In case you were wondering what the all-new DJI Mavic 2 would look like, then you are in luck. A picture has just surfaced on the internet, and it appears that this just might be the drone you were looking for.
Like its predecessor, this drone can also be folded and isn’t your average drone by all means, since it can do what other drones can’t. To excite you more, The DJI Mavic 2 appears to have two models. One of them is a Zoom model and the other a Pro. Don’t worry about their different speeds or ranges, since both of them are supposed to fly at the same max speed of 45 miles per hour with a radius of 5 miles. That’s a lot.
Officially, DJI itself hasn’t even revealed if they are actually going to be launching this model, and there haven’t been any words from their spokesperson as well. On the other hand, it isn’t the first time that a leaked image of the would-be drone has gotten into the hands of people, but it surely might not be last either. About the leak itself, the image is sourced to be from the United Kingdom itself where specific attention is brought to drones because of the latest Argos Catalogue.
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Another bright aspect about both of the models is that they will both feature 360 degrees of collision detection as well. On top of that, these shall also have DJI’s Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems and Active Track 2.0 too. Both of these technologies are supposed to help those who are piloting the drones in better controlling them. Sadly, the battery life isn’t that great and is restricted to just a bit over half an hour.
On the other hand, the major selling point about the Pro version of its drone is its 1-inch CMOS Hasselblad camera. The Zoom model has a 2x zoom lens as the name suggests. Though there is no word in the Argos advertisement if the gimbals are removable.
As of now, pricing and release dates are not available either. Though according to expectations, you would be able to see the new models in a month or maybe soon. Also, you can expect the prices to be similar to the current Mavic model, though the Pro and Zoom versions are expected to be priced differently.