If DJI was keen on keeping its newest consumer drone under wraps, it has failed utterly. The DJI Mavic 2 will be available in two models - a Zoom model for the masses and a Pro model for professionals.
According to drone news publisher DroningOn, a Facebook user by the name of Isa Turan contacted DJI via the social media platform to ask whether the leak was legitimate or a photoshop gimmick and was told the catalog was printed before the "See the Bigger Picture" event was postponed.
While previous rumors had suggested that we may get a removable gimbal as part of the Mavic 2, we now know that does not appear to be the case, but what we will get is two different versions dubbed the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom. DJI canceled a launch event that was supposed to happen on July 18th with radio silence since.
No dates have been shared for the launch of the Mavic 2 line-up, but prices for the Zoom and Pro is expected to start from RM 3,999 - the current price of a Mavic Pro. Other upgrades include a faster top speed of 45 m.p.h., increased battery life of 31 minutes, omnidirectional obstacle detection, and a dolly zoom effect in the Zoom model.
The description from the Argos catalog calls out some other specifications as well, including 1080p video transmission with a transmission distance of up to five miles. Well, that comes from leaked catalogue, but an even more recent leak from the German DJI website has given us our first up close look at the Mavic 2 Enterprise Edition.
Design of the upcoming drones looks to be carry-over from the original Mavic.
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