DJI Mavic 2 Pro - Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera

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A fold-up drone designed for fun. While the drone itself may be small, its physical stature does not belie the number of features DJI stuffed inside. Among the new features are OcuSync, an updated video and data transmission system, FlightAutonomy obstacle avoidance, ActiveTrack automatic subject tracking modes, and a gimbal-stabilized camera system that can capture 4K videos and 12MP photos.
OcuSync can transmit video in 720p resolution from up to 4.3 miles away. At shorter transmission distances, full-HD 1080p video transmission to the newly designed compact remote controller is possible.
If you’re the type who wants to make films with your drone, ActiveTrack offers three different ways to automatically track your subjects, keeping them in frame. Trace mode ensures that the Mavic Pro follows your subject from behind, in front, or by circling around them. Profile mode enables the drone to fly beside your subject, keeping a safe distance. Spotlight mode keeps the camera trained on your subject, regardless of the drone’s orientation, letting you direct the drone for framing without having to worry about camera positioning.
The Mavic Pro houses a camera capable of recording high-resolution 4K videos at 30 fps and 12MP still images. The camera is suspended on a miniature 3-axis motorized gimbal, which counteracts vibrations and other drone movements. Having a gimbal for stabilization leaves you with stable footage, without resorting to digital processing that could result in inferior resolution. More advanced photographers may want to consider shooting 12MP photos in the DNG raw file format for more flexibility in post-capture adjustments. Another new feature introduced on the Mavic Pro is the Gesture mode.

DJI Mavic 2 Pro - Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera

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A fold-up drone designed for fun. While the drone itself may be small, its physical stature does not belie the number of features DJI stuffed inside. Among the new features are OcuSync, an updated video and data transmission system, FlightAutonomy obstacle avoidance, ActiveTrack automatic subject tracking modes, and a gimbal-stabilized camera system that can capture 4K videos and 12MP photos.
OcuSync can transmit video in 720p resolution from up to 4.3 miles away. At shorter transmission distances, full-HD 1080p video transmission to the newly designed compact remote controller is possible.
If you’re the type who wants to make films with your drone, ActiveTrack offers three different ways to automatically track your subjects, keeping them in frame. Trace mode ensures that the Mavic Pro follows your subject from behind, in front, or by circling around them. Profile mode enables the drone to fly beside your subject, keeping a safe distance. Spotlight mode keeps the camera trained on your subject, regardless of the drone’s orientation, letting you direct the drone for framing without having to worry about camera positioning.
The Mavic Pro houses a camera capable of recording high-resolution 4K videos at 30 fps and 12MP still images. The camera is suspended on a miniature 3-axis motorized gimbal, which counteracts vibrations and other drone movements. Having a gimbal for stabilization leaves you with stable footage, without resorting to digital processing that could result in inferior resolution. More advanced photographers may want to consider shooting 12MP photos in the DNG raw file format for more flexibility in post-capture adjustments. Another new feature introduced on the Mavic Pro is the Gesture mode.

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