The DJI rep stated that Quickshots can be taken in 1080p, 2.7K or 4K resolution. While testing out the Quickshots, however, he found that he was only able to record in 1080p 30fps at 35Mbps. Hopefully, DJI will be enabling higher resolutions in a future software update. This isn’t the first video glitch for the Mavic Air 2.
The Mavic Air 2 has a 1/2″ CMOS sensor. For comparison, the Mavic 2 Pro has a much larger, 1” CMOS, 20 MP sensor. That’s twice the size (the Mavic 2 Pro is also about twice the price). Though, it’s a bit bigger than the 1/2.3-inch sensor found on other popular DJI drones like the Mavic Air, Mavic Mini and Mavic Pro Platinum.
Why DJI's Air 2S will be better than the Mavic Air 2? As we’ve previously reported, the Air 2S also features 5.4K video resolution – another significant leap from the Mavic Air 2. What else? The camera really is key here – and the single biggest reason why some people will want to get the Air 2S. But the drone has other improvements as well. As you can see in this image, it has additional obstacle sensors:
How the new DJI Mavic Air 2S compares to the Mavic Air 2 ? The Mavic Air 2S has a large one-inch imaging sensor DJI The biggest changes for DJI's latest drone center around its camera. While the photo resolution has decreased from 48 megapixels in the Air 2 to 20MP with the Air 2S, the size of the imaging sensor has increased significantly. It has in fact doubled from half an inch to a full inch.
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