Design and controller
The Mavic 2 Pro maintains the foldable design debuted by its predecessor. This allows the drone to almost halve its footprint for transportation, making it the most portable drone with a one-inch sensor available. Folding is simple and requires the front arms to be rotated out and the rear arms to be twisted up and into position. Each arm is home to one of four propellers.
The main body of the Mavic 2 Pro is compact and rectangular, with the gimbal and camera mounted at the front/bottom of the drone. The camera and gimbal benefit from a raised position when the drone is sitting on the ground, so there’s ground clearance for take-off or landing. There’s not a great deal of space though, so when taking off and landing on wet grass, for example, it pays to use a landing mat to make sure the camera lens doesn’t get wet when the gimbal automatically calibrates after the drone’s turned on.
Features and flight
Flying the DJI Mavic 2 Pro really couldn’t be simpler. This is thanks in part to GPS, which holds the drone in position and stops it from getting blown out of position by the wind, and safety features like collision avoidance, which uses omnidirectional obstacle sensing that helps you avoid crashing.
These features are truly incredible, but don’t let them lull you into a false sense of security – despite being active by default, they won’t necessarily stop the drone from crashing into objects.Buy TheDJI Mavic 2 Pro Fly More Combo Best price online from CELLULAR KENYA,Nairobi
In many cases, when you get too close to an object the controller will show visual warnings, as well as sound audio warnings to let you know of imminent danger, and the drone will brake to avoid a collision. However, this isn’t always the case and crashes can and do happen, so care and common sense are essential to avoid any incidents.