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Digital Zoom?

I don't have one, but I think it does up to 3x per the linked article.

Not sure if it's optical or digital. 🤔

  • 20MP, Four Thirds CMOS sensor
  • 24mm (equiv.) lens with F2.8–11 aperture and 12.8 stops of dynamic range
  • Ability to zoom in up to 3X on video
  • Hasselblad HNCS
  • 5.1K/50p, DCI or UHD 4K/120p and 1080/200p video
  • H.264 and H.265 recording at 200 and 140 Mbps respectively
  • 10-bit D-Log and HDR video capture
  • Raw and JPEG image capture
  • OcuSync 3.0 (O3) image transmission – 15 km (9.3 mi) range
  • Omnidirectional obstacle avoidance
  • APAS (Advanced Pilot Assistance System) and ActiveTrack 5.0
  • 'Cruise Control' for constant flight speed
  • 46-minute flight time
  • 895g (1.97 lbs)

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I believe it would be digital zoom,as it is a fixed lense
Absolutely most to be digital.

In order to be optical, you will need to have a motor that moves the lens with a tube, just like the Mavic 2 zoom making the camera heavier and much more expensive.

I don't think they are going in that route anymore unless they do a very high-end camera. Even the shutter is digital for a long time a go.

The only mechanical shutter I have seen lastly is on the Mavic 3 Enterprise. This is excellent for mapping. The high-speed digital shutter tends to bend straight lines.
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