The Mavic 2 Pro improves on the original in almost every way, an impressive feat given how beloved the original Mavic Pro was.
It keeps the foldable form of the original, and adds a whole bunch of new features. The biggest? The 1-inch Hasselblad camera sensor, which allows for some gorgeous photos and video.
I was blown away with night-time shots. Dark areas are devoid of noise or grain, allowing the light and color to really pop. Hong Kong is a gorgeous city at night, full of bright lights and neon signs, and the Mavic 2 Pro really captures the scene.
It also supports 4K HDR video, as well as DJI's OcuSync 2.0 technology for more solid video transmission.
But the other big change? The price. The Mavic 2 Pro costs US$1500, significantly more than the original.