Mavic Air 2

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DJI Mavic Air 2 has 4K 60 FPS, HDR Video, ActiveTrack 3.0 and FocusTrack. Extend your creativity with a 34 minute flight time and a transmission range up to 10km*. Max Speed of 19 m/s.

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DJI Mavic Air 2

Up Your Game

The Mavic Air 2 Is Changing The Game.

DJI's latest Mavic drone has upped the game by offering market leading features in a small, compact chassis. DJI had included brand new intelligent shooting functions that provide excellent image quality combined with a whole new 1/2" inch sensor. Fly smarter, safer and more creatively with the Mavic Air 2 and it's ActiveTrack 3.0 and new automated flying APAS 3.0. Up your creative game with the Mavic Air 2.

As a Mavic series first, the Mavic Air 2 brings in 4K 60 FPS video along with HDR video for extra dynamic range. Take advantage of the H.265 codecs' strong compression allowing you to capture more information, sharper videos whilst using less storage at the same time. This new Quad Bayer sensor also captures 48MP photos which takes landscape photos to another level, perfect for when you travel. Avoid the dreaded range anxiety and fly confidently with OcuSync 2.0 that has a transmission range of up to 10 km*.

Enjoy flying safely with the newly added 4K Zoom Mode allowing you to have 2 x Zoom when shooting 4K videos and 4 x Zoom when shooting Full HD Videos.

The Mavic Air 2 builds upon the strong foundations of the Mavic Air and offers a completely revamped and much more advanced package. It is now the perfect travel drone. Purchase the Mavic Air 2 from D1 Store — DJI's Authorised Retail Store for Australia and enjoy the peace of mind with expert advice, care refresh support and full genuine Australian warranty.

Take advantage our ZipMoney service and receive up to 3 months interest free when you buy from us. With convenient stores located across Australia, DJI drone support and buying has never been easier, shop from World Square (Sydney), Melbourne Central (Victoria), The Glen (Melbourne), Brunswick (Melbourne), Carindale (Brisbane) and Carousel (Perth).

4K 60 FPS Video

Epic Is Smooth

Ultra High definition video has never looked this good before. With the welcomed 60 fps video and the new codec, the video that comes out of the Mavic Air 2 is phenomenal. Enjoy the flexibility of shooting in D-Cinelike flat color profile that retains more imaging information for post-processing, perfect for color grading. With the HEVC H.265 codec, record more image information whilst using less storage to ensure your next level content is sharp and full of detail. Don't forget to share your video with us through our tag @djistoreau.

HDR Video

Epic Is Dynamic

The high performance Quad Bayer image sensor unlocks incredible HDR video, perfect for filming high dynamic scenes. A single frame essentially separates exposure levels in different areas, accurately capturing and exposing light and dark details. The separated images are then layered to create a colorful, balanced and eye catching picture with higher dynamic range compared to normal video.

All In The Details

48MP Photos

With the all new 1/2-inch CMOS sensor, the Mavic Air 2 and Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo captures impressive 48MP photos. Get ready to take your aerial content to a whole another level especially with RAW DNG photo support. This is game changing.

Zoom in even further with the newly added zoom features in videos with 2 x Digital Zoom in 4K and 2.7K video modes and 4 x Digital Zoom in Full HD mode.

Mavic Air 2 48MP Sample Zoom In Photo D1 Store

Optimized Capture

SmartPhoto

The Mavic Air 2 features DJI's newest DJI Fly feature, SmartPhoto, which integrates scene recognition, HyperLight and HDR into one mode for optimal results. Utilizing the power of AI, scene recognition optimizes different camera parameters for various scenes. It can detect and recognize five categories which includes; sunset, skies, grass, snow and trees.

Hyperlight optimizes photos taken in low-light conditions and HDR significantly increases the dynamic range of clarity of your image. In order to achieve this effect, there are advanced algorithms that analyse each scene, adjusting exposure parameters and layering shots to generate nuanced, high-quality photos.

HDR Panorama

The Mavic Air 2 introduces a new way to take panoramas, HDR panoramas. Too often panoramas end up with uneven exposures, over blown highlights or underexposed shadows. Now with HDR panorama, the panorama has an increased higher dynamic range allowing colors to be vivid and incredibly accurate.

The Mavic Air 2 and Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo features a Sony IMX586 image sensor, a sensor phone on some flagship smart phones, that supports Quad Bayer technology, allowing a higher dynamic range color sensitivity. A Quad Bayer sensor effectively is a normal Bayer sensor with 4 pixels behind each color square instead of one. This can have multiple advantages over a typical sensor. In low-light conditions, what essentially happens is the image processor can combine the data of these pixels to form what is essentially a larger pixel (which helps reduce noise) and in normal lighting conditions, the pixels aren't merged and effectively create a larger resolution photo.

The Image Sensor is attached to a class leading three-axis gimbal that stabilizes every shot. This means ultra-reliable photos and videos even in the most windy conditions or unpredictable environments.

Mavic Air 2 HDR Panorama Sample Photo D1 Store

Master The Skies

FocusTrack

Professional quality footage has never been easier to create thanks to FocusTrack. This easy-to-use suite of intelligent tracking modes includes Active Track 3.0, Spotlight 2.0 and Point Of Interest 3.0, helping you unleash your creativity.

ActiveTrack 3.0

ActiveTrack has reach a whole new level on the Mavic Air 2. Following subjects while avoiding obstacles has never been smoother and more reliable. With ActiveTrack 3.0, the Mavic Air 2 has better pathfinding and a faster/more accurate prediction of lost subjects. This technology along with deep-learning allows you to keep your subject of the frame even if they move behind a tree!

Spotlight 2.0

Fly freely whilst the camera remains locked on the subject with this convenient mode. Simply select your subject and fly, the Mavic Air 2 will take care of the rest.

Point Of Interest 3.0

Point of interest 3.0 improves on the existing Point of interest 2.0 especially when it comes to recognizing flat surfaces. With POI 2.0, the drone may lose the target while tracking where POI 3.0 has become more reliable. The Mavic Air 2 is also now able to dynamically track objects like people, cars and boats.

8K Hyperlapse

Time + Movement

The DJI Mavic Air 2 supports Hyperlapse in 8K resolution, allowing you to warp time and space for especially stunning footage, it's clear and tack sharp. The best thing about this hyperlapse is you can achieve this hyper-lapse without complex post processing. Choose between Free, Circle, Course Lock and Waypoint modes, select the shooting location and the DJI Fly app will do the rest.

QuickShots

Imagination Simplified

With just a few taps, you can automatically create cinematic video clips. The Mavic Air 2 flies complicated aerial routes for professional-like shots. Using the in-built editor in DJI Fly, add music, effects and filters or use the intuitive story templates so you can share your masterpiece directly to social media. Feel free to tag us in any of your photos/videos @djistoreau.

OcuSync 2.0

Safer Flight for Stunning Content

OcuSync 2.0 has a video transmission distance of up to 10km (FCC mode) and can also deliver 1080p FHD resolution live stream directly from the drones camera to the remote control. Enjoy more freedom for exploring and more clarity to perfect that shot!

Reliable Signal, Smooth Flight

Like many of the newer DJI drones, the Mavic Air 2 supports 2.4/5.8 Ghz dual-frequency communication and automatically switches to the best channel with the lowest inference in real time. This significantly improves the aircraft's anti-interference ability in challenging environments, increasing flight safety.

Fly Longer

Battery and Flight

Last longer in the air with the Mavic Air 2's impressive battery life of up to 34 minutes, a significant increase over the Mavic Air which only supported up to 21 minutes of flight time. Furthermore, pull off epic fast-paced shots with a max flight speed of 68 k/ph in Sport Mode.

Fly Safer

Obstacle Avoidance

The Mavic Air 2 perceives its environment in three directions: forwards, backwards and downwards. An auxiliary light, similar to the Mavic 2, improves visibility and adds an extra layer of security. Obstacle avoidance provides you with that extra bit of confidence when flying in normal modes. In optimal conditions, the Forward vision sensor is accurate up to 22m, Backward vision sensor is accurate up to 23.6m.

APAS 3.0

Advanced Pilot Assistance System (APAS) 3.0 utilizes the power of advanced mapping technology for smooth following and reliable obstacle avoidance even in complex scenarios. Obstacle avoidance performance and automatic flight planning has dramatically improved compared to the previous generations, increasing safety.

Effortless Editing

DJI Fly App

The DJI Fly App, which is only currently compatible with 64-bit android phones, makes creating flawless videos more convenient than ever. The build in editor provides manual settings, advanced functions and intuitive templates, allowing you to create professional compositions in seconds.

Re-designed Controller

Designed For UAV Pilots

After using the original Mavic Pro controller design for numerous years, DJI has re-innovated the controller to provide a new experience, allowing the device to be mounted on the top, making it faster and easier. The remote controller now has a impressively long battery life of ~240 minutes and features a whole new ergonomic design for a more comfortable grip. Furthermore the integrated antennas improve user experience.

Important Notes

  1. Photos taken in SmartPhoto are limited to 12MP due to how the Quad Bayer sensor operates.
  2. Hyperlapse in 8K resolution is currently only available for Free and Courselock mode.
  3. The 10km and 6km range is rated when it is unobstructed, free of interference. These are ideal conditions and your range may vary depending on different environmental factors.
  4. Some countries may not allow the use of 5.8 Ghz transmission.
  5. The 34 minute flight time is acquired by DJI using a the following testing variables; 9 degrees at a speed of 5.1m/s without wind.
  6. APAS 3.0 and Focus Track are not available when recording in 4K 60,50,48 fps and 1080p — at 120 and 240 fps.
  7. Battery life of the controller was measure with an Android phone in an interface free environment.

DJI Mavic Air 2 In The Box

Mavic Air 2 Specifications Table
Aircraft Values
Weight 570 g
Size Folded: 180mm × 97mm × 84mm (Length × Width × Height)
Unfolded: 183mm × 253mm × 77mm (Length × Width × Height)
Diagonal Distance 302 mm
Max Ascent Speed 4 m/s (S Mode)
4 m/s (N Mode)
Max Descent Speed 3 m/s (S Mode)
3 m/s (N Mode)
5 m/s (S Mode during a sharp descent)
3 m/s (all modes at elevations over 4500 m)
Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level 5000 m
Max Flight Time (without wind) 34 minutes
Max Hover Time (without wind) 33 minutes
Max Flight Distance 18.5 km
Max Horizontal Flight Speed 19 m/s (S Mode)
12 m/s (N Mode)
5 m/s (T Mode)
Max Wind Resistance 8.5-10.5 m/s (Level 5)
Max Tilt Angle 35°(S Mode)
20°(N Mode)*
* 35° under heavy winds
Max Angular Velocity 250°/s (S Mode)
250°/s (N Mode)
Operating Temperature Range 0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Operating Frequency 2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP) 2.400-2.4835 GHz:
FCC: ≤26 dBm CE: ≤20 dBm SRRC: ≤20 dBm MIC: ≤20 dBm
5.725-5.850 GHz:
FCC: ≤26 dBm CE: ≤14 dBm SRRC: ≤26 dBm
Hovering Accuracy Range Vertical:
±0.1 m (with vision positioning)
±0.5 m (with GPS positioning)
Horizontal:
±0.1 m (with vision positioning)
±1.5 m (with GPS positioning)
Propellers Quick release, low noise, folding
Arms Folding
Satellite Systems GPS+GLONASS
Compass Single Compass
IMU Single IMU
Internal Storage 8 GB
Capacity 3500 mAh
Voltage 11.55 V
Charging Voltage Limit 13.2 V
Battery Type LiPo 3S
Energy 40.42 Wh
Weight 198 g
Charging Temperature 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
Max Charging Power 38 W
Sensor 1/2" CMOS Effective Pixels: 12 MP and 48 MP
Lens FOV: 84°
Equivalent Focal Length: 24 mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus Range: 1 m to ∞
ISO Video: 100-6400
Photo (12 MP): 100-3200 (Auto) 100-6400 (Manual)
Photo (48 MP): 100-1600 (Auto) 100-3200 (Manual)
Max Photo Resolution 48 MP 8000 × 6000 pixel
Photo Modes Single: 12 MP and 48 MP
Burst: 12 MP, 3/5/7 frames
Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 12MP, 3/5 Frames at 0.7EV Bias
Timed: 12 MP 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 seconds
SmartPhoto: Scene Recognition, HyperLight, and HDR
HDR Panorama:
Vertical (3×1): 3328×8000 pixels (Width × Height)
Wide (3×3): 8000×6144 pixels (Width × Height)
180° Panorama (3×7): 8192×3500 pixels (Width × Height)
Sphere (3×8+1): 8192×4096 pixels (Width × Height)
Photo Formats JPEG/DNG (RAW)
Video Resolution and Frame Rates 4K Ultra HD: 3840×2160 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps
2.7K: 2688×1512 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps
FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120/240 fps
4K Ultra HD HDR: 3840×2160 24/25/30 fps
2.7K HDR: 2688×1512 24/25/30 fps
FHD HDR: 1920×1080 24/25/30 fps
Color Profiles D-Cinelike, Normal
Video Formats MP4/MOV (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, H.265/HEVC)
Max Bitrate 120 Mbps
Supported SD Cards Supports a microSD with capacity of up to 256 GB
Supported File Systems FAT32 and exFAT
Zoom Not available
Stabilization 3-axis (tilt, roll, pan)
Mechanical Range Tilt: -135° to 45°
Roll: -45° to 45°
Pan: -100° to 100°
Controllable Range Tilt: -90° to 0°(Default)
-90° to 24°(Extended)
Max Controllable Speed (tilt) 100°/s
Angular Vibration Range ±0.01°
Forward Precision Measurement Range: 0.35-22.0 m
Detection Range: 0.35 to 44 m
Effective Sensing Speed: 12 m/s
Field of View (FOV): 71° (horizontal), 56° (vertical)
Backward Precision Measurement Range: 0.37-23.6 m
Detection Range: 0.37-47.2 m
Effective Sensing Speed: 12 m/s
Field of View (FOV): 44° (horizontal), 57° (vertical)
Available Downward Sensors Dual Vision Sensors + Time of Flight Sensors (ToF)
Downward ToF Measurement Range: 0.1-8 m
Hovering Range: 0.5-30 m
Vision Sensor Hovering Range: 0.5-60 m
Left/Right None
Downward Auxillary Light Single LED
Obstacle Avoidance System Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0
Transmission System OcuSync 2.0
2.4 GHz/5.8 GHz Auto-Switching
Max Transmission Distance 10 km (FCC), 6 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC), 6 km (MIC)
Live View Quality 720p@30fps/ 1080@p30fps
Latency (depending on environmental conditions and mobile device) 120-130 ms
Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo FAQ

Questions

Answers

What are the main upgrades of Mavic Air 2 compared to Mavic Air?

The camera performance, flight noise, flight time, and transmission system have all improved significantly, and the new DJI Fly app provides an even more streamlined flying experience.

What app do I use to fly my Mavic Air 2?

Mavic Air 2 can only be used with the DJI Fly app. Try out the flight tutorials in the app to learn to fly your drone safely.

Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the Mavic 2 remote controller?

No.

Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the Smart Controller?

Yes. Mavic Air 2 will be compatible with the Smart Controller through a future firmware update.

How do I mount the propellers on the motors correctly?

Attach the propellers with the white markings to the motors with white markings. Next, attach the propellers without markings to the motors without marking. Ensure the propellers are attached correctly, or the aircraft will not be able to take off.

Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the DJI Goggles or DJI Goggles RE?

No.

Which microSD card should I use?

Recommended microSD cards:


SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB UHS-II V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk High Endurance 64GB UHS-III V30 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 64GB UHS-III 64GB V30 A1 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 256GB UHS-III A2 microSDXC
Lexar 667x 64GB UHS-II V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar High-Endurance 64GB UHS-III V30 microSDXC

Samsung EVO Plus (Yellow) 64GB UHS-III V30 microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus (Red) 64GB UHS-III microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 128GB UHS-III microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 256GB UHS-III microSDXC
Kingston V30 128GB UHS-III microSDXC
Netac 256GB UHS-III A1 microSDXC

Is Mavic Air 2 waterproof?

No.

How do I put on the ND filters?

Carefully hold the camera to prevent damage, and slowly rotate the filter to attach or detach it. Make sure the ND filter is mounted securely to avoid accidental detachment during flight.

Does Mavic Air 2 feature an auxiliary LED light?

Yes. Mavic Air 2 has an auxiliary light for improved vision and safety, similar to the Mavic 2 series.

Does Mavic Air 2 provide omnidirectional obstacle sensing?

No. Mavic Air 2 provides forward, backward, and downward obstacle sensing.

What is the difference between APAS 2.0 and APAS 3.0?

APAS 3.0 has been dramatically improved compared to previous generations. The system generates a real-time map of its surroundings and currently offers the best obstacle avoidance available on a DJI aircraft.

What is the difference between ActiveTrack 2.0 and ActiveTrack 3.0?

APAS 3.0 greatly improves the tracking and recognition capabilities of ActiveTrack 3.0 for Mavic Air 2. When the subject is lost, it is able to re-establish tracking faster than ever, all while actively avoiding obstacles.

How has OcuSync 2.0 been improved?

OcuSync 2.0 supports both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands. It features stronger interference resistance due to automatic frequency switching, delivering 1080p video transmission feeds at up to 10 km (when unobstructed, free of interference, and FCC-compliant).

Does the remote controller support HDMI?

No.

How can I improve signal reception?

The smartphone clamp of the remote controller houses the antennas. Make sure that the antennas are pointed toward the aircraft. Check the user manual for more information about setting the antenna direction. Additionally, ensure you are not wearing any transmitting wearables, and that Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are turned off on your phone.

What are the advantages of the new remote controller?

The remote controller boasts a prolonged battery life of up to 240 minutes, a more comfortable grip, an improved antenna design, and a more convenient line of sight when looking from screen to drone.

What photo resolutions and formats are available?

Normal photos can be taken in 12 MP or 48 MP, and RAW format is also available for more advanced editing.

What video modes does Mavic Air 2 support?

Mavic Air 2 supports normal video at up to 4K/60fps and HDR video at up to 4K/30fps. Slow-motion videos are available in 1080p with up to 240 fps (8x slow-motion).

Can I shoot in Dlog or a different flat color profile?

Mavic Air 2 offers D-Cinelike as a flat color profile.

What are the advantages of a Quad Bayer filter?

When shooting videos, a Quad Bayer filter allows the camera to control the use of short, medium, and long exposure times in the same pixel array, which results in higher dynamic range. For photos, the filter allows for taking high-resolution photos of up to 48 MP.

What are the advantages of the H.265 video codec?

The HEVC (H.265) is a more modern video codec than H.264; it retains more information and uses less storage space.

Can I control the camera manually?

Yes.

What is SmartPhoto?

SmartPhoto integrates scene recognition, Hyperlight, and HDR into one mode for optimal results. Scene recognition optimizes different camera parameters for different scenes and supports intelligent recognition of five categories: sunset, blue sky, grass, snow, and green trees. Hyperlight optimizes photos taken at night or in low-light situations. HDR selects the best image from multiple layers thanks to an adaptive dynamic expansion algorithm that determines optimal parameters.

In what Hyperlapse modes can I record in 8K?

8K resolution can only be used in Free and CourseLock modes, and will be available soon via a firmware update.

What is FocusTrack mode?

FocusTrack consists of three different intelligent tracking modes, ActiveTrack 3.0, Point of Interest 3.0 (POI), and Spotlight 2.0. All three modes offer different tracking features for any situation.

What intelligent flight modes does Mavic Air 2 support?

Mavic Air 2 supports QuickShot, Hyperlapse, and FocusTrack.

Are there any video recording settings where APAS 3.0 or FocusTrack are unavailable?

APAS 3.0 and FocusTrack are not available while recording in 4K at 60, 50 and 48 fps and 1080p at 120 and 240 fps.

How do I update the firmware of Mavic Air 2?

You can either update the firmware over the DJI Fly app or the DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic desktop software (available for Mac and Windows). Both can be found on DJI's official homepage.

What do I do if the remote controller and battery firmware versions don't match?

Use either the DJI Fly app or DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic to update the firmware.

Will DJI Fly work with 32 bit Android devices? 
Unfortunately not at this moment.