DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo with Smart Controller
Mavic Air 2 uses power and portability with the DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo with Smart Controller. Offering advanced features in a concise form, the Mavic Air 2 features intelligent shooting functions and unparalleled image quality.
Up the Game One Shot At a Time
Aerial shots are now easy thanks to the effortlessly smooth 4K/60fps video.
Spectacular HDR video comes naturally with a high-performance Quad Bayer image sensor in the DJI Mavic Air 2.
Mavic Air 2 includes a Sony IMX586 image sensor and supports Quad Bayer technology, providing higher dynamic range and color sensitivity.
The three-axis gimbal stabilizes every shot which means that ultra-reliable photos and video, even in windy conditions or unpredictable environments, are now at your fingertips.
Time and Movement
With Hyperlapse in 8K, you can warp time and space for incredible footage and attain this without complicated post-processing. You can choose between Free, Circle, Course Lock, and Waypoint modes, select the shooting location, and the DJI Fly app will take care of the rest.
Reliable Signal, Smooth Flight
Battery and Flight
Stay in the air long enough to get the perfect capture with an impressive battery life of up to 34 minutes and pull off epic, fast-paced shots with a max flight speed of 68 kph in Sport mode.
Mavic Air 2 perceives its environment in three directions: forward, backward, and downward. An auxiliary light improves visibility, and the extra layer of security that obstacle avoidance provides is ideal for pushing the limits of what is possible.
Accurate up to 22 meters
Accurate up to 23.6 meters
The auxiliary light assists with visual positioning, safe landing and visibility in the air. It can be turned on and off manually.
The newly designed remote controller is designed for the pilot and boasts an impressive long battery life of 4 hours and features an ergonomic design for a comfortable grip.
Two ND filter sets help control exposure and provide more creative options. The ND 16/64/256 set is helpful when adjusting shutter speed and in extreme lighting conditions, while the ND 4/8/32 set enables vivid, bright images even with low ISO values.