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New Mavic model: 'Standard'????
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NavigatorNL
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https://www.dronewatch.nl/2017/0 ... met-mavic-standard/

Hope your Dutch is ok
Price $ 749,00

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Big Daddy Davee
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If you can't speak Dutch. http://www.wetalkuav.com/dji-mavic-standard-coming-soon/
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FlyingCaballero
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Well, the label that supposedly belong to a standard version contain the word "anatel" wich is the telecomunication agency in Brazil. I've been working with telecom in Brazil and have to say that all devices that use a frequency to work need to get a homologation through this agency and this does happen normally very very late after official release of the products. That said i think it's very unlikely that the brazilian agency already have the devices and already gave homologation........so the linked information imho doesen't relate to the standard version of the mavic.
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Nees
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FlyingCaballero Posted at 2017-3-10 11:08
Well, the label that supposedly belong to a standard version contain the word "anatel" wich is the telecomunication agency in Brazil. I've been working with telecom in Brazil and have to say that all devices that use a frequency to work need to get a homologation through this agency and this does happen normally very very late after official release of the products. That said i think it's very unlikely that the brazilian agency already have the devices and already gave homologation........so the linked information imho doesen't relate to the standard version of the mavic.

Doesn't need to. If it contains hardware (chipsets) that is approved in the past, it gets the label.
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Danny-B-
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I'd just bet the standard will be the same mavic, just wont come with the controller. dont think it would make much sense to develop lower rated sensors etc
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Tripp
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I received a questionnaire from DJI not too long ago, and one of the questions was would you buy a version of the Mavic without obstacle avoidance if it was less expensive.  I think it's a good idea if they are offering a standard version for less money.  
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Phlashster
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Danny-B- Posted at 2017-3-10 12:52
I'd just bet the standard will be the same mavic, just wont come with the controller. dont think it would make much sense to develop lower rated sensors etc

You say that Danny, but the non Pro versions of the other DJI drones are exactly that.

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FlyingCaballero
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Nees Posted at 2017-3-10 12:46
Doesn't need to. If it contains hardware (chipsets) that is approved in the past, it gets the label.

Well, IF it contains the same chipset. That said i see very improbable that there is already an anatel approved version of the new mavic "standard", even if just labeled. Looks much more as a brazilian market version of the pro.
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FlyingCaballero
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Nees Posted at 2017-3-10 12:46
Doesn't need to. If it contains hardware (chipsets) that is approved in the past, it gets the label.

Forgot to say about homologation of anatel: lost the count about how many almost identical products needed new homologation because a slightly different name.
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