Sync for DJI app - Mavic 2 Pro

How to connect Sync for DJI app to DJI Mavic 2 Pro:

Connect via RC:

1. Turn ON your Mavic 2 Pro.

2. Turn ON Remote controller and pay attention to RC that is connected with aircraft.

3. Open Sync for DJI app and wait for connection. Your device model will appear on the top of the screen.

Connect via Wi-Fi:

1. Switch your aircraft to Wi-Fi mode then turn ON your Mavic 2 Pro.

2. Open Wi-Fi settings on your iOS or Android smartphone. Find your device and tap to connect.

3. If connection is successful open the app and wait for connection. Your device model will appear on the top of the screen.

Download Sync for DJI for your Mavic 2 Pro now

Sync for DJI iOS AppStore iPhone 6, 6s, 7, 7S, 8, 8S, iPhone Plus, iPhone X, iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad Mini, DJI Go, DJI Go 4
Sync for DJI Android Google Play

DJI Mavic 2 Pro highlights:

  • A top speed of 45mph vs. 40 mph for the original Mavic Pro

  • 31-minute flight time vs. 27 minutes for the original Mavic Pro

  • 1080p OcuSync video transmission for up to 5 miles

  • Omnidirectional obstacle sensing with APAS

  • Active Track 2.0

  • Hyperlapse

Overview

  • 1-inch CMOS sensor Hasselblad camera — an extremely higher quality camera system that gives 20-megapixel photography with enhanced HDR and color sensitivity. You’re getting the camera power from the DJI Phantom 4 Pro on the smaller, more portable Mavic body.

  • Extended battery life — while not a game-changing improvement in LiPo battery technology, it’s still nice to see a more productive system (body drag reduced by 19%) with an advertised flight time of 31 minutes compared to the 27 minutes of the first DJI Mavic PRO.

  • 60% quieter flight — as we saw with the DJI Phantom 4 Pro upgrade earlier this year, the DJI Mavic 2 Pro boasts low-noise tapered propellers. Those, plus newer FOC ESC drivers offer enhanced noise control and sinusoidal current for increased stability. According to DJI, aircraft noise has been reduced by up to 4dB (60%) for quieter, more enjoyable flights.

  • Omnidirectional obstacle sensing — Unlike the DJI Mavic Pro, which only had sensors on the front and the at bottom of the aircraft, the DJI Mavic 2 Pro offers obstacle sensing in 5 directions (forward, backward, downward, left, right). We’ve made it to the big leagues now. All praise to our powerful drone overlords.

  • Intelligent Flight Mode upgrades — We’re getting upgraded versions of Active Track, Waypoint, and Point of Interest modes. There’s also a new Hyperlapse mode that looks fun and creative. TapFly is still there, and Tripod Mode is now Cinematic Mode.