DJI Air 2S is the latest addition to the Air series from DJI, and it’s easily one of the most powerful so far. With a 1-inch sensor, 5.4K video, the new MasterShots feature, and more, it’s hard to find a better option out there. But how does it stack up to its predecessor, Mavic Air 2? In this article, we’ll compare the two, highlighting some of the major upgrades and explaining why DJI Air 2S is the ultimate all-in-one drone.
DJI Air 2S vs. Mavic Air 2: 4 Key Upgrades
Intelligence: Epic is Easy with MasterShots
DJI Air 2S Mavic Air 2 Intelligent Shooting MasterShots Not Supported QuickShots QuickShots
DJI FPV is a groundbreaking ready-to-fly FPV system that includes a drone, goggles, remote controller, and all of the other accessories needed to get in the air quickly and safely. This system provides a totally breathtaking and immersive experience, and delivers smooth 4K/60 footage to match. Perfect for beginners and experts, DJI FPV offers three flight modes, and for even more intuitive control, pilots can try the DJI Motion Controller, a small device that enables flight control through simple hand movements.
In this article, we’ll be unboxing the DJI FPV Combo to reveal everything that comes inside. We’ll also explore some of the major specs and features that make this an unparalleled option for entering the world of FPV drone flight.
DJI FPV: Inside the Box
Fly farther to capture stunning 4K aerial videos with the Mini 2 from DJI. Utilizing DJI's OcuSync 2.0 2.4/5.8 GHz wireless transmission technology, the Mini 2 can be operated from up to 6.2 miles away while still providing you with video of what the drone sees. The Mini 2 can also be flown as high as 2.5 miles and withstand 19 to 24 mph winds, all while maintaining a compact, foldable design that weighs only 8.8 oz. It's small and light enough to take with you almost anywhere.
With so much available to photograph and record right out of the box, DJI ensured high-quality results with a 3-axis gimbal that supports up to 4K30 video and 12MP stills captured in JPG or raw for easier editing. You also gain the luxury of flying farther back from your subjects with support for up to 4x digital zoom. Thanks to the DJI Fly app and intelligent
DJI OM 4 is foldable phone gimbal featuring a new magnetic design, Gesture Control, ActiveTrack 3.0, and a variety of other creative functions to transform your gimbal videos. Join us as we unbox DJI OM 4, take a look at its new features, and find out how good this video stabilizer is.
DJI OM 4: What’s Inside the Box?
DJI OM 4 is a phone gimbal that upgrades your phone footage with effortlessly smooth stabilization. But what’s the difference between this and the DJI Osmo Mobile 3? Read on to compare DJI OM 4 vs DJI Osmo Mobile 3.
As you’ve probably realized by now, DJI’s newest phone gimbal name has been simplified to DJI OM 4. Along with the name change, the DJI OM 4 comes with a new magnetic design and tons of new features. This DJI OM 4 vs Osmo Mobile 3 article compares the design, stabilization, features, and ease of use of both DJI Osmo gimbals. Let’s take a look!
DJI OM 4 vs Osmo Mobile 3: Specs
DJI has lifted the veil on its latest commercial drone platform and its first hybrid camera series, the Matrice 300 RTK (M300 RTK) and the Zenmuse H20.
While the M300 RTK and Zenmuse H20 are both packed with features designed specifically for commercial use-cases, the systems feature a number of groundbreaking technologies and features that will inevitably make their way into more consumer-centric drones.
MATRICE 300 RTK
The M300 RTK features a unique design with a top-mounted body and bottom-mounted blades, opposite of its 210 predecessors. This unique design allows advanced AI-powered technologies to get a more expansive overview of the environment for less obstructed viewing. The chunky array atop the drone features a six directional sensing and positioning system that offers a maximum object-detection range of up to 40m (130ft) horizontally, as well as an Anti-Collision Beacon for making the drone more visible
The DJI Mavic series offers exciting features and fun flying modes for both beginners and experienced drone pilots. This article features a quick comparison of the drones and helps you choose the best one for your adventures.
Check out this table for a key features comparison at first:
DJI’s Mavic 2 is finally here! The new Mavic 2 comes in two editions – the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom. You can check out our Mavic 2 in-depth comparison article to find out their differences. However, a lot of you might be more curious about what the difference is between the Mavic 2 series and Mavic Pro. To answer this question, we summed up the main differences between the Mavic 2 series and the Mavic Pro.
Mavic 2 Series VS Mavic Pro Overview
Let’s first look at the table. It shows the differences between Mavic 2 series and Mavic Pro.