After long time Parrot came up with this Consumer-oriented drone called Anafi, a folding drone that takes some shots at DJI’s Mavic Air. It’s not just the portability the Anafi sports a 21-megapixel camera that promises 4K HDR video, including 2.8X lossless zoom.

Parrot Anafi Specifications:

The Anafi features a Sony IMX230 sensor, Ambarella video processor, producing 4K HDR video, 21-megapixel camera on a 180-degree tilt gimbal. It records in 4K HDR at 30 fps or 1080p HDR at 60 fps. Within the company’s new app FreeFlight 6, photographers can choose between taking a 21- or 12-megapixel photo and can also adjust their video modes. The Anafi supports hyper-lapse, which will speed up the footage 240 times; slo-mo; and a high frame rate where users can choose to film up to 60 fps.

Anafi Drone Battery:

The drone is expected to last for 25 minutes on a single charge, although the battery can be swapped out. An extra battery costs about $99. The battery charges over USB-C and is compatible with fast charging. Still, it’ll take an hour and a half to reach full capacity.

All the controls and features are accessed through the drone’s new app: FreeFlight 6.

And since it’s 2018 following the trend, they got a new smartphone-based drone control app and an included physical controller with AI-based visual tracking, drone selfies, slow motion, hyperlapse, automatic landscape Cinematic videos.

Parrot Anafi Price:

The only thing which parrot hits at DJI is with its pricing. Anafi is set to be publicly available on July 1st for $699. That’s $ 100 lesser than DJI Mavic Air.

Parrot Anafi Cons:

Parrot Anafi only uses two-axis mechanical stabilization (software and a wide lens handle the third axis stabilization).
The most difference between the two drones is that the DJI Air Sports most important obstacle avoidance feature while the Parrot Anafi does not.

All these days DJI is ruling drone market, though many companies claimed to hit hard but failed to do so. Parrot’s Anafi look’s promising We hope it will be available in India for sale.

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Microsoft is making other manufacturers work easy by providing them Software, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Services Support.

At Microsoft Build 2018 developer’s conference, Microsoft and Chinese drone manufacturer DJI announced a new partnership that aims to bring more of Microsoft’s machine learning technology to commercial drones which will disrupt the Industry. Microsoft’s current focus is making other manufacturers to use their Latest intelligence technology, so this might be a logical partnership although drones are essentially semi-autonomous  computing devices with features like ActiveTrack, TapFly, Obstacle Avoidance, Vision positioning etc.

DJI and Microsoft also plan to offer new commercial drone solutions using Microsoft’s Azure IoT Edge and related AI technologies for agriculture, Public safety and construction industries. Microsoft and DJI are already working together on Microsoft’s FarmBeats solution, an IOT and AI platform for farmers. DJI will make sure that Azure will be preferred cloud computing partner to analyze video data etc to Improve there products.


DJI president, Roger Luo said today during the announcement,

“We DJI the famous drone maker excited to bring the power of aerial platforms to the Microsoft developer ecosystem, Using our new SDK, Windows developers will soon be able to employ drones, AI and machine learning technologies to create intelligent flying robots that will save businesses time and money.”

DJI is about to launch a software development kit (SDK) for Windows that will allow Windows developers to build native apps to control DJI drones as a part of this partnership. Using the SDK, developers can also integrate third-party tools for managing payloads or accessing sensors and robotics components on their drones.

Microsoft Vision Build Developer 2018 Conference

“For Microsoft, the partnership is an example of the important role IP plays in ensuring a healthy and vibrant technology ecosystem and builds upon existing partnerships in emerging sectors such as connected cars and personal wearables this partnership gives DJI access to its Azure IP Advantage program,

For additional information, please contact:

Michael Oldenburg, DJI Senior Communication Manager, North America – michael.oldenburg@dji.com

Chelsea Pohl, Microsoft Commercial Communications Manager – chelp@microsoft.com

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So, DJI has been Teasing us with there new Line up of drones releasing this Year in 2018. And Here comes Mavic Air successor of Mavic Pro which created the storm in drone Industry making DJI King In drone market. Mavic Air costs around 799 $ confirmed.

DJI Mavic Air- Released Looks Crazy Small Better Than Mavic Pro for 799$


The Mavic Air is tiny, half the size of a Mavic Pro, and about half the weight at just 15 ounces. When folded up, it’s about the size of a paperback novel. At a press event in New York on Tuesday, DJI executive Michael Perry announced the Mavic Air by pulling it out of the pocket of his puffy Patagonia vest.

So let’s Get into the Specifications that Matter :

The DJI Mavic Air is loaded with crazy Technical stuff. The drone’s built-in camera shoots 4K video and 12-megapixel stills, and it can take 32-megapixel panoramas of your local park. That camera is mounted on a newly designed, three-axis stabilizing gimbal. Flight time is quoted at 21 minutes—impressive and it hides antennas in the landing gear, giving the drone a flight range of 2.4 miles. The speed tops at 42 miles per hour, faster than the Mavic Pro, and 11 mph faster than the DJI Spark.

The Air has all of the automated flight modes including several which only require the pilot to tap a button on the controller. Taking advantage of the new camera, there are some new image-capture tricks that let you take spherical panoramas and a couple of new flavors of epic zoom-in shots for when you want to show off whatever impressive natural setting you’re standing in. It has gesture controls just like other DJI drones, so you can Insist on it to take off and follow you around by moving your hands.


The Mavic Air’s obstacle-avoidance tech Seems to meet the expectations, with sensors on the front, back, and sides that keep the Mavic Air from crashing into walls, parked cars, power lines, and the pilot (you). Some new software DJI developed for this drone uses the onboard cameras to scan the area in front of the Mavic Air, then plans a flight path before it even approaches any obstacles.

So Do you think DJI Mavic Pro is Correctly Priced Comment Below, Hope DJI Starts selling their drones in India Soon.


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What makes the DJI Mavic Pro so easy to fly


Precision Hovering

Allows The Mavic pro to locate itself in the sky more accurately than ever, making it even easier to fly

As it hovers in the air Mavic pro communicates with the GPS(global positioning system) and GLONASS(global navigation system satellite networks).combining GPS and GLONASS Mavic pro connects up to 20 satellites in space that help the drones maintain a precise position.However, there are times when flying indoors are beneath objects that the Mavic pro cannot connect to the satellites.


The Mavic pro is equipped with an optical flow system consisting of cameras and dual ultrasonic sensors, The ultrasonic sensors use sound waves to provide altitude information by, measuring the distance between the aircraft and the surface below. Working together with the optical flow system are the Mavic pros dual forward vision sensors. These additional sensors allow the Mavic pro to see obstacles in 3D, Increasing position accuracy to 2-3x that of an optical system alone.

DJI – Did You Know – Precision Hovering

What makes the DJI Mavic Pro so easy to fly? Watch and learn about Precision Hovering, the system that allows the Mavic to locate itself in the sky more accurately than ever. #DidYouKnow

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The cameras simultaneously calculate the positioning information by capturing the information below the air craft .

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