While we don't have much information on the Enterprise Edition variant, the Mavic 2 Zoom will include a 2x optical zoom lens that will be flawless for capturing close up shots while in the air, while the Mavic 2 Pro will ship with a Hasselblad camera that has a 1-inch sensor, but unfortunately, no zoom functionality. A few United Kingdom residents noticed that the Argos catalog included a pretty big ad for the Mavic 2 drone which leaves nothing to the imagination and clarifies even the past leaks.
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.
The accidental leak shows off two models of the DJI Mavic 2, which hasn't even been launched by the manufacturer yet. It won't let you zoom in the shot though, with drones featuring both capabilities still reserved for DJI's much higher-end products. There's also a dolly zoom on the, er, Zoom version.
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.
They will also have 360-degree obstacle sensing, as suggested from the last leak, but it's not clear whether they will have a removable gimbal. A drone that can avoid collisions in all directions would be a first of its kind at this level of the market.
Both models will be able to transmit video at 1080p for up to 5 miles, and fly at a top speed of 45 mph, comparing to 40 mph for the first Mavic Pro.
There's no pricing information in the Argos catalog, but we'd be surprised if these new Mavic Pros came in at under $1,000.
According to a blog post on DroneDJ, the German edition of the DJI website has accidentally uploaded a thumbnail image of what appears to be the DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Edition. We will be waiting for more details on the new drones from DJI when it is made available online so stay tuned. While the company has postponed the July 18 "See the Bigger Picture" event, there has been no official word on the launch since then.