DJI has just released a teaser video trailer for their upcoming New York launch event to be held on 23rd August. The trailer gives minimal hints towards what might be announced, but the expectation is for the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom to be revealed.
It is quite common for DJI to provide graphics or imagery to tease consumers prior to an upcoming event, this time its a video but unfortunately it gives little away.
The teaser trailer actually leaked eight hours prior to release via the DJI leaks website Kanzhaji, but it then appeared on the official DJI channels shortly after.
Starting with a set of shots taken from earlier DJI marketing and promotional videos, the narration talks about past technology advances, the teaser then moves onto a sequence of short snippets showcasing time-lapse and ‘dolly zoom’ type shots, therefore bolstering the theory that this event will introduce the newest Mavic models, the Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro.
Originally scheduled for July 18th, DJI were forced to postpone the event for reasons not disclosed to the public, besides the release of a generic statement relating to their commitment to quality and technology.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Today we are making the difficult decision to push back the event. DJI is committed to introducing the most high-quality, cutting-edge technology in the market. We will postpone ‘See the Bigger Picture’ so we can deliver according to our standard of innovation. User experience is our top priority, and we wanted to ensure we can exceed our customers’ expectations for our technology by the time of the event. Please stay tuned for more information. Thank you for your continued interest and support.[/perfectpullquote]
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