The DJI Mavic 2 Pro in the latest drone in DJI’s incredibly popular Mavic series with an all-new 20-Megapixel Hasselblad camera with a 1-inch CMOS Sensor and a stack of other features to take your aerial filmmaking to impressive new heights.

Hasselblad Camera with Adjustable Aperture

DJI have created a new camera for the Mavic 2 Pro called the L1D-20c, in partnership with Hasselblad, the Swedish camera manufacturer. It boasts an adjustable aperture so you can choose the depth-of-field to suit your shot with a range of f/2.8-f/11 that allows you to select super sharp focus or better low-light performance depending on your scene.

Large 20-Megapixel 1-inch Sensor

The bright f/2.8 lens works together with a large 1-inch CMOS image sensor that is around 4 times the size of the original Mavic and this allows you to capture shots in darker lighting conditions that ever before. The resolution of the sensor has also been increased to 20-megapixels for better detail reproduction and sharper looking video.

3-Axis Gimbal

Attached to the bottom of the drone is a 3-Axis stabilising gimbal that allows the camera to capture smooth stable footage from the sky while performing complicated aerial manoeuvres. The gimbal can even pan left or right around during flight using the head tracking mode of the DJI Goggles.

HDR and DLog-M Flat Profile

The improvements to the Mavic 2 aren’t just about the camera though, the video capabilities of the Mavic 2 Pro have been significantly boosted as well. The camera now shoots HDR/HLG video footage that can be played on a compatible TV without grading, as well as DJI’s own flat DLog-M colour profile for extensive colour correction abilities.

10-Bit Colour and H.265 Video Compression

Both the HDR and DLog-M footage can be recorded in 10 Bit colour to ensure that you can capture the widest dynamic range possible with over a billion colours available. The drone also records in the H.265 codec which captures over 50% more detail that H.264 at a maximum video bitrate of 100Mbps

Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution

DJI have incorporated Hasselblad’s Natural Colour Solution Technology into the Mavic 2 Pro which ensures that images captured are reproduced with stunning colour accuracy and detail.

Faster with a Longer Flight Time

Designed to be quieter, more powerful, and faster than previous models, the Mavic 2 Pro can reach speeds up to 72 km/h in sports mode, great for keeping up with fast moving subjects. It can also stay in the air for up to 31 minutes, the longest flight time for any consumer drone on the market.

Advanced Propulsion

The new propulsion system of the DJI Mavic 2 Pro has been tested in extreme conditions and with a fully charged battery is able to fly up to 18km in windless conditions. When faced with less than perfect weather conditions the drone is rated to resist winds speeds up to 38kph.

OcuSync 2.0 Transmission System

With the new OcuSync 2.0 transmission system the aircraft can be flown up to 8km away from the controller while still providing a Full HD live stream for piloting. It switches between both 2.4 and 5.8Ghz wireless frequencies to avoid interference and provide a solid connection. The new transmission system is also compatible with the DJI Goggles and DJI Goggles RE for POV piloting

Omni-directional Obstacle Detection

Obstacle sensors on all sides, make the Mavic 2 Pro safer than ever to fly. Dual vision sensors at the front and rear, as well as single vision sensors on each side work to detect obstacles up to 20 metres away. An infrared sensor on top of the aircraft as well as downward facing dual vision sensors, infrared and a new auxiliary LED landing assistance light on the bottom complete the detection system.

Intelligent Flight and Capture Modes

Active Track 2.0
The new Active Track 2.0 mode offers precision accuracy by mapping a 3-dimensional view using the main camera and forward sensors. Using a predictive algorithm, the drone actively tracks your subject even if the view is momentarily blocked. Combined with high-speed tracking and obstacle sensing Active Track 2.0 is the most advanced track system yet.

Choose from the four different hyperlapse modes; free, circle, course lock and waypoint that not only shoots your hyperlapse images but also compiles them in camera. You can choose the save the RAW images for individual processing if you prefer and it’s even possible to save a flight path to be recreated again accurately.

This stills mode blends a sequence of shots together with a range of different exposure settings to deliver images with a wider dynamic range and improved clarity. The Mavic Pro is able to capture a massive 14 Stops of Dynamic Range with this mode.

Designed especially for low-light photography, this mode reduces image noise and helps to capture brighter image at night.

Four different Panorama modes allow you to capture a range of different shots. You can choose from Sphere, 180°, Horizontal and Vertical Panoramic modes.

POI 2.0
Using GPS co-ordinates and vision processing technology the new Point-Of-Interest mode allows you to select and circle a subject with less setup than ever.

Waypoint 2.0
The updated Waypoint mode removes the need to fly the drone to the waypoints to lock in a route, now you can do it by simply tapping the waypoints on a map and designating your point of interest.

A new mode, asteroid spins and flies down to a designated point of interest for a dramatic subject reveal.

This new mode spins around and flies away from a subject before returning to it’s original position.

All these new intelligent flight and capture modes ensure that the DJI Mavic Pro 2 make capturing incredible high-quality aerial footage and stills easier than ever.