DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo - Drone Quadcopter UAV with 48MP Camera 4K Video 8K Hyperlapse 1/2" CMOS Sensor 3-Axis Gimbal 34min Flight Time ActiveTrack 3.0 Ocusync 2.0, Gray

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  • UP YOUR GAME: The Mavic Air 2 camera drone takes power and portability to the next level. It combines a powerful camera with intelligent shooting modes for stunning results. Push your imagination to its limits because aerial photography has never been this easy.
  • NEXT-LEVEL CONTENT: Capture impressive 48MP photos with a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor while the 3-axis gimbal provides 4K/60fps video. The secret to incredible HDR video is a high-performance Quad Bayer image sensor. OcuSync 2.0 has a video transmission distance of up to 6.2mi / 10 km and can also deliver 1080p FHD resolution livestream directly from the drones camera.
  • IMPROVED FLIGHT: An impressive flight time of up to 34 minutes allows you to pull off epic, fast-paced shots. Obstacle sensing in three directions makes it extra convenient for beginners and improves safety for your Mavic Air 2.
  • INTELLIGENT TRACKING: Mavic Air 2 features intuitive shooting functions that make aerial photography easier than ever. Spotlight 2.0 keeps the camera locked on a subject while you fly freely. ActiveTrack 3.0 keeps subjects centered. POI 3.0 tracks moving subjects like people and vehicles.
  • APP COMPATIBILITY: The DJI Fly app requires iOS v10.0, Android v6.0, 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), iPad Pro (9.7), iPad Air 2 (9.7), iPad mini 4 (8), iPad Pro (10.5), iPad Pro 2018 11, iPad Pro 12.9, Samsung Galaxy (S20, S10+, S10, S9+, S9, S8+, S8, S7 edge, S7, S6, Note10+, Note9, Note8), Huawei (P30 Pro, P30, P20, P10, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 10, nova 5, nova 4, nova 3e, nova 2, Honor 8X, 10, 9, 20 Pro, Magic 2, Mi 8, MIX 2S, MIX 2, Redmi Note 5, Oppo Find X, R15, Vivo NEX, X27, X21, X20A, OnePlus 7, 6T, 5, Pixel 3 XL, 2 XL, 2, LG V20, LG G6, Sony Xpeial 1.
  • WHAT YOU GET: Mavic Air 2 Aircraft, Remote Controller, 3x Intelligent Flight Battery, 6x Low-Noise Propellers (Pair), RC Cables (USB Type-C, Lightning, Standard Micro-USB), Control Stick, Gimbal Protector, Battery Charger, Battery Charging Hub, Battery to Power Bank Adapter, Shoulder Bag, ND Filters Set (ND16/64/256), Manuals, AC Power Cable, Type-C Cable.


Overview: 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. In the Box: - Mavic Air 2 Aircraft × 1 - Remote Controller × 1 - Intelligent Flight Battery × 3 - Low-Noise Propellers (Pair) × 6 - RC Cables (USB Type-C) × 1 - RC Cables (Lightning) × 1 (on remote controller) - RC Cables (Standard Micro-USB) × 1 - Spare Control Sticks (Pair) × 1 - Gimbal Protector × 1 - Battery Charger × 1 - Battery Charging Hub × 1 - Battery to Power Bank Adapter × 1 - Shoulder Bag × 1 - ND Filters Set (ND16//64/256) × 1 - Manuals × 1 - AC Power Cable × 1 - Type-C Cable × 1 Scene recognition optimizes different camera parameters for various scenes and supports intelligent recognition of five categories: sunset, skies, grass, snow, and trees.

Product Dimensions: 7.09 x 3.82 x 3.31 inches

Item Weight: 1.26 pounds

Item model number: CP.MA.00000167

Batteries: 3 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available: April 26, 2020

Manufacturer: DJI Service LLC

Country of Origin: China

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5.0 out of 5 stars | If you don’t want to spend as much for the mavic 2 pro, this is a great alternative
Size: DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo
The media could not be loaded. I just got mine last week. I’ve flown it probably 8 times so far and have a few things to report. Right out of the box, two things occurred to me. This is a smaller mavic pro with some nice enhancements. The bag that it comes with is well designed and the whole package fits nicely in a smaller space. It’s fantastic imo. Everything fits and there’s room for all the accessories. Image quality I find that for me—shooting around dusk and dawn are ideal times of day because the sun is not front lighting the earth and golden hour shooting lasts only a short period of time. In general, I prefer to shoot within 2 hours after sunrise and before sunset. When it gets dark enough to shoot above 100 ISO for video, noise becomes apparent in 4K. The image looks great at 100 ISO. It falls in line nicely with what the whole line of dji drones can do in the mavic series. It actually looks better than the Mavic Zoom, less moire. They’ve put a new sensor into the Mavic air 2. The quad bayer chip is an upgrade from previous sensors. I think this may not help the resolution so much as the camera’s ability to see a wider range of light and dark. HDR mode is one of the benefits of the quad bayer sensor. However, I didn’t see any major improvements in the dynamic range between my three drones. One additional thing, and this is a known issue with HDR, is that the image becomes a bit more jelly like with heavy left/right motion because of how the sensor must double expose to capture highlight and lowlight data simultaneously. Still though, I like the image straight out of the box. I think it’s a bit crazy that you can record 4K 60FPS on this camera. There’s not a lot I can say about the DJI fly app other than it’s a nicely streamlined version of the dji go apps. It’s smoother and simpler. There is one function that I think is interesting. The fly spots is a cool idea whether you’re into doing what’s been done or knowing what’s been done and avoiding it. When that map has been populated more, I think it’ll be a unique tool to help people get closer to what they want. The fly more combo includes a few things that I think are necessities if you’re not just going out for a casual flight. First, they give you ND filters. The camera cannot change it’s iris so the settings you change for your exposure are the Shutter and the ISO. Raising the ISO increases noise and exposing with the shutter too high creates this jittery effect to the action. All cameras deal with this so the ND is super helpful when you’re shooting in bright sunlight. If you’re trying to get nicer images and you don’t want to spend the extra money for the fly more combo, at least order the ND filters. They also include a USB battery adapter in the kit, which allows you to charge anything that uses USB off of the drones batteries. Maybe you need to charge a second phone and you’re nowhere near your car? Maybe you need to charge the controller? It’s a smart alternate use of the drone’s batteries They’ve also smartly included extra rc sticks, iPhone cable and props in case you lose either. I rarely lose my gear, but if I’m moving fast, these small parts can easily fall down so it’s great to have backups. One thing to notes is that it takes the Mavic Air 2 Batteries a little longer to charge than the Pro, so it might be worth picking up an extra battery if you’re planning to fly a bunch in one day. However, with that said, I got about 30 minutes of flight time on my first flight. The new controller is nicely streamlined. It appears to have joined the phone holder and antennae into one piece, which is great. It’s easier to install the phone on the new controller than the previous models because the controller clamps down on the sides of the phone that don’t have the lightning connector. I also appreciate the iPhone being placed above the controller. It’s easier to see. There is one additional thing they’ve added to this drone that I knew was coming in the future and now that it’s here, I’m a little less worried about it now than when I first heard about it. ADS-B is an aircraft tracking system that is used in all modern aircraft now and keeps pretty formidably accurate tabs on where all aircraft are at all times. Just look on and you’ll see how many flights you can track live with incredible altitude and flight detail. I thought the addition of the airsense chip that provides ADS-B for the drone might make it easier to track consumers, but instead it’s actually just a receiver that listens for manned aircraft. When a plane armed with ads-b flies towards the mavic air 2, the mavic warns the user through the app that the aircraft is on a collision course and tells the drone operator to move through the app. This is a huge positive development in my opinion. Right away, when I turned it on, I saw that there were planes heading my way. Frankly, if I’m flying a mile away—which I have with this drone—knowing all the hazards around me is essential. I don’t want to endanger people and I don’t want to lose a drone that I’ve spent good money on. Overall, I think this drone is a good choice for shooters who need a quick and small drone but don’t have the resources for a bigger drone like the inspire 2. It’s smaller than the Mavic 2 Pro and still provides good image quality on H.265. I think if you’ve got $1000 to spend to go adventuring with it, this will enhance your experience. There are a lot of clever additions to this beast and it’s all packed into a tiny package. I have a few tips for the uninitiated as well: If you want to get the most natural movement to your videos from this drone, use the ND filters on a bright day. These filters will reduce the light hitting the sensor, allowing you to slow the shutter down for less choppy motion blur. As a rule of thumb, you want to expose your shutter at double the frame rate (ie 24fps, 1/48th of a second or 30fps, 1/60fps). Professional hyperlapses have smooth, consistent movement and this drone can do a few moves on its own very effectively, like course lock for instance. I strongly suggest filming in non-windy conditions and to not use the free movement mode for the best results. One last tip, you don’t even need to fly the drone to take advantage of its stabilized camera. You can fold up the arms and run around with the camera just like you would a regular gimbaled camera. It won’t record sound, but for those shots that don’t require sound in your edit, it’s a perfect hack for steady footage.
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2020 by Bennett Cerf

5.0 out of 5 stars | It's a great Mavic
Size: DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo
The media could not be loaded. I've flown nearly all the DJI drones since the Phantom 3. The Mavic Air 2 really is fun to fly, and it's easy to see how it does everything better than older generations. I took it out for the first time in high-wind conditions, and it held up really well. Got some great short videos with QuickShots on our hike. The new ActiveTrack is really responsive. The camera is miles ahead of the Mavic Pro's. And it stayed in the air for a crazy long time! One battery gets you up to 34 minutes. Also, the new warning system that alerts you when another aircraft is nearby said there was a helicopter was approaching. About a minute after the warning showed up, a helicopter swooped in at an unexpectedly low altitude. Fortunately, I was able to bring the Mavic back just in time. Setup didn't take long and was pretty intuitive. The tutorial videos when you first boot up the app are a nice refresher for those who haven't flown in a while. But WARNING: Charge the batteries with the single-battery charger instead of the charging hub before you first use them. Apparently this can prevent battery issues some users have reported.
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2020 by Fleena Zhang

1.0 out of 5 stars | Unable to activate. Do not buy until they fix issues.
Size: DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo
Unable to activate drone. Tried multiple phones and nothing. I even downloaded dji flight assistant on the pc and reinstalled firmware and nothing. Extremely disappointed with DJI. Their customer service is a joke. 5/30/2020 UPDATE: received new Mavic from amazon and was able to activate without any issues. New owners please activate before updating to new firmware! I repeat activate drone before installing new firmware and you should be good!
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020 by W. Gonzalez

5.0 out of 5 stars | Great unit once you get one that activates
Size: DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo
Apparently, this release of product is having problems with activation. It fails to activate. Essentially, I have a $1000 brick sitting on my table. Research shows may consumers are having this very issue. Will likely be forced to return it. It's a shame as I was totally looking forward to flying tomorrow. Suggest you wait a month or two for bugs to be worked out. Gave it three stars for potential. I'm sure if you get one that activates it will be five stars. Update: returned it per manufacturer Update: received replacement drone today. Waiting to charge battery before activating. We will see 🤞 Update: Love it!!! Activated in under a sec and handles like a dream. Note, if you have the fly joe option, be sure to charge each battery directly with charges vs the 3 battery charger. Research shows this can brick a battery. Once charged and firmware upgraded, the bridge should work fine. Update: months later STILL loving it!!
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2020 by Chip

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