The DJI Matrice 210 Professional Quadcopter is agile, fast, resilient and foldable. It has an IP rating of 43 ensuring that it is protected against the ingress of most solid objects and the effects of sprayed water. Therefore the DJI Matrice 210 Professional Drone is suitable for use in outdoor environments. Its self-heating batteries also ensure that the drone remains operational in temperatures as low as -4°F. The quadcopter’s foldable, compact design with removable batteries, propellers, and landing equipment, also ensures that it can be easily transported to indoor and outdoor locations.
Small Size & Improved Stability:
The quadcopter’s small size improves its stability and this combined with the drone’s unfolding arms (max span of approx. 35-inches) and 17-inch propellers ensure that it is able to resist crosswinds at speeds of up to 22mph.
Adding to the DJI Matrice 210 Professional Drone’s resilience and versatility is its ability to remain functional up to 8200 feet above sea level. The DJI Matrice 210 Drone can ascend at 11mph and descend at 7mph. Once airborne it can reach speeds of up to 51.4mph.
Intelligent Flight Modes:
The versatility of the DJI Matrice 210 Professional Drone is extended even further through the inclusion of four intelligent flight modes. These modes allow the user to capture dynamic images and footage, as well as collect data more efficiently. The intelligent flight modes available on the Matrice 210 Professional Drone are:
The aircraft can be flown and operated using the included remote controller (please see below). It can also be operated using the DJI GO 4 app, which also provides the user with information regarding the remaining battery life.
In addition to this, the DJI Pilot app and DJI FlightHub™(web-based software) can be used together to pre-program flight routes for multiple drones, as well as monitor the status of each quadcopter.
DJI Cendence Remote Controller:
The DJI Cendence Remote Controller can be used to fly the DJI Matrice 210 Quadcopter as well as operate its gimbal and adjust its camera settings. It features five analog control channels, ten customizable buttons and is optimized for compatibility with a number of other DJI products.
With regards to flying and operating the DJI Matrice 210 Quadcopter, this controller features two knobs on the front panel for controlling gimbal pitch and yaw. The user can also adjust the flight controller settings and the camera in real-time using the right and left levers as well as the ‘focus-adjust knob’. This facilitates pulled focus and aperture settings.