Welcome Mavic Pilot!
Jump in and join our free DJI Mavic community today!
Sign up

DJI reps say they are sold out of Mavic Pros

Joined
Jan 14, 2017
Messages
15
Likes
12
Age
71
#1
Attending EAA AirVenture this week and stopped by the DJI booth. They had tons of Mavic Airs on display. I saw only one Phantom and a couple Inspires. There were no Mavic Pros nor Mavic Pro Platinums nor was there a single brochure for them so I asked one of the reps if she had any. She said they are totally sold out and said they didn’t have any brochures or literature. I said it’s probably a good move ahead of the Mavic II release. She just smiled.
 
Joined
Jan 14, 2017
Messages
15
Likes
12
Age
71
#3
Ya I know but I’ve been in their shoes when our company was getting ready to introduce a new product so I didn’t press a lot. Most likely, local reps don’t have many details about product launches more than a couple days before they occur.
 

GavieboyDji

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 8, 2018
Messages
264
Likes
91
Age
35
#5
you'd think they'd try selling as much stock as possible and i cant see them stop selling the mpp its still a fantasic drone
 
Likes: dewster

GavieboyDji

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 8, 2018
Messages
264
Likes
91
Age
35
#7
I think the MP and MPP will still be strong contenders after people see the price tags on the Mavic 2 models.
Yeah I think the zoom will be£899 British pounds and the pro 2 will be £1100

And then you'll get the fly more combos at the

Zoom at £1000

And The

Mp2 fly more will be £1300
 
Last edited:

GavieboyDji

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 8, 2018
Messages
264
Likes
91
Age
35
#8
Ive already been saving for about 3 months just about there for the fly more when it comes out
But I'm gonna wait till the first bugs are sorted I've already got the mp and spark so I don't need to rush really.
 
Likes: Garuda
Joined
Jul 27, 2017
Messages
21
Likes
9
Age
26
#12
I was at EAA AirVenture and when I went through the drone building, I don’t recal those people being DJI reps, but just a company that sells DJI products.
 

gnirtS

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 29, 2017
Messages
2,213
Likes
1,413
Age
39
#13
Yeah I think the zoom will be£899 British pounds and the pro 2 will be £1100

And then you'll get the fly more combos at the

Zoom at £1000

And The

Mp2 fly more will be £1300
Cant see that when the original MP was £1100 initially and the fly more £1350 or so.

They're not going to release an upgrade for less than the initial version

I think £1100 for zoom and £1500 for the 1" sensor version. (which in the US will be $1100 and $1500 so substantially cheaper for them)
 

Donnie Frank

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 21, 2017
Messages
160
Likes
120
Age
55
Location
Albuquerque, N.M.
Website
www.highflightmedia.com
#15
Attending EAA AirVenture this week and stopped by the DJI booth. They had tons of Mavic Airs on display. I saw only one Phantom and a couple Inspires. There were no Mavic Pros nor Mavic Pro Platinums nor was there a single brochure for them so I asked one of the reps if she had any. She said they are totally sold out and said they didn’t have any brochures or literature. I said it’s probably a good move ahead of the Mavic II release. She just smiled.
I believe this is a testimonial as to what a great platform the Mavic Pro is. I wouldn't use it for feature film, but it works great for pedestrian photography like real estate or inspections. And in a pinch, it even does a decent job of mapping (though I prefer the 20MP photos of the P4P).

D