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DJI Mavic 2 Pro soon launching two variants with 'zoom' and larger image sensor

31 July 2018 2

DJI is a widely known name in the consumer drone and quadcopter industry that manufacturer top of the line drones boasting leading features highly useful for content creators. The drones have even been used by the US military up until now. The company overhauled its Mavic Pro and Phantom Pro series with new features, last year and right at the start of 2018, we saw DJI Mavic Air, which took the industry by storm, thanks to its high portability and low price point.

Now as per an advertisement that got leaked earlier, DJI is soon to reveal two models of the DJI Mavic Pro with one offering amazing ‘zoom’ capabilities utilizing its 28mm to 48mm configurations that the company is naming Mavic 2 Zoom. Likewise, another Mavic Pro variant is considered to offer a much larger image sensor. Both of these features like zoom and 1-inch larger sensor were earlier reserved for the much higher end drones which now make their way to Mavic Pro as per the advertisement.

Featuring a big one-inch CMOS sensor that offers an amazing improvement over the previously installed 1/2.3-inch sensor that came in the original Mavic Pro. The advertisement also mentions ‘Hasselblad camera’ suggesting that ‘Hasselblad’ company which DJI bought (the majority of the shares) might have to do with the development of its architecture.

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