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DJI Mavic 2 Drone Quadcopter (Mavic 2 Zoom Single Unit)
- 12MP 1/2.3" CMOS Sensor
- 2x 24-48mm Optical Zoom + Dolly Zoom
- 48MP Super Resolution Photos
- OcuSync 2.0 Transmission Technology
- Up to 31 Minutes Flight Time
Edition: Mavic 2 Zoom Single Unit
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The Mavic 2 Zoom from DJI is a professional quality filmmaking drone that gives you the ability to get closer to the action, thanks to its 2x 24-48mm optical zoom camera with a 1/2.3" 12MP sensor. With 4x lossless zoom (including 2x optical zoom) you can capture sensitive subjects from an even greater distance. There's even a single-tap aerial mode called Dolly Zoom that gives a Hitchcockian effect to your footage.
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4K can only be shot at 30fps. But, you can always use 2.7K at 60fps for a great compromise, or 1080p at 120 fps for the ultimate slow motion or fast moving object experience.
Batteries only charge ONE at a time on the 4-battery charger..and take FOREVER. I wish they charged faster and in parallel. I guess I will have to buy an FStop Labs charger.
10bit color can only be used in Dlog and HLG modes, which introduces barrel distortion (horizon looks curved) and a very flat unsaturated image. You will have to correct this in post and it can take quite a bit of time and effort to get right. Shooting in "Normal" color mode only uses 8bit color, but does all of the corrections for you, leaving you with great looking footage that is ready to go. The 8bit "Normal" mode actually looks fantastic and is my preferred setting.
Some of the flight modes have been discontinued, like fixed wing mode.
1" sensor allows much more light, giving the darks and lights MUCH more detail. This doesn't just apply to shooting at night, or in low light.. Even during the day, shadows within tree branches and darker images from far away look so much better than those shot with a 1/2.3" camera.
If I haven't said it outright yet- The camera is Awesome! You can watch or read all of the reviews that second guess the camera and say it isn't as good as they advertise it to be, but in my experience so far, it is FANTASTIC. For the size of this drone, there is not another camera on the market that is better. If you don't think this camera is good enough for what you need, then you are likely a professional filming full-time and need to look at getting into the $4,000.00+ space and use a drone 4X larger.
4K HQ mode is awesome. Yeah, the Pro doesn't have optical zoom, but the 4K HQ mode crops the image providing a slightly "closer" shot. Plus, the image quality in 4K HQ mode looks much better when zoomed in during post, and in general in my opinion. This is my favorite 4K option for the M2P.
Flight time is awesome.
OccuSync 2.0 is buttery smooth at long range and the operator experience feels truly premium and professional.
Overall, this drone is amazing.
If you have an original Mavic Pro should you upgrade? Yes, if you have the money to do it.
If you have a Phantom should you get a Mavic 2 Pro? Maybe. The portability of the Mavic 2 Pro is far superior to the Phantom, and the camera quality is very comparable. In many cases, the Mavic 2 Pro actually looks better. But, you will lose that 4K at 60fps. If you are just a hobbyist or only occasionally use your Phantom to make money, the Mavic 2 Pro may be worth switching to.
Don't be scared to buy one.
It’s stabilty is great, even in high wind it hardly drifts around at all.
The only issues I’ve have with it is when folding the rear arms the motors rub against the body very slightly but I just kinda hold them out a little bit and it’s fine.
And the zoom! I didn't think a 2x zoom would be that noticeable but it has made a world of difference. I can bring in distant objects to 'pack them in' with foreground elements much better. Now, you can actually see the mountains behind buildings in town.
I can also get better photos from further away, so I don't disturb anyone (or any animals).
It is incredibly simple to fly, just pay attention and give yourself time to learn. The different perspectives you can get make photography new again!
DJI says the battery is out of warranty, so now I have to buy new batteries... and probably will have to do this each year I guess. I'm hoping they don't say the same thing warrenty when I mail the core drone component, but we'll see.
My wife and I have been flying to together and have gone to some places to explore and found things we didn’t even know existed in the area. Fun exploring.
The photos produced are good quality and some of the programmed modes are also fun to experiment with.