The DJI Mavic 2 Pro is a compact yet powerful quadrotor drone with an integrated, Hasselblad-designed, gimbal-stabilized 4K camera, and it’s a follow-up to the popular Mavic Pro. Key features include:
10-bit Dlog-M or HDR with 20MP 4K Hasselblad camera
45 mph max speed in sport mode
31-minute flight time & up to 5 miles line-of sight control
Standard DJI Mavic remote included
DJI + Hasselblad. DJI partnered with Hasselblad to make sure the Mavic Pro 2’s low light performance and color accuracy could stand out in a crowd. Equipped with the Hasselblad L1D-20c camera, the Mavic Pro 2 features a 1” 20MP CMOS sensor with proprietary Hasselblad imaging adapted for aerial use. This camera is capable of capturing 10-bit using Dlog-M or HDR and features an adjustable aperture range of f/2.8-f/11. If you’re a first generation Mavic Pro user, be warned, DJI did remove the DCI 4K resolution option here but with the upgraded color reproduction, we don’t think many people will miss it.
High Resolution, Stabilized Shooting. The DJI Mavic 2 Pro is a lightweight quadcopter that can shoot video in UHD 4K (3840 × 2160) at up to 30 frames per second. While shooting in 1080p, the drone has the capability of extending that up to 120 frames per second. A photo mode offers the choice of 5472 × 3648 pixel DNG raw or jpeg images, and the sharpness of the camera’s photo and video capture is maximized by DJI’s super-smooth, fully integrated 3-axis gimbal.
Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing. The Mavic 2 Pro has a new sensor array to provide obstacle sensing and avoidance on all sides. With that, DJI designed the new APAS feature to take advantage of that by automatically sensing and avoiding obstacles in the drone’s flight path with minimal input needed from the user.
45 Mph Top Speed & 31 Minute Flight Time. DJI reports that in lab tests with ideal conditions (Read: not the places you’ll likely be using it) the drone has a 31 minute flight time. A more realistic average is probably around 20-25 minutes. The Mavic 2 Pro can reach speeds of up to 45 mph, a 5 mph improvement over the original Mavic Pro.
Drone Control From 5 Miles Line-Of-Sight. This rental includes the Mavic’s stock twin stick controller which works in tandem with the DJI Go app to allow control at distances of around 5 miles line-of-sight. Video can be monitored at 1080p, and the “OcuSync 2.0” system auto-detects the best frequency to make it happen. Once again, DJI reports this distance as ideal line-of-sight conditions. Your literal mileage may vary.
Subject Tracking Modes. The gimbal offers multiple options for locking onto and easily tracking subjects like people, vehicles, and landmarks. Trajectory prediction and high-speed tracking features are both beefed up from its predecessor. Landing is simplified to a button press, returning the drone to the location where it took off from, and lowering itself delicately onto the ground.
Mavic Support And Resources. Click HERE to be swept away to DJI’s support site for the Mavic 2 Pro drone. We’ve linked important videos and manuals below, but there is a lot more to learn! Go ahead and familiarize yourself with the videos and resources on the support page so you’ll have more time to actually fly when your rental arrives.
The SSID and password can be found on the arms of the drone and inside the battery compartment.
Smartphones between .25 inches and .33 inches thick and up to 6.2 inches long will fit in the device. Phone cases are not accommodated.
Turn on the Mavic in Wi-Fi mode. Then, press and hold the link button for 5 seconds.
Firmware can be updated through the DJI Go 4 app wirelessly as long as the mobile device is connected to the internet.
We’ll update firmware as the equipment moves through our building. However, as drone firmware is updated on an almost daily basis, the user must ensure the firmware is current before flight. Without up-to-date firmware, drone functionality could be limited. Access to the internet is required to update drone firmware.
|Electronic Shutter Speed||
Photo: JPEG / DNG (RAW)
|Gimbal - Controllable Range||
|Gimbal - Stabilization||
3-axis (tilt, roll, pan)
FOV: about 77°
|Maximum Ascent Speed||
5 m/s (S-mode), 4 m/s (P-mode)
|Maximum Bit Rate||
|Maximum Descent Speed||
|Maximum Flight Distance||
|Maximum Flight Time||
|Maximum Hovering Time||
|Remote - Maximum Transmission Distance||
|Remote - Operating Frequency||
2.400 – 2.483 GHz
|Still Photography Modes||
|Video Recording Modes||
4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p
Case - SKB 1309-6 (H37)
Drone - DJI Mavic 2 Pro Quick Start Guide