Amazing imagery and photography can truly make a website stand out of the crowd. We are proud to announce that Yooter Interactive has added a DJI Mavic Pro 2 Zoom to our arsenal. Our goal is to assist with website imagery and create spectacular video for our customers. We will post an article on how our drone has improved SEO for our clients.
First, we wanted to compile a list of essential DJI Mavic Pro 2 Zoom accessories that any website agency should purchase to maximize productivity with this particular drone. The accessories below are in reference to the DJI Mavic Pro 2 Zoom and are interchangeable with the DJI Mavic Pro 2.
1. Extra DJI Mavic 2 Intelligent Flight Batteries
If you purchased the regular drone package vs. the Fly More Combo package, you’ll quickly realize the convenience of having multiple batteries. Each intelligent flight battery allows the drone to fly for nearly 31 minutes. Having multiple batteries creates opportunity to experiment with different video functions and footage. Extra DJI Mavic 2 Zoom Intelligent Flight Batteries are a must for anyone who wants to be creative with more time in the sky.
2. A Fast SD Card Minimum 64GB or Higher
The Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom have very fast buffers. This allows the drones to take advantage of faster micro SD cards. If you are shooting photography in RAW format, you will notice a speed increase when it comes to clearing the buffer. Just a note, RAW photos are approximately 41MBs in size. If you are shooting video only, the fastest card on earth is not necessary, we would just recommend a card fast enough to handle 4K 100mbps. Our choice is a Lexar Professional 667x microSDXC UHS-I Card, pictured here. We recommend at least 64GB or multiple cards so time isn’t spent constantly copying files.
3. A Launch/Landing Pad
At first, we thought the idea of a launch pad was totally non-essential and just a fun idea. However, since owning and flying the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom quite frequently, we have decided the benefits of a launch pad are required. The terrain in some instances is not drone-friendly. Grassy, wet and uneven surfaces pose great danger to the propellers and electronics during lifting. The DJI Mavic 2 Zoom produces a great deal of wind shear during landing and take-off. Limiting the amount of dust or dirt particles can preserve the quality and function of your drone. Let’s face it, dust is a common nuisance when it comes to expensive electronics. We recommend the RCstyle Drones Landing Pad. This landing pad is easy to fold for storage purposes and completely waterproof. The packages comes with 4 anchors and a flat storage bag.
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