DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo
Mavic Air 2 takes power and portability to the next level, offering advanced features in a compact form factor. Intelligent shooting functions and excellent image quality put aerial masterpieces within reach. Safer, smarter flight enables you to up your game while fully enjoying the creative process.
Using DJI’s renowned 3-axis gimbal system, Mavic Air 2 gives you cinematic stabilization even in windy and unstable environments. This means you can get perfect footage no matter how demanding your shot may be.
Flight Performance & Safety
Mavic Air 2 combines a safe flight with impressive flight performance, giving you the confidence to conquer the skies.
For the ultimate flight experience, Mavic Air 2 has forward, backward, and downward sensors. In addition to this, an auxiliary light improves vision and safety in poor lighting conditions and helps you land safely.
Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0
APAS features advanced mapping technology for reliable obstacle avoidance in complex scenarios. The obstacle avoidance is the best DJI currently offers on any of their drones, giving a safer flight experience wherever you are.
Mavic Air 2 is built for any adventure. To improve anti-interference in different shooting environments, 2.4/5.8GHz dual-frequency communication automatically adjusts to a channel with the least interference in real-time during flight.
Thanks to an upgraded propulsion system, Mavic Air 2 offers up to 34 minutes of battery life, so you no longer have to rush to get the perfect shot. Mavic Air 2 offers a longer battery life than the Mavic Air, which means you can fly longer and extend your creative potential.
- 4K/60fps Video & 48MP Photo
- 34-Min Max Flight Time
- 10km 1080p Video Transmission
- HDR Photo | Video | Panorama
- 8K Hyperlapse
Understanding the rules surrounding drone use is important to ensure the safety of all airspace users. Here at Fly the Farm, we are advocates for ensuring that drone users understand how to fly safely while still having fun. You can find out more via the CASA "Know your Drone" site. Don't forget to subscribe to their e-news to be kept up to date on changes that occur from time to time.