No. The M2EA's visual camera supports 32× digital zoom.
Camera swapping is currently not supported.
Yes. Two types of images (visual and thermal) will be stored on the SD card during these missions.
The M2EA is optimized for quick deployment in a variety of industrial applications. The thermal resolution has been improved to 640×512 px, and the resolution of the visual camera is 4 times better than the M2E Dual. In addition to the new RTK module, the flight performance and waypoint missions features have also been optimized in the M2EA.
It is not. Please do not fly in the rain.
The DJI Smart Controller is compatible with all three models. But the Remote Controller (without screen) of M2E/M2ED does not support M2EA.
DJI Pilot (Android version) and third-party apps developed using the DJI MSDK.
Yes. More details on the post-processing software are coming soon.
With optimizations made on waypoint missions, you can set up to 240 waypoints in each mission.
Yes, this is supported in the visible light photos only.
1. Connect to a computer and use DJI Assistant 2 For Mavic to upgrade the firmware for the aircraft and the remote controller
2. Run the upgrades on the DJI Pilot App.
M2EA was not designed specifically to meet the accuracy requirements for aerial surveying, but you can use the visible light or infrared cameras to capture images in Mapping missions in the DJI Pilot App.
The protector case, speaker, spotlight, beacon, extended port cover, accessory bag, batteries, propellers, chargers, and charging station can be used for the Mavic 2 Enterprise Series.
The RTK module is only compatible with the M2EA, and does not support the use with the M2E or M2ED.
The M2EA is currently not compatible with the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station. Please connect to an NTRIP network.
If you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.