DJI, the popular drone maker, is gearing up for the launch of the Mavic Air 2. However, just prior to its launch, an FCC certification was spotted which revealed the specs of the drone, while the close up images of the drone were also revealed accidentally, by a DJI partner website.
According to DroneDJ, the reporting agency that first broke the news, DJI Mavic Air 2 will cost 799 US Dollars. Furthermore, leaks had pointed at the successor having a 50 percent larger battery with a flight up time also being a couple of minutes higher than the Mavic 2. Reportedly, it can reach speeds up to 42.5 miles per hour, similar to the Mavic Aircamera will capture images up to 48 megapixel and record 4K videos as well.
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In terms of stabilization, it has a 3 axis image stabilizer alongside several intelligent automated photo modes, like the ActiveTrack 3.0 that allows users to pick a subject for the drone to follow automatically. Unfortunately, it is still unclear when the Mavic Air 2 will actually go on sale, however, DJI has scheduled an event for the 27th of April 2020, so we may see the drone being unveiled on that same date.
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