• DJI Smart Controller (16 GB) EU for Mavic 2 series
  • DJI Smart Controller (16 GB) EU for Mavic 2 series

DJI Smart Controller (16 GB) EU for Mavic 2 series

  • 229.000 KD


Ultra-Bright Display
The DJI Smart Controller has a built-in 5.5-inch 1080p screen, providing an ultra-bright display to keep your live feed easily viewable, even in direct sunlight. At 1000 cd/m2, the display is approximately twice as bright as conventional smart device screens.

OcuSync 2.0 Full-HD Video Transmission
Equipped with OcuSync 2.0 Full-HD video transmission technology, the DJI Smart Controller supports automatic switching between 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz, reducing the influence of environmental interference on drone operation and image quality. This also ensures reliable long-range transmission at distances of up to 8 km.[2]

Efficient and Portable
The DJI Smart Controller connects to your drone as soon as it's powered on so you can take off fast and never miss a moment of the action. Featuring an integrated design with detachable control sticks, the DJI Smart Controller is also portable enough to bring with you anywhere.

Reliable in More Environments
The DJI Smart Controller is capable of stable operation in temperatures ranging from -20°C to 40°C, giving you a reliable HD
connection with your drone in more places.

DJI Go Share
Easily transfer your aerial photos and videos from the DJI Smart Controller to your mobile device using the DJI GO 4 app’s new Go Share function.

Customized System
The DJI Smart Controller's customized Android system and optimized DJI GO 4 app give you freedom from the restraints of conventional mobile devices to ensure faster, focused aerial creation. The Smart Controller also supports third-party apps[3] for a variety of additional sharing and editing options.

DJI Mavic 2 Pro: See the Bigger Picture

Mavic 2 Pro

A NEW LEVEL OF PRODJI’s groundbreaking drone technology takes another step forward, with the DJI Mavic 2. Taking the original Mavic Pro line of drones and improving by creating two new variations to suit your needs, with this version being the direct successor, the Pro.

Hasselblad Camera


NEW TECHNOLOGYDJI took notice of content creators' photos and videos, picking up on the popularity of dusk and dawn photos. Taking this information, they partnered with Hasselblad, reknowned for their superb quality and iconic images, the Mavic 2 Pro comes equipped with a new L1D-20c camera. With this specific camera attached, the Mavic 2 Pro can produce outstanding images at 20-megapixels with amazing colour detail through Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS) technology.

CMOS SENSORInside the camera is a 1-inch CMOS sensor, drawing in far more light than before, allowing for stunning dusk shots in lowlight. The ISO has been improved from 3200 on the Mavic Pro to 12800.


10-BIT, HDRThe Mavic 2 Pro shoots in 10-bit Dlog-M, so once you're done flying and capturing footage, whatever you captured on the drone is as flexible as possible in the post-processing and grading of your edit. With 10-bit, you get access to 1 billion colours, rather than the 16 million available in 8-bit.
HDR support comes to the Mavic 2 Pro, bringing accurate colours, increased contrast and brighter highlights. The Mavic 2 Pro can be plugged into your 4K TV or monitor to play footage with HDR enabled.

APERTUREHasselblad haven't skimped out on the features for the Mavic 2 Pro's camera. With all the above, the drone can now adjust the aperture (f/2.8-f/11), delivering image quality not found on a drone like this before. Low light and well lit environments are easy to adjust to, without having to compromise on what you want out of your footage.

Professional Systems

4K Recording

GIMBALSThe Mavic 2 range features the same DJI technology you've come to know and rely on. The 3-axis gimbal that supports the camera ensures a smooth and stable operation when filming or taking photos, in any situation.

HYPERLAPSE AND HYPERLIGHTUtilising the Mavic 2's Task Library, you can set the drone to follow a certain path that will then take a series of photos in either JPEG or RAW (for more flexibility in post), which when edited together will produce timelapses that just can't be beat. Hyperlight is DJI's new feature that helps enhance images in lowlight with minimal noise.

Click the icons below to see examples of Hyperlapse.

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