Attach a DJI Mavic 2 Pro to an FPV drone for epic results

Reddit user rossmoney posted a video to the Multicopter community with the title, “Went 96MPH with my Mavic 2 Pro” — a somewhat misleading title, but humorous at the same time. The results of a Mavic 2 Pro being attached to an FPV drone flying at 96 mph are impressive.

The video posted to Reddit starts with a close-up on the DJI Mavic 2 Pro. It then slowly pans out to show the Mavic 2 Pro strapped to a large FPV drone with two large batteries behind it, making sure the weight is distributed evenly.

This video captured by the Mavic 2 Pro shows what is possible if DJI or another company were to create its own FPV-style drone with a stabilized camera system. I’d love to see a future DJI drone with a mode allowing it to go a similar speed, widening the creative shots that can be captured with a single drone.

Went 96MPH with my Mavic 2 Pro from Multicopter

The results

All we got from the video was a close-up of the Mavic 2 Pro attached to the FPV drone. Luckily rossmoney shared a link to the results in the comments. From first glance, the footage from the Mavic 2 Pro is impressive and makes me want a Mavic capable of these speeds.

The combination of the fast speeds the FPV drone is capable of and the smooth stabilized 4K camera on the Mavic 2 Pro has created some impressive footage you wouldn’t be able to get with either of the drones on their own. The high-speed movement combined with the high-speed direction changes dampened by the gimbal creates a unique angle that could definitely be used in commercial work such as movies or advertisements. While the footage is smooth a majority of the time, some of the quick movement makes the Mavic 2 Pro’s gimbal stutter trying to keep up.

Mavic Pro + FPV

What do you think about the footage from the two drones combined? Let us know in the comments below.

Photo: rossmoney via Reddit



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Josh started in the drone community in 2012 with a drone news Twitter account. Over the years Josh has gained mass exposure from his aerial photography work and spends his days writing drone content for DroneDJ as well as pursuing his business.