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Will you keep your Pro when you get your Pro 2?

PeteS2017

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The news is in: the UK's Argos catalogue proves that the Mavic Pro is on its way.

So will you keep your Pro when you've bought the Pro 2, or sell it?
 

Marty Markoe

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The news is in: the UK's Argos catalogue proves that the Mavic Pro is on its way.

So will you keep your Pro when you've bought the Pro 2, or sell it?
Will give Mavic Pro to granddaughter. I want the high res Hasselblad camera for photography.
 

JoostGT3

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Depending on the prices and the features.
What I really want:
1. Improved camera
2. Improved gimbal
3. Range at least the same
4. Battery time at least the same
5. No price increase w.r.t. Mavic Pro, or a minimal price increase.

If they offer me this, I will replace the pro with the Mavic 2 zoom.
My guess is they will increase the pricepoint of the zoom slightly w.r.t. the Mavic Pro (original), and that the Mavic 2 Pro will be quite a bit more expensive than the 2 Zoom.
 

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I will just wait and see when early adopters confirm it's stable and then replace my MPP. No point having two very similar devices.

But I might get an Air2 instead/as well if they fixed it. I returned mine, too noisy and poor WiFi.
 

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I'm definitely planning on getting the Mavic 2 Pro. I don't know if I'm going to get the Zoom though (not sure I'll need zoom for anything).

Will I keep my Mavic Pro? Sure. I probably won't fly it as often though.
 
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It will be a while before I can justify myself buying another DJI drone, I might try the Anafi for it's HDR capability, but I think I need to update my physical camera first, especially if I want to make the leap from 1080 to 4K in filming.
 

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Well the v2 wont be a physical product that anyone can actually buy for many more months so its a bit premature.
I'll sell my pro though. If the 2 has a camera good enough to make it worth upgrading i see no point in me keeping the then inferior v1.
If the 2 DOESNT have a much better camera i'll keep the original mavic and not bother with a 2.
 
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It'll be a while before I buy another drone, and it most likely won't be a DJI craft. The NFZ restrictions are a real turn-off for me. Granted, the rest of the tech is usually far ahead of the competition.
thats why i got the evo,no nfz and when the 1 inch sensor comes out ill likely go that route again
it reeks wasting fly time on nfz crap
 

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No rush. The Mavic Pro is still very capable for flying and for images.

My only close shaves have been reversing into foliage, so extra obstacle avoidance would be a plus for me.
 
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