Instead of that, DJI opted to have two separate models, the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom, each catering to specific needs.
Although the catalog leak does contain names and details of DJI's new drones, we can't know for sure that these will be in line with the end result when they do actually launch. The drone can fly at up to 45mph, it's compact, and reportedly offers a 31-minute max flight time, about four minutes more flight time than the previous version.
The leaks emerged after Argos failed to remove pre planned content that was not released due to DJI moving their launch events at short notice.
DJI's hotly anticipated Mavic 2 Pro has been confirmed after United Kingdom retailer Argos published a print catalogue with the unannounced video drone listed for sale.
Earlier in the month, a leak made the rounds that claimed to show the upcoming DJI Mavic 2 drone. The current Mavic Pro and Mavic Pro Platinum only have downward and forward facing obstacle detection.
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The camera system on the new Pro will have a big 1in CMOS sensor - which is a huge bump over the 1/2.3in sensor in the original Mavic Pro. We don't know whether that reason is technical in nature - something that might mean the official products are slightly different to what's featured in the Argos catalog.
Little news exists about the Enterprise, speculation around what the payloads shown in the leak may be ranges from a large LED panel to a speaker or a sensor.
But postponing a launch is one thing for sites like Pocket-lint, but it's quite another if you'd already printed a catalogue with the details inside.
The "Zoom" version will have a 2x optical zoom lens (24-48mm equiv) and the ability to do dolly zooms. While the company has postponed the July 18 "See the Bigger Picture" event, there has been no official word on the launch since then. "This early look just hints at the many exciting features and capabilities DJI will announce at the proper time". Thanks to a mistakenly published advertisement in a United Kingdom retailer's catalogue, DJI had to confirm a few specs and features ahead of the drones' official reveal.
However, it does not reveal how much the drones will cost and says customers should visit the Argos website for more information.