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What Is The Best DJI For You?
Wellbots is a pretty popular place to purchase DJI products. Although all of the excitement is currently around the DJI Mavic, there are so many interesting DJI products that could be the perfect fit for you! This article will take you through a side by side comparison of 3 vastly different DJI Drones from the high price point, huge drone: DJI Inspire 1 Pro to the more affordable and portable: DJI Mavic Pro.
Each has its own distinguishing quality that make it unique. Here, Casey Neistat does a good job in describing the differences in the three.
The DJI Mavic has a cheaper price point, and it is also extremely portable(almost the size of your hand).
However, in comparison to its sister models, the quality of the picture is softer and less realistic than the higher end models. The DJI Mavic has a comparable video and image quality to a luxury smartphone.
The Phantom 4 Pro is in the middle in terms of price, portability, and quality. On a quality scale, it is better photo quality than the Mavic, but you have to carry around in a backpack to keep it safe.
The Inspire, however, gives you a lot of control in the quality of your video, but it is definitely not something that you can always have on you.
So which one should I buy? If you are interested in drones and getting awesome drone footage, you can’t go wrong with any of these options. The use you have for your drone highly influences the type of drone you should buy.
If you want a drone that you can always carry around for family vacations and travel, your best bet is to tryout the DJI Mavic. It’s a great tool for someone that is always on the go.
If you are looking for a little more quality in your drone footage, and you are willing to dedicate your backpack to the drone, you should look into buying the Phantom 4. This is great for short films that need that extra quality.
The Inspire 1 Pro is for movie makers that have dedicated shooting schedules and large budgets. This drone will need a lot more preparation to travel with, so if you are looking to spend more time in making your movie, go with the Inspire 1.
Check out some of our the other drones we have in our catalog.
Inspired by https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsycuxfou6Q