DJI Mavic 2 Zoom Drone
The Mavic 2 Zoom, Once again another stepping stone in DJI inovation giving a 2x optical zoom to the aerial consumer platform. The Mavic 2 Zoom gives you a 2x optical zoom equating to a focal length of 24-48mm, which can go up to a 4x Lossless digital Zoom if required. With the Zoom function addition this means you can make use of the new Dolly Zoom capture mode, which gives you even more creative possibilities.
With a top speed of up to 45mph and a battery life capable of reaching 31 minutes of flight time. Giving you even more time to get your shots or explore with the increased 8km Ocusync transmission range.
Incorporating added obstacle avoidance sensors to give the Mavic 2 omnidirectional obstacle sensing it gives any pilot that added peace of mind that they will not collide with any unknown obstacles.
Multiple Shooting Modes
With the new Hyperlapse mode you can create even more mind bending creations, done all in camera it makes it simple and easy for you to then upload straight to your favourite social channels.
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Do I need to register my drone?
Yes, you will need to register this drone. Any drone exceeding 250g will need to be registered. If you require more information for this then please visit the CAA’s DMARES website. If you have already registered and have an Operator ID, ensure this is attached to your drone.
Where can I fly in the UK?
If you have not taken a drone training course you will have to adhere to the rules of the Open Category’s A3 subcategory (fly far from people).
- No uninvolved people present within the area of flight;
- No flight within 150m horizontally of residential, commercial, industrial, and recreational areas.
If you would like more freedom with your flying it is best to take a drone training course.
- A2 CofC
- An A2 CofC allows operations in the A2 subcategory (fly near to people) of the Open Category. This permits flights up to 50m horizontally from uninvolved people. This is allowed during the Transitional Period, which runs in the UK until December 31, 2022.
- For operations which pose a greater risk than the Open Category or fall outside the Open Category perimetres, a GVC is required to apply for an Operational Authorisation to fly in the Specific Category.
Can I use this drone commerically?
Yes. Having an A2 CofC allows you to operate commercially. But the A2 CofC is not specifically a commercial permission; it is a competency which permits flights in the A2 subcategory, regardless of recreational or commercial flying.
You can fly commercially in the Open Category without an A2 CofC, but your operations will be restricted to the conditions of the A3 subcategory.
The GVC allows you to apply for an Operational Authorisation, which has replaced the Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO), to fly in the Specific Category - geared towards enterprise drone pilots and for operations outside the remit of the Open Category.
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