DJI Air 2S teaser reveals a 1-inch sensor, 20MP, ADS-B

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Breaking the internet is a leaked teaser/marketing video showing the soon-to-be-released DJI Air 2S drone. In the video, we can see the following specs seemingly confirmed.

The DJI Air 2S in the video shows us:

  • A 1-inch sensor
  • 20MP stills capability
  • Silent props
  • ADS-B In
  • Obstacle avoidance sensors in the front, top, and back.
  • Confirms the Air 2S name

Apart from the new top OA sensors, the DJI Air 2S looks very similar if not identical to the original DJI Mavic 2 Air.

The Air 2s will weigh 600 grams, which is about 30 grams heavier than the Air 2. The drone is said to include10 bit color into the camera, giving it the ability to capture over a billion colors and support Intelligent HDR.

Other features include hyperlapse and a panorama function. Apparently the Air 2S is capable of reaching a maximum speed of up to 19 meters per second (about 68 kilometers per hour), which is the same as the Mavic Air 2. Like the Mavic Air 2, the Air 2S also has 8GB of onboard storage.

Another new addition includes “Master Shots,” which has the drone perform ten different maneuvers of a subject and make short recordings.

The drone should also include DJI’s “Spotlight 2.0” and “Point of Interest 3.0” along with the “ActiveTrack 4.0.” Additionally, the DJI Air 2S will also be upgraded to autopilot version 4.0. This would allow it to detect objects in all four directions and avoid them. The drone is expected to be powered by a 3,500mAh battery, which had been first confirmed in a previous FCC listing. While the exact pricing and launch date are unknown, it is expected to be around $950 US Dollars and could be announced sometime this month.


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