DJI Mavic 2 Pro — Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera 3-Axis Gimbal HDR 4K Video Adjustable Aperture 20MP 1″ CMOS Sensor, up to 48mph, Gray

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  • Equipped with a Hasselblad L1D-20c camera with a 20MP 1” CMOS Sensor, the Mavic 2 camera drone lets you capture gorgeous aerial shots in stunning color detail.
  • Up to 31 minutes flight time, 44 mph max speed, 907G takeoff weight, 3-axis gimbal for steady shots, 8GB internal storage, SD card Support up to 128 GB
  • Functions include ActiveTrack 2.0, Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing, Hyperlapse, Low-Noise Design, Adjustable Aperture, HDR Photos
  • The standard remote controller offers up to 135 minutes of battery life on a full charge. Use with the DJI GO 4 App on your smartphone.
  • DJI GO 4 App requires iOS 10.0.2, Android 5.0 or above. Compatible devices include: iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus, 7, 6s Plus, 6s, 6 Plus, 6, SE, iPad Pro, iPad, Air 2, mini 4. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, S10, S9 Plus, S9, S8 Plus, S7, S7 Edge, S6, S6 Edge, Note 8, Huawei P30 Pro, P30, P20 Pro, P20, P10 Plus, P10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10, Mate 9 Pro, Mate 9, Mate 8, Honor 8X, 10, 9, 20 Pro, Magic 2, Vivo X20, X9, NEX, X27, X21, X20A, Oppo Find X, R15, R11, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, 2, 8, 6, Redmi Note 5, OnePlus 7, 6T, 5, Pixel 3 XL, 2 XL, 2, Google Pixel 2XL, OnePlus 6, 5T.
  • What you get: DJI Mavic 2 Pro, Intelligent Flight Battery, Gimbal Protector, Remote Controller, 3x Propellers (Pair), Battery Charger, Power Cable, Communication Cable (USB3. 0 Type-C), USB adapter, Spare Control Sticks (Pair), RC Cable (Lightning Connector), RC Cable (Standard Micro USB Connector), RC Cable (USB Type-C Connector)
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DJI Mavic 2 Pro — Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera 3-Axis Gimbal HDR 4K Video Adjustable Aperture 20MP 1″ CMOS Sensor, up to 48mph, Gray
DJI Mavic 2 Pro — Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera 3-Axis Gimbal HDR 4K Video Adjustable Aperture 20MP 1″ CMOS Sensor, up to 48mph, Gray




Specification: DJI Mavic 2 Pro — Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera 3-Axis Gimbal HDR 4K Video Adjustable Aperture 20MP 1″ CMOS Sensor, up to 48mph, Gray



Media Type

Micro SD



Video Capture Resolution


Effective Still Resolution

20 MP

Connectivity Technology

Lightning, Micro USB (Type-B), USB-C

Included Components

DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone Quadcopter Camera

Item Weight

2 pounds

Battery Capacity

59.29 Amp Hours

Video Capture Format


Control Type

Remote Control

Model Name

DJI Mavic 2 Pro

Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Polymer

Wireless Communication Technology


Are Batteries Included


Remote Control Included


Optical Sensor Technology


Rechargeable Battery Included


Product Dimensions

9.8 x 9.7 x 4.5 inches

Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

August 23, 2018



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4 reviews for DJI Mavic 2 Pro — Drone Quadcopter UAV with Hasselblad Camera 3-Axis Gimbal HDR 4K Video Adjustable Aperture 20MP 1″ CMOS Sensor, up to 48mph, Gray

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    I know there have been drone operators out there for 50 years but for someone like me to be able to pick this up and fly it is just awesome. I could rave about how awesome this thing is for hours so I will limit the rest of my review to the things that bother me about it.

    0) I got it on sale for black Friday for quite a deal, I’m not so sure I’d be as happy if I paid full price.

    1) Often I get out in the field and am told I need to update firmware, even though I just did it two days ago (and you can’t fly unless you do). So check before you go out. This is actually the #1 thing that bothers me.

    2) You cant’ to the USB or SD slot without opening the arms up. This is the #2 thing that bothers me.

    3) It seems they over-hyped the camera. I am a photographer and the camera is kind of meh. You can shoot in RAW (dng) and you can fully control the aperture, ISO, and shutter … which is super awesome and there a ton of modes (which are all awesome) but as soon as you start cropping, you start to see issues and I think I unreasonably might have expected the quality to be a little better.

    4) DJI is a little too big brother (Which extra concerns me with the new FAA regs coming down the pike). Speaking of which, make sure to read up on that before dumping this kind of money into a drone that might be grounded in a year or two. Also, they are based in China so China probably knows where you fly your drone.

    5) I’ve been through TWO controllers in a few months. The dials on top of the controller broke on both of them with light use (they stick and don’t jump back into position). They appear to be very cheap and break easily. I intend to send them both back for repair one at a time so I’m not grounded, but it sucks.

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  3. A.J Galecki

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     Only thing I dislike about the Mavic 2 Pro is that the battery doesn’t last long, especially in the windy beach area I live.

    I get 20-25 minutes, just because the bird is always self-correcting as it fights the wind gusts. I go easy on the throttle and speed, but still, this area is windy.

    Other than the battery not lasting long, this thing yields great, satisfying results. You don’t need to have prior experience flying RC aircraft, because the thing stays in flight by itself.

    It automatically does all the corrections and compensations. All you need to do is watch your surroundings and go up, down, left or right as you move the camera gimbal to your liking.

    Once you get used to the controls, it’s intuitive, plus you also can configure them to your preference. This thing has very advanced systems to stay in impressively stable flight while you focus on your image composition.

    It comes with Beginner Mode enabled, so the drone doesn’t get more than 100 feet away from you or higher than 98 feet, and it also restricts its speed and control sensitivity.

    It also won’t take off without a GPS signal lock. It’s a nice feature. I used it for three battery changes to really learn everything before disabling it. This type of camera drone feels very different from RC helicopters and smaller drones, which require constant control input.

    As long as you respect the law and fly safe, you’ll find a new source of joy and creativity in a flying camera. Everything looks different from up there. You have so many more possibilities for composing photo and video scenes.

    Anyway, the colors on the camera are very natural and lifelike. Those shots I enclosed are DNG files converted to JPEG on Snapseed without any adjustments.

    Last three shots are JPEGs straight out of the drone so you can see that Hasselblad’s HNCS color profile look is more than just marketing non-sense.

    The video I enclosed was shot in H.265 in the regular color mode, not in DLog-M or HLG, to show you what choices the drone made.

    I do prefer DLog-M to preserve highlights, and to color-grade the footage to my preference. As you can see in that video, the highlights are blown-out in the waves.

    I highly recommend the Mavic 2 Pro. That little Sony-powered Hasselblad camera is the real deal. Videos look great, too, but you want this model for the photo quality and colors.

    There are newer DJI drones now, such as the Air 2S, which I also own, and the recently released Mavic 3, but the sensor crop on the Mavic 2 Pro’s 4K HQ Mode gives it a cinematic look.

    It’s a unique aesthetic to this drone, plus its video is not ultra-sharp for being 4K, so it looks more filmic and less digital.


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  4. A.J Galecki

    I’m not exactly sure what year the guys from DJI are from, but its not the 2010’s or 2020’s. The technology they are creating, and innovating, with really no other competition, is mind boggling. The only explanation is they are from the distant future and DJI created a time machine, probably what the Mavic Pro 5 is going to come with, and they are currently in our dimension to «wow» us.

    Seriously, though. I have owned some drones in the past from DJI but the Mavic Pro 2 is something special. I paid roughy $1499 for mine, although the price seems to fluctuate these days due to changing tariffs. I would say if you work in the professional photo or video realm, this piece of tech is worth every penny and more. In fact, if I were to lose or break mine and had to buy a new one, and they were now selling for $2,500… I’d still buy it. Thats how much I value this piece of equipment.

    Work I’ve done with my drone includes wedding films, YouTube videos, landscape photos for canvas prints, land surveillance, dolphin watching (and Manta-ray watching, yes Id fly it out from the beach shoreline and you can see these awesome animals in their habitat), self filming (using the built in tracking), and general photography and videography from viewpoints otherwise inaccessible.

    The thing about drones that some people overlook, is they arent just for video, flying over awesome landscapes to get cool video. These things basically give you range and POV that was previously impossible for creators. I included a shot I took of a protest at Jackson Square in New Orleans, this shot would’ve been impossible without a helicopter 10 years ago.

    The 1″ sensor on this drones camera is noting short of incredible. Some Full Frame users (such as myself, I shoot with an a7iii) will scuff at such a «small» sensor which is honestly silly. Its still much larger than your phone or a GoPros sensor, and it does an incredible job with image quality, both video and photo.

    Low light, this is the best drone ive ever used as well. Although generally the best time to fly for me is sunrise and sunset. Its when the Earth is most beautiful, and this drone captures every square inch of beauty.

    This thing apparently can go around 5 miles from the controller!? Ive never even taken it a full mile away (ive gotten close though). I cant imagine going that far, although if the situation called for it, I would. With that said, ive had exactly ZERO issues with losing connectivity. Ive never once had any scares (with the exception of a mamma bird trying to attack it once when I was close to a nest unbeknown to me).

    The last thing Ill say about this drone that just makes me gush is the portability. When you open the box and get familiar with it, its like these guys just refined every possible thing. The controller breaks down so intuitively and folds up, the drone gets small enough to the size of a DSLR footprint, so it fits in most of my camera bags easily.

    I never go to a shoot without this thing. My essentials for any shoot is my camera body, my 24-70, and my drone. Its that simple, this is an essential piece of kit to me, and I cannot say enough good things about it.

    I dont even have anything negative to say. I won’t say the battery life is bad, 30 minutes of flight time is plenty if you plan your shots out and dont just fly aimlessly. Bring an extra battery if you’re going on a trip somewhere remote.

    I’m sure the new Mavic Air 2 is amazing as well, and idk what the Mavic Pro 3 is going to bring because this drone, by almost all my criteria, is near perfect.

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