Dji Mavic Pro Steady Grip Handle “Mavicam”

Finally a steady grip handle for the Mavic pro from Aero3D

Since Mavic’s launching, I’ve always thought that Mavic as well as being an excellent portable machine for aerial image recording could also be an excellent video system with stabilization.

I’ve been with Mavic with me since January and many times I felt the need to just film without having to fly. But without having a handle to properly grab the drone, sometimes the result was not the most wanted.

Here’s some thoughts

The handle is very strong and easy to set up.

It’s ready to place the phone / tablet stand of the Phantom 3 and Phantom 4 series.

Comfortable grip, but for anyone who has a very large hand it could be a problem.

You can buy it here: Aero3D

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Dji Mavic Pro

The DJI Mavic Pro is one of the most hyped products on the market just now, with many of the groups, blogs, and enthusiasts talking about how much they’d like one. It seems that DJI have really hit a sweet spot with the Mavic Pro, as many DJI haters and racing drone fanatics are even tempted to buy one, as well as new entrants to the hobby.

Specifications

Here’s the headline specs that most people will care about, however there’s a comprehensive list available on the DJI website.

  • Max speed: 40 mph ( 65 kph )
  • Max height: 16,404 ft ( 5000 m ) above sea level
  • Max distance: 8 miles ( 13 km )
  • Max flight time: 27 mins ( no wind at 15 mph)
  • Battery capacity: 3830 mAh
  • Video resolution: 4K @ 30 fps
  • Camera resolution: 12 MP

Compactness

One of the most attractive features to me is the Mavic’s ability to fold up, and become very compact. I wanted something that could easily travel around with me wherever I go, and would be quick to get in the air. After unboxing the Mavic, I could see that it actually almost fits in the palm of my hand (and I don’t have big monster hands).

The “fly more package”, which is what I bought, comes with 2 x Batteries, Charging Hub, Car Charger, 2 x Folding Props and a Shoulder Bag. The shoulder bag is about the size of a DSLR camera bag, and whilst a little bit of a squeeze I can get everything I need to fly in it, including the spare batteries, props and controller, as well as the Mavic.