DJI has just unveiled a new entry in its Mavic 2 lineup. Called DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise, it actually shares many similarities to the previously released models although this particular variant comes with a modular accessory mount.
Among the components that the Mavic 2 Enterprise shared with other models within the family is the camera module which is the same as the Mavic 2 Zoom. Specifically, it features a 12MP 1/2.3 CMOS sensor with 24-48mm optical zoom function and 3x digital zoom.
The sensor DJI says “improves the ability of drones to identify and inspect dangerous or difficult areas, as well as to help emergency services protect life and property.” Hence, this is why the company is pitching the Mavic 2 Enterprise as an aerial tool for search and rescue field kit.
As mentioned earlier, what made Mavic 2 Enterprise slightly different from other Mavic 2 drones is the new accessory mount. It also gives birth to a new set of accessories from DJI that are designed to provide pilots with new paths to communicate and work from the air with people on the ground.
Among the new accessories that is compatible with Mavic 2 Enterprise include a 2,400 lumens spotlight called M2E Spotlight, the M2E Speaker with a 100-decibel projection power, and M2E Beacon, a strobe light designed to be seen up to almost five kilometers away.
Other goodies like DJI’s AirSense and a 31-minute flight time is built right into the Mavic 2 Enterprise. There is also better and more stable data transmission thanks to Ocusync 2.0. It has a large 24GB onboard storage for footage and images. It also supports microSD up to 128GB.
The new DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise starts at USD1,999(~RM8,357) which includes the drone, all three accessories and protector case. A Fly More kit which provides additional batteries and propellers are also available for additional USD419(~RM1,751).