The popular drone maker DJI has arrived with its updated and all-new Mavic Air 2 drone quadcopter on April 27. The aircraft will go on sales from next month for $799 for the US buyers. To recollect, this is the same price tag that the previous Mavic Air model was featuring.
Between the high-rated Mavic 2 and the cheaper Mavic Mini, the latest Mavic Air 2 will be the mid-range option for avid aerial photographers. Physically, the quadcopter is compact but adopting heavier physique. This is because lots of testing and surveys have suggested DJI to assemble a bit heavier device. Pilots are ready to carry extra grams in the bag, but there will be no compromise on flight-time and better performance in windy conditions.
To be even better, DJI puts on the new rotor design and enhanced aerodynamic system. In terms of battery endurance, the company claims the drone to remain aloft for 34 minutes on a single charge. It is an incredible jump from 21-minute flight time on the previous Mavic Air quadcopter.
What makes the impact on the latest update is the large imaging sensor on the camera. The new Mavic Air 2 brings the half-inch sensor to capture sharp images with better resolution. It has 12MP skills, but the larger sensor will help to fill the frame passionately. Along with it, the drone also installs a new composite image option, which works brilliantly to join multiple single images to create a large 48MP image.
Moreover, DJI also acknowledges some new automated flight tricks to the Air’s portfolio. The Active Track is now updated to version 3.0 to ensure beer subject recognition. Concluding all, the latest Mavic Air 2 seems impressive update over what is already our favourite drone.