DJI Air 2S combines the DJI Mavic Air 2's compact design

DJI Air 2S combines the DJI Mavic Air 2's compact design

Welcome to the Air 2S

Welcome to the Air 2S


New model upgrades and releases from DJI Innovations are always ‘highly anticipated’ and the newest release - the DJI Air 2S drone has now arrived!

DJI Air 2S combines the DJI Mavic Air 2's compact design and the Mavic 2 Pro's image quality, resulting in an all-round drone delivering several new features over the previous Mavic Air 2. DJI have also dropped the name ‘Mavic”.

Camera performance, intelligent features, obstacle sensing system, and transmission system have all improved significantly from the Mavic Air.

Upgrades include a 1-inch CMOS sensor, four-antenna low-latency transmission, APAS 4.0, added upward dual vision sensors, and MasterShots flight modes.


The DJI Mavic Air2S Main Features

  • A large 20MP 1-inch CMOS sensor
  • 8X Digital zoom
  • Shoots up to 5.2K video
  • MasterShots flight modes
  • Three video colour profiles
  • Normal (8 bit) DLOG (10 bit) HLG (10 bit)
  • Obstacle avoidance in 4 directions
  • Clean image quality, even at high ISO settings
  • 595g weight and foldable design - half the weight of the Mavic 2 pro
  • New Remote Controller and;
  • DJI Smart Controller compatibility
  • 7.9 GB of internal storage
  • AirSense - ADS-B aviation technology
  • Maximum flight time of 31 minutes


The Air2S Combo

The Air2S Combo


Early flight test reviews of the DJI Air 2S have been enthusiastic in their opinions. Described by one high profile YouTube reviewer - Peter McKinnon as: “A mash up of DJI’s latest and greatest machines - the Mavic 2 pro and Mavic Air.

The new MasterShots flight mode produces interesting results, as a showcase of all the QuickShots in a single video clip. Combining the Boomerang / Rocket / Circle / Helix and Asteroid shots.

In conclusion:

Video - it’s possible to shoot 5.4K at up to 30fps, 4K at up to 60fps and Full HD at up to 120fps, so slow-motion video is available. One downside to the DJI Air2S is the camera’s lack of aperture control, compared to the sensor on Mavic 2 pro. DJI say’s this is to save weight and is unlikely to change on this model.

Zoom - There’s also the 8x digital zoom, which starts at 4x with 4K at 30fps video and goes up to 8x with 1080p at 30fps. Unfortunately, Zoom recording isn’t available while shooting 10-bit videos or 120fps videos.

Price: £899 or £1169 for the Fly More Combo package

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