7 Underrated DJI Mavic 2 Features You Should Pay More Attention To
It has not been a month yet since the two DJI Mavic 2 models launched but it is already shaping up to be a success for the Chinese manufacturer. The drones have been praised for their innovative flight and hyperlapse features. But there are still a number of features that only a few users have discovered at this point.
DJI Mavic 2 features that should get more attention
Most of the coverage of the new Mavic drones focused on the flight and camera features. But there are also those that should still make users happy even though they have been largely ignored by the tech-covering media. The following are seven features of the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom that more people should focus on:
Any photographer and even casual drone user would know how difficult it is to take pictures at night time. The process of dialing in the settings while reining in the noise from the image can be tough. Hyperlight solves all the problems that you may have. You no longer have to make too many adjustments on your settings.
Unless you just got into drones recently, a drone user would know that the transmission system plays a vital role in utilizing the device. With the new Mavic drones, the OcuSync 2.0 enables the drone to avoid as much breakup and interference in the transmission, according to Drone DJ. This will prevent any problems when flying the drone in condensed areas.
Tripod mode switch
The tripod model helps the drone fly even in tight spaces. This can especially be useful if you are trying to do moving shots and lined-up images. It is easy to turn on and off as well as there is a dedicated toggle switch for it.
One of the new features of the new Mavic drones is the auxiliary lighting. Through this feature, the bottom sensor will be more effective even in low light. The dual auxiliary lights are also especially great in spotting where the drone is when you fly it at night.
USB-C integration is becoming more popular among smartphone and tablet manufacturers. It is high time that even drones would have a USB-C slot. The Mavic drones are among the first to have it.
There are just some times when our SD cards no longer have enough space. The internal storage of this drone generation is at 8GB, which will enable you to take 300-400 RAW photos.
Both the Pro and Zoom variants have stunning design upgrades. Both are durable, strong and light. They can be differentiated from each other through their camera design. The Mavic 2 Pro has a larger sensor size so the company had to make it square on the outside, according to My First Drone. The Zoom, on the other hand, has a rounded design.
What other features of the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom do you think should get highlighted more by users and the press? Are you happy with the new drone that you purchased? Inform us about your thoughts on the new drones in the comments section.