Tweakers Update: De DJI Mavic 2-Drones in vogelvlucht

As DJI, with distance market leader on the drone market, announces an event the expectations are high The name of the event, See the Bigger Picture gave away a bit of what it would be about: Better camera functionality On Thursday, DJI unveiled his Mavic 2 drones, the Pro and the Zoom The cameras are indeed improved

and there are also extensive possibilities for object recognition These are successors to the Mavic Pro announced in 2016

Just like that model, the new quadcopters are collapsible so that they can easily be taken away The Mavic 2 Pro has to be especially of its 20-megapixel camera, which DJI together with

the Swedish manufacturer Hasselblad developed The camera has a 1 "sensor, which is an improvement over the previous Mavic Pro, that has a smaller sensor

This means that the 2 Pro can also shoot good images in less light The Zoom model has a 12-megapixel sensor and offers 2x zoom DJI demonstrates among other things how the drone can be used for a dollyzoom effect by simultaneously moving backwards and zooming in Both drones can shoot 4k images, but up to 30fps 120 fps is possible with 1080p video

They can also stream up to a distance of 8 kilometers on that quality The drones are somewhat heavier than the original Mavic Pro but with up to 72 km / h also 7km / h faster This is partly due to an aerodynamic design Moreover, they can stay in the air for a bit longer: 31 minutes versus 27 minutes Like the Mavic Air, the drones have Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems With the help of the cameras and sensors at the front and bottom, the drone recognizes objects

DJI has improved the Active Track and with the 20 version the drones have to be More people and objects can follow The price of the Mavic 2 Pro is 1449 euros and for that price DJI supplies a battery, charger, controller and four pairs of propellers

The comparable bundle with the Mavic 2 Zoom costs 1249 euros

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