FilmConvert has released a new camera profile for DJI’s latest drone, the Mavic 2 Pro. This camera profile takes advantage of the new 10-bit HDR and LOG video capabilities of the aircraft. Let’s take a look.
With the Mavic 2 Pro, DJI completely re-engineered the – already excellent – Mavic Pro. The Mavic 2 Pro features a brand-new camera module which DJI co-engineered with Hasselblad.
Featuring a 1″ CMOS sensor, the Mavic 2 Pro can shoot stunning footages in 4K UHD (up to 30fps), recorded in an H.265 codec with a 100Mbps bitrate, and up to 10-bit HDR and LOG video. All in all, the footages are amazing.
The built-in lens is 28mm (full frame equivalent) focal length with an adjustable aperture of f/2.8-f/11.
If you are not familiar with FilmConvert, it’s a grading solution that works both a stand-alone application and a plugin supported by most NLEs. It is designed to help with and speed up the color grading process. It’s designed for filmmakers who don’t have either the skills or time to grade their footage “from scratch.” With LOG footages, FilmConvert is especially useful for quick turnarounds, or matching cameras quickly and easily.
FilmConvert camera profiles are data packs that increase the color accuracy for your footage. Please note that the camera packs need the latest version of FilmConvert plugin for full compatibility.
The team at FilmConvert is consistently pushing new camera profiles like the recent FUJIFILM X-T3 but also the BMPCC 4K. The Mavic 2 Pro camera profile is now available, and you can download it for free at FilmConvert.
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