DJI Mavic Air Review

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    DJI has been a dominant name in the consumer drone market for years now, but they became especially popular when they released the Mavic Pro drone back in 2016. They are back with a new lightweight version; the Mavic Air, and Engadget have been putting it through its paces:

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    Read the full review here.
     
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    I was looking at these the other day. Very tempting. But a little rich for my wallet at the moment.
    Especially as I would prefer to buy some accessories as well like a carry case etc
     
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    Yeah I know what you mean! This technology seems to be progressing quite fast, so no doubt the price will come down in not too long. However, by the time the price comes down will people still be allowed to use drones...? I wouldn't be surprised if use of them is more controlled in the future!
     
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    Ive not really touched the one I have tbh. Not had time or weather been crap.

    I really like the look of this though. But 700+ nicker is a Holiday abroad almost which, I would much prefer to have
     
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