More DJI Mavic Air 2 Photos And Specs Leak Along With Rumored $799 Price Tag
Leading up to the official unveil of the drone, which is expected to take place on April 27, some additional details and photos have leaked onto the internet. The drone wouldn't be mistaken for anything else but a Mavic, and is a clear evolution of its Mavic Air predecessor. DroneDJ, who originally uncovered the promo images that you see here, notes that the curved blades found on these new propellers should help to cut down a bit on overall noise levels when flying the drone.
We can also see the fold-out supports for the arms that hold the front rotors on the Mavic Air have been removed. It was a fussy design element that added complexity and weight, so we’re glad to see it gone. Instead, we get fixed supports that elevate the drone to give clearance for the camera when settled on the ground. The battery, which was mounted on the bottom of the Mavic Air, has been repositioned to the top for easier access on the Mavic Air 2.
The Mavic Air 2 adopts a new 48MP image sensor (1/2-inch CMOS) with an f/2.8 aperture. The Mavic Air can shoot 4K video at 30fps, but it is currently unknown if the Mavic Air will bump that capability up to 4K at 60fps.
As expected, the Mavic Air 2 is said to launch at $799, which is the same price that its predecessor launched at back in early 2018. That means that you can expect to see fire sales on current Mavic Air inventory in the coming weeks and months.