20-megapixel Hasselblad camera that folds into a drone that can avoid collisions in 360 degrees sounds good? Hello to DJI Mavic 2 Pro Mavic 2 Pro, the most recent version of DJI's hugely popular Mavic series.

 A few years ago, DJI acquired a majority stake in Hasselblad as part of its plans to become a drone manufacturer and a professional camera maker

simultaneously. Mavic 2 Pro debuted in August 2018 and quickly generated buzz because it was the first DJI drone with the Hasselblad camera.

CAMERA

DJI Mavic 2 Pro features a 20-megapixel 1 inch CMOS sensor mounted on an upgraded three-axis Gimbal. The image quality is top-notch due to the massive sensor capturing various tones. 

Image Quality

The Mavic 2 Pro's pictures remain outstanding and improve the image quality of its predecessor, the Mavic Pro. Additionally, Hasselblad's Natural Color Solution consistently delivers photos with deep color and overall excellent tonal quality that means lesser post-processing requirements for the user.

 Video Quality

Although the Mavic 2 Pro does not come with a 60fps 4K choice, the device offers some video features designed to create stunning videos from above. The first is the Blog-M color-profile with 10-bits that DJI claims can capture 1 billion colors, with superb tonality than the standard 8-bit video profiles. If you're looking to achieve the best quality video and you are comfortable spending longer color-grading your video, then this is the ideal option for you to go with. Also, there's the option of 4K 10-bit HDR support, which can playback stunning high-definition videos on TVs that support the HLG format.

4K videos


The most impressive feature in the video aspect in Mavic 2 Pro is the addition of two shooting modes for 4K video, which include a standard Full-frame mode for 4K videos (at the same focal length that is used to take still images) as well as a brand new 4K HD mode. The previous 4K video mode is down sampling the full-frame video because the camera captures more than the resolution (5,472x3,648 inches) than the resolution 4K video can support (3,840x2,160 resolution).

The latest 4K HQ model utilizes the 8-megapixel area of sweet spot in the standard resolution (3,840x2,160). The use of this larger 20-megapixel sensor gives the equivalent of a focal length that is 39mm, and an angle of vision that is more closely at the subject. The larger focal length offers opportunities to capture scenes with an ethereal feel.

Hyperlapse Feature

Time Lapse photographers will appreciate the latest Hypermaps feature, which offers four different capturing modes, including the option to circle subjects or follow waypoints in time-lapse. Time-lapse is taking place. With a bit of planning and planning, the results could be breathtaking.

Hyperlight

Hyperlight is a mode for night photography that uses advanced noise reduction techniques to create utterly automatic night exposures with great details. This is excellent news for photographers on the aerial who aren't as likely to spend time processing, and editing images were taken at night.

Shutter Speed

The Mavic 2 Pro's camera comes with a variable aperture that ranges from f/2.8 to f/11. This is particularly useful for maintaining shutter speeds manageable for video shooting in bright light conditions.

Flying Mode


Mavic 2 Pro Mavic 2 Pro introduces omnidirectional obstacle avoidance and a new generation of the well-known OcuSync transmitting system. As with the previous Mavics, OcuSync provides a solid communications channel for the drone to the remote controller that provides a high-quality, reliable view that is not disturbed by interruptions.

 The well-known Sport and Tripod flying modes are accessible directly from the controller, letting you select the flight mode best suited to your specific needs. Sport is a collision avoidance mode that disables collision avoidance making it possible to operate the drone at maximum speeds. Tripod is an ideal low-speed flight mode for maneuvering through tight spaces. Automated flight modes such as Asteroid, Active Track, and Boomerang enable even the newest drone pilots to capture cinematic photos with relative ease.

Battery Capacity

With 2 pounds, the Mavic 2 Pro is heavier than its predecessor. Still, it can get approximately one minute more flight time due to the battery's capacity being slightly higher. It is stated that it will last for 31 minutes. However, at the time of flight, prudent pilots landing using reserve power can expect a reasonable flight time of 20-25 minutes at the maximum.

Quick & Responsive

The Mavic 2 Pro is quick, responsive (especially when in Sport mode) and significantly quieter than the previous DJI drones due to the upgraded motors paired with low-noise propellers.

Conclusion

With amazing image quality, a wide variety of flight and mode modes for capture, and an ultra-portable design, Mavic 2 Pro appears well-poised to become a DJI top seller. Mavic 2 Pro now becomes a go-anywhere drone that doesn't require users to sacrifice the quality of the images.