DJI Mavic Air 2 Review – Is this the best drone you can buy in 2020?

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Just when you thought the Mavic Mini was the most impressive small drone available, DJI has upped the ante with the DJI Mavic Air 2, which sits comfortably between the entry-level Mavic Mini and the two prosumer Mavic 2 models.

For photographers and videographers requiring a highly portable drone that can be easily carried alongside other photographic equipment to shoot Raw stills, 4K video up to 60fps and slow-motion full HD video, the Mavic Air 2 sets a new benchmark for what we can expect from DJI drones now and in the future.

With the launch of the Mavic Air 2, DJI has produced a drone that will undoubtedly have a wide appeal thanks to the impressive smart flight features, stills and video functionality, alongside the upgraded design, motors and battery that provide significant performance upgrades over the previous model. The DJI Mavic Air 2 isn’t perfect, but it’s a pleasure to fly and shoot with, and could easily become one of the best-selling DJI drones to date.

Sensor: 12MP ½ inch CMOS
Camera focal length: 24mm (full-frame equivalent)
Aperture: Fixed f/2.8
Video: 4K MP4 & MOV, D-Cinelike, up to 240 fps
Gimbal 3-axis
Weight: 570g
Flight time: Up to 35 mins

The DJI Mavic Air 2 is available to preorder right now and is expected to ship mid-May. The standard package will cost £769 ($799/€849/AUD 1,499) and the fly more bundle that includes a shoulder bag, ND filters, charging hub, and 3 batteries will cost you £949 ($999/€1,049/AUD 1,899).

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