According to drone news publisher DroningOn, a Facebook user by the name of Isa Turan contacted DJI via the social media platform to ask whether the leak was legitimate or a photoshop gimmick and was told the catalog was printed before the "See the Bigger Picture" event was postponed.
We'd expect 4K video, but interestingly the drone looks like it will also transmit live 1080p video at a distance up to 8km. The Pro, however, will feature a 1-inch CMOS sensor, which is a massive upgrade to the one found in the original Mavic. The existing Mavic Pro drone is priced around $1,100, but it's anyone's guess if these two new models will be sold alongside it or replace it. DJI was originally supposed to hold a launch event earlier this month, but it was abruptly delayed with no update since then. As far as standard features across the two go, you'll get a bump in fly time that extends to 31-minutes, a five-mile range of flight and a host of new collision detecting sensors that beam out from all directions of the drone (a feature DJ introduced with the Mavic Air). That's what the print industry risks every day, and an error like printing an ad way out of schedule can lead to a Mavic mishap... just ask drone- and gimbal-maker DJI. It will turn the sky into your creative canvas.
The latest edition of Argos catalogue has accidentally "leaked" details of an anticipated new drone from DJI.
Now thanks to a render obtained by the folks at Photo Rumors, we have a better idea of what the upcoming drone could look like. Omnidirectional obstacle sensing with APAS and Active Track 2.0 give you the confidence to take to the sky and capture your moment.
It also details a "zoom" version, which is equipped with an optical zoom lens. While there's no mention of recording capabilities we can not imagine anything less than 4K.