Featuring 4K/60fps video and 48MP photos, Mavic Air 2 is the ideal creative tool for next-level content.

Fly longer and see farther with a max flight time of 34 minutes and 1080p video transmission at distances up to 10km. Take advantage of 8K Hyperlapse, and a whole collection of intelligent modes to create stunning content.

It's the next big thing in aerial content creation. With intelligent features like FocusTrack, SmartPhoto, and QuickShots, this hyper-intuitive drone puts cinematic masterpieces right at your fingertips.

The big news in this update is the new larger imaging sensor on the drone's camera. The Mavic Air 2's camera ships with a half-inch sensor, up from the 1 2/3-inch sensor found in the previous model. That should mean better resolution and sharper images, especially because the output specs haven't changed much. The new camera is still outputting 12-megapixel stills, but now has a bigger sensor to fill that frame with more detail. There's also a new composite image option that joins together multiple single shots into a large, 48-megapixel image.

At the heart of the Mavic Air 2 is Quad Bayer CMOS sensor that’s capable of recording 4K video at up to 60 frames per second (fps) with a 120Mbps data rate. When dropped down to 4K/30p, the Mavic Air 2 can record HDR video while a slow-motion mode can max out at 240 fps when shooting at 1080p. DJI has also included a new Hyperlapse feature that will result in 8K video.

DJI announced an update to its popular Mavic Air quadcopter today. The Mavic Air 2 will cost $799 when it ships to US buyers in late May.