Mavic 2 Leaked Image: What Does it Tell Us?
The first picture of the new Mavic 2 was just released, and with it we gain a little bit of insight into the design of the drone. Here is what we think:
- This is more than just a camera design. This is a new camera system. The camera and gimbal look to be removable. There doesn’t look like an easy way to add lenses or filters, but it does look like this system might come off and attach to a handheld gimbal. Perhaps we can swap cameras for a different field of view. There might even be a Mavic-Osmo package.
2. This one is more powerful. The motors are bigger. While this isn’t a surprise we believed this was coming. We expect better performance from the Mavic 2.
3. The remote looks to be a similar design, holding your smartphone under the remote. We are hoping for a remote upgrade option that includes an integral remote.
These new motors look bigger and more powerful.
4. The Mavic 2 will have obstacle avoidance on 5 sides. There is definitely obstacle avoidance cameras on both the front and the side. We know that there are sensors on the back and the bottom of the drone. We also do not see any sensors on the top of the drone.
5. There are multiple versions of the Mavic 2. We have heard rumors of this and the silver band helps to confirm that. Typically DJI has used the silver band for the advanced versions of their drones and reserved gold banding for the Pro lineup. Will the Pro version launch at the same time? Will it have a better camera? We will find out soon.
While the initial launch was scheduled for July 18 it has been delayed. We will be there at launch. Stay tuned for more info.
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