The DJI Mavic Pro 2 camera won’t be receiving a more significant 1-inch detector as we formerly thought. Instead, it’ll have a brand new 12-MegaPixel Sony IMX226 CMOS 1/1.7″ sensor. This is going to be smaller than the Phantom 4 pro 2.0 image detector, but do not worry. Even though this is accurate, I believe that the DJI Mavic Pro 2 can do just fine in low light.
That means there is likely to be 20 million pixels packed to that 1 inch. On the flip side, if you choose the 12 megapixel 1/1.7 inch detector and scale up the pixels by 1.7x, then you get roughly 20 megapixels. It follows that even with all the smaller sensor size, the dimensions of the pixels on both of these detectors is quite similar. Unfortunately, if that rumor is true then we will not get 20-megapixel photograph capacity, but also for shooting a movie that the excess sensor dimensions will only have more energy draw and not as much flight time.
12 MP Sony IMX226 CMOS 1/1.7″ SARVIS Detector (Present Mavic Guru has 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor) with 28mm (Currently 24mm) lens4K video in 60FPSH.265 video format Quicker bitrate (100 Mbps) Better low light performance sharper lens with less distortion better dynamic range. Less Noise 8.8mm lens That provides a 24mm field of Opinion Variable aperture of f/2.8-11, No mechanical shutter, Recently designed 3-axis gimbal.