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DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone Quadcopter with Hasselblad Camera HDR Video UAV Adjustable Aperture 20MP 1" CMOS Sensor (UK Version)
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- Equipped with a Hasselblad L1D-20c camera with a 20MP 1" CMOS Sensor, the Mavic 2 lets you capture gorgeous aerial shots in stunning color detail.
- Up to 31 minutes flight time, 44 mph max speed, 907g takeoff weight, 3-axis gimbal for steady shots, 8GB internal storage, SD card support up to 128 GB
- Enjoy live view in real time during flight and record 4K videos at higher bitrates with advanced H.265 compression.
- Functions include ActiveTrack 2.0, Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing, Hyperlapse, Low-Noise Design, Adjustable Aperture, HDR Photos
- Please update the firmware version of your Mavic 2 to 01.00.00.00 or above via the App tips or DJI Assistant 2 on a computer before using. After upgrading, you can use the new feature such as "Hyperlapse", "Dolly Zoom" (Mavic 2 Zoom) and "Super Resolution" (Mavic 2 Zoom) to experience the super amazing shooting effect of Mavic 2.
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Mavic 2 Pro | Hasselblad Camera Made in Sweden, Hasselblad cameras are renowned for their iconic ergonomic design, uncompromising image quality, and Swedish craftsmanship. Since 1941, Hasselblad cameras have captured some of the world's most iconic images - including the first moon landing. Co-engineered in partnership with Hasselblad after two years of tireless research, the Mavic 2 Pro comes equipped with the all-new Hasselblad L1D-20c camera, which possesses Hasselblad's unique Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS), helping users capture gorgeous 20-megapixel aerial shots in stunning color detail.
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So simple to use and idiot proof almost. Yes you could still stack it but you have to be sensible as it costs so much.
Really really recommend this drone. its my first ever drone and i am over the moon.
You will need 2 extra batteries, you think you wont but you will, just to keep flying whilst other charges.
1/2 hour battery life goes quick if your learning.
Im still learning controls but have picked up speed now, next to master the camera.
It's a bit like trying to drive with a camera in your hand (not recommended) but the stability is incredible. If you do buy and want to take out the manufacturer's insurance do not leave t to the last moment. I missed the 48hr deadline and the proving test flight is more than a little demanding for a novice.
I am looking forward to capturing some super images and video from this new perspective.
The old Mavic Pro was good, but the new DJI Mavic 2 Pro just blows it away, the colours are deeper, the Stills @ 20mp blows you away, image above was straight from the camera, JPG, no filter with just a light lift of shadows in Adobe Lightroom. This Stable flying platform is ideal for a new flyer or a commercial drone operator. The camera controls have now con to the next level with aperture control, unheard of on a drone this size.
So far, no bug bears found, which is unheard of in the tech world. If you want the ultimate drone for your money, then this is a close as you are going to get.
If you are thinking of buying, make sure you get the Fly-more Package, it will save you money, you need more than 1 battery. If you are a first time flyer then make sure you go for the DJI Refresh... is protects you from those early days pilot errors that can occur.
Not sure where else you buy a 4k camera, with an inch sensor, that flies.......
So its weird in October that I'm packing a DJI mavic pro 2 into my bag for my forthcoming holiday. Those thresholds of quality move; and the Parrott Anaffi showed that the DJI camera's were significantly lacking - the HDR video is much more buttery rather than the razor sharpness DJI seem to favour. The Mavic Pro 2 moved considerably to address that; thanks to its larger sensor and controllable aperture. The day after it arrived I found myself away for the weekend off the coast of northern Scotland on a calm and stormy day; and naturally gave it a whirl in both.
If you have flown a DJI drone the experience is very similar - and if you are concerned it may be complex DJI have made it utterly idiot proof; there is even a training mode in the app you can use with the controller to train on your drone. Just before you go out the first time charge everything up and spend the time updating it - my first trip away was unpleasant when I had a mismatch between a battery firmware and drone firmware that required me to do it in the hotel.
The controller is the compact design of the original mavic (its half the size of the anaffi controller when its in transport mode; has a small status screen on it which can be useful; but most of the information is on the app running on your phone. It does have the stow-able control sticks that debuted on the mavic air controller which makes it considerably easier to pack into your bag. Unlike the mavic air the Mavic Pro doesn't use Wifi to connect; and this is the appeal for me you can fly the drone a lot further away, and it syncs video and photos to your phone ; where the situation allows.
The battery on the controller charges by USB; and you can do that with the battery charger that comes in the box. The DJI batteries on the Mavic Pro feel huge and heavy - and they take a while to charge but in the air the battery life is comfortably 30 minutes; even in strong winds.
Strong winds; yes, I flew the mavic off te north east cost of Scotland with the app telling me strong winds land immediately but the drone was rock solid the picture from the camera of the roiling sea is spectacular - and the video has lost the over sharpness that the original Mavic Pro and Mavic air suffered from. The stability in high winds now leaves me wanting a drone that works in rain as some of the best photos come in the rain; mavic pro 3 maybe,.
The flight modes are useful for getting cinematic of kitschy shots; but setting up an orbital track around something is a few clicks. If the thing you want to take a photo of is a distance off you can flip to sport mode by clicking a switch on the side of the controller and it picks up to 40kmh and gets there quickly (just remember to switch back to tripod mode to get the stable photograph.)
I really like the Parrot Anaffi drone as its super compact and the video quality is excellent; from the moment I flew it the mavic air was relegated to a drawer. The photo features don't quite extend to the low light and twilight shooting; and if you want to shoot it out to 4km away (not in the ukO you can do with the new Mavic Pro. The anaffi is considerably cheaper and more lightweight - and comes with cases for travelling that are far more beneficial - even over the bag that came in the fly more kit. The anaffi's photos and video are very close to the mavic pro 2's except when the light starts to go down. The anaffis gimbal can also point up; but I cant think of a reason I need that view.
The photos and video I took around Aberdeen have all looked very good. The video in particular looks a lot more natural than its predecessors. The Mavic Pro despite being twice the weight is going to French Polynesia with me; the range and battery life help in those once in a lifetime shots and the improved image quality will make the memories to last; and maybe we should treat all shots that way.