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Mavic 2 Pro. Anyone else dealing with really soft corners?
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walttheartist
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Here are two shots taken with my M2P. I didn't use any filters on these shots but they were adjusted a little in Lightroom. The first image was shot at 1/200, f:5.0, ISO 100, 10.26mm. The second image was 1/320 f:5.0, ISO 100, 10.26mm.

I did notice a bit of softening on the far left of the images but not enough to be concerned with. Overall the images were fairly sharp considering the elevation and haze. I'm tempted to compare the Hasselblad images with my Nikon D850 and Z 7 Mirrorless, with their profesional lenses, but that wouldn't be a fair comparison. I'm pretty satisfied with these results.


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2019-5-22
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walttheartist
Second Officer
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Here are two shots taken with my M2P. I didn't use any filters on these shots but they were adjusted a little in Lightroom. The first image was shot at 1/200, f:5.0, ISO 100, 10.26mm. The second image was 1/320 f:5.0, ISO 100, 10.26mm.

I did notice a bit of softening on the far left of the images but not enough to be concerned with. Overall the images were fairly sharp considering the elevation and haze. I'm tempted to compare the Hasselblad images with my Nikon D850 and Z 7 Mirrorless, with their profesional lenses, but that wouldn't be a fair comparison. I'm pretty satisfied with these results.

2019-5-22
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Yamanote
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Hi Walt,

I'm on 4K here, so these image are still a bit too small to really show any noticeable differences, but I like what I see.
2019-5-22
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walttheartist
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I've looked at the images of lens misalignment posted by other M2P users. What I find hard to believe is that a company like Hasselblad, who has a tremendous reputation for building exemplary cameras and lenses, would allow this kind of slip-shod quality control to be associated with their brand. I don't know if this problem is the fault of Hasselblad or DJI. I'd be very interested in finding out who's responsible.
2019-5-22
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djiuser_jTDVEJL93GAs
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Poland
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does the crooked lens always correlate with asymmetrical blur?

Or maybe someone has an uneven set and the picture is good

I'm giving my exchange today from stock to 7 days

I wonder if I can only see the lens without starting
2019-6-18
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Neo Supreme
First Officer
Flight distance : 76329 ft
United States
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Now I'm gonna go and look at my lens and other shots.
2019-6-18
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djiuser_jTDVEJL93GAs
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Poland
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I checked it thoroughly. uneven lens mounting is just an optical illusion. Rotate your camera and the shift will also move

Unfortunately, the problem of asymmetrical blurring is real
2019-6-18
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djiuser_H1fUIiJtg69f
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I have the same issue in the left side of the frame.  LCL
2019-10-20
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Skyris
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Flight distance : 109865 ft
Australia
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I returned mine and received a better copy
2020-2-9
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Maxnossam
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France
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Hi,
I'm max and i have the same problem with my Mp2. Do you know if the problem has been solved with newer models (2020)?
2020-8-31
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KeiserSoze
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Flight distance : 42188 ft
Canada
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I have a 2020 version and I seem to have the same issue. It's blurry on both sides. I uploaded a couple samples to dropbox.


https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9rxogz0qshya5kw/AACWV9WsBJcFXL_8NZkbEExSa?dl=0
3-23 16:58
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