Looking to pull the trigger on an Air 2S but I was hoping that DJI fixed the props in the shot issue. I can’t find anything online about it being fixed yet with an update. Anyone have any info on this? Just curious.
I have quite a bit of DJI equipment and Mavic 2 zoom parts for sale. No longer have the drone. Everything listed is in like new condition. Prefer to sell all at once for $650. Value of all is well over $1500.
Prices listed individually total $720.
I'll throw in a range extender and Mavic...
Hey all, a few months ago I crashed my drone into a tree branch (fairly light crash, just got stuck then used a pool scooper to pull it down). The props got a bit cracked up so I have been replacing them now that lockdown is easing and want to fly again - but I can only get 3 props on. The...
FOR SALE Highly Optioned DJI Matrice 210 V2 with Zenmuse Camera
8 Drone Batteries, 4 sets of props, Controller with large screen and cell phone adapter cradle, drone and controller chargers, manuals, case and more.
The Zenmuse Camera is capable of thermal and visible light images so its ideal...
Hello Mavic Pilots!
Maybe was already posted somewhere, but can you somebody post purchase links for the original mavic mini props? i prefer ebay or europeam amazon sites.
I see a lot third party ones but not the original ones...
It seems that some of the errors (low power, not enough power...
I recently noticed this message at an Emirates counter (not the check-in counter but the pre-boarding one). I asked the person what the issue is with drones. The reply was that the drones have (prop) blades and so are a security issue. Needless to say I didn't own up that I have a drone nor...
I'm good at asking stupid questions, so here's one:
I'll be flying to Mexico and I've watched a few videos on how to take drones on airline flights. One video said to put the props in checked baggage because they could be considered a cutting/slashing tool. Is this true or is it safe to keep...
The Mavic Pro platinum uses 8.3X3.1 propellers the Mavic 2 uses 8.7X4.3 props
The Mavic Pro uses a 3S battery Compared to 4S used by the Mavic 2
With that in mind has anyone tried the Mavic 2 props on the Mavic Pro?
The bigger props will probably use more current but also spin slower since...
Tried out these LED Props for the Mavic PRO. Was pretty impressed with the effect. Would be great for events, impress your friends etc. Defo for occasional use though, saw a little bit of drift when turning.
Something to "brighten" up your flying though
Just about when I was getting a 2 set of low noise props from DJI website, I noticed the shipping to my country (Portugal) was more expensive than the blades themselves (20€ for the blades + 28€ shipping).
I then searched for alternatives and found these Original Props:
Original DJI Mavic...
It will definitely make the Mavic Pro quieter.
Looks like its a combination of motors and props to achieve the "60%" drop in noise.
Would like to see an battery test with the 8331 props on the Mavic Pro to test efficiency.
*not my vid* but enjoy.
Does anyone know if the New Platinum's Quiet Props can be used on the standard Pro to reduce the noise even a little? I understand there are motor differences as well that contribute to the muting, but if the props can be swapped to muffle the Pro even a little, that would be nice.
I think the million dollar question is:
When I put the newly-designed Mavic Platinum props on my standard Mavic, am I going to hear a significant noise reduction?
Anyone have the new props yet and tried this?
Please post here when you do, I'd love to know.
Recently someone asked me how long they should fly a set of props before retiring them and it got me thinking. Finding no good info anywhere I thought it would make a good subject for a video. So here it is..
I used to balance and change out props on my P2 fairly regularly. I have flown 49 total miles on my Mavic's original props, and they still seem to be solid. I keep them clean and inspect them for damage, as well as checking their friction at the hub to see if they're loosening up. So far, no...