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DJI Mavic Air 2: Capture Professional-Quality Footages of Your Travels

DJI unveils Mavis Air 2 with in the pandemic
DJI Mavic Air 2 might be the next best thing for travellers looking to capture incredible professional-quality footages of adventures.

DJI Mavic Air 2 might be the next best thing for travelers looking to capture incredible professional-quality footage’s of adventures.

Going on a much-awaited trip to a destination of one’s dreams require capturing every moment of it. Especially knowing very well the dream vacation is short-lived. While the amazing experiences are joyful, freezing the special moments to take back home is something everyone does. However, taking a couple of photographs or a video just do not suffice in the tech-world we now live in.

There are a number of online travel blogs and Instagram accounts solely dedicated for the purpose of sharing adventures. For that very reason, a lot of travellers invest in quality cameras and drones to capture their experiences. The DJI Mavic Air 2 is the perfect drone to capture aerial views of a destination.

Much like the DJI Mavic Air from 2018, the DJI Mavic Air 2 is an easy-to-fly drone with pro-level features. Completely redesigned to a more compatible size, the new drone comes with a new controller too. Despite looking like a miniature DJI Mavic 2 Pro, DJI claims that the Mavic Air 2 is the smartest drone they have created so far.

Taking power and portability to another level, the advanced features of Mavic Air 2 enables users to create excellent aerial masterpieces.

Effortlessly Smooth 4K/60fps Video

The Mavic Air 2 comes with effortlessly smooth 4K/60fps video, allowing users to create next-level content. The D-Cinelike flat colour profile retains more information for post-processing. The HEVC (H.265) video codec records more image information using less storage while preserving the dynamic range and detail of footages. The drone captures incredible HDR video with its high-performance Quad Bayer image sensor.

Optimized Capture with SmartPhoto

With a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor, Mavic Air 2 captures impressive 48MP photos. The Mavic Air 2 combines scene recognition, HyperLight and HDR into one mode with its SmartPhoto feature. Optimizing camera parameters for different sceneries, the scene recognition feature supports intelligent recognition of sunset, skies, grass, snow, and trees.

HyperLight improves the quality of photos captures in low-light condition, resulting in less noise and enhanced clarity. When capturing images in strong lighting conditions, HDR optimizes the dynamic range, adjusts exposure parameters and layers shots for more vibrant high-quality photos.

In addition to that, Mavic Air 2 features DJI’s most advanced panorama mode offering a higher dynamic range along with incredibly accurate and vivid colours. Creating professional-quality footage is effortless thanks to FocusTrack.

Creating Professional-Quality Footage is Trouble-Free

This incredible drone combines a powerful camera with intelligent shooting modes. With a FocusTrack enabling intelligent tracking modes, creating professional-quality footages is effortless. Obtaining stunning results in creative aerial photography will be a piece of cake with the Mavic Air 2.

The Mavic Air 2 also supports Hyperlapse in 8K, allowing users to warp time and space for stunning footages without complex post-processing. The incredible drone simplifies imagination with QuickShots. With just a few taps, Mavic Air 2 plans and flies complicated routes for a unique professional-quality shot.

Freedom for Exploring

The Mavic Air 2 supports safe flight with OcuSync 2.0, providing more freedom for exploring along with clarity for the perfect capture. With a 2.4/5.8GHz Dual Frequency communication, Equipped with Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0, Mavic Air 2 automatically switches to the best channel with the lowest interference in real time. Moreover, it perceives the environment in three directions: forward, backward and downward.

An additional auxiliary light improves visibility, and the obstacle avoidance ensures safe flight while shooting. The drone can also stay in the air longer with its impressive battery life of up to 34 minutes. Users can capture perfect fast-paced shots with a max flight speed of 68 Kph in sport mode.

Easy User Experience

Furthermore, the DJI Fly App allows effortless editing of the footages, granting access to manual settings, advanced functions and intuitive templates. Creating unique professional-quality content has never been this easy.

Mavic Air 2 also comes with a newly designed remote controller offering comfortable grip along with an impressive battery life of 240 minutes. The new clamp makes it easy to attach to smartphones faster, while integrated antennas significantly improves user experience.

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Apple Rumoured to Embrace RCS in 2024 – Find Out the Latest Updates!

Do you use WhatsApp or Telegram? Or are you an iMessage user?

Finding common ground to create a group chat can be a tricky task. For most iPhone users, the go-to messaging platform is usually iMessages. Although Apple has created this ease for texting between iPhone users, iMessage is unavailable across platforms. This has created the difficulty in reaching to your friends who use Google or Android phones. Now, you’re either left resorting to SMS, or other messaging platforms such as WhatsApp, Telegram or Messenger. But what if there was one single solution for it all – the RCS (Rich Communication Services)

What is RCS?

Although this might be the first time many of us heard the phrase RCS, this messaging channel is not new. RCS or Rich Communication Services was first conceived years ago, but it’s finally gaining popularity. RCS messaging is the upgrade that users need to get the same features available on iMessage. Unlike the iMessage system, RCS creates the perfect single-platform messaging App.

With the new RCS update, users can explore a variety of messaging features. Everything from sending and receiving large files such as high-resolution pictures and videos, read receipts, reactions, and typing indicators are all available!

But why are we hearing about this just now? Well, Google decided to add RCS to its default messaging Apps. With this new update, RCS became a popular hit, with Google reporting 650 million users monthly. Google data additionally shows that people are 35x more likely to read RCS messages than emails, while also using RCS messages to engage with brands. Here is how you can turn on RCS messaging as well!

Gone are the days of struggling to create a group chat with a combination of Android and Apple users. This addition has created the perfect single-platform messaging App, the days of struggling to text between users of different branded phones are a thing of the past. Although Google has taken the bold step to embrace RCS messaging, allowing users to enjoy the exceptional features, what’s the update on Apple?

Will Apple Embrace the RCS Messaging Platform?

There have been rumours that Apple is ready to embrace the RCS messaging platform in 2024. According to 9to5mac, the RCS feature is set to launch via a software update later this year. This would completely remove the barrier of iMessage features between Android and iPhone users.

Later next year, we will be adding the support for RCS Universal Profile, the standards as currently published by the GSM Association. We believe RCS Universal Profile will offer a better interoperability experience when compared to SMS or MMS. This will work alongside iMessage, which will continue to be the best and most secure messaging experience for Apple users, says an Apple Spokesperson talking to 9to5mac in November 2023.

Does this mean Apple is replacing iMessage? Of course not. Apple continues to reiterate that iMessage is the safest messaging platform for Apple users. RCS, if available on Apple later this year, will be adopted separately from iMessage. This will open up new horizons for communications and group chats in 2024!

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