The new DJI Mavic 2 Pro is a drone for the advanced photo and videographer. Thanks to the large 1-inch sensor, the drone records detailed images in 4K quality with 30 fps. In Full HD you even take pictures at 120 fps, which also allows for slow motion recording. You set the aperture yourself. This allows you to adjust the depth of field of your images.
The engines in the new Mavic Air 2 are larger than its predecessor's to ensure better propulsion. Because the design is also improved, the drone will be more agile. This allows the drone to make curves with greater ease. The drone also has improved OcuSync technology. This means that the video transmission is a lot better and faster than with its predecessor. In addition, the remote controller has also been updated. The previous version of the Mavic Pro struggled to keep objects and people well in view and to follow. In the new Mavic Pro, this Active Track has been improved and the camera will better recognize objects and people in the image. Three sensors have been placed in the drone instead of two at the predecessor. These three sensors ensure that the drone can create a 3D map of the environment in which the object or person is located. Even if the person disappears behind a tree or mountain.
With a fully charged battery, you make a flight of 31 minutes. Due to the 360-degree obstacle detection, the chance is small that you are flying against something. Via the OcuSync 2.0 system, you connect wirelessly to, for example, the DJI Goggles. With VR glasses you can see what your drone films. In addition, you automatically switch to 5 GHz bandwidth, which reduces the chance of malfunctions. Using the hyperlapse mode you can automatically make different recordings. The drone can also make automatic flight paths from the locations. This way you can use these settings to recreate the same route.