According to a statement the BBC obtained from a DJI spokesman, the catalog also only shows a "hint" of what will be on offer with the new drones. The newest issue of the United Kingdom catalog Argos has spilled the beans on nearly everything except the pricing, and drone fans have been quick to share the ad online.
DJI has just confirmed that they will be making a second generation of the Mavic Pro which will definitely get drone and photo enthusiast excited.
The Mavic 2 Zoom offers a with a 24mm-48mm zoom lens allowing for in-camera dolly zoom shots, one of the more popular shots drone operators use but had previously required lossy post production techniques to achieve. In the catalogue, there is no mention of the recording capabilities, though we would not rule out 4K recording features.
Earlier in the month, a leak made the rounds that claimed to show the upcoming DJI Mavic 2 drone.
Beyond that we now know that the cameras will include a 360-degree collision awareness system as well as a speedy 45mph top speed.
Anyway, what does the leak tell us about DJI's new drones?
All we have right now is what to expect when the Mavic 2 drones finally land, and a pending decision on whether you want a Hasselblad camera with no zoom or the flexibility of a 2x lens. It will be interesting to see what differentiates the two drones from each other in more detail.
The leaks do not reveal the pricing, and DJI still hasn't announced an official launch date after it cancelled it's July 18 launch event "See the Bigger Picture". Meanwhile, professionals can look forward to the DJI Mavic 2Pro which will have Hasselblad-design optics, as well as a larger 1-inch sensor on board.
We'll have to wait and see, but if all of this comes to fruition there are some big product launches on the way from DJI.
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