DJI makes some amazing drones. The Mavic Air is no exception. Its extreme portability, its dashing good looks. BUT what is the point of all that if it doesnt fly well? Thats what we are here to find out. And my first adventure with the DJI Mavic Air did not go so well. Everything was updated, Beginner mode turned off, Flight limits set to maximum…. and nothing. It would not fly farther than 160 feet. (60 meters) Not good.
Luckily… I tested the drone out a few days later… and everything started working again. You’ll have to see the video.
Hopefully this helped one of you. Here is the current pricing on the Mavic Air: http://amzn.to/2CjP9YM
Ill keep playing around with the Mavic Air, But in the meantime check out Dan’s channel where we destroyed a car! https://youtu.be/MTafF2X32Js (And of course he used the footage from our flight around the windmills.)
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