DJI Mavic Air 2 - Fly More Combo
Mavic Air 2 takes camera and flight performance to the next level with 48MP photos, 4K/60fps video, up to 34 minutes of flight time, and more.
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Up Your Game
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.
Image Quality - Next-Level Content
Master creative aerial shots thanks to effortlessly smooth 4K/60fps video. The D-Cinelike flat color profile retains more information for post-processing. The HEVC (H.265) video codec records more image information, uses less storage, and preserves the dynamic range and detail of your footage, ensuring next-level content
HDR Video Dynamic by Default
The secret to incredible HDR video is a high-performance Quad Bayer image sensor. A single frame separates exposure levels in different areas, accurately capturing light and dark details. The images are layered to create a colorful, balanced, and eye-catching picture with higher dynamic range.
48MP Photos All in the Details
With a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor, Mavic Air 2 captures impressive 48MP photos. Get ready to take your aerial content to the next level.
SmartPhoto Optimized Capture
Mavic Air 2 features SmartPhoto, which integrates scene recognition, HyperLight, and HDR into one mode for optimal results. Scene recognition optimizes different camera parameters for various scenes and supports intelligent recognition of five categories: sunset, skies, grass, snow, and trees.
HDR Panorama See the Whole Picture
Mavic Air 2 offers DJI’s most advanced panorama mode, with a higher dynamic range and colors that are vivid and incredibly accurate.
FocusTrack Master the Skies
Professional-quality footage is effortless thanks to FocusTrack. This easy-to-use suite of intelligent tracking modes includes Active Track 3.0, Spotlight 2.0, and Point of Interest 3.0, allowing you to unleash your creativity.
8K Hyperlapse Time and Movement
Mavic Air 2 supports Hyperlapse in 8K, allowing you to warp time and space for especially stunning footage. Best of all, you can achieve this shot without complex post-processing. Choose from Free, Circle, Course Lock, and Waypoint modes, select the shooting location, and the DJI Fly app will do the rest.
Flight and Safety Safer Flight for Stunning Content
OcuSync 2.0 has a video transmission distance of up to 10 km and can also deliver 1080p FHD resolution live stream directly from the drone's camera. Enjoy more freedom for exploring and more clarity for that perfect shot.
2.4/5.8GHz Dual Frequency Reliable Signal, Smooth Flight
Mavic Air 2 supports 2.4/5.8GHz dual-frequency communication and automatically switches to the best channel with the lowest interference in real time. This significantly improves the aircraft's anti-interference ability in challenging environments, increasing flight safety.
Battery and Flight Fly Longer
Stay in the air long enough to get the perfect capture with an impressive battery life of up to 34 minutes and pull off epic, fast-paced shots with a max flight speed of 68 kph in Sport mode.
Obstacle Avoidance Fly Safer
Mavic Air 2 perceives its environment in three directions: forward, backward, and downward. An auxiliary light improves visibility, and the extra layer of security that obstacle avoidance provides is ideal for pushing the limits of what is possible.
Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0 utilizes an advanced mapping technology for smooth following and reliable obstacle avoidance in complex scenarios. Obstacle avoidance performance and automatic flight planning has dramatically improved compared to previous generations, increasing safety and providing more options.
Remote Controller Designed for Pilots
The newly designed remote controller features an ergonomic design for a more comfortable grip and boasts an impressively long battery life of 240 minutes. The new clamp makes attaching smartphones fast and easy, while integrated antennas significantly improve user experience.
When you look at the features in the DJI Mavic Air 2 foldable quadcopter, you have to wonder how you could possibly ask for more. That's simple: Demand the Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo. It includes two extra batteries, a charging hub, more spare propellers, and a shoulder bag for storage/transporting convenience. The Mavic Air 2 alone boasts the best list of standard features of any intermediate personal drone. It includes many of the professional-level features you desire most in an easy-to-fly, easy-to-transport, foldable quadcopter - at about half the cost of a slightly bigger Mavic 2 Pro. The Mavic Air 2 can record in 4K ultra-high-definition video, with a 3-axis gimbal for stabilized video, and can shoot stills at a super-sharp 48MP. It even records in stunning super-detailed 8K for hyperlapse scenes, and in color-rich HDR for stills, video and hyperlapse.
Big-Drone Capabilities in a Package
With a flight time on one battery of up to 34 minutes, the Fly More Combo gives you almost 1 3/4 hours of airtime with quick stops to swap batteries. Mavic Air 2 has a range of 6.2 miles, double that of other intermediates.
Mavic Air 2 has subject-tracking capabilities you might expect in a more expensive unmanned aircraft. It shoots invisible-stitch panoramic and sphere composites, and it records at frame rates that allow slow motion and even super slow motion. Video streams in high definition via the superior DJI OcuSync 2.0 technology, the same as in a Mavic 2 Pro. An included compact remote controller has a built-in smartphone holder and smart buttons.
Mavic Air 2 can fly up to 34 minutes on a single Intelligent Flight Battery charge. That's 13 minutes longer than a Mavic Air, an improvement of 60 percent. Flight time is even longer than for a Mavic 2 Pro or Mavic 2 Zoom. The three-pack of batteries in the Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo lets you stay aloft for as much as an hour and 42 minutes. Additional individual spare batteries are available from Drone Nerds.
Fly Farther with High Stability
The Mavic Air 2 has an extended range of 10 kilometers, or 6.2 miles - double the range of the original Mavic Air. Quieter propellers provide excellent stability in crosswinds and fold for storage and transport. They install without tools.
Improved Remote Controller
The easily grasped remote controller is easily transportable, with two detachable joysticks and storage for themâ€”plus two spares. The slide-out smartphone bracket is also the antenna. Youâ€™ll never forget or lose your connecting cable, which remains attached to the controller.
Four LEDs indicate battery reserve. Buttons include power on/off, flight mode, flight pause and Return to Home combination, photo/video camera control, record and a programmable button. Because live video streams in high definition via DJI OcuSync 2.0, you clearly view what your drone sees. OcuSync automatically shifts between 2.4 and 5.8GHz frequencies, choosing the one with the least interference. There's also a USB-C port.
The camera in the Mavic Air 2 is better in almost every aspect for significantly improved video and still aerial photography. The sensor has four photositesâ€”one for each color pixel. That means less noise and smoother colors and tones while delivering greater detail.
Video resolution is 4K ultra-high definition. When shooting hyperlapse videos, which string photos together into a timelapse, resolution is 8Kâ€”best in class. HDR, or High Dynamic Range, yields brighter brights and darker darks. It adds a wider color range and deeper contrast without over- or underexposure. HDR works in video, stills and hyperlapses.
Scene Recognition employs artificial intelligence, sensing what you are shooting: a landscape, seascape, sunset, snow-covered field, and adjusting colors and details automatically.
Editing can be done with the DJI editing suite or on your computer with third-party software. Because Mavic Air 2 can record in RAW, your images will retain more data for more detailed editing.
Mavic Air 2 takes camera and flight performance to the next level with 48MP photos, 4K/60fps video, up to 34 minutes of flight time, and more.
Mavic Air 2 finds the perfect balance between form factor, weight, and performance compared to competing drones.
Image Quality: 48MP photos provide superior detail still imagery when compared to the previous Mavic Air along with the ability to capture 4K/60fps compared to 4K/30fps.
Autonomous Flying: APAS 3.0 is currently the best-in-class obstacle avoidance system DJI has to offer. Path finding is more responsive and smarter than ever before.
a) FocusTrack combines three advanced tracking features to tackle every situation. ActiveTrack 3.0, Point of Interest 3.0, and Spotlight 2.0 – each mode has been significantly improved from their previous iterations.
b) ActiveTrack 3.0 offers the best tracking on DJI drones yet, while Point of Interest 3.0 and Spotlight 2.0 are suitable for more creative and cinematic scenarios.
HDR: HDR video, panorama, and photos provide more dynamic footage. Currently, no other DJI drones offer full HDR suite, particularly HDR video mode
SmartPhoto: SmartPhoto integrates Scene Recognition, Hyperlight, and HDR photography into one mode to achieve optimal results, allowing even inexperienced photographers to create impressive content
Slow-Motion: Mavic Air 2 is the only DJI drone capable of 240fps slow-motion in 1080p, perfect for capturing more dynamic scenes
Mid-Sized Drone, High-End Features: Mavic Air 2 is the first mid-range drone to tick all boxes in terms of signal reliability, flight time, and camera quality
Amplified Editing Options: A H.265 video codec, the D-Cinelike color profile, and RAW photography offer everything you need for advanced editing
Product Design: Mavic Air 2 fully adopts the iconic design of the Mavic Series. The auxiliary light of the Mavic 2 Series was also added to Mavic Air 2 for additional safety
Remote Controller: The newly designed remote controller boasts an impressively long battery life and features an ergonomic design for a more comfortable grip. The new clamp makes attaching smartphones faster and easier, while integrated antennas greatly improve user experience
DJI Care Refresh: DJI Care Refresh is available for Mavic Air 2, providing up to two replacement units within one year for a small additional charge. Users can get a replacement sooner with DJI Care Refresh Express. Additionally, DJI Care Refresh includes VIP After-Sales support and free two-way shipping
What are the main upgrades of Mavic Air 2 compared to Mavic Air? The camera performance, intelligent features, flight time, and transmission system have all improved significantly, and the new DJI Fly app provides an even more streamlined flying experience.
What app do I use to fly my Mavic Air 2? Mavic Air 2 can only be used with the DJI Fly app. Try out the flight tutorials in the app to learn to fly your drone safely.
Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the Mavic 2 remote controller? No.
Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the Smart Controller? Yes. Mavic Air 2 will be compatible with the Smart Controller through a future firmware update.
How do I mount the propellers on the motors correctly? Attach the propellers with the white markings to the motors with white markings. Next, attach the propellers without markings to the motors without marking. Ensure the propellers are attached correctly, or the aircraft will not be able to take off.
Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the DJI Goggles or DJI Goggles RE? No.
Which microSD card should I use?
SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB UHS-III V30 A2 microSDXC<br>
SanDisk High Endurance 64GB UHS-III V30 microSDXC<br>
SanDisk Extreme 64GB UHS-III V30 A2 microSDXC<br>
SanDisk Extreme 128GB UHS-III V30 A2 microSDXC<br>
SanDisk Extreme 256GB UHS-III V30 A2 microSDXC<br>
Lexar 667x 64GB UHS-III V30 A2 microSDXC<br>
Lexar High-Endurance 64GB UHS-III V30 microSDXC<br>
Samsung EVO Plus (Yellow) 64GB UHS-III microSDXC<br>
Samsung EVO Plus (Red) 64GB UHS-III microSDXC<br>
Samsung EVO Plus 128GB UHS-III microSDXC<br>
Samsung EVO Plus 256GB UHS-III microSDXC<br>
Kingston V30 128GB UHS-III microSDXC<br>
Netac 256GB UHS-III A1 microSDXC
Is Mavic Air 2 waterproof? No.
How do I put on the ND filters? Carefully hold the camera to prevent damage, and slowly rotate the filter to attach or detach it. Make sure the ND filter is mounted securely to avoid accidental detachment during flight.
Does Mavic Air 2 feature an auxiliary LED light? Yes. Mavic Air 2 has an auxiliary light for improved vision and safety in low light conditions, similar to the Mavic 2 series.
Does Mavic Air 2 provide omnidirectional obstacle sensing? No. Mavic Air 2 provides forward, backward, and downward obstacle sensing.
What is the difference between APAS 2.0 and APAS 3.0? APAS 3.0 has been dramatically improved compared to previous generations. The system generates a real-time map of its surroundings and currently offers the best obstacle avoidance available on a DJI aircraft.
What is the difference between ActiveTrack 2.0 and ActiveTrack 3.0? Integrating the APAS 3.0 obstacle avoidance system, ActiveTrack 3.0 has been greatly improved compared to ActiveTrack 2.0. Overall tracking capabilities have improved greatly and re-establishing tracking after the subject has been lost is faster than ever, all while actively avoiding obstacles.
How has OcuSync 2.0 been improved? OcuSync 2.0 supports both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands. It features stronger interference resistance due to automatic frequency switching, delivering 1080p video transmission feeds at up to 10 km (when unobstructed, free of interference, and FCC-compliant).
Does the remote controller support HDMI? No.
How can I improve signal reception? The smartphone clamp of the remote controller houses the antennas. Make sure that the antennas are pointed toward the aircraft. Check the user manual for more information about setting the antenna direction. Additionally, ensure you are not wearing any transmitting wearables, and that Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are turned off on your mobile devices.
What are the advantages of the new remote controller? The remote controller boasts a prolonged battery life of up to 240 minutes, a more comfortable grip, an improved antenna design, and a more convenient line of sight when looking from screen to drone.
What photo resolutions and formats are available? Normal photos can be taken in 12 MP or 48 MP, and RAW format is also available for more advanced editing.
What video modes does Mavic Air 2 support? Mavic Air 2 supports normal video at up to 4K/60fps and HDR video at up to 4K/30fps. Slow-motion videos are available in 1080p with up to 240 fps (8x slow-motion).
Can I shoot in Dlog or a different flat color profile? Mavic Air 2 offers D-Cinelike as a flat color profile.
What are the advantages of the H.265 video codec? The HEVC (H.265) is a more modern video codec than H.264; it retains more details and uses less storage space.
Can I control the camera settings manually? Yes.
What is SmartPhoto? SmartPhoto integrates scene recognition, HyperLight, and HDR into one mode for optimal results. Scene recognition optimizes different camera parameters for different scenes and supports intelligent recognition of five categories: sunset, blue sky, grass, snow, and green trees. Hyperlight optimizes photos taken at night or in low-light situations. HDR selects the best image from multiple layers thanks to an adaptive dynamic expansion algorithm that determines optimal parameters.
In what Hyperlapse modes can I record in 8K? 8K resolution can only be used in Free and Waypoint modes.
What is FocusTrack mode? FocusTrack consists of three different intelligent tracking modes, ActiveTrack 3.0, Point of Interest 3.0 (POI), and Spotlight 2.0. All three modes offer different tracking features for any situation.
What intelligent flight modes does Mavic Air 2 support? Mavic Air 2 supports QuickShot, Hyperlapse, and FocusTrack.
Are there any video recording settings where APAS 3.0 or FocusTrack are unavailable? APAS 3.0 and FocusTrack are not available while recording in 4K at 60, 50, and 48 fps, 2.7K at 60, 50, and 48 fps, and 1080p at 120 and 240 fps.
How do I update the firmware of Mavic Air 2? You can either update the firmware over the DJI Fly app or the DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic desktop software (available for Mac and Windows). Both can be found on DJI's official homepage.
What do I do if the remote controller and battery firmware versions don't match? Use either the DJI Fly app or DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic to update the firmware.
- Aircraft x 1
- Remote Controller x 1
- Intelligent Flight Battery x 3
- Battery Charger x 1
- AC Power Cable x 1
- Low-Noise Propellers (Pair) x 6
- RC Cable (USB Type-C Connector) x 1
- RC Cable (Lightning Connector) x 1
- RC Cable (Standard Micro-USB Connector) x 1
- Gimbal Protector x 1
- Type-C Cable x 1
- Pair of Spare Control Sticks x 1
- ND Filters Set (ND16/64/256) x 1
- Battery Charging Hub x 1
- Battery to Power Bank Adaptor x 1
- Shoulder Bag x 1