DJI MAVIC 2 PRO
DJI Mavic 2 Pro integrates the new Hasselblad camera
Manufactured in Sweden, the Hasselblad cameras are known for their ergonomic design, their determined commitment to image quality and the quality of Swedish craftsmanship.
The Hasselblad cameras were born in 1941 and have captured some of the most iconic moments of the last century – including the arrival of man on the Moon.
As a result of the collaboration with Hasselblad and two years of relentless research, the DJI Mavic 2 Pro is equipped with the new Hasselblad L1D-20c camera. The L1D-20c uses Hasselblad’s HNCS (Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution) technology to capture stunning 20-megapixel aerial images with incredibly detailed color.
1-inch CMOS sensor
The new 1-inch CMOS sensor has an active detection area four times more effective than that of the original Mavic Pro sensor. This large sensor also offers better performance in low-light environments with a wider ISO range, increasing the maximum ISO from 3200 to 12 800.
10-bit Dlog-M color profile
The Mavic 2 Pro can use a 10-bit Dlog-M color profile that provides a wider dynamic range, giving you more flexibility when editing.
The system records up to one billion colors (compared to 16 million colors in 8-bit color coding technologies) and retains a higher level of detail in both bright and dark areas.
Now you can capture the subtlest gradients of a sunset or sunrise, leaving more freedom during post-production.
By being able to use 10-bit HDR in 4K, it is possible to connect the Mavic 2 Pro to a 4K TV with HLG and immediately play the video with the correct color tones, including more prominent light areas and higher contrast, which make HDR a very stunning option To.
The adjustable aperture of f/2.8-f/11 results in stunning image quality in both high-light environments and low-light environments.
- When recording in low light, you can set the aperture to f/2.8 to allow more light to enter and take clear, well-lit photos.
- When recording in high light, you can set the aperture to f/11 to slow down shutter speed and make your videos more fluid.