Created to make capturing high-quality content simple, fun and secure, DJI Mavic Air 2 offers iconic features in a compact and compact 8K drone. An enlarged 1/2 inch image sensor offers high-resolution photos and videos for extraordinary content, and advanced flight modes, smart features and innovative image technology make capturing professional content quick and easy. Now you can fly longer thanks to increased autonomy, capture vivid images with renewed autonomous capabilities and rework new contents with the editing functions of the dedicated app.
DJI Mavic Air 2
Mavic Air 2 reinvents the way to capture quality content with a folding drone: it is the first drone of the Mavic series to offer 4K videos at 60fps and 120Mbps, HDR and slow 4X videos at 1080p / 120fps and 8X at 1080p / 240fps. It also allows you to take 12-megapixel images or select the new 48-megapixel high-resolution feature to shoot every detail, with the three-axis mechanical stabilization that compensates for vibrations and helps to record smooth and stable movies in any situation. Taking full advantage of the large 1/2 “Quad Bayer sensor, Mavic Air 2 is the perfect tool to take creativity to the next level thanks to a complete suite of shooting modes. The exclusive SmartPhoto feature captures 12 megapixel images with advanced scene analysis and deep learning, automatically selecting one of three photo modes:
HDR: Mavic Air 2 automatically captures seven images with different exposure and combines them into a highly dynamic image.
Hyperlight: Hyperlight is the function for low-light scenarios. Take multiple photos and then combine them into a clear image, reducing the noise generally caused by this type of environment.
Scene recognition: set in this mode, Mavic Air 2 recognizes five categories of scenes: sunset, clear, grass, snow and trees, optimizing the parameters of the shooting to give the scene the maximum of color, details and shades.
Mavic Air 2 has rethought the basics of flight to allow all fans to explore the skies with drone technology. Although weighing only 570 grams, equivalent to a bottle of water, Mavic Air 2 boasts new engines, new ESCs, increased battery life and a more aerodynamic design that allow flight autonomy of up to thirty-four minutes. The OcuSync 2.0 transmission, DJI’s proprietary technology, has been enhanced to offer extremely reliable and stable HD video images from the drone up to 10 km away. OcuSync 2.0 supports both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands, with automatic selection functionality for the strongest signal band, while the anti-interference system ensures the transmission of always clear video images.
DJI Mavic Air 2
It features exclusive safety features, to offer an extremely reliable flight. The detection sensors, located frontally and on the back, warn about the possible proximity of obstacles, and you can set them so as to prevent the drone from getting too close to avoid collisions. The additional sensors and auxiliary lights, located on the lower body of the Mavic Air 2, assist maneuvers including automatic landing in complex environments. Mavic Air 2 is also equipped with our GEO geolocation technology, to keep the flight of drones away from risk areas, such as airports.
The advanced APAS 3.0 assisted piloting system takes the autonomous flight of DJI drones to the next level. By activating APAS 3.0, if it encounters obstacles in its path, Mavic Air 2 will circumvent them, from the bottom or the top, avoiding collisions and ensuring a safe flight in any situation, to allow the pilot to focus only on the acquisition of images. The new 3D mapping version offers smoother transitions and more stable movements around objects, even in particularly complex environments.
DJI Mavic Air 2
According to the DJI standards expressed last year in the 10-point Aviation Safety publication, Mavic Air 2 is also the first DJI drone for recreational use that includes AirSense technology, a system that warns pilots if other aircraft are detected nearby. AirSense uses ADS-B technology to receive signals from nearby planes and helicopters and display their position on the pilot’s control screen. In case of excessive approach, AirSense sends messages, sound signals and vibrations to the pilot, to make him aware of the danger and allow him to remove the drone in complete safety.