DJI officially delays Mavic Pro drone shipments

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    DJI has issued an official apology to its customers, acknowledging that “ramping up production to full speed at top quality took longer than planned.” DJI says that the delay mainly stems from an issue related to integrating a specific part into the mass production process, delaying the Drone’s shipment to customers by a number of weeks. The company also says that demand for the drone has been higher than expected, which has made it difficult for the company to get the production process back on track.

    see here Mavic Pro Shipping Update, Nov. 3, 2016

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