DJI has officially launched a sequel to the Mavic Air, by introducing the new Mavic Air 2. The Chinese drone maker says the new device is not just an iterative upgrade--it's been built new from the ground up, with the highlight being 34 minutes of flight time. This makes the Mavic Air 2 the firm's longest flying drone, and with a new 1/2-inch Quad Bayer sensor that shoots 48MP images, it's got decent filming chops as well. Videos can be shot in up to 4K 60 fps, and there's a new 8K Hyperlapse mode too. DJI has showed of new scene recognition technology as well, along with two layers of stabilisation and improved safety features to the keep the drone out of trouble. It's priced at $799, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it's out only in China as of now, with global launches expected from mid-May.