DJI Mavic 2 Pro review

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The DJI Mavic 2 Pro was launched as part of an exciting double-act with the Mavic 2 Zoom in August 2018. While it remains DJI’s flagship consumer drone, it’s since been upstaged by the arrival of the DJI Air 2S – a model that combines a 1-Inch sensor with a smaller, more travel-friendly body.

The Air 2S has now replaced the Mavic 2 Pro at the top of our guide to the best drones, but this older model is still worth considering, particularly if you mainly shoot video. That’s because the Mavic 2 Pro has adjustable aperture, which means you can tweak the exposure as the light changes, rather than having to land the drone and change the ND filter, as you would on the Air 2S.

DJI Mavic 2 Pro

(Image credit: Future)

The Mavic 2 Pro also bring a host of advanced photo and video features, alongside some intelligent flight modes that have deservedly made it one of the world’s most popular drones since its release.

Since the Mavic 2 Pro’s release there have been new drone laws introduced in many regions – including registration schemes in both the UK and US – but as long as you follow the new guidelines, then it remains a fantastic way to get pro-level aerial footage of your local landscapes or travel adventures.

DJI Mavic 2 Pro

(Image credit: Future)

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