Mounted Hasselblad cameraThe DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone has a powerful camera from Hasselblad, capable of capturing stunning 20 megapixel aerial shots. The CMOS sensor is now bigger at 1″ compared to the original Mavic Pro, capturing more light and greater detail. Night-time shooting will get you clear images.Capture the perfect sunset with the Hasselblad camera. Capable of capturing over one billion colours, you can get every shade of orange as the sun slips into the horizon. The aperture is adjustable to the situation, so you can get clear photos of a city at night or smooth video on a clear day.Video footage is captured in 4K HDR. You can plug straight into your TV and watch back with HDR, which creates a higher contrast so that images look more realistic and less washed out.HyperlapseSay goodbye to complicated post-processing. With Hyperlapse, the DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone will stay stable in the air while capturing a timelapse video and process it into a professional-quality video automatically. Capture a shifting skyline, and share to social media with the tap of a button. You can then save the path to use again at a later time, so you can get the same video in day or night.OcuSync 2.0You can fly the DJI Mavic 2 Pro out to a distance of 8 km, and still receive clear Full HD video footage. You can bring it mountain climbing with you for incredible video that would be otherwise impossible to get.The Mavic 2 Pro uses dual transmission frequencies, so you always get a crystal clear connection.Flies faster, longer, and quieterThe DJI Mavic 2 Pro has been designed for better aerial performance, and the reduced drag allows it to reach speeds of up to 45 mph. The motors spin quietly, so you won’t disturb your surroundings when flying low.With improvements in battery technology, the DJI Mavic 2 Pro can stay airborne for up to 31 minutes at a time. You can capture longer videos and have more attempts at getting that perfect shot.Active track 2.0When you pick a subject for the DJI Mavic 2 Pro to track, it will map the subject’s location in 3D. You can capture footage of a car driving along a scenic road and the drone will keep up. It’ll even anaylise where the car will travel, to stay on track even if the vehicle goes through an underpass.Visual and infrared sensors track obstacles from any direction, and the DJI Mavic 2 adjusts its flight paths accordingly, so it won’t knock into any surroundings.DJI GogglesYou can connect the DJI Mavic 2 to DJI Goggles (sold separately) and get a new view of the world. The Full HD visuals will give you a live view of what the drone sees, and it will track your head movements and move the camera let you focus on what you want.___________________________________________Please note: when flying a drone in the UK you must follow The Drone Code as set out by The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Never fly in an airport’s flight restriction zone and other restricted zones.Regulations apply to drones and model aircraft from 250 g to 20 kg that are used outdoors. There are three main requirements. You must:- Pass an online test to get a flyer ID if you want to fly a drone or model aircraft- Register for an operator ID if you’re responsible for a drone or model aircraft- Label any drones and model aircraft you’re responsible for with your operator ID.For more information visit dronesafe.uk.