Now, let’s take a look at the top of the spec sheet where we find the camera details. The Mavic 2 Pro will feature the 1-inch CMOS sensor with a resolution of 5,472 x 3,648 (20MP), a 10-bit video codec, a 28mm wide-angle lens and a variable mechanical aperture ranging from F2.8 to F11. ISO ranges from 100-6400 (stills) and 100-12800 (video) and an HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma is a high dynamic range, see Wikipedia) mode, shutter speed maxes out at 1/8000 and lastly, the video delivers 4KUHD @ 30fps, 2.7K @ 60fps, FHD @ 120fps at 100Mbps.
The Mavic 2 Zoom comes with a 1/2.3 CMOS sensor with a resolution of 4,000 x 3,000 (12MP) and an optical zoom lens (24-48mm), the aperture is F2.8 at 24mm and F3.8 at 48mm, ISO ranges from 100-3200 for both stills and video, no HLG, maximum shutter speed at 1/8000 and the same video specs: 4KUHD @ 30fps, 2.7K @ 60fps, FHD @ 120fps at 100Mbps.
Notably neither the Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom will be able to deliver 4K @ 60fps. That seems to be reserved for the Phantom 4 Pro.
There is more info in the sheet but, it all seems to be in Chinese. See below.
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