The market leading foldable drone from DJI - the Mavic will let you fly anytime, anywhere. Access a large suite of DJI smart features and an impressive camera, all built into an easily transportable quadcopter. There's also the option to upgrade with the Fly More Combo which comes with a range of extra peripherals. The Mavic Pro is available with UK support from Heliguy.
The Mavic is the most portable and versatile quadcopter that DJI have ever created. The Mavic can be easily stored and transported, even in your back pocket! The 4K camera and 3 axis gimbal give you great footage and stills and the 27 minute flight time means you'll always have a chance to capture the perfect moment. You can even fly the Mavic just using your mobile phone, without the need for a remote, by using virtual joysticks in the DJI GO app, or by using the revolutionary gesture control. This bundle of technology comes at an incredible price. You can buy the Mavic Pro with remote for just £1,099, or order a combo package which includes spare batteries, shoulder bag and other extras for just £1,359.
The Mavic is also compatible with the recently released DJI Goggles for FPV.
We now have both the standalone quadcopter and the Fly More combo in stock in the UK and ready to send. You'll get free UK delivery and UK support.
Getting the DJI Mavic drone through Heliguy means that the whole process is managed from beginning to end. We are the oldest and most experienced DJI retailer in the UK and have a great deal of experience in managing the order and import process, especially with a new product launch.
We now also stock a wide range of Mavic Pro accessories. Whether you need spare batteries, filters, remote controllers, chargers or any other spare part, we can help! Use the filters on the left of the page to find exactly what you need more easily.
This quadcopter and all accessories are available on 0% finance. For more information on our finance system, click here.
Watch the video below for some example Mavic footage and some action shots of the quadcopter in flight.
The new Battery provides up to 27 minutes of flight time. This means the DJI Mavic will stay in the air for longer, giving you the opportunity to capture more footage and stills.
They're also extremely compact and lightweight, allowing you to increase the length of your filming sessions considerably without being weighed down with extra gear.
The Mavic battery also has built-in sensors and LEDs that feedback real-time information to your remote control and mobile device to ensure you always know how your drone is performing and how much flight time remains.
The batteries can be charged with the car charger or charging hub.
When you're flying your Mavic you're probably going to come across a few obstacles now and then - as all quadcopter pilots do.
But luckily the Mavic Pro features advanced obstacle avoidance technology that will help the drone avoid anything blocking its path.
This new technology is called 'SkyAutonomy' and can sense obstacles at a distance of up to 15m (49ft).
The drone will then use its various flying capabilities to slow rapidly or hover to prevent any damage.
The Mavic quadcopter features a true 4K camera. There is no digital stabilisation, meaning that there are no lost pixels.
You can shoot in 4K resolution at 30fps, or 1080p resolution at up to 96fps.
Stills are shot at a maximum of 4000x3000 and burst shooting is available too at 3, 5 or 7 shot intervals.
The portability of the Mavic once again comes into play here, as you'll be able to shoot how you want when you want, wherever you want.
Another new DJI technology featured on the Mavic is the OcuSync transmission system.
This unique technology surpasses WiFi as a transmission protocol, both in terms of quality, speed and range.
With the Mavic Pro's controller, you will be able to fly the drone at a range of 4.3 miles or 7 kilometres.
This includes a 1080p or 720p live feed so that you can always frame the shot you need while your quadcopter is in the air.
TapyFly mode on the Mavic drone makes it really simple for beginners to fly their craft.
It's as simple as tapping the DJI GO app to launch the quadcopter and selecting where you want the craft to go on the screen.
This opens up the use of the DJI Mavic Pro to even novice pilots.
You can also independently control the camera while flying, choosing how to frame and focus your video footage or photograph.
The Mavic can reach a top speed of 40mph in sports mode.
This will cater to users hoping to race their quadcopter.
The Mavic will remain stable, even when you're filming at high speed, thanks to its 3-axis gimbal.
The DJI Mavic has gone big on redundancy, giving you two of every major sensor.
This means if something on the quadcopter fails, there is always a backup to ensure that the aircraft can return to home.
The Mavic also supports DJI's ActiveTrack technology. This allows you to follow your subject with the camera with total ease.
Create amazing tracking shots in profile, spotlight or trace.
Will the Mavic work with my iPad?
The DJI GO app on the iPad will indeed work with the Mavic - however, you may need to purchase an alternative device holder as the Mavic's remote control is not big enough to hold an iPad.
How much does the drone weigh?
With the gimbal cover attached, the Mavic weighs 743g or 1.64lbs. This is reduced to 734g or 1.62lb if the gimbal cover is removed.
Can the remote control be used to control the camera as oppose to a mobile device?
Yes - the Mavic's camera is fully controllable via the remote control, in addition to the mobile device you use.
What is the range on the remote control?
Thanks to new OcuSync technology, the DJI Mavic Pro has a range of up to 4.3 miles.
Can I change the aperture on the camera?
No, this quadcopter has a fixed aperture camera, although ND filters will likely become available in the near future.
Does the camera have manual focus?
Yes - the camera on the DJI Mavic Pro has both manual and auto focus modes.
With the DJI Mavic being so light - can it be flown in the wind?
This quadcopter is designed to be used anywhere, anytime and therefore can be flown in windy conditions. However, it may affect performance and the safety of your flight so always be aware of your surroundings before launching the drone.
What is the range when using just WiFi as a transmission system?
According to a DJI employee - "In Wi-Fi mode, the range is; max altitude: 50m and distance: 80m."
Does the Mavic Controller have HDMI output?
No, there is no HDMI port on the Mavic Pro controller. However, DJI may choose to release an HDMI output module at a later date.
How much does the quadcopter cost?
The current price for a Mavic Pro with a remote controller is £1099.
How do I update the firmware on my DJI Mavic?
Heliguy has produced a step by step tutorial here - https://www.heliguy.com/blog/upgrade-mavic-pro-firmware/
How do I link my Mavic Remote controller and Mavic Aircraft?
Please use this useful tutorial to link your Mavic RC and aircraft - https://www.heliguy.com/blog/link-dji-mavic-pro-remote-controller-with-aircraft/
Can I use my Mavic Pro without my remote controller?
Yes, it's one of the Mavic's best features! Simply use your Android or iOS device to control the Mavic Pro instead of the bundled remote controller. You'll have virtual joysticks within the DJI GO app.
How do I recalibrate the IMUs?
We have a step by step tutorial to show you exactly how to calibrate the IMUs on your Mavic Pro - https://www.heliguy.com/blog/mavic-pro-imu-calibration-tutorial/
Do I need to buy any extra cables to fly the drone?
No. The Mavic includes both a Micro USB RC cable and a Lightning RC cable.
Can I transport my Mavic with Propellers still attached?
Yes - simply fold the Mavic as normal, there's no need to remove the props while in transit.
What sizes of mobile device will fit on the Remote Control?
The device holder on the remote control will accept devices between 6.5 and 8.5mm thick and up to 160mm long. Always remember to remove your phone case if your device won't fit first time.
What resolution is the OcuSync downlink?
Video can be streamed back to your mobile device at 1080p or 720p depending on how you're operating the drone.
Is the Mavic Pro suitable for commercial use?
The Mavic can produce some fantastic imagery, and provided you have the relevant CAA PfCO permissions here in the UK, you'll be able to fly the Mavic professionally. However, for those looking to use their drone as a business asset, we suggest the more powerful Inspire 2 range.
Is the Mavic a suitable first drone?
Definitely. In fact, we'd suggest it's probably one of the most user-friendly DJI drone on the market, letting you fly in a range of situations. The 'Beginner' mode within the DJI GO app will also help you understand the basics controls and make you more confident prior to exploring other flight modes. If you're new to drones or quadcopters in general, we suggest reading our Beginners Guide to Quadcopters before making your purchase.
Mavic Quadcopter Specs
Weight(without gimbal cover)
1.62 lbs (734 g)
Weight(including gimbal cover)
1.64 lbs (743 g)
Max Ascent Speed
9.8 ft/s (5 m/s) in Sport Mode
Max Descent Speed
9.8 ft/s (3 m/s)
40 mph (65 km/h) in Sport Mode without wind
Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level
16404 feet (5000 m)
Max Fight Time
27 minutes (0 wind at a consistent 15.5 mph (25 kph))
32°to 104°F (0℃ to 40℃)
Satellite Positioning Systems
Pitch: -90°to +30°: Roll: 0°or 90° (Horizontally and vertically)
Forward Vision System
Precision measurement range: 2 ft(0.7m) to 49 ft(15 m);
Detectable range: 49 ft(15m) to 98 ft(30 m)
Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting(> 15 lux)
Downward Vision System
≤ 22.4 mph (36 km/h) at 6.6 ft(2 m) above ground
Max Altitude Range
1 – 43 feet (0.3 m - 13 m)
1 – 43 feet (0.3 m - 13 m)
Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting(> 15 lux)
DJI Mavic Camera Specs
1/2.3” CMOS; Effective pixels: 12.35 megapixels(Total pixels:12.71M)
78°FOV, 28 mm（35 mm format equivalent） f/2.2 Distortion <1.5% Focus from 0.5 to ∞
100 – 3200 (video), 100 – 1600 (photo)
Electronic Shutter Speed
8 - 1/8000s
Max Image Size
Still Photography Modes
Burst shooting: 3/5/7 frames
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3/5 bracketed frames at 0.7EV Bias
Video Recording Modes
C4K: 4096×2160 24p
4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p
2.7K: 2704×1520 24/25/30p
Max Video Bitrate
Supported File Systems
FAT32（≤ 32 GB）；exFAT（> 32 GB）
Supported SD Cards
Micro SD; Max capacity: 64GB Class 10 or UHS-1 rating required.
0 - 40℃
2.4 to 2.483 GHz
Max Transmission Distance
FCC Compliant: 4.3 mi (7 km); CE Compliant: 2.5 mi (4 km)
Unobstructed and free of interference.
32° to 104° (0℃ to 40℃)
Transmitter Power (avg. EIRP)
950 mA @3.7 V
Supported Mobile Device Size
Max length: 160mm
Supported USB port types: Lightning, Micro USB(Type-B),USB(Type-C)™
Approx. 0.5 lbs (240 g)
41° to 104°F (5℃ to 40℃)
Max Charging Power
The Mavic Fly More combo features all the items found in the standard package, plus:
Can the Mavic Pro shoot in D-LOG?
Yes, the camera on the Mavic does support shooting in D-log.
Does the DJI Mavic offer manual focus?
Yes, simply access the settings in the DJI GO app and toggle the "Enable MF" slider to the on position. You'll now have access to manual focus within the app while flying your drone.