Walkera Vitus 320 vs. DJI Mavic – Which Is Your Winner?
The Walkera Vitus 320 seems to stay true to Chinese-based companies’ marketing strategies, and it’s up to you to decide if that’s a good thing or not. Each os us has owned, at one point or another, a Chinese ‘knock-off’, whether it was shoes, jeans, or a gadget.
I guess it’s safe to say that the Vitus 320 is more than similar to the DJI Mavic flying machine.
Walkera Vitus 320 Features and Specifications
The Vitus shows off a folding design, with the quadcopter featuring foldable blades, a 4K, gimbal-stabilized camera, dual GPS flight stabilization and a miniature controller with arms that fold out to hold your phone as a screen. Compact, fun and familiar enough to get you interested.
There is also an obstacle detection functionality to talk about, actually slightly better than the Mavic’s, automated flights, and the augmented reality game that will make some of you remember the 1990s.
Through infrared TOF technology and 3 high-precision sensors, the smart obstacle avoidance system of the aircraft is able to detect obstacles 5 meters away in 3 directions, which seems a bit tight for something designed to imitate a DJI drone.
The mini-sized 3-axis gimbal was designed to effectively prevent images from shaking during flight and promises smooth and steady results, while the DEVO-F8S remote controller is mini size, comfortable, with an antenna plus a mobile phone holder.
The Vitus 320 is set to deliver about 25 minutes worth of flight times, and considering the price tag, things are looking up.