DJI Mavic Air 2 Launched: Price, Specs & More

DJI Mavic Air 2 Launched. Check Price, Availability & Specs.
DJI Mavic Air 2 Launched. Check Price, Availability & Specs.

The Chinese drone manufacturing company DJI has launched yet another gadget called the Mavic Air 2 drone. The newly launched is the successor to the Mavic Air drone that was launched in the year 2018. Air 2 is not the latest drone from DJI anymore since they just released a Mavic Mini sibling, dubbed as Mini 2. You can see which one is better in this guide on Mavic Air 2 vs Mini 2

Price and Availability

The New DJI Drone launched in 2 packages, the standard package has mavic air 2, the required cables and wires, battery and a remote control priced at approx. Rs 60,990. The second package is the fly more option which has items from standard version, 3 batteries, ND filters, charging hub priced for approx Rs. 75,300.

Currently, the dji drone is currently available to purchase in China starting today. For other regions, the new dji drone is expected to be available for purchase and shipped by Mid-may.

Mavir Air 2 Specs & Features

The Mavic Air 2 is still bounty little, however the new form has gained some weight. DJI says that testing and shopper reviews recommended that the vast majority wouldn’t fret dragging a couple of additional grams in return for an impressive overhaul in flight time and, probably, better taking care of in blustery conditions. Far superior, on account of another rotor structure and other streamlined upgrades, DJI is asserting the Mavic Air 2 can remain high up for 34 minutes—a major bounce from the 21 minutes of flight time on the first Mavic Air.

DJI Mavic Air 2 Specs & Features
DJI Mavic Air 2 Specs & Features

The sensor itself is bigger than before as well, 1/2.0″ versus 1/2.3″. While customary video recording stays topped at 4K, the automaton will have the option to shoot 8K Hyperlapses. The field of view (84°) and gap (f/2.8) are basically equivalent to on the original.

The DJI Mavic Air 2 will be bigger and heavier than its ancestor – alongside the expanded load of 570g (up from 430g) comes a bigger battery with 3,500mAh limit. This expands the flight time to 34 minutes (a noteworthy hop from the 21 minutes that the first Air can last). The most extreme speed will continue as before, 68.4 km/h, however the greatest plunge will be knock up to 5 m/s.

OcuSync 2.0 will be bolstered out of the crate, a component from the Mavic Pro, which makes a progressively dependable significant distance association and empowers utilization of the DJI Goggles. The automaton will be packaged with another increasingly able controller for sure.


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