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DJI Mavic Pro VS Yuneec Typhoon H Plus

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DJI Mavic Pro

November 2016

Release Date

The DJI Mavic Pro is a compact, folding drone that was a pioneer for portability. This quadcopter folds down to fit easily in a backpack, or large pocket, while opening up to take 4K video to over 40mph in the sky. The 3-axis stabilized gimbal offers very smooth footage and OcuSync enables long range and HD live video streaming. The Phantom line of drones may have established DJI as a leader in the consumer drone market, but the Mavic Pro made high-quality aerial photography fun and highly accessible.

 

The DJI Mavic Pro is available in several packages, but mainly you can get the drone alone or bump up to the Fly More combo, which includes extra batteries, a carrying case and more.

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Yuneec Typhoon H Plus

July 2018

Release Date

The hexacopter design of Yuneec's Typhoon line of drones has been quite popular, if not successful. The design has become an icon in the industry and the safety of having extra propellers has been well accepted in the commercial market. The Yuneec Typhoon H Plus is a second generation model of their consumer focus. The Typhoon H Plus lands somewhere in between the DJI Phantom and DJI Inspire line of drones in terms of specs and price. Packing a 20MP 4K camera on a 3-axis gimbal, folding design and market average flight times and speeds, the Intel RealSense obstacle avoidance sensor may a leading reason to consider this drone over others.

You'll be able able to check out the Yuneec Typhoon H Plus for about $1899 from a few retailers.

Specifications

9.0 DRONERUSH SCORE
FLIGHT TIME 27 Minutes
CAMERA 4K 30 FPS
SPEED 40 MPH (65 KPH)
RANGE 4.3 MILES
9.2

User SCORE

9.4 DRONERUSH SCORE
FLIGHT TIME 28 Minutes
CAMERA 4K 30 FPS
SPEED 30 MPH
RANGE 1 MILE
8.7

User SCORE

The Yuneec Typhoon H Plus is a fairly large drone, it’s hexacopter design makes and size make for a very safe and stable flight, allowing for a sizable camera to hang below. The DJI Mavic Pro, on the other hand, is a small machine that gets even smaller when folded down, and has a high-quality, but still quite small camera. Aside from flight features, from waypoint flights to image capture, there is little to compare here.

The newer Typhoon H Plus packs a superior camera, but the Mavic Pro is hard to beat for portability. Your needs will help you choose between these machines.

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