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Mavic 2 Enterprise - What if I Already Have a Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro?

In the past DJI have claimed that their Professional products are modular, but customers have been disappointed when they find out their older drone parts are now useless, for example batteries, propellers, cameras, gimbals and chargers of the Inspire 1 were not at all compatible with the Inspire 2, and all new cameras released for the Inspire 2  were not backwards compatible with the Inspire 1.
Customers were also disgruntled when their consumer drone parts cannot be used to reduce the cost of upgrading to a professional level drone - none of the Phantom 4 accessories, camera, remote controller etc could be used to reduce the cost of upgrading to an Inspire 1 / 2.

Now thankfully that's changed with the Mavic 2 Enterprise, here we have almost every single component, accessory, and filter that's compatible with the Mavic 2 Zoom, can also be used with the Mavic 2 Enterprise, and vice versa.

This means, not only can you use the batteries from your Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro on your new Enterprise, but if you want the cool feature of the self heating battery for below freezing flight on your Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro it's as simple as buying the self heating battery! The only Caveat being the Spotlight, Speaker and Beacon for the Enterprise are not compatible with the Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro

Below is a table of all products that are compatible with which Mavic 2 Version

Mavic 2 Series Item

Mavic 2 Enterprise

Compatible

Mavic 2 Zoom

Compatible

Mavic 2 Pro

Compatible

Enterprise SpeakerYesNoNo
Enterprise BeaconYesNo
No
Enterprise Spotlight YesNo
No
Enterprise Gimbal ProtectorYesYesNo
Zoom Gimbal Protector
YesYesNo
Pro Gimbal Protector
No
No
Yes
Enterprise Protector CaseYesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Case
No
Yes
Yes
Enterprise BagYesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Shoulder BagNoYesYes
Enterprise Remote
Yes
Yes
Yes
Zoom/Pro Remote
Yes
Yes
Yes
Zoom ND Filter Set (4, 8 , 16, 32)
YesYesNo
Pro ND filter Set (4, 8 , 16, 32)NoNoYes
Enterprise Intelligent Flight Battery (self heating)
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Intelligent Flight BatteryYesYesYes
Enterprise Propellers
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro PropellersYesYesYes
Enterprise Battery Charger
Yes
YesYes
Zoom/Pro Battery Charger
YesYesYes
Enterprise AC Cable
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro AC Cable
YesYesYes
Enterprise Communication CableYesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Communication CableYesYesYes
Enterprise USB AdapterYesYesYes
Zoom/Pro USB AdapterYesYesYes
Enterprise RC Cable (Lightning, Micro USB, Type C)
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro RC Cable (Lightning, Micro USB, Type C)YesYesYes
Enterprise Car Charger
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Car Charger
YesYesYes
Enterprise Battery Charging HubYesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Battery Charging HubYesYesYes
Enterprise Propeller Guard
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Propeller GuardYesYesYes
Enterprise Controller Sticks
YesNoNo
Zoom/Pro Controller SticksNoYesYes
Enterprise Battery to Powerbank Adapter
YesYesYes
Zoom/Pro Battery to Powerbank AdapterYesYesYes
DJI Smart ControllerYes
YesYes


Posted by Sam Humphreys


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5 Comments To "Mavic 2 Enterprise - What if I Already Have a Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro?"

Angel Figueroa On 02.10.2020
Can you swap camera on mavic enterprise from dual to enterprise zoom camera Reply to this comment
Angel Figueroa On 02.10.2020
Can you swap the dual camera on an enterprise with a zoom enterprise camera? Reply to this comment
Sam On 10.08.2020
Hi Harold Unfortunately not, the Mavic 2 is an all in one system, the camera, software etc are all tied to that machine. The camera is not modular, Only when you get to the more expensive drones such as the Inspire 2 or Matrice series do you get modular cameras, though when the Phantom 5 comes out there's a small chance they'd go modular there. Reply to this comment
Harold De La Matta On 10.08.2020
if i own a mavic 2 pro can i use the enterprise camera to swap into? Reply to this comment
Mitchell Dike On 07.02.2020
I have the mavic 2 pro and want to put a enterprise zoom camera on my pro. Will that work? Reply to this comment
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