Dji has launched the new Mavic series foldable design drone. The Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 zoom. The Mavic 2 Pro is the world’s first drone with an integrated Hasselblad L1D-20c camera that sports a 20-megapixel sensor and a 10-bit HDR video capture.  The Mavic 2 Zoom,  support for 2x optical zoom with dolly zoom feature (it flies backward and upward. It then adjusts the zoom during the flight to keep the selected object the same while the background changes). Both cameras utilize DJI’s new 3 axis gimbal technology ensuring smooth and stable footage. both editions support 4K video with advanced H.264 compression so the image is retained with more detail. you can choose between different modes like Circle, Course Lock, Waypoint or Free mode to create timelapse with a simple tap of a button in the DJI GO 4 Mobile App.

  •  free mode – pilots the drone manually while shooting a hyperlapse video.
  • circleautomatically flies the drone in a circular pattern around a subject you select to create a timelapse video that captures the action.
  • course lock keeps the camera fixed on shooting subject while the drone flies in a straight direction to create a unique perspective.
  • waypoint plans a complex flight path based on both altitude and GPS coordinates to capture complex shots.

The Mavic  Pro has a powerful 1/2.3 inch image sensor for greater image quality and superior light and color performance. The Mavic 2 comes with adjustable aperture (f/2.8-f/11) which provides more control across a wide variety of lighting conditions. you get the best quality image with 20 MP CMOS sensor with a 10-bit Dlog-M color profile camera with extreme details.  With 4K 10-bit HDR support, the Mavic 2 Pro can be plugged into a 4K TV with HLG(hybrid log gamma) and will play back footage with the right color tones.

Mavic 2 Zoom is all about dynamic perspective. It has a 12-megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor with up to four times lossless zoom, and up to 2x optical zoom (24mm-48mm). It supports hybrid autofocus, full-HD video recording. the 24 mm focal length compresses your perspective which enhances the parallax effects for the classic cinematic look.

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