Taking Your Images to Greater Heights: Introducing DJI’s Mavic Air 2
It’s time to take your beloved aerial shots from the ground! DJI is back at it again with another exquisitely stunning drone model, integrated with extra functionalities and features from its predecessor.
Let’s check out the new features in store this time!
Clear as Day: Take High-res Photos from the Sky
Powered with a CMOS sensor that supports 48MP photos, you will no longer have to worry about blurry images when your drone is high above the skies.
Additionally, the SmartPhoto function also integrates a plethora of scene recognition features that are designed to capture high-quality images, even in the harshest terrains.
Users would not need to worry about their drone traversing forests or mountains, as the Mavic Air 2 camera has a dynamic range and is capable of churning out vivid coloured photos while being in touch with reality.
Silky Smooth Footage: 60fps and 4K res Videos
One of the biggest drawbacks of drones is taking videos at a subpar quality. That’s no longer the case with DJI’s Mavic Air 2!
Built with D-Cinelike flat colour profile, the drone’s post video processing is able to retain more information, such as the scenes’ codec .This helps to maintain the best video quality while reducing storage space.
This is highly effective for users that enjoy extreme sports like hiking or cycling. Those agile movements will definitely be blurry when capturing them on older drone models.
Obstructions Obliterated: Avoid Hazards with Ease
What to record awesome adventures with your drone when caving? What about the rocky shards of granite that might harm your drone? Not a problem!
With the Advanced Pilot Assistance System 3.0 (APAS), the DJI Mavic Air 2 is able to expertly map its surroundings, even in complex situations. After revamps over a couple of generations, the new APAS infrastructure is expected to have a much better intuitiveness, helping to guide your drone to safety.
Motion-wise, the Mavic Air 2 is able to predict and perceive directions; forward, backward and downwards, each built with its own sensors.
It’s now safe to say that extreme sports can be recorded with precision and clarity, all without the fuss, thanks to the Mavic Air 2!
Looking Way Ahead: See Things Beyond Your Reach
Losing your drone signal during a blizzard or sandstorm is common. Challenging weather conditions isn’t an asset for drones, but the Mavic Air 2 utilises a dual frequency communication model that greatly reduces network interference. It adapts well to constantly changing conditions by changing channels, seeking the best pathways.
Therefore, the Mavic Air 2 is a tier above other drones when it comes to video transmission. The OcuSync 2.0 makes it extremely suitable for live situations, breathing more freedom for exploration with clarity, even if it’s at an extreme distance.