DJI Mavic say their Air 2 drone takes "power and portability to the next level". Here's how they have achieved that big step up.
The Air 2 promises smart shooting functions and excellent image quality for incredible aerial photography. Key to this is the improved flight performance which lays a stable and safe base for better results. One of the features that makes this possible is APAS 3.0 Obstacle Avoidance.
Some of the in-flight photographic tricks the Air 2 performs includes 4K/60fps Video, HDR, 8K Hyperlapse, and 48MP still capabilities. All of these numbers add up to superb results.
One of the standout features of the Mavic Air 2 is SmartPhoto. This combines scene recognition, HyperLight and HDR into one mode for incredible shots.
The view from up there is optimised further with DJI’s most advanced panorama mode which promises a higher dynamic range, and vivid and accurate colours.
The new and improved Air 2 features a wide range of intelligent tracking modes (including Active Track 3.0) within the FocusTrack feature which delivers professional results.
To be able to capture all this amazing video and still shots, you need to be in the air for a good period of time. The Air 2 has a battery life of up to 34 minutes, with 10-kilometre 1080p/30fps video transmission.