This year was a tough one, wasn’t it? We all have some complicated thoughts about 2020. For me, it taught me a few things, and made me feel very fortunate, even though it was a year without travel, major events, or big family get togethers.
This holiday season, technology is more important than ever. For some, it’s a chance to get creative and dive into a hobby, and for others, new gadgets and gear can help while they’re working from home.
DJI announced the DJI Mini 2 today, and it’s a seriously fun, versatile, and creative-friendly drone with big upgrades from the original Mavic Mini. Weighing just 249 grams, the folding drone features 4K 30p @ 100 Mbps video, Ocusync 2.0 transmission, 31 minutes of flying time, and 2X lossless zoom at 4K resolution.
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DJI has been busy this fall. Last week they announced two new gimbals, and today they launched the DJI Pocket 2, available for order starting now.
The DJI Mavic Air 2 surprised me from the first moment I picked it up. I’ve enjoyed flying the original Mavic Air, and it did a lot in a small package, but the Mavic Air 2 is seriously impressive, with some big upgrades that are obvious the moment you take it out of the box.
The DJI Mavic Air 2 is a real surprise, and it’s gotten me excited to get out more for some spring droning. If you only expected a few updates from the original, you’re in for a real treat with the new drone.
Aerial photography took a step forward this week as DJI announced the compact new 48 MP Mavic Air 2, featuring upgrades like 8K Hyperlapse video, OcuSync 2.0, automatic HDR images, and scene recognition.
Looking for a few last-minute gift ideas? Look no further. I have gadget suggestions from big to small, including cameras, smart speakers, phones, and smartwatches, to helpful business products.
The DJI Mavic 2 Pro is simply the best drone available today for consumers who want to take great aerial videos. The drone is a big upgrade over the original Mavic, boasts an impressive Hasselblad camera, and it’s fun, robust, and intuitive.
On June 1, 2019, Canada’s rules for piloting drones are set to change, and while the new rules include new regulatory steps, including pilot certification and drone registration, they also make flying a drone simpler in a few key ways as well.