The DJI Mavic Air is a collapsible quadcopter designed with a 3-axis gimbal-steady 12-MP camera with an 85-deg field of view lens. It can record video in 4K, including new HDR programs that instantly retrieves the right exposure configurations based on lighting situations. Best of all, there are automatic shooting settings for 4 types of spectacular graphics: horizontally, vertically, 180-degrees, and a 32-megapixel sphere that’s put together from 25 photos. Every capture is kept on the built-in 8GB storage, even though there is also a microSD port for even better space for storing.
Seven cameras situated on the front, bottom, and rear points of the drone, together with infrared detectors and dual IMUs, let it assemble a 3D map of its surroundings right away, helping provide the drone its wide-ranging autonomous flight features. Anyhow, this thing can stay away from obstacles even though you purposely drive it towards one. Moreover, it offers several redundant systems to make sure it can keep working even if certain parts glitch mid-flight.