About the DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo
An excellent quadcopter with helpful accessories
The DJI Mavic Air 2 folds up to a compact size for easy storage and transportation.
An excellent quadcopter with helpful accessories
The DJI Mavic Air 2 boasts an impressive onboard camera that offers creative options for aerial photographers and filmmakers. The aircraft's gimbal-mounted camera takes 48-megapixel stills and shoots 4K video with High Dynamic Range (HDR) for vibrant colors and detail.
The Fly More kit includes three rechargeable flight batteries and a charging hub to help you stay in the sky longer. There's also a handy shoulder bag for carrying the folded quadcopter, a set of neutral density (ND) filters for the camera lens, and additional replacement propellers.
Creative imaging modes
The Mavic Air 2 has plenty of special modes that let you get creative with the sharp images the camera provides.
- SmartPhoto combines scene recognition, HyperLight, and HDR for optimal results
- 8K Hyperlapse mode creates time-lapse videos and processes them automatically
- 4 HDR panorama modes: Vertical, Wide, 180-degree Panorama and Sphere
FocusTrack intelligent tracking modes — including Active Track 3.0, Spotlight 2.0, and Point of Interest 3.0 — help keep moving subjects in focus.
Fly fast and far
The Mavic series has always been popular with our customers, and the Mavic Air 2 builds on that legacy. It can fly for up to 34 minutes at a time, with a top speed of 42 miles per hour. Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0 obstacle sensing helps you navigate safely.
New low-noise flight technology makes for quieter flights. And the whole thing folds up so you can transport it to and from your launch site with ease.
Flight controller with OcuSync
The 'copter comes with an ergonomic handheld controller, with a dock for your smartphone so you can use it as a screen. The drone's OcuSync 2.0 digital video transmission system sends 1080p video to the controller from up to 6.2 miles away. It works over dual-band Wi-Fi with automatic switching to seek out the strongest frequency.
- quadcopter with 4K camera, controller, three batteries, and charging hub
- foldable, lightweight design makes it easy to carry to your launch destination
- low-noise flight technology for a quieter flight
- flight time: up to 34 minutes
- maximum speed: 42 mph (Sport Mode)
- dock your smartphone with the included controller
- GPS/GLONASS positioning allows super-accurate navigation
- Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0 obstacle sensing helps you fly safely
- records to optional microSD memory card (256GB max., Speed Class 10 or UHS-1 rating required)
- 10"W x 3-1/16"H x 7-1/4"D (unfolded)
- weight: 1.25 lbs.
- 48-megapixel 1/2" Quad Bayer CMOS image sensor
- aperture: f/2.8
- default 4K HDR video at 60 frames per second
- burst mode: 3/5/7 frames per second at 12-megapixels
- selectable D-Cinelike color profile lets you capture more details for post-processing
- SmartPhoto combines scene recognition, HyperLight, and HDR for optimal results
- scene recognition categories: sunset, skies, grass, snow, and trees
- 8K Hyperlapse mode creates time-lapse videos and processes them automatically
- 4 HDR panorama modes: Vertical (3328 x 8000 pixels), Wide (8000 x 6144), 180° Panorama (8192 x 3500) and Sphere (8192 x 4096)
- FocusTrack intelligent tracking modes include Active Track 3.0, Spotlight 2.0, and Point of Interest 3.0
- OcuSync 2.0 digital video transmission system:
- sends 1080p/30fps live video to the controller from up to 6.2 miles away
- dual-band Wi-Fi® with auto-switching
- 40 Mbps download speed
- share footage with the free, downloadable DJIGO app for iOS® and Android™ devices
Included accessories and warranty:
- six pairs of propellers
- compact remote controller
- integrated antennas for a strong connection at long range
- secure clamp for connecting smartphone to controller
- ergonomic design enhances comfort during long flights
- one micro USB cable
- one Lightning® to USB-A cable
- one USB-C to USB-A cable
- one pair of replacement control sticks
- 3 rechargeable intelligent flight batteries
- battery charger
- ND filters kit
- shoulder bag carrying case
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- Note: The FAA requires users to register their drones. State and/or local laws may also restrict the use of this drone in certain areas.
- MFR # CP.MA.00000167.03
What's in the box:
- Aerial drone
- Remote controller w/ integrated smartphone cradle
- 3 Batteries
- Charging hub
- Power bank adapter
- AC power adapter
- 39" AC power cord
- 3 ND filters (16/64/256)
- 12 Propellers
- 4 Joy-sticks
- 20" USB-C to USB-A cable
- 6.5" USB-C cable
- 6.5" microUSB to USB-C cable
- 6.5" Lightning to USB-C cable
- Carrying case
- Quick Start Guide
- In The Box & Disclaimer And Safety Guidelines
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Mavic Air 2: The Mavic Air 2 offers a variety of significant improvements compare to its predecessor from last year, the Mavic Air. These improvements can be found in its performance, intelligent features, flight time, and wireless transmission system. There is also a brand new DJI Fly app that provides an even more streamlined flying experience. It offers a safer and smarter flight experience with a maximum flight speed of 42 mph (Sport mode) and a maximum flight time of 34 minutes; the included the remote controller has a maximum runtime of 6 hours. The Mavic Air 2's powerful gimbal camera combines with the DJI Fly app's intelligent shooting modes to give you creative aerial photography and amazing results.
APAS 3.0 Obstacle Avoidance: Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0 utilizes an advanced mapping technology for smooth following and reliable obstacle avoidance in complex scenarios. Obstacle avoidance performance and automatic flight planning has dramatically improved compared to previous generations, increasing safety and providing more options. The Mavic Air 2 is equipped with both an Infrared Sensing System, as well as a Forward, Backward, and Downward Vision System.
- Forward & Backward Vision Sensors: The Forward and Backward Vision Systems consist of two cameras each. These vision systems help the aircraft perceive the environment around it for safer and more intelligent flight control. The forward vision sensor is accurate up to 72.1' (22 meters), while the backward vision sensor is accurate up to 75.4' (23.6 meters).
- Infrared & Downward Sensors: The Infrared Sensing System consists of two 3D infrared modules, while the Downward Sensing System consists of two cameras. The Downward cameras and Infrared 3D modules help to aircraft maintain its current position, hover in place, and fly indoors or in other environments where GPS is unavailable. In addition, an Auxiliary Bottom Light located on the underside of the aircraft improves viability for the Downward Vision System in weak light conditions.
- The Advanced Pilot Assistance System 3.0 is only available in Normal Flight mode and when flying forward or backward (APAS 3.0 disables when flying left or right).
- APAS 3.0 is disabled when using Intelligent Flight Modes and when recording in 4K @ 60/50/48 fps, 2.7K @ 60/50/48 fps, or 1080p @ 120/240 fps.
- The Vision System cameras are factory calibrated. If any abnormality is detected with a vision system camera, the aircraft will automatically preform calibration; not further manual calibration is required.
OcuSync 2.0 Technology: Built into the Mavic Air 2 and included remote controller is DJI's long-range transmission technology OcuSync 2.0 with dual-band auto switching for maximum wireless transmission of flight control and live video. OcuSync 2.0 has a wireless transmission distance of up to 6.2 miles (10 km)
- 1080p HD Video: OcuSync 2.0 has a video transmission distance of up to 6.2 miles (10 km) and can deliver a 1080p FHD resolution livestream directly from the drone's camera to your Apple iPhone or Android smartphone through the DJI Fly App. Now, you can enjoy more freedom for exploring and more clarity for that perfect shot.
- Dual Band: OcuSync 2.0 utilizes 2.4/5.8GHz dual-frequency communication and automatically switches to the best channel with the lowest interference in real time and low latency (120-130 ms). This significantly improves the aircraft's anti-interference ability in challenging environments, increasing flight safety.
Flight Modes: The Mavic Air 2 has 4 flight modes. The Normal, Sport, and Tripod mode can be selected manually. The Mavic Air 2 switches to the Attitude mode automatically in certain flight scenarios.
- Normal Mode: In this mode, the aircraft utilizes GPS and the Forward, Backward, and Downward Vision Systems, a well as the Infrared Sensing System to locate itself and stabilize. When the GPS signal is strong, the aircraft uses GPS to locate itself and stabilize. When the GPS is weak and the lighting conditions are sufficient, the aircraft uses vision systems to locate itself and stabilize. Maximum speed is 26 mph in Normal mode.
- Sport Mode: In Sport mode, the aircraft uses GPS for positioning and the aircraft responses are optimized for agility and speed making it more responsive to control stick movements. It can reach a maximum speed of 42 mph in Sport Mode. The Forward and Backward Vision Systems are disabled in Sport mode, which means the aircraft cannot sense obstacles and avoid them automatically.
- Tripod Mode: Tripod mode is based on Normal mode and the flight speed is limited, making the aircraft more stable during photo and video shooting.
- Attitude Mode: The aircraft automatically changes to this mode when the Vision Systems are unavailable or disabled and either the GPS signal is weak or the compass is experiencing interference. When the Vision Systems are unavailable the aircraft is not able to position itself or auto-brake, so potential flight hazards exist when flying in this mode. Environmental factors such as wind can result in horizontal shifting, which may present hazards - especially when flying in confined spaces.
Return To Home (RTH): The Return to Home (RTH) function brings the aircraft back to the last recored Home Point when the GPS signal is strong. It does this by recording its real-time flight path, and when you choose to return home or if the control signal gets lost or the battery is low, the aircraft will fly towards the Home Point, bypassing any signal obstruction and reconnect to the controller. When the Mavic Air detects an obstacle, it will choose a proper path to bypass it according to its altitude. The aircraft will match the images of the ground with those captured at takeoff for increased landing accuracy. When landing automatically, the Mavic Air will scan the terrain of the landing area in real-time, then warn the user and safely hover if it detects
Note: If the aircraft's video link signal is lost during flight while the remote controller is still able to operate the movements of the aircraft, there will be a prompt to initiate RTH that can be canceled.
Flight Recorder: Flight data including flight telemetry, aircraft status information, and other parameters are automatically saved to the internal data recorder of the DJI Mavic Air 2. The data can be accessed using the DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic software program (compatible with Windows PC and Mac).
FAA Rules & Regulations: Please familiarize yourself with the FAA's rules & regulations for unmanned aircraft systems before flying your drone. Click here for more details.
3-Axis Gimbal: The DJI Mavic Air 2 features a full stabilized 3-axis gimbal. The 3-axis gimbal provides stabilization of the Mavic Air 2' camera, allowing you to capture clear and stable images and video. The control pan range is -80 degrees to + 80 degrees, while the control control tilt range is -90 degrees to +24 degrees. You can use the gimbal dial on the remote controller or the DJI Fly app on your compatible smartphone device to control the tilt of the camera. There are two gimbal operations modes available - Follow Mode and FPV Mode.
- Follow Mode: The angle between the gimbals orientation and aircraft front remains constant at all times.
- FPV Mode: The gimbal synchronizes with the movement of the aircraft to provide a first-person flying experience.
Note: The default control tilt range is -90 degrees to 0 degrees. You can increase the control tilt range of -90 degrees to +24 degrees through the DJI Fly app.
1/2" CMOS Image Sensor: The Mavic Air 2's gimbal-mounted camera features a high-performance Quad Bayer 1/2" CMOS image sensor which can shoot up to 4K/60fps video and 48MP photos. The aperture of the camera is f2.8 with a shooting range of 3.3' (1 meter) to infinity. It has a 35mm equivalent focal length of 24mm and 84 degree FOV (field of view).
4K/60fps Video: The Mavic Air 2 shoots video at an incredible 4K/60 fps, recording at 120 Mbps to capture every second with UHD quality. With support for recording 1080p/120fps slow-motion video, the Mavic Air 2 can capture all your epic high-speed adventures. Video is recorded in MOV or MP4 (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, H.265/HEVC). 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. In addition to the standard color profile, the D-Cinelike flat color profile retains more information for post-processing.
- Shooting Modes: Choose from Normal, HDR, or Slow Motion video recording in Ultra-HD or HD.
- Normal: 4K (3840x2160) @ 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps, 2.7K (2688x1512) @ 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps, or 1080p (1920x1080) @ 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps
- HDR: 4K (3840x2160) @ 24/25/30 fps, 2.7K (2688x1512) @ 24/25/30 fps, or 1080p (1920x1080) @ 24/25/30 fps
- Slow Motion: 1080p (1920x1080) @ 120/240 fps
- ISO Modes: You can adjust the video ISO from 100 to 6400.
Note: To ensure the stability of the camera system, single video recordings are limited to 30 minutes.
48MP Photo: With a 0.5" CMOS sensor, the Mavic Air 2 captures impressive 48MP (8000x6000) or 12MP (4000x3000) photos. Still images are recorded in JPEG or DNG (RAW). You can select from a variety of shooting modes with auto ISO.
- Shooting Modes: Choose from a variety of shooting modes to capture 48MP or 12MP still images. 48MP images can only be capture in Single mode.
- Single: capture a single 12MP or 48MP still-image every-time the shutter button is pressed.
- Smart: Smart mode 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 - photos taken in Smart mode have a max resolution of 12MP.
- AEB: auto exposure bracketing can be set to 3 or 5 frames in 0.7EV steps; images will be captured at a maximum resolution of 12MP
- Burst: the Burst mode can be set to capture 3, 5, or 7 images at a time with one shutter-button press; images will will be captured a max resolution of 12MP
- Timed: interval shooting of 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 30, or 60 seconds; photos taken in this mode have a maximum resolution of 12MP
- Pano: choose from 180 degree, Wide Angle, Vertical and Sphere panoramas; the aircraft will automatically takes several photos according to the selected type of Pano and generates a panoramic shot; max resolution of 12MP
- ISO Modes: You can adjust the ISO for 12MP and 48MP still image photography.
- 12MP: adjustable from 100 to 3200 (auto)
- 48MP: adjustable from 100 to 1600 (auto)
Enhanced HDR: The DJI Mavic Air 2 offers enhanced HDR (High Dynamic Range) for amazing videos, photos, and panoramas with brilliant color, incredible contrast, and extreme detail.
- HDR Video: The secret to incredible HDR video is the 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 colorful, balanced, and eye-catching picture with higher dynamic range.
- HDR Photo: In strong lighting conditions, HDR significantly improves the dynamic range, adjusting exposure parameters and layering shots for more vibrant, high-quality photos. HyperLight optimizes photos taken in low-light conditions, resulting in less noise and enhanced clarity.
- HDR Panorama: Mavic Air 2 offers DJI's most advanced panorama mode, with a higher dynamic range and colors that are vivid and incredibly accurate.
FocusTrack: Professional-quality footage is effortless thanks to FocusTrack. This easy-to-use suite of intelligent tracking modes includes Active Track 3.0, Spotlight 2.0, and Point of Interest 3.0, allowing you to unleash your creativity.
- Spotlight: Fly freely while the camera remains locked on the subject with this convenient mode. Simply select your subject, fly, and record.
- ActiveTrack 3.0: Following subjects while avoiding obstacles is smoother than ever with the latest version of DJI's ActiveTrack technology. With better pathfinding and a faster and more accurate prediction of lost subjects, this technology keeps your subject in the center of the frame, even if they move behind a tree.
- POI 3.0: POI 3.0 improves the capabilities of POI 2.0, especially the recognition of flat surfaces. Where POI 2.0 might lose the target while tracking, this improved feature does not. POI 3.0 is now also able to dynamically track objects like people, cars, and boats.
Note: FocusTrack is not available while recording in 4K @ 60/50/48 fps, 2.7K @ 60/50/48 fps, or 1080p @ 120/240 fps.
QuickShots: Capture cinematic video clips automatically with QuickShots. With just a few taps, Mavic Air 2 plans and flies a complicated aerial route for a professional-quality shot. You can even add music, effects, and filters with super-intuitive Story templates so you can share your masterpiece directly to social media.
- Dronie: The aircraft flies backward and ascends with the camera locked on the subject.
- Rocket The aircraft ascends with the camera pointing downward.
- Circle: The aircraft circles around the subject.
- Helix: The aircraft ascends and spirals around the subject.
- Boomerang: The aircraft flies around the subject in a oval path, ascending a it flies away from its starting point and descending as it flies back. The aircraft's starting point forms one end of the oval's long axis, while the other end of its long axis is at the opposite side of the subject from the starting point.
- Asteroid: The aircraft flies backward and upward, takes several photos, and then flies back to the starting point. The video generated starts with a panorama of the highest position and then shows the descent.
Hyperlapse: The Mavic Air 2 supports Hyperlapse videos, allowing you to warp time and space for especially stunning footage. Best of all, you can achieve this shot without complex post-processing. Choose from Free, Circle, Course Lock, and Waypoint modes, select the shooting location, and the DJI Fly app will do the rest. The Free and Waypoint modes support up to 8K resolution.
- Course Lock: Course Lock can be used in two ways. One, the orientation of the aircraft is fixed but a subject cannot be selected. Second, the orientation of the aircraft is fixed and the aircraft flies around a selected object.
- Free: The aircraft automatically takes photos and generates a timelapse video. Free mode can be used while the aircraft is on the ground. After takeoff, you'll control the aircraft's movements and gimbal angle using the remote controller.
- Waypoint: The aircraft automatically takes a photo on a flight path of two to five waypoints and generates a timelapse video. The aircraft can fly in order from waypoint 1 to 5 or 5 to 1.
- Circle: The aircraft automatically takes photos while flying around the selected subject to generate a timelapse video.
Note: For all hyperlapse videos, you can set the interval time, video duration, and max speed.
microSD Card Slot: In addition to its internal 8GB flash memory, the Mavic Air 2 features a microSD card slot for storage of MP4/MOV videos and JPEG/RAW photos on a microSD/SDHC/SDXC memory card (up to 256GB). A UHS-I Speed Grade 3 rating microSD card is required due to the fast read and write speed necessary for high-resolution video data.
ND Filters: The Mavic Air 2 offers two ND filter sets that help control exposure and provide more creative options. The include ND 16/64/256 set is helpful for adjusting shutter speed and in extreme lighting conditions, while the optional ND 4/8/32 set (sold separately) enables vivid images even with low ISO values.
Remote Controller: The DJI Mavic Air 2 comes with a dedicated wireless remote controller that works in tandem with the DJI Fly App and your compatible smartphone device to control flight pattern and capture aerial images. The dedicated remote controller utilizes DJI's OcuSync 2.0 wireless transmission system to maintain a 2.4/5.8GHz wireless 1080p HD video feed at a distance of up to 6.2 miles (10 km) with the DJI Fly app and your compatible Apple OS or Android smartphone device. The newly designed remote controller features an ergonomic design for a more comfortable grip and boasts an impressively long battery life of 240 minutes. The new clamp makes attaching smartphones fast and easy, while integrated antennas significantly improve user experience.
- The remote controller reaches its maximum transmission distance (FCC) in a wide-open area with no electromagnetic interference at an altitude of approximately 400' (120 m).
- The Mavic Air 2 will also be compatible with DJI's Smart Controller (sold separately) through a future firmware update.
DJI Fly App: The Mavic Air 2 requires the DJI Fly app (for Apple iOS 10.0+ and Android OS 6.0+), which has been designed to provide you with intuitive controls that make flight easier than ever. The DJI Fly app offers a simple and intuitive user experience, enabling you to create cinematic shots that you can share. It even has Flight Tutorial, a feature to help you get started with the Mavic Air 2 quickly and safely.
- Live Video Feed: The DJI Fly app provides a live 1080p HD video feed (up to 6.2 miles) on your compatible Apple iOS or Android smartphone device.
- Flight Status: Parameters like signal strength, flying mode, altitude, distance, and battery level are easily visible during flight so you always have access to the latest information.
- Camera Settings: With a sleek and efficient interface, DJI Fly provides an expanded view for composition and shooting. You can easily adjust camera parameters, quickly switch between shooting modes, and adjust the gimbal angle on the screen
- Editing Suite: Shooting, editing, and sharing can all be done the the DJI Fly app. You can also easily manage storage with the ability to export or delete footage directly in the app.
Note: The DJI Mavic Air 2 is not compatible with previous and other DJI apps. Only use the DJI Fly app.
Smartphone Cradle: The included remote controller's integrated smartphone cradle will hold Apple iOS and Android OS smartphone devices that 1.25" to 3.25" wide and no more than 0.5" thick. Devices beyond this measurement range are not supported. Make sure to remove the protective case or cover from your smartphone device before attaching it to the remote controller.
- Smartphone Connection: The remote controller features a USB-C port for a wired connection of your compatible Apple iOS or Android OS smartphone device. A Lightning, USB-C, and microUSB adapter cables are provided to make the connection between your compatible smartphone device and the remote controller's USB-C port.
- Smartphone Charging: The remote controller's USB-C port will also charge your Apple iOS or Android device with a charging ability of 5V/500mA. The remote controller will automatically charge Android devices. For iOS devices, first make sure the charging feature is enabled in the DJI Fly app (charging for iOS devices is disabled by default and needs to be enabled each time the remote controller is powered on).
DJI Academy: The DJI Fly app includes access to the DJI Academy where you can find easy-to-follow flight tutorials and instructional videos to help you get started.
SkyPixel: Take part in the world's largest aerial imaging community at SkyPixel. Learn tips and tricks from power users, find people to fly with and give your productions a global audience. SkyPixel can be accessed through the DJI Fly app.
Rechargeable Batteries: The DJI Mavic Air 2 is powered by a high-density, rechargeable lithium-polymer (LiPo) battery that has a capacity of 3500mAh and voltage of 11.55V. This battery can provide a maximum flight time of up to 34 minutes (at 11 mph with 0 wind) and a hover time of 33 minutes (with 0 wind). The included remote controller features a built-in, rechargeable lithium-polymer battery with a capacity of 5200mAH and can last up to 6 hours. The operating temperature for both batteries is 41°F to 104°F. The batteries must be fully charged before using it for the first time.
- Intelligent Flight Battery: The DJI Intelligent Flight Battery in the Mavic Air adopts the latest technologies to ensure that the flight control system is able to obtain accurate battery level. This allows it to calculate remaining flight times more accurately. It also gives pilots a full understanding of the overall battery status, including real-time battery cell status, circle number, temperature and more - and all in the DJI Fly app on your smartphone.
- BMS (Battery Management System): As well as monitoring the battery status during flight, the BMS (Battery Management System) also has overcharge and over discharge protection, reducing the likelihood of battery damage. When not in use for extended periods of time, DJI Intelligent Flight Battery automatically discharges to 50% charge, keeping it at an optimum charge level for extended battery life. When flying in cold temperatures, the BMS will activate low-temperature protection and will control power output according to the temperature. This ensures the battery can provide adequate propulsion without damage from the cold.
Notes: The aerial drone will automatically return to home if the battery signal is getting too low. The drone may land automatically if the current battery level can only support the aircraft long enough to descend from its current altitude.
Battery Charger: An AC power adapter is included to charge the Mavic Air 2's Intelligent Flight Battery. The AC power adapter is also outfitted with one USB (type-A) port to charge the built-in battery of the included remote controller. The included Charging Hub and powerbank adapter lets you charge up to three Intelligent Flight Batteries and the battery of the remote controller at once. The Intelligent Flight Batteries will be charged in sequence according to their power levels, from high to low.
Note: The Intelligent Flight Battery must be removed from the aircraft for charging using the AC power adapter or Charging Hub.
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