L1D-20c Hasselblad Camera – Working closely with strategic partners Hasselblad, Mavic 2 Pro brings incredible image quality to a compact, folding drone. A 20-megapixel 1” CMOS sensor captures a vast array of details and colors while the Hasselblad Natural Color Solutions (HNCS) applies color science to make your image pop and stand out.
Omnidirectional obstacle sensing – Mavic 2 Pro is equipped with obstacle sensing systems in the front, rear, sides, downwards and upwards of the drone. *Please note, side sensors are only active when using ActiveTrack and Tripod Mode.
Quieter and improved flight performance – Similar to Mavic Pro Platinum, Mavic 2 Zoom uses upgraded Electronic Speed Controls (ESCs) and redesigned propellers for a quieter and more pleasant flight experience. DJI has designed Mavic 2 Zoom to be one of the most aerodynamic drones on the market not only showcasing improved speed and handling but also reducing the overall amount of energy required to hit those speeds.
Photography Features – Mavic 2 Pro captures 20–megapixel photos in JPEG, DNG(RAW) and JPEG+RAW formats. HNCS is applied automatically to JPEGs and can be chosen as a color option when using RAW.
enhanced HDR algorithms– Mavic 2 Pro automatically captures 7 RAW bracketed images and merges them into a vibrant photo with +14 stops of dynamic range to make your images pop and stand out.
HyperLight – Optimized for low light photography, HyperLight brings extraordinary dynamic range to low light scenery via image stacking.
Video Features – Using the 3–axis mechanical stabilizer, Mavic 2 Pro is capable of recording smooth and cinematic video at up to 4K @30 fps and 100 Mbps to capture every second with UHD quality.
HyperLapse – Normally a lengthy manual process, operators can now capture stunning automated time-lapse content with the added element of the drone motion. Choose between four different flight paths: Circle, Course Lock, Waypoint and Free.
ActiveTrack 2.0 – Identify up to 16 subjects and track 1. ActiveTrack has been enhanced with the ability to create 3D maps of the area for smooth and seamless tracking. An improved trajectory prediction algorithm helps follow the subject even when it is obstructed by items including trees.
Intelligent Features – These creative features can be accessed by the tapping the Remote-Control icon on your mobile device when operating Mavic 2 Pro. They include:
Normal – Standard control over the drone with your remote-control.
HyperLapse (video only) – Add the unique element of drone movement to your time-lapse. Choose from one of four flight paths:
Circle – Mavic 2 Pro will circle around your subject at a constant altitude and distance to create a 360-degree video.
Course Lock – Choose a subject and Mavic 2 Pro will fly straight while keep it in focus.
Waypoints – The drone flies to a series of designated locations chosen on the map while recording video.
Free – Take complete creative control over Mavic 2 Pro and its flight path.
QuickShot – Creative automated flight paths and effects. A full explanation of each one below.
ActiveTrack – Identify up to 16 subjects and track 1.
Point of Interest – Choose a specific subject, circle radius, altitude and speed- the drone will follow these settings while keeping the subject in frame.
Waypoints – The drone flies to a series of designated locations chosen on the map.
TapyFly – Operators can easily send the drone to a designated area by tapping the location on the map.
Cinematic Mode (video only) – For the smoothest video, Cinematic Mode elongates the breaking period and rotation speed so it gently comes to a stop.
Quickshot Intelligent Flight Modes – QuickShot modes make creating professional videos fun and easy. Mavic 2 Pro will fly along a preset flight path while recording a short video and tracking a subject along the way.
Asteroid– Mavic 2 Pro captures video starting in front of your subject as the drone flies backward and ascends, creating a reverse playback video that starts with a spherical view from above that descends towards your subject like a falling asteroid.
Boomerang– Mavic 2 Pro flies a boomerang–like oval flight path around your subject, starting and stopping video in the same place.
Rocket – Send Mavic 2 Pro straight up into the air with the camera pointing downward following your subject.
Circle – Mavic 2 Pro will circle around your subject at a constant altitude and distance.
Dronie – Fly Mavic 2 Pro backward and upward, with the camera tracking your subject.
Helix – Fly Mavic 2 Pro upward and away, spiraling around your subject.
To use Quickshot modes from within the app, select the Remote-Control icon on the left of the screen, then select Quickshot. From there, select the specific Quickshot you’d like to perform. To select your subject, tap on the subject as seen on your smartphone’s screen. Once your subject is illuminated by a green circle, Mavic 2 Pro will begin the Quickshot mode.
Flight Autonomy 2.0
Updated FlightAutonomy 2.0 – Mavic 2 Pro utilizes 11 sensors, the most cameras and sensors ever put in a DJI drone and processes data gathered from them to construct a 3D map of its environment for more precise hovering, better flight performance and an overall safer experience.