DJI Mavic Pro Review

On Sept 28, 2016 DJI, the world leader in unmanned aerial technology release the DJI Mavic Pro. The most portable personal drone ever. The Mavic Pro is about the size of an iPhone 7 Plus. Due to it’s clever design that allows the wings to fold up into the body of the Mavic. The top two legs fold out and the bottom two legs fold up. The propellers are split and will move perfectly into place when the Mavic fires the rotors up.

The whole unit weighs just over one and half pounds with the battery and propellers installed and with the remote control I can fit both of them in an extremely small leather carrying pouch about the size of a toiletry bag.

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Review: Nanuk 945 Phantom 4 Case

A few weeks ago, I reached out to Nanuk who makes professional protective cases about getting my hands on the Nanuk 945 case they would be releasing soon for the DJI Phantom 4. The Phantom 4 does come with a foam case, but it’s not strong enough to be shipped or checked when traveling.

I have over a dozen Pelican Cases for all of my gear, but they are very heavy and a painΒ to lug around airports. Nanuk has fixed that issue with that innovative and lightweight design made for so many different types of cameras and audio equipment.

Each case is lightweight, rugged and waterproof, all cases are IP67 rated, which means they can withstand ANYTHING!

The best part about this case is you don’t have to take the propeller blades off you Phantom to put it in the case, it has foam holders to keep them in place when traveling.

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iPhone 5: Olloclip Review

I have been an iPhone owner since June 2007 when I waited in line at the AT&T store to get the original iPhone for $700. Ever since then, every model of camera has improved dramatically. Now the iPhone 5 has one of the best cameras I have seen on a mobile phone. The quality and the colors are fantastic! I don’t even have to own point and shoot camera!

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