The DJI Mavic 2 is the latest foldable quadcopter from DJI. It comes in multiple variants, giving you the choice of different camera configurations. The Mavic 2 is a true evolution of the original Mavic Pro, which was DJI's most popular drone. The extra flight time, improved cameras, better obstacle avoidance and new design mean the Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom will revolutionise the way you fly.
The new DJI Mavic 2 series drones have a number of new key features in common:
DJI have taken the very best bits from the previous Mavic Pro model and brought it together with elements from their prosumer and professional drones to create an industry leading quadcopter in a compact, foldable body.
Everything from the original Mavic has been improved. The Mavic 2 is significantly quieter, faster, flies for longer and takes much better photo and video.
The Mavic 2 Pro drone is a versatile quadcopter, giving hobbyists amazing results while being powerful enough to capture professional photography and videography using its Hasselblad camera.
This new sensor gives superior performance in almost all lighting conditions in a tiny package. The 1" sensor captures ultra-high definition 4K video - and incredible dynamic range.
Here are some of the Pro's key features:
The DJI Mavic 2 Pro is the perfect choice if you want to capture every detail in a scene. The high-resolution camera with huge sensor provides outstanding detail in both photos and videos.
The Mavic 2 Zoom drone has 2x optical zoom - letting you get right into the detail of your subject.
Here are some of the Mavic 2 Zoom's key features:
The Mavic 2 can shoot Hyperlapses right out of the box. Get rid of the complex post-processing workflow and create amazing hyperlapses with ease.
Super smooth aerial shots are automatically captured and progressed with a simple tap.
Using the new "Task Library", you can save a flight path for your Mavic 2 to repeat at any time.
Why not fly the same hyperlapse at different times of the day?
Photos will be saved in both JPEG and RAW - meaning you have the flexibility to more post-processing of your Mavic 2's Hyperlapses if you'd like.
There are few different Hyperlapse modes available with Mavic 2:
Another new features introduced for the Mavic 2 is "enhanced HDR photos".
A new software algorithm blends multiple shots into a single image, creating impeccable high dynamic range shots.
You'll see exceptional colour, increased detail and balanced lighting.
As always with the Mavic 2 - you can capture these HDR Photos with a single click.
Both the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom support HyperLight - a new software feature from DJI.
HyperLight is designed to enhance the lighting in your images, particularly when shooting in low light conditions.
Images are greatly henhanced without any significant noise increase - an extremely powerful new feature for the Mavic 2 range.
What’s the difference between the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom?
The key difference between the two drones is their cameras.
The Mavic 2 Pro features a Hasselblad camera with a one-inch sensor capable of 20 MP stills and UHD 4K video.
The Mavic 2 Zoom features a 1/2.3 inch 12MP image sensor with a 2x optical zoom lens and a focal length of 24mm-48mm.
What’s the maximum flight time of the Mavic 2 drones?
A maximum flight time of up to 31 minutes is available.
What’s the top speed of the Mavic 2 drones?
A top speed of up to 45mph (72kph) is available in the Mavic 2’s Sport Mode.
What’s the operating temperature of the Mavic 2?
A huge temperature range of between -10°C to 40°C is available.
What’s the transmission range of the Mavic 2?
Thanks to the OcuSync 2.0, the Mavic 2 can reach up to 5 miles (8km).
What’s the storage on the Mavic 2?
Internal storage of 8GB is available and a maximum microSD storage of up to 128GB.
Does the adjustable aperture effect images and video?
Yes – the adjustable aperture allows you to take pictures and video in a variety of lighting conditions.
What’s the control range of the Mavic 2?
The Mavic 2 has a control range of up to pitch axis covers -90° to 30°.
Is the Mavic 2 waterproof?
No, the Mavic 2 is not waterproof.
What is Hyperlapse?
This feature is where the drone moves slowly and records. Once completed and the footage is sped up giving the Hyperlapse effect.
What is Dolly Zoom?
Dolly Zoom is a feature mainly seem in Hollywood-films where the drone flies away whilst the camera zooms in producing a very unique shot.
What are enhanced HDR-Photos?
This means the Mavic 2 is able to capture photos with a higher exposure value. Giving more detailed photos with a varied dynamic range.
What is SuperRes?
This is where the camera will capture and patch together photos resulting in a 48mp super-resolution photo.
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