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Mavic 2 Pro hands-on review

Hasselblad is known in the photography world for their high-end cameras, so the 20MP Mavic 2 Pro did not disappoint. Reaching over 1 billion colors, the included 10-bit Dlog-M profile has a higher dynamic range than the previous Mavic models. When We Talk UAV tested the OcuSync 2.0 transmission, the 120ms latency proved to be nearly lag free when it was flown near a lake.

4K video settings on the Mavic 2 Pro

Mavic 2 Pro is designed to shoot 4K at 24 fps, 25 fps and 30 fps in a 3840×2160 resolution. 4K can also be shot using Full FOV mode for a wider angle or HQ mode for a cropped or zoomed-in video. When the drones were tested 4K 60 fps wasn’t available, but 1920×1080 at 120 fps can be used for editing slow motion videos.

The built-in 8gb storage helped store footage when the new 20MP camera was tested.

Even though the Mavic 2 Pro is built with omnidirectional obstacle avoidance sensors, enabling sport mode automatically disables some of the sensors.


The gray that DJI used on the new Mavic 2 series is a lighter tone of gray compared to the original Mavic series.


LEDs were spotted on the front arms near the motors, and the MicroSD card can be accessed on the bottom of the drone.

The improved ESCs motors, like what DJI Mavic Platinum featured, can also be found on the new Mavic 2 series, so it is quieter than the original Mavic series.

Mavic 2 Zoom

The Mavic 2 series controller is similarly designed as the Mavic 1 series.

Just like the Mavic Air controllers, the joysticks on the Mavic 2 series controller can be removed.

Mavic 2 Pro Conclusion

Unless older models drop in price, Mavic 2 Pro will replace the Phantom 4 Pro series because of its compact form factor, built-in Hasselblad camera and 1-inch CMOS sensor. It may not have 4K 60fps, but We Talk UAV believes DJI is leaving that for a future release like a possible Phantom 5.

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