Support for Mavic 2


FAQ

354 mm.
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Yes.
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Test standard: 5000 times.
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First unfold the front arms, then the rear arms.
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The compass is in the top of the aircraft, and the antennas are inside the landing gears.
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There is no need to remove the propellers when in transit.
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2.5 kg
283x277x110.
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When the indicator blinks green quickly, the aircraft is braking.
When the indicator blinks yellow slowly, the aircraft is in Attitude mode.
When the indicator blinks green slowly, the aircraft is in GPS Positioning mode.
When the indicator blinks green twice, the aircraft is in Vision Positioning mode.
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Yes.
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The same way as the Mavic Pro. Push both control sticks to the bottom inner or outer corners to stop the motors. (Stop the motors if the aircraft crashes, the flight altitude or attitude cannot be controlled.)
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No, the Mavic 2's flight controller has been optimized for the Mavic 2's new design.
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No, the flight data is stored on a smaller storage drive with much faster write speeds.
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The fan responds to the chip's temperature.
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No.
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A 3-axis gimbal.
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No, but a portrait can be captured by using Vert under Pano mode in the app.
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1. Integrated gimbal axis arm.
2. Stereoscopic damping and stronger anti-disturbance capability.
3. Advanced gimbal calibration algorithms and fusion algorithm.
4. Up to ±0.005° gimbal control accuracy.
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Yes, as the gimbal's lower mechanical limiting angle is relatively small, if the drone flies backward when the gimbal is facing downwards by 90 degrees, the gimbal may hit the limiter causing the video will shake. To avoid this happening, the gimbal will automatically adjust its attitude and lift up. It also occurs when the drone flies forwards and brakes.
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No.
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Yes, it is normal.
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Yes, press and drag your finger on the image transmission screen in the app to control the yaw axis movement.
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1. The aircraft is moving.
2. The aircraft exited Pano mode after the control sticks were pushed.
3. The aircraft exited Pano mode due to height limitations.
4. The aircraft exited Pano mode due to distance limitations.
5. The aircraft exited Pano mode as the gimbal is stuck.
6. The gimbal is moving.
7. The storage space is full.
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The Mavic 2 Pro's Camera Sensor is 1"" .
The Mavic 2 Zoom's Camera Sensor is 1/2.3"".
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Yes.
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No.
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No, only the Mavic 2 Zoom has an optical zoom.
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Dlog-M was specifically designed to work with the Mavic 2 Pro's camera and as such would not work so well with the Mavic 2 Zoom's camera.
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Yes.
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The Mavic 2 Zoom can capture 4x lossless 1080p zoom video, and the optical zoom is 24 mm to 48 mm.
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The L1D-20c camera was specially created for the Mavic 2 Pro by DJI and Hasselblad with the goal of creating a seamless user experience, optimizing the lens, image processing, and image effects. The use of Hasselblad's Hasselblad Natural Color Solution (HNCS) lets photographers capture color with the utmost accuracy.
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The Mavic 2 Zoom's camera framing is more convenient, helping to reduce creation time during flight, and it has more lens languages for a variety of different effects when shooting videos, while the Mavic 2 Pro equipped with the L1D-20c camera (1-inch sensor) created by DJI and Hasselblad captures greater image details and has a stronger low light shooting capability.
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72km/h in Sport mode while flying in windless conditions.
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The diameter is 8.7 inch, and the model is 8743F.
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If the propeller is scratched, bent, or damaged, replace it immediately. It is recommended to replace them at least every three months.
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No.
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Level 5
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No. The Mavic 2's low noise propellers are a different design to the ones used with Mavic Pro Platinum.
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The Mavic 2 has a specially optimized rotor system for better forward flight, and the more aerodynamic design allows the Mavic 2 to consume less power flying forwards than when hovering, so the hover time is 29 minutes in a windless environment, and 31 minutes of flight in a windless environment while travelling at a consistent speed.
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Yes, press and hold the C1, C2, and Record Button. When the remote controller makes beeping sounds, press the shutter button.
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8000m (FCC).
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Thickness: 6.5 to 8.5 mm.
Max. Length: 160 mm.
Port Type: Lightning, Micro USB (Type-B), USB-C.
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Yes.
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143.9x78.3x61.2 mm.
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0℃ to 40℃.
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Yes.
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The remote controller can be updated with DJI GO 4 or DJI Assistant 2.
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3950 mAh.
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1800mA @ 3.83V (when supplying power to external devices).
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Around 2.5 hours (in a controlled test environment).
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No.
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Yes, connect the mobile device to the remote controller by inserting the normal USB cable to the USB port at the bottom of the remote controller. Ensure that the Micro USB port on the side of the remote controller is not connected to any device.
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No, the drone can only be controlled by the remote controller.
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This is over or underexposure caused by forgetting to adjust the camera's settings while in manual exposure mode. To fix it go to the image transmission screen and tap the exposure mode setting in the right corner and choose the auto exposure mode.
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120 - 130 ms (affected by the shooting environments and mobile device's performance).
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720p@30fps, 1080p@30fps (Remote Controller).
720p@60fps, 1080p@30fps (DJI Goggles).
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FCC: 8km; CE: 5km; SRRC: 5km.
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Yes, channel settings can be set in the app. Under Wi-Fi settings, you can select auto mode and manual mode. If manual mode is selected, you can set the channel as required, however, please note that channel settings can only be changed before a flight.
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Yes.
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When more than 25 photos are captured (the generated video will be longer than 1s), the video will be generated regardless of whether the Hyperlaspe mode is exited abnormally or low battery RTH is triggered.
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No.
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With Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) enabled, the aircraft will auto plan the flight route when encountering an obstacle. If the control stick is pushed forward or backward, the Mavic 2 will fly around the obstacle. If the drone cannot go around the obstacle, it will hover in place. Do not fly the aircraft over small obstacles or in narrow spaces as APAS may not function normally.
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Yes, but the lateral vision sensor can only be used in ActiveTrack and Tripod mode.
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Yes, on iPhone 7s or later.
Videos with a resolution higher than 2.7k can be downloaded depending on the device's capability.
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The Intelligent Flight Batteries will be charged one by one according to their power levels, from high to low.
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If the indicator is solid green, the battery is fully charged.
If the indicator pulses green, the battery is charging.
If the indicator blinks yellow, the battery's temperature is too high or low, and the battery cannot be charged temporarily (If charging indoors, when the temperature is suitable, the battery charging hub will automatically start charging the battery).
If the indicator is solid yellow, the battery charging hub is in waiting status, and no batteries need to be charged.
If the indicator is solid red, there is an error with the battery.
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In this case, fully charge the battery or warm up the battery. The higher the battery level, the more electrical energy is released.
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5℃ to 40℃.
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Yes, before charging, make sure that the Intelligent Flight Battery is turned off otherwise the power port may be damaged.
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The battery's firmware is updated when the aircraft's firmware is updated. If the battery needs to be updated, an "Inconsistent Firmware Found" warning will be shown in the app, slide the slider to update the battery.
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80 W.
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3850 mAh.
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Approx. 297 g.
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17.6V (Fully charged voltage).
15.4V (Typical voltage).
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LiPo 4S.
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59.29 Wh.
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New batteries are in hibernation mode and need to be charged to activate them.
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It takes about 15s to activate the battery. Insert the battery into the charger or battery charging hub to activate the battery.
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31 minutes (In windless conditions traveling at a steady 25 km/h).
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1. Do not fly the aircraft over monochrome surfaces (e.g., pure black, pure white, pure red, and pure green).
2. Do not fly the aircraft over highly reflective surfaces.
3. Do not fly the aircraft over water or transparent surfaces.
4. Do not fly the aircraft over moving surfaces or subjects (e.g., crowds, shrubs blown by winds, or grass).
5. Do not fly the aircraft in an area where the lighting changes frequently or drastically.
6. Do not fly the aircraft over extremely dark (lux<10) or bright (lux>10.000) surfaces.
7. Do not fly the aircraft over surfaces that can absorb or reflect infrared light (e.g., mirrored surface).
8. Do not fly the aircraft over surfaces without clear patterns.
9. Do not fly the aircraft over surfaces with identical repeating patterns or textures (e.g., tiling).
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No, do not fly the Mavic 2 in a foggy place. Otherwise, the Mavic 2's Vision System may malfunction, and may not even be able to land.
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No, only the downward vision system can be turned off in the app.
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It is not recommended to fly the aircraft close to the water (within 2 m from the water). When flying above the water, the vision positioning function will turn off automatically, and only the GPS and barometer are used for positioning.
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Forward Vision Sensor:
Distance range: 0.5-20 m; Detection range: 20-40 m; Effective obstacle avoidance speed: 14 m/s.
Backward Vision Sensor:
Distance range: 0.5-16 m; Detection range: 16-32 m; Effective obstacle avoidance speed: 12 m/s.
Downward Vision Sensor:
Distance range: 0.5-11 m; Detection range: 11-22 m.
Lateral Vision Sensor:
Detection range: 0.5-10 m; Effective obstacle avoidance speed: 8 m/s.
Upward and Downward Infrared Sensing System:
Detection range: 0-8 m
Surface with clear pattern and adequate lighting (reflectivity>20%; lux > 15).
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0 .5 m to 30 m (Without GPS; Max. height: 5 m)
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It is recommended to clean it with a lens cloth and blow on it slightly to remove the dust.
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1. Flying toward small objects with the width less than 0.2 m or its size less than 0.25 square meters (e.g., power lines).
2. Flying in a strong light. The aircraft may brake when flying toward the sun.
3. Fly the aircraft over surfaces without clear patterns or with identical repeating patterns or textures (e.g., monochrome surfaces, white wall, and tiling).
4. Flying over reflective surfaces (e.g., glass and mirror).
5. Flying towards thin objects (e.g., leaves, and branches).
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Forward Vision Sensor: Horizontal: 40°, Vertical: 70°.
Backward Vision Sensor: Horizontal: 60°, Vertical: 77°.
Downward Vision Sensor: Front and Rear: 100°, Left, and Right: 83°.
Lateral Vision Sensor: Horizontal: 100°, Vertical: 83°.
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Tutorial Videos

First Flight
First Flight
How to use the Mavic 2’s Hyperlapse Mode
How to use the Mavic 2’s Hyperlapse Mode
Dolly Zoom
Dolly Zoom
Mavic 2 Series Point of Interest 2.0 Tutorial
Mavic 2 Series Point of Interest 2.0 Tutorial
How to Link the Mavic 2 Remote Controller
How to Link the Mavic 2 Remote Controller
How to Activate DJI Mavic 2
How to Activate DJI Mavic 2
How to calibrate DJI Mavic 2’s Vision System
How to calibrate DJI Mavic 2’s Vision System
How to Calibrate the IMU
How to Calibrate the IMU
How to Update the Firmware with DJI GO 4
How to Update the Firmware with DJI GO 4
How to Update the Firmware with Assistant 2
How to Update the Firmware with Assistant 2

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