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The drone’s ActiveTrack system can detect and follow subjects as they move, making it easier to complete these multiple-subject action shots with a higher precision in tracking. The drone is equipped with algorithms that work to lessen subject loss, especially when speed is changed.
The QuickShots feature (which includes the Dronie, Circle, Helix, and Rocket settings) now also includes the “Asteroid” shot that creates a spherical panorama, and a “Boomerang” that captures a flightpath up and away before returning, giving the user the ability to create even more perspective than before.
Taking the most popular features of its two predecessors, the Mavic Air features specs similar to the Pro, and uses a 1/2.3-inch sensor that is able to record 4K video at 24 or 30 frames per second. It can take 12 megapixel still images, and includes a wide angle 24mm f2.8 lens. For another option, the drone’s new 3D panorama mode stitches together 25 photos in just eight seconds to create a “Sphere Panorama” for the ultimate easy-to-create shot.
With the Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS), it can detect obstacles in its path, by moving above or around them. The collision-avoiding system, FlightAutonomy 2.0, uses the 7-camera vision system to build a 3D map of the environment, identifying objects up to 66 feet away for maximum flight safety. It’s also equipped with the ability to withstand 22 mile-per-hour winds, up to 16,404 feet above sea level, and the new antenna lets the drone fly within a 2.5 mile range, within line of sight.