DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
- Brand: DJI
- Product Code: mavic-2-zoom
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- Ex Tax:£915.83
DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
Our dream has always been to make a drone that exists where engineering, technology, and the needs of the aerial photographer converge. A drone that embodies all of DJI's advanced, signature technologies, and is able to redefine what is possible for the world of aerial photography.
In creating the Mavic 2, we have made this dream come true.
Mavic 2 Zoom
Powered by a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor with up to 4x zoom, including a 2x optical zoom (24–48 mm), 4 the Mavic 2 Zoom is all about dynamic perspectives. Capture everything from wide angle to mid-range shots for even more creative options.
More Expressive Mid-Range Shots
Compared to a 24mm wide angle lens, the 48mm telephoto lens compresses your perspective, enhancing the parallax effect for a classic cinematic look. 4 Now a whole new world of aerial photography is open to explore with even more epic, cinematic shots.
A Worry-Free Way to Find a View
When shooting Full HD video, 4x lossless zoom (including 2x optical zoom) gives you a closer view of faraway subjects, making unique scenes more accessible to capture at a distance. This option also helps you maintain a safer distance from buildings, vehicles, animals, and people.
Quick and Accurate Focus
Hybrid autofocus on the Mavic 2 Zoom combines phase and contrast detection for higher focus accuracy with an increased focus speed of up to 40% more than before. The autofocus tracking system makes subjects appear clear and sharp when zooming in and out.
Zoom During Flight
Dolly Zoom is a new QuickShot for the Mavic 2 Zoom, offering an otherworldly perspective in a fully-integrated drone. Dolly Zoom automatically adjusts focus when flying, adding an intense, warping visual effect to your video. When flying manually, you can also set proper focus speed values for even more creative shot options.
An example of Dolly Zoom in Guardian's of the Galaxy Vol. II
Super Resolution Photos
The Mavic 2 Zoom also has a brand new Super Resolution feature – an asset when capturing the vivid details your landscape photography deserves. When taking a picture with a 24 mm equivalent field-of-view, 4 the camera will capture and patch nine photos with its telephoto lens, resulting in a 48-megapixel super resolution photo. Compared to ordinary panoramas, the super resolution photos retain the original look of the shooting targets with a more accurate composition.
"The Mavic 2 Zoom is a game changer for aerial photography. It gives me opportunities to create aerial videos in a new way. Now I can capture more details from a safe distance, and realize different visual effects with different focal lengths."
Jimmy Chin is a photographer, filmmaker, and mountaineer. His 2015 film “Meru” won the coveted Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival and was also on the 2016 Oscar shortlist for Best Documentary.
Shot on Mavic 2 Zoom
Shoot Like a Pro
Both Mavic 2 cameras employ DJI's latest 3-axis gimbal technology, 6 ensuring smooth, stable footage in just about any situation.
Say goodbye to complicated post-processing. With Hyperlapse, the aircraft shoots stable aerial shots and processes them automatically, enabling you to create professional-looking timelapses with a simple tap of a button, which you can share to social media immediately. Save a flight path in Task Library 7 to fly the Mavic 2 through the path whenever you feel like it. JPEG and RAW photos can be simultaneously saved on a microSD card, leaving more room for post editing.
Enhanced HDR Photos
The Mavic 2 also supports enhanced HDR photos, an improved technique that blends a sequence of photos for ghost-free high dynamic range, offering increased image clarity while avoiding unwanted artificial effects.
Mavic 2 Pro: 14 Exposure Value
Mavic 2 Zoom: 13 Exposure Value
Brighten up your world with HyperLight, a low-light setting designed to enhance your images while reducing noise significantly.
H.265 Codec for Higher Image Quality
Both editions record 4K video at higher bitrates with advanced H.265 compression. Videos in H.265/HEVC codec maintain 50% more information than videos in H.264/AVC, creating high-quality videos with better-preserved details.
OcuSync 2.0 Video Transmission System
OcuSync 2.0 video transmission performance is greatly enhanced with improvements made to communication distance, video quality and anti-interference, offering you unprecedented control.
The all-new OcuSync 2.0 provides a 1080p video transmission signal up to an astonishing eight kilometres away (limited to five kilometres in UK and EU), allowing you to fly further without constraints. Edit and upload Full High Definition (FHD) resolution footage directly to social media from the cache. Original images shot during flight can be automatically saved to your mobile device without the need to download it from the aircraft manually.
The Mavic Pro relies on 2.4 GHz transmission; a signal frequency commonly interrupted by multiple wireless devices. However, by supporting auto-switching between both 2.4 and 5.8 GHz bands, the Mavic 2 can always transmit on the clearest signal – crucial for high-interference environments.
OcuSync 2.0 offers a theoretical download speed of up to of 40 Mbps and latency as low as 120 ms, delivering a smoother video feed and overall better control experience.
Powerful, Yet Safe
After countless hours of research and testing, the Mavic 2 has been optimally redesigned to increase propulsion, lower power consumption, and reduce noise. These subtle yet powerful improvements, along with an improved FlightAutonomy system, offer a smoother, quieter flight for greater discretion and safety.
Faster - 72 kph Max Speed
The rebuilt aircraft body presents better aerodynamic performance. The body drag of the Mavic 2 is 19% less than that of the Mavic Pro when flying at full speed.
Longer - 31-Min Max Flight Time
Longer flight time means more creative opportunities.
Quieter - Low-Noise Design
FOC sinusoidal drive ESCs and low-noise propellers make your flight incredibly quiet, eliminating any worries of disturbing your surroundings.
Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
FlightAutonomy has been upgraded to include Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing. For the first time in a DJI drone, obstacle sensors appear on all sides of the aircraft for greater safety during flight.
Forward, Downward, Left, Right, Backwards, Upwards and APAS
Easy to Use
With powerful cameras and easy-to-use intelligent shooting modes, the Mavic 2 makes creative aerial photography more accessible to users at all levels. - Activetrack 2.0, Quickshots, Panoramas.
Previously, ActiveTrack mainly relied on 2D images from the main camera to track a subject. Now with ActiveTrack 2.0, the Mavic 2 maps a 3-dimensional view of the surrounding environment through the main camera and forward dual vision sensors for greater recognition and accuracy.
Trajectory prediction algorithms help to maintain tracking when your subject is blocked by an obstruction temporarily.
In open and unobstructed environments, the Mavic 2 can track fast moving subjects like cars and boats at speeds of up to 72 kph.
When tracking a target, the Mavic 2 can plan a flight path on its 3D map. It will sense, recognize, and avoid obstacles in front of and behind the aircraft, all while shooting your target without interruption.
The Mavic 2 supports four panorama modes including Sphere, 180°, Horizontal, and Vertical.
Aerial Photography Made Easy
Various intuitive shooting modes are available for more creative shooting options.
Point of Interest (POI) 2.0
Thanks to vision and GPS distance measurement technologies, flying to a central point before circling is a thing of the past. POI 2.0 increases workflow efficiency like never before, empowering you to circle and shoot subjects with ease.
With Waypoint 2.0, the aircraft no longer needs to fly to an exact shooting spot to mark waypoints. By tapping the desired waypoints and point of interest in the app, you can plan a flight path quickly and save it for your next flight.
Standard Remote Controller
The standard remote controller offers up to 135 minutes of battery life on a full charge. It features an ergonomic and foldable design with detachable sticks, making it convenient to carry and store. The new design works better with mainstream smartphones, which gives you a better operational experience.
DJI Goggles Series
The DJI Goggles series connects with the Mavic 2 wirelessly via OcuSync. Users can now enjoy an enhanced experience with lower latency and a clearer 1080p video transmission range of up to 8 km. In Head Tracking mode, the gimbal (yaw) control range is up to -75° to +75°, offering users a more immersive FPV flight experience.
Mavic 2 Pro / Mavic 2 Zoom
Aircraft x 1
Remote Controller x 1
Intelligent Flight Battery x 1
Charger x 1
Power Cable x 1
Propellers(Pair) x 3
RC Cable (Lightning Connector) x 1
RC Cable (Standard Micro USB connector) x 1
RC Cable (USB Type-C connector) x 1
Gimbal Protector x 1
Communication Cable (USB 3.0 Type-C) x 1
USB Adapter x 1
RC Cable Slider (Large) x 1
RC Cable Slider (Small) x 2
Spare Control Sticks (pair) x 1
Mavic 2 Fly More Kit
Intelligent Flight Batteries × 2
Mavic 2 Car Charger × 1
Battery Charging Hub × 1
Battery to Power Bank Adapter × 1
Low-Noise Propellers × 2 Pairs
Mavic 2 Shoulder Bag × 1
Save £187 compared to purchasing separately
What are the main differences between the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom?
The only difference between both editions is their respective gimbal cameras. However, by purchasing the Mavic 2 Gimbal Camera Replacement Service in ONLINE REPAIR REQUEST page, you have the option to replace your gimbal camera with the other version by sending it to the DJI After-Sales Team.
Compared to the Mavic Pro, how has the Mavic 2 been improved?
The Mavic 2 is an improvement in almost all aspects over the Mavic Pro including camera performance, video transmission, fight time, flight speed, low-noise, omnidirectional obstacle sensing, intelligent functions, and its unique Hyperlapse feature.
Can I connect the Mavic 2 with the DJI Goggles series?
The Mavic 2 supports DJI Goggles version 01.04.0500 (or later versions) and DJI Goggles RE version 01.00.0600 (or later versions). Please note that DJI Goggles only support a 2.4 GHz frequency band, while DJI Goggles RE supports both 2.4 and 5.8 GHz frequency bands for enhanced connectivity.
Is the Mavic 2 waterproof？
What are the main advantages of the cameras on both the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom?
The Mavic 2 Pro comes equipped with the all-new Hasselblad L1D-20c camera. The brand new 1-inch CMOS sensor has an active sensing area four times more effective than the original Mavic Pro. The large sensor also means better performance in low-light environments with a more extensive ISO range, and max ISO lifted from 3200 to 12800.
The Mavic 2 Zoom is all about dynamic perspectives and is powered by a 1/2.3 inch 12-megapixel sensor with up to four-times zoom, including a two-times optical zoom (24mm–48mm) for more creative aerial photography options.
Why is the L1D-20c on the Mavic 2 Pro designed by Hasselblad?
DJI and Hasselblad have spent the last two years in collaboration making the L1D-20c camera, co-developing attributes such as lens definition, image processing engine, and image effect optimization, to make a Hasselblad quality camera small enough to fit on the new Mavic 2 Pro. The L1D-20c also possesses Hasselblad’s unique Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS) technology, helping users to capture gorgeous 20-megapixel aerial shots in stunning color detail.
What advantages does the Mavic 2 Pro have when recording video?
The Mavic 2 Pro is capable of recording 3840×2160 10-bit 4K Dlog-M and 4K HDR 10-bit videos at 100 Mbps.
What is the focal length of the Mavic 2 Zoom?
The Mavic 2 Zoom's 24–48 mm optical zoom camera supports shooting at 4× lossless zoom 1080p video.
Can I use the remote controller to move the Mavic 2's gimbal 75° from left to right?
No. However, you can do this in Head Tracking mode with the DJI Goggles series.
Why can't the Mavic 2's gimbal shoot vertically as the Mavic Pro does?
The Mavic 2's gimbal structure is optimized for increased stiffness, meaning that the camera is unable to rotate the full 90° needed to shoot vertically. However, you can choose the Vertical Mode in Panorama to get a stitched vertical photo.
Why does Dlog-M only feature on the Mavic 2 Pro and not the Mavic 2 Zoom?
Dlog-M is only available on the Mavic 2 Pro because the pro version was designed with the needs of professional photographers in mind, meeting demands for greater color correction capabilities.
On the other hand, the Mavic 2 Zoom has D-Cinelike to realize quick and easy color correction. Along with Dlog-M, D-Cinelike reserves more highlight and color information than any normal color correction mode, leaving more room for post-processing.
Can Mavic 2 take photos while recording video?
What is the difference between Full FOV mode and HQ mode under Mavic 2 Pro’s 4K resolution?
Full FOV down samples from the 5.7K sensor to 4K resolution while HQ crops in the center for finer image quality but less FOV. Full FOV view is 75° and HQ view is 55°. You can select between them according to your actual shooting demands..
Can I adjust the focal length for Dolly Zoom on the Mavic 2 Zoom?
How can I save the original photos generated when shooting Hyperlapse videos?
Go to Camera Settings and tap the ‘Save Original’ button. You can select to save the original photos of the Hyperlapse video in either JPEG or RAW format. In ‘Storage Location’ you can choose to keep them on the Micro SD card or the internal storage.
What is the maximum flight distance of the Mavic 2?
18 km in extreme testing environments measured in 50.4 kph windless conditions down to 0% battery. However, be sure to keep enough battery during flights for a safe return.
What is the maximum wind resistance level of the Mavic 2?
The Mavic 2 can resist up to level 5 winds on the Beaufort scale.
Can the Mavic 2's low-noise propellers be used on the Mavic Pro Platinum?
No, the sizes are different, and therefore cannot be used on the Mavic Pro Platinum.
Why are the maximum flight and hovering times different on the Mavic 2?
The Mavic 2's rotor system is optimized primarily for forward flight. Thanks to its more aerodynamic airframe, the Mavic 2 consumes less power at certain forward flight speeds than when hovering. Therefore, the maximum hovering time is 29 minutes in environments with no wind while the maximum flight time can be up to 31 minutes flying at a constant speed in conditions with no wind.
Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
What is Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing?
Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing includes left/right, up/down, and forward/backward obstacle sensing. Sensing for left/right directions is only available in ActiveTrack or Tripod Mode.
Note: Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing does not fully cover the circumference of a 360-degree arc. And the left and right obstacle sensing system only works in specific modes and environments. DJI warranty does not cover any loss caused by crashing when flying left or right, even when ActiveTrack or Tripod mode is activated. Please be aware of your surroundings and App notifications when operating the Mavic 2 to ensure safety.
Can I manually turn on/off the Bottom Auxiliary Light located at the bottom of the aircraft?
Yes. The Mavic 2's default setting has auto LED enabled, which turns the Bottom Auxiliary Light on/off depending on the brightness of your environment. You can disable this feature in the app, and you can also manually turn on/off the Bottom Auxiliary Light in the app.
Remote Controller & Video Transmission
How has the FHD video transmission of OcuSync 2.0 improved over the first OcuSync?
OcuSync 2.0 supports both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands, featuring stronger interference resistance and auto-switching capabilities to deliver 8 km 1080p video transmission feeds (unobstructed, free of interference, and when FCC compliant).
What is the latency of OcuSync 2.0?
120–130 ms, which is 40–50 ms shorter than the first generation.
Does the remote controller support HDMI output?
Can I use the Mavic Pro remote controller to operate the Mavic 2?
Currently, no. However, it will be possible soon.
Can I connect my smartphone to the remote controller using an ordinary USB cable?
You can use an ordinary USB cable to connect your smartphone to the remote controller via the USB port at the bottom of the controller (be sure to pull up the cable at the Micro USB port). This might, however, prove to be slightly inconvenient when flying the aircraft. Cables with different connectors come with the aircraft so you can choose the one most appropriate for you.
Does the Mavic 2 support Wi-Fi control?
No. You can only control it using a remote controller.
What mobile devices does the remote controller support?
Mobile phones that are 6.5–8.5 mm thick and no more than 160 mm long will fit in the remote controller clamps comfortably. We strongly recommend you to remove the protective cover before attaching your mobile phone. For tablets beyond this measurement range, please purchase the DJI Mavic 2 Tablet Holder.
Can I use the Battery Charging Hub to charge four batteries simultaneously?
No. The Battery Charging Hub charges batteries in sequence according to their power levels from high to low, avoiding the hassle of interchanging them while charging. Charging in sequence gives you a fully charged battery in the quickest possible way.
How long does it take to fully charge a battery?
Approximately 1.5 hours.
How do I store the batteries when not in use?
It is recommended to fully charge the batteries at least once every three months.
Can I use other apps while updating the DJI GO 4 app?
No. If you do, the update will fail. You will then need to download the firmware and update it again.
Can I disconnect from the internet once the firmware has been downloaded?
What should I do if aircraft and battery firmware versions are inconsistent?
Connect the Mavic 2 to the DJI GO 4 app. The app will then check firmware compatibility automatically. You may upgrade according to the instructions.
Does the Mavic 2's remote controller support hot swapping while connected to DJI Assistant 2?
No. You need to connect the remote controller with a USB cable and then power on to connect to DJI Assistant 2.
What factors could lead to an update failure?
1. Low-battery level.
Before installing an update, make sure the battery level is above 50%.
2. Powering off the Mavic 2 or the remote controller during an update.
If this happens, restart the Mavic 2 and the remote controller, and begin the update again.
3. Internet was disconnected during the firmware download.
If the update failure persists, or the remote controller does not link with the aircraft, there may be firmware inconsistencies between devices. In this case, use DJI Assistant 2 on your computer to update the aircraft and the remote controller to the latest versions separately.
|Max Flight Distance:||18 km (11.2 mi) at a consistent 50 kph (31 mph)|
|Max Hovering Time:||29 minutes|
|Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level:||6000 m (3.7 mi)|
|Max Wind Resistance:||29–38 kph (18-23.6 mph)|
|Operating Frequency:||2.400 - 2.483 GHz 5.725 - 5.850 GHz|
|Takeoff Weight:||Mavic 2 Zoom: 905g|
|Transmitter Power (EIRP):||2.400 - 2.483 GHz FCC：≤26 dBm CE：≤20 dBm SRRC：≤20 dBm MIC：≤20 dBm 5.725-5.850 GHz FCC：≤26 dBm CE：≤14 dBm SRRC：≤26 dBm|
|Max Ascent Speed:||5 m/s (11.1 mph) S-mode 4 m/s (9 mph) P-mode|
|Max Descent Speed:||3 m/s (6.7 mph) S-mode 3 m/s (6.7 mph) P-mode|
|Max Speed:||72 kph (44.7mph) S-mode|
|Operating Temperature:||-10°C - 40°C|
|GPS Mode:||GPS, GLONASS|
|Hovering Accuracy (GPS Mode):||Vertical: ± 0.1 m (when vision positioning is active) ± 0.5 m (with GPS positioning) Horizontal: ± 0.3 m (when vision positioning is active) ± 1.5 m (with GPS positioning)|
|Max Angular Velocity:||200°/s|
|Max Tilt Angle:||35° (S-mode, with remote controller) 25° (P-mode)|
|Diagonal Distance:||354 mm|
|Dimensions:||Folded: 214×91×84 mm (length×width×height) Unfolded: 322×242×84 mm (length×width×height)|
|Internal Storage:||8 GB|
|Max Flight Time:||31 minutes (at a consistent 25 kph)|
|Max Transmitting Distance:||2.400 - 2.483 GHz; 5.725 - 5.850 GHz FCC: 8000 m CE: 5000 m SRRC: 5000 m MIC: 5000 m|
|Operating Current/Voltage:||1800 mA ⎓ 3.83 V|
|Supported Mobile Device Size:||Max length: 160 mm; max thickness: 6.5–8.5 mm|
|Operating Frequency:||2.400 - 2.483 GHz; 5.725 - 5.850 GHz|
|Operating Temperature:||0℃ - 40℃|
|Supported USB Port Types:||Lightning, Micro USB (Type-B), USB-C|
|Transmitter Power (EIRP):||2.400 - 2.483 GHz FCC: ≤26 dBm CE: ≤20 dBm SRRC: ≤20 dBm MIC: ≤20 dBm 5.725-5.850 GHz FCC: ≤26 dBm CE: ≤14 dBm SRRC: ≤26 dBm|
|Battery Type:||LiPo 4S|
|Charging Temperature:||5℃ - 40℃|
|Max Charging Power:||17.6 V|
|Max Video Bitrate:||100Mbps|
|Photo Formats:||JPEG / DNG (RAW)|
|Supported File Systems:||FAT32 (≤ 32 GB) exFAT (> 32 GB)|
|Video Formats:||MP4 / MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, HEVC/H.265)|
|Video Resolution:||4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p 2.7K: 2688×1512 24/25/30/48/50/60p FHD: 1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120p|
|Sensor:||1/2.3" CMOS Effective Pixels: 12 million|
|Lens:||FOV: about 83° (24 mm); about 48° (48 mm） 35 mm Format Equivalent: 24-48 mm Aperture: f/2.8 (24 mm)–f/3.8 (48 mm) Shooting Range: 0.5 m to ∞|
|ISO Range:||Video: 100-3200 Photo: 100-1600 (auto) 100-3200 (manual)|
|Shutter Speed:||Electronic Shutter: 8–1/8000s|
|Still Image Size:||4000×3000|
|Still Photography Modes:||Single shot Burst shooting: 3/5/7 frames Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3/5 bracketed frames at 0.7 EV Bias Interval (JPEG: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60s RAW:5/7/10/15/20/30/60s)|
|Forward:||Precision Measurement Range: 0.5 - 20 m Detectable Range: 20 - 40 m Effective Sensing Speed: ≤ 14m/s FOV: Horizontal: 40°, Vertical: 70°|
|Sensor:||Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing|
|Backward:||Precision Measurement Range: 0.5 - 16 m Detectable Range: 16 - 32 m Effective Sensing Speed: ≤ 12m/s FOV: Horizontal: 60°, Vertical: 77°|
|Downward:||Precision Measurement Range: 0.5 - 11 m Detectable Range: 11 - 22 m|
|Operating Environment:||Forward, Backward and Sides: Surface with clear pattern and adequate lighting (lux > 15) Upward: Detects diffuse reflective surfaces (>20%) (walls, trees, people, etc.) Downward: Surface with clear pattern and adequate lighting (lux > 15) Detects diffuse reflective surfaces (>20%) (walls, trees, people, etc.)|
|Upward:||Precision Measurement Range: 0.1 - 8 m|
|Side:||Precision Measurement Range: 0.5 - 10 m Effective Sensing Speed: ≤ 8m/s FOV: Horizontal: 80°, Vertical: 65°|
|Controllable Range:||Tilt: -90–30° Pan: -75–75°|
|Stabilization:||3-axis (tilt, roll, pan)|
|Angular Vibration Range:||±0.005° (Mavic 2 Zoom)|
|Mechanical Range:||Tilt: -135–45° Pan: -100–100°|
|Max Controllable Speed:||Tilt: 120° /s|
|Video Transmission System:||OcuSync 2.0|
|Name:||DJI GO 4|
|Live View Quality:||Remote Controller: 720p@30fps / 1080p@30fps DJI Goggles: 720p@30fps / 1080p@30fps DJI Goggles RE: 720p@30fps / 1080p@30fps|
|Latency:||120 - 130 ms|
|Required Operating System:||iOS 9.0 or later Android 5.0 or later|
|Max Live View Bitrate:||40Mbps|
|Supported SD Cards|
|Supported SD Cards:||Micro SD™ Supporting Micro SD with capacity up to 128 GB and R/W speed up to UHS-I Speed Grade 3|
|Recommended microSD Cards:||32G Sandisk V30 Sandisk Extreme V30 Pro 64G Sandisk Extreme Pro V30 128G Sandisk Extreme V30 Sandisk Extreme Pro V30 Kingston|
|Input:||100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 1.8A|
|Output:||Main: 17.6 V ⎓ 3.41 A or 17.0 V ⎓ 3.53 A USB: 5 V⎓2 A|
|Rated Power:||60 W|
|Voltage:||17.6 ± 0.1 V|