Like everybody else today, DJI took advantage of IFA in Berlin to announce a few new products. In addition to an 'Obsidian' version of the Phantom 4 Pro and a new shooting mode for the DJI Spark, DJI revealed the Mavic Pro Platinum: a longer-lasting, quieter version of the popular foldable DJI Mavic Pro.

In DJI's own words, the DJI Mavic Pro Platinum "takes all of the advanced features of the Mavic Pro which revolutionized personal flight and builds on them." The drone is targeted at travelers, amateur photographers and outdoor sports enthusiasts who want a little bit more performance than the original Mavic can offer.

To that end, the new Platinum version improves the battery by 11% for a total per-charge flight time of 30 minutes. It also decreases flying noise by a whopping 60% (4 Decibels), making it a little easier to remain inconspicuous while capturing aerial footage. Plus it looks a bit 'fancier' than the original too:

To learn more about this drone, click here. And if you're already interested enough to buy, the drone is available to pre-order on the DJI website for $1,100.