Features

  • 4K Ultra HD recording & streaming
  • Max. speed: 19 m/s
  • Max. flight time: 34 minutes
  • FocusTrack
  • HDR photo, video & panorama modes


The DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone (UK) 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.


4K/60fps Video

Master creative aerial shots thanks to effortlessly smooth 4K/60fps video. The D-Cinelike flat colour 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

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 colourful, balanced, and eye-catching picture with a higher dynamic range


48MP Photos

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

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. 


Box contents:

  • Aircraft x 1
  • Remote Controller x 1
  • Intelligent Flight Battery x 1
  • Battery Charger x 1
  • AC Power Cable x 1
  • Low-Noise Propellers (Pair) x 3
  • 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


IMPORTANT NOTE - From 30th November 2019, UK drone users have to register their drone and complete an online drone safety education and test, or risk a £1,000 fine. Registration is mandatory for drone owners and operators in the UK with drones weighing over 250g. Registration costs just £9 and can be completed online at register-drones.caa.co.uk

The new legislation only applies to drones being flown outside. Model fliers belonging to a recognised association will be added to the register in the new year in conjunction with their association.

If you have any questions please email the Civil Aviation Authority at drone.registration@caa.co.uk or telephone 0330 022 9930 Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.

gov.uk Safety and Legalities Statements:
Essentially your responsibilities are:

· To know how to fly your drone safely, and do so within the law

· To understand that the operator is legally responsible for every flight

· To keep your drone in sight at all times – stay below 400ft

· Not to fly your drone over a congested area, never fly within 50 metres of a person, vehicle or building not under your control

· Ensure any images you obtain using the drone do not break privacy laws

· Avoiding collisions – you should never fly a drone near an airport or close to aircraft. It is a criminal offence to endanger the safety of an aircraft in flight


10 things you need to know about flying drones:
1. Drones can and do present a very real hazard to manned aircraft – pilots (including military pilots) have reported over 50 near misses with drones last year alone
2. Drones (including model aircraft) are subject to the law through the Air Navigation Order
3. It is your responsibility to fly safely and within the law – if you don’t (and individuals have been) you could be prosecuted.
4. Never fly a drone near an airport/airfield or close to aircraft. It is a criminal offence to endanger the safety of aircraft in flight
5. Keep your drone in sight and below 400ft
6. Do not fly over congested areas and never fly within 50m of a person, vehicle or building not under your control
7. If you wish to use a drone for commercial purposes (get paid) then you need to have permission from the CAA
8. Ensure any images obtained do not break privacy laws
9. If your unit wishes to buy a commercially available drone for Defence activities (photographs, multimedia, and surveys at height) it becomes regulated by the MAA and you must follow their rules
10. Finally, Follow the Drone Code, have fun and fly safe.