Featuring a 1-inch CMOS sensor, powerful autonomous functions, and a compact body weighing less than 600 g, DJI Air 2S is the ultimate drone for aerial photographers on the move. Take this all-in-one aerial powerhouse along anywhere to experience and record your world in stunning detail."
Big World, Big Sensor
Equipped with a 1-inch image sensor and large 2.4μm pixels, DJI Air 2S is capable of 5.4K/30fps and 4K/60fps video. Capture any moment with the rich clarity and authentic color tones it deserves for results that amaze.
Turn On the Night
Capture the allure of the world, even as it darkens. Thanks to a high dynamic range, high resolution, and accurate color reproduction, even low-light scenes are sharp and vibrant.
One Billion Colors
Fully immerse yourself in all the hues of your environment. The 10-bit Dlog-M color profile can record up to one billion colors while retaining all the little details that make footage pop.
RAW format photos with a dynamic range of up to 12.6 stops capture more visual information in every scene, even when lighting conditions are bad or complex. This provides more flexibility in post-processing, giving creators more possibilities to get the look they want.
Intelligent HDR technology merges multiple shots automatically, increasing the dynamic range of images without the need for post-processing. That means more nuanced details in both the highlights and shadows for richer images with greater depth.
Hyperlapse and Panorama
Speed up time and movement with a single tap by creating a striking hyperlapse. You can also capture larger, more detailed shots of your surroundings with panorama.
MasterShots gives users the best shots in any location with just a tap. Simply select your subject, and the drone will film while executing ten different maneuvers in sequence, keeping your subject center-frame and generating a short cinematic video afterward.
The Center of Attention
FocusTrack features Spotlight 2.0, ActiveTrack 4.0, and Point of Interest 3.0, making it a breeze for DJI Air 2S to follow or circle your subject.
Worry Less, Discover More
The combination of portability, safety, and autonomous technology means you can spend more time enjoying flights and less time worrying about them. Take DJI Air 2S into the sky confidently, every flight.
DJI Air 2S has the ability to perceive its environment in four directions: up, down, forward, and backward. The algorithms for APAS 4.0 have been further improved, allowing DJI Air 2S to actively avoid obstacles in more complex scenarios and at high speeds.
DJI Air 2S features DJI's most advanced O3 (OcuSync 3.0) image transmission technology, delivering an ultra-smooth, clear, and reliable image feed everytime you fly.
Safer Skies with ADS-B
DJI Air 2S provides an added layer of airspace safety with the built-in AirSense system. This receives ADS-B flight location information from airplanes and helicopters in your area that transmit ADS-B signals, and warns you through the DJI Fly app.
DJI Air 2S is compatbile with DJI Smart Controller, ND 4/8/16/32 and ND 64/128/256/512 filters. Not compatible with DJI FPV Goggles V2 or Motion Controller.
The following website may help you make informed decisions about flying your drone: KnowBeforeYouFly.org. Additional state or local requirements may apply. Check your local jurisdiction.
DJI Air 2S Aircraft
DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller
Intelligent Flight Battery *3; Battery Charger; AC Power Cable
A:AnswerIf you fly recreationally (for no other purpose than flying for recreation) you need to take the TRUST test and get a certificate. If you fly for any other reason you need to go through FAS Part 107 testing and certification. There is no radio licensing involved.
A:AnswerIf you are asking about the FAA registration, when it asks about remote ID, your response should be that your drone doesn't have remote ID. This is the answer that I got from an FAA representative. The remote ID system is not in operation
A:AnswerI have both. Honestly they are two diff drones, meaning I would not use the FPV to try and capture cinematic shots.
As for the display , it seems bright enough to see clearly on sunny days.
If I had to choose between the two, it would depend on the use. But would lean to the Air2s hands down. Especially If I want to get good cinematic shots and such. If I want that exciting FPV experience, then ofcourse the FPV.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
A:AnswerThe issue is more of the resolution to frame rate rate ratio. 24 and 30 frames per second are typical frame rates that would work great for shooting video with active track (unless you want to active track and shoot slow motion... but that is a very specific use) The only resolution that can't use FocusTrack features at all is 5.4k (which is a ridiculously high resolution, and its understandable that software would struggle to do both this and track a subject at the same time) All you really lose in 4k and lower is active track at higher frame rates. Give it a go at 24 frames per second and you will find its an incredibly useful function.
A:AnswerYes, But there is a new version of the app that will enable the new drone to operate.
If you are using an Android phone, that version is available to download from DJI because the Fly app is not on the Playstore now!
If you use IOS/Apple it should have the current version on that store.