DJI Mavic Air 2: Review

On April 15, 2021, DJI introduced an even more advanced version of the drone. As much as possible about DJI AIR 2S in our review.


The very case when the final result exceeded almost all the previously mentioned expectations by an order of magnitude. DJI Mavic Air 2 is the second completely redesigned version of the legendary Mavic Air drone, the high-tech potential of which can easily compete with the flagship models of the Mavic portable series, thus predetermining their imminent full-fledged upgrade. Looking ahead, we note that the developer not only managed to build a completely new drone that sets modern hobby trends, but also offer its product at the price of its predecessor. By tradition, let’s start with the key features of the bright novelty.


  • Weight 570 g
  • Satellite positioning GPS/GLONASS
  • Front / rear and bottom visualization system of the surrounding world (including: visual, ultrasonic and IR sensors + additional LED backlight for correct operation of the system in low light conditions)
  • OcuSync 2.0 digital video transmission technology
  • Operating range 2.4GHz / 5.8GHz frequencies with the ability to automatically switch in real time to the channel with the least interference
  • Max. FPV removal distance 10 km
  • Max. 1080P video streaming quality
  • Max. flight time 34 min
  • Max. ceiling above sea level 5000 m
  • Max. horizontal flight speed 68.4 km/h
  • 48MP 4K camera built on 1/2-inch Sony IMX586 CMOS sensor with 0.8um pixel size; with built-in Bayer color filter array
  • 3-axis mechanical image stabilization
  • Max. Movie Recording Mode: 4K@60fps
  • Max. photo resolution: 8000 × 6000 pixels
  • Poppy. bit rate 120 Mbps
  • Digital zoom (2x for 4K/2.7K; 4x for FHD)
  • HDR modes for photo/video/panorama
  • SmartPhoto Function
  • 4-Mode 8K/4K Hyperlapse (Course Lock/Free/Waypoint/Circle)
  • FocusTrack Intelligent Follower Set (Spotlight 2.0/ActiveTrack 3.0/Point of interest 3.0)
  • 6 × automatic flight and QuickShot modes (Dronie/Circle/Helix/Rocket/Boomerang/Asteroid)
  • D-Cinelike Color Profile
  • H.264/H.265 video codecs
  • New control equipment (with removable sticks) and max. running time 240 minutes
  • DJI Smart Controller support
  • Advanced pilot assistance system for piloting the third generation APAS 3.0
  • Built-in memory 8GB
  • DJI Fly Mobile App
  • Built in mob. DJI Mimo editor app
  • Two sets of ND filters
  • MicroSD card slot up to 256GB
  • Connection interfaces: USB-C


The developer offers the drone in four trim levels:

Mavic Air 2

Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo

Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo & DJI Care Refresh

Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo (DJI Smart Controller)




Takeoff weight:

570 gr

Dimensions (folded L×W×H):


Dimensions (in flight L×W×H):


Diagonal size:

302 mm

Max. climb rate:

14.4km/h ( S mode)
14.4km/h (N mode)

Max. sink rate:

10.8km/h (S-mode)
10.8km/h (N- mode) 18km/h (S-mode
at hard descent) 10.8km/
h (all modes at 4500m)

Max. ceiling above sea level:

5000 m

Max. flight time (calm):

34 min

Max. hovering time (calm):

33 min

Max. flight distance (calm):

18.5 km

Max. horizontal flight speed:

68.4 km/h (S mode)
43.2 km/h (N mode)
18 km/h (T mode)

Max. permissible wind speed:

8-10m/s (level 5)

Max. tilt angle:

35º (S mode)
20º (N mode)
35º (N mode in strong wind conditions)

Max. angular velocity:

250º/s (S mode)
250º/s (N mode)

Operating temperature range:

-10º to +40ºC

Operating frequency range:

2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz

Transmitter power (EIRP):


FCC: ≤26dBm
CE: ≤20dBm
SRRC: ≤20dBm MIC
: ≤20dBm


FCC: ≤26dBm
CE: ≤14dBm
SRRC: ≤26dBm

Satellite positioning:


Positioning Accuracy:

± 0.1 m (with visual positioning system on)
± 0.5 m (satellite positioning)
± 0.1 m (with visual positioning system on)
± 1.5 m (satellite positioning)


Quick release, quiet, foldable


Compass module


IMU module

Built-in memory:



Type of:

Lithium Polymer 3S


3500 mAh


11.55 V

Max. charging voltage:

13.2 V


40.42 Wh

The weight:

198 g

Charging temperature range:

+5℃ to +40℃

Max. charging power:

38 W



1/2″ CMOS Sony IMX586 with built-in Bayer color filter array
Number of effective pixels: 12M and 48M


FOV: 84°
Eq. Focal length: 24mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focal length: 1m to ∞

ISO range:

Video: 100-6400
Still (12MP): 100-3200 (Auto)
100-6400 (Manual)
Still (48MP): 100-1600 (Auto)
100-3200 (Manual)

Max. picture size:

48MP 8000×6000 pixels

Photo modes:

Single frame: 12MP and 48MP Continuous
12MP , 3/5/7 frames 30/60 sec SmartPhoto: Scene Recognition, HyperLight and HDR HDR panorama: Vertical (3 × 1): 3328 × 8000 pixels (width × height) Wide (3 × 3): 8000 × 6144 pixels (width × height) 180° panorama (3 × 7): 8192 × 3500 pixels (width × height) Sphere (3 × 8 + 1): 8192 × 4096 pixels (width × height)

Video resolution:

4K: 3840×2160@24/ 25/30/48/50/
60fps 2.7K: 2688×1512@24/25/30/48/50/60fps
FHD: 1920×1080@ 24/25 /30/48/50/60/120/ 240fps
4K Ultra HD HDR: 3840×2160@24/ 25/
30fps 2.7K HDR: 2688×1512@24/25/30fps
FHD HDR : 1920 × 1080 @ 24/25/30 fps

Max. video bitrate:

120 Mbps

Color profile:

D-Cinelike, Normal

Supported file systems:

FAT32 and

Photo format:


Video format:

MP4/MOV (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, H.265/HEVC)

Supported SD cards:

microSD up to 256GB with read/write speeds up to UHS-1 Speed ​​Grade 3

Recommended micro SD cards:

SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk High Endurance 64GB V30 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 128GB V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 256GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar 667x 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar High-Endurance
Plus 64GB V30 64GB microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus (Red) 64GB microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 128GB microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 256GB microSDXC
Kingston V30 128GB microSDXC
Netac 256GB A1 microSDXC


2x digital zoom in 4K video mode at 30/25/24 fps

2x digital zoom in 2.7K video mode at 60/50/48/30/25/24 fps

4x digital zoom in 1080P video mode at 60/50/48/30/25/24 fps


Mechanical range of rotation angles:

Tilt: -135° to 45°
Roll: -45° to 45° Roll
: -100° to 100°

Operating range of rotation angles:

Tilt: -90° to 0° (default) -90° to 24° (extended)


3-axis mechanical (tilt, roll, pan)

Max. controlled speed (tilt):


Angular vibration range:


Sensor system

Front sensors:

Measuring accuracy range:
Recognition range: 0.35-44m Obstacle
detection speed:
≤ 12m/s
FOV: horizontal: 71°; vertical: 56°

Rear sensors:

Measuring accuracy range: 0.37-23.6m
Recognition range: 0.37-47.2m Obstacle
detection speed:
≤ 12m/s
FOV: horizontal: 57°; vertical: 44°

Available lower sensors:

Dual vision sensors + Time of Flight (ToF) sensors

Lower sensors:

ToF measurement accuracy range: 0.1-8 m
Positioning range: 0.5-30 m Vision sensors
positioning range: 0.5-60 m

Side sensors:


Bottom Auxiliary Light:

1 x LED


Obstacle avoidance system:

Advanced Pilot Assistance System (APAS 3.0)


Video stream transmission system:

OcuSync 2.0 2.4GHz
/5.8GHz auto-switching

Max. signal transmission distance:

10 km (FCC), 6 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC), 6 km (MIC)

Broadcast quality:


Signal delay (depending on conditions at the launch site and mobile device):


Video encoding format:


Max. broadcast bitrate:

40 Mbps

Operating range frequencies:

2.4-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz

Remote Control

Control equipment transmission system:

OcuSync 2.0

Ports of compatible mobs. devices:

Lightning, Micro USB, USB Type-C

Max. size of supported mobiles. devices:

180 × 86 × 10 mm (Height × Width × Thickness)

Operating range temperatures:

-10℃ to 40℃

Transmitter power (EIRP):

FCC: ≤26dBm
CE: ≤20dBm
SRRC: ≤20dBm
MIC: ≤20dBm


FCC: ≤26dBm
CE: ≤14dBm
SRRC: ≤26dBm

Working Current/Voltage:

1200mA @ 3.7V (for Android)
700mA @ 3.7V (iOS)

Camera Potential

The photo and video quality of the Mavic Air 2 has reached a whole new level. Now it can shoot amazingly smooth 4K video at 60 fps. A D-Cinelike color profile is available to store more information for post-processing, while the HEVC (H.265) video codec will record more image information using less memory without loss of dynamic range and detail.

HDR video

Thanks to the new high-performance Sony IMX586 sensor with a built-in Bayer color filter array, HDR mode is also available for video shooting on the new Mavic Air 2. Exposure levels are now evenly distributed across the frame, accurately capturing light and dark details. The imposition of such frames on top of each other makes it possible to get a colorful, balanced and attractive picture with a high dynamic range at the output.

48MP photo

With the advent of the 1/2-inch CMOS sensor, the second generation drone has the ability to take impressive 48-megapixel photos, which, even when zoomed in, do not lose detail.

SmartPhoto Function

In the arsenal of tools that improve the quality of photography, there is a new scene recognition function – SmartPhoto, which combines HyperLight and HDR modes for optimal results. With Scene Recognition, the function allows you to optimize various camera settings for five different scenes: sunset, sky, grass, snow, and trees.

  • In over-light conditions, HDR greatly improves dynamic range by adjusting exposure settings and merging frames to produce brighter, higher-quality photos.
  • HyperLight optimizes photos taken in low light, resulting in reduced noise and improved clarity.

Photos taken in SmartPhoto mode have a resolution of 12MP.

HDR Panorama

Mavic Air 2 offers DJI’s most advanced panorama mode, with a wider dynamic range, vibrant colors, and amazing detail.

Intelligent flight and shooting modes

Mavic Air 2 combines a powerful camera with intelligent shooting modes for cinematic-level results. Creative aerial photography has never been easier.


Professional-quality footage made easy with FocusTrack. An easy-to-use set of pre-installed intelligent subject tracking modes including Active Track 3.0, Spotlight 2.0 and Point of Interest 3.0 that don’t require you to be a professional cinematographer to unleash your creativity.

Active Track 3.0

Tracking and avoiding obstacles is smoother than ever with DJI’s third-generation ActiveTrack technology. With improved best path finding and faster and more accurate prediction of lost objects, this technology will keep your chosen subject in the center of the frame, even if it moves behind a tree.

Spotlight 2.0

In this convenient mode, simply select the subject to shoot. After that, you can fly the drone in any direction, and the camera will always track the selected object.

Point of Interest 3.0

The third generation of the Point of Interest 3.0 mode has become noticeably better than POI 2.0. The recognition of flat surfaces has been optimized and the possibility of object loss has been eliminated. POI 3.0 can now also track dynamic objects such as people, cars, and boats.

8K Hyperlapse

Mavic Air 2 supports 8K Hyperlapse video capture, allowing you to warp time and space for particularly unique footage. No post-processing. Choose your shooting location and one of the four available modes, and let the DJI Fly app do the rest.

course lock




Hyperlapse in 8K is only available for Free and Waypoint modes.


QuickShots are the hallmark of almost every DJI drone. The Mavic Air 2 is no exception. With these modes, you can create a complex aerial route for shooting a short cinematic video in just a few taps. After shooting, the result can also be easily edited by overlaying music, applying all kinds of effects and filters through intuitive Story templates, in order to later share the masterpiece on social networks. There are 6 QuickShot scenarios available:







OcuSync 2.0

At present, OcuSync 2.0 digital video transmission technology provides the Mavic Air 2 with a record-breaking FPV distance of up to 10 kilometers among all flying semi-professional DJI products, with 1080P video streaming quality.


Mavic Air 2’s communication system supports dual-band operation of 2.4/5.8GHz and is able to automatically switch to the best channel in real time with minimal interference, which greatly improves the safety of piloting in difficult conditions.

Max. FPV distance is valid for the FCC standard (in the frequency range of 5.8GHz) in an interference-free area. For Russia, only the 2.4GHz frequency range is available, which significantly reduces the max. removal threshold from 10 km to 6 km. Fly the drone within visual line of sight, except when it is permitted to fly outside of it. Comply with local laws and regulations.


The optimal combination of the weight of the drone and the right power supply allowed the developer to achieve a record flight time of 34 minutes among all DJI drones, which in real conditions (depending on the piloting style and environmental conditions) will provide the user with at least 30 minutes in the air.

The developer clarifies that the maximum flight time was obtained when flying at an angle of 9 ° at a speed of 18 km / h in calm conditions.

Obstacle avoidance system

For environmental perception, Mavic Air 2 is equipped with a 3-way sensor imaging system: Front (2 visual sensors; working range up to 22 meters) / Rear (2 visual sensors; working range up to 23.6 meters) / Bottom (IR sensors). For the correct operation of the lower complex of sensors in low light conditions (important for an accurate and safe landing), the system works in conjunction with the LED backlight located also in the lower part of the drone (turns on automatically; forced on and off is allowed).

APAS 3.0

Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 3.0 – The third generation advanced pilot assistance system uses advanced mapping technology for smooth tracking and confident obstacle avoidance in difficult environmental conditions. The performance of obstacle avoidance and automatic flight planning has improved significantly compared to previous generations of the system, which improves safety and provides more options for operation.

The developer notes that APAS 3.0 and FocusTrack are not available when recording in 4K at 60, 50 and 48 fps, 2.7K at 60, 50 and 48 fps and 1080P at 120 and 240 fps.

Remote Control

The completely redesigned Mavic Air 2 remote controller features an ergonomic design for a more comfortable grip, detachable sticks for greater portability, and boasts an impressive 240 minutes of battery life. The new holder greatly facilitated the installation and connection of the smartphone, and the built-in antennas provided more convenient interaction with the equipment without degrading the signal reception quality.

Drone control is also possible using the DJI Smart Controller, the best universal control equipment for today, the manufacturability and functionality of which have already been appreciated by all advanced users.

The developer clarifies that the battery life was measured when working with a smartphone based on Android in the absence of interference. In turn, this suggests that the duration of the remote, coupled with devices based on iOS should be a little longer.

Mob. Appendix

In addition to managing the drone’s settings, the DJI Fly app makes it easy to edit your footage. The software integrates the DJI Mimo editing suite, which gives you access to manual settings, advanced features, and intuitive templates to create professional compositions in seconds.

ND filters

Two sets of ND filters are available for the Mavic Air 2 to help the user control the exposure and provide more creative options. The ND 16/64/256 set is useful for adjusting shutter speed even in over-lit conditions, while the ND 4/8/32 set will produce bright images even at low ISOs.

Filters ND16/64/256 are included in the extended Fly More Combo package. Filter set ND4/8/32 sold separately.


Drone DJI Mavic Air 2 is already available for order. In addition to the four bundles, the consumer has access to the DJI Care Refresh Extended Service Package for $79, which includes the ability to replace the product in the event of an accident / crash, water damage or any other reason (but no more than two devices per year), as well as receiving priority support and expert advice from DJI product experts. In addition, DJI will cover shipping costs in both cases, each time a replacement product is sent. The latest shipping payment terms apply only to the country where the DJI Care Refresh package was purchased. Depending on the configuration, the prices for the drone are arranged in the following order:

  1. Mavic Air 2 – $559
  2. Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo – $789
  3. Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo & DJI Care Refresh – $850
  4. Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo (DJI Smart Controller) — $1200


DJI Mavic Air 2 from $559

DJI Mavic Air 2



Flight time


flight qualities








Price quality



  • Portable Design/Foldable Design
  • Anterior/posterior and inferior environmental imaging system
  • OcuSync 2.0 Digital Video Transmission (Max FPV Distance 10km) / Support DJI Smart Controller
  • Max. flight time 34 min
  • 48MP 4K camera (best image quality among competitors)/4K@60fps
  • The best potential in photo / video shooting (due to various modes and functions that improve the quality of the footage)
  • D-Cinelike color profile (more freedom in post-processing)
  • FocusTrack Intelligent Follower Suite
  • APAS 3.0 (Secure Management)
  • Price


  • No Tripod Mode

Without exaggeration, an indicative upgrade result for the second version of the legendary Mavic Air. The drone has received such a powerful range of improvements that it can easily compete with most expensive top-end UAVs. For other current competitors, the model acts as a message from DJI developers, which predetermines the potential of future flagship models, which are expected to appear in the near future. As the saying goes, “one shot, two birds with one stone.” At the moment, Air 2 has managed to gain maximum consumer recognition and is the most recommended drone in the hobby for those who, for various reasons, do not consider buying Pro versions, but at the same time want to get an equally technological solution that corresponds to modern trends in a rapidly developing market. Age limit 16+.

On April 15, 2021, DJI introduced an even more advanced version of the drone. As much as possible about DJI AIR 2S in our review.



Q. What are the main improvements of Mavic Air 2 over Mavic Air?

A. The camera performance, smart features, flight time and video streaming system have been significantly improved, and interaction with the aircraft is now implemented through the new DJI Fly app, which provides an even more optimized flight.

Q. How to properly install propellers on motors?

A. Attach the white-marked propellers to the white-marked motors. Next, attach the unmarked propellers to the unmarked motors. Make sure the propellers are attached correctly or the drone will not be able to take off.

Q. Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with DJI Goggles or DJI Goggles RE FPV Goggles?

Oh no.

Q. Which microSD card should I use?

О. SanDisk Extreme PRO 64Гб V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk High Endurance 64Гб V30 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 64Гб V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 128Гб V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 256Гб V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar Lexar 667x 64Гб V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar High-Endurance 64Гб V30 microSDXC
Samsung EVO 64Гб microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 64GB microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 256GB microSDXC
Kingston 128GB V30 microSDXC
Netac 256GB A1 microSDXC.

Q. Is Mavic Air 2 waterproof?

Oh no.

Q. How do I install ND filters?

A. Hold the camera carefully to avoid damaging it, and slowly turn the filter to install or remove it. Make sure the ND filter is securely installed to avoid accidental separation during flight.

Safety and obstacle detection system

Q. Does the Mavic Air 2 have an optional LED light?

Oh yeah. Mavic Air 2 has an additional backlight for improved visibility and safety in low light conditions, like the Mavic 2 series.

Q. Does Mavic Air 2 provide obstacle detection in all directions?

Oh no. Mavic Air 2 provides forward, backward, and downward obstacle detection.

Q. What is the difference between APAS 2.0 and APAS 3.0?

A. APAS 3.0 has been significantly improved over previous generations. The system now creates a real-time map of its surroundings, providing one of the best obstacle avoidance available on DJI drones.

Q. What is the difference between ActiveTrack 2.0 and ActiveTrack 3.0?

A. By integrating the APAS 3.0 Obstacle Avoidance System, ActiveTrack 3.0 has been greatly improved over ActiveTrack 2.0. Overall tracking capabilities have been greatly improved, resuming tracking after losing an object is significantly faster than ever.

Control panel and video streaming

Q. Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with DJI Smart Controller?

Oh yeah.

Q. Is Mavic Air 2 compatible with the Mavic 2 Remote Controller?

Oh no.

Q. How much has OcuSync 2.0 improved?

A. OcuSync 2.0 supports the 2.4 and 5.8 GHz frequency bands. It features higher noise immunity due to automatic switching between frequencies, provides FHD quality video streaming at a distance of up to 10 km (achieved in an interference-free zone and in FCC mode).

Q. Does the stock remote have an HDMI port?

Oh no.

Q. How can I improve signal reception?

A. There are antennas in the smartphone clip of the remote control. Make sure the antennas are pointing towards the aircraft. Refer to the user manual for more information on correct antenna placement. Also, make sure you don’t have any transmitting devices on you and that Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are turned off on your mobile devices.

Q. What are the advantages of the new control equipment?

A. The remote control boasts an extended battery life of up to 240 minutes, a more comfortable grip, improved antenna design, and a more comfortable viewing angle when viewing from the screen.


Q. What resolutions and photo formats are available?

A. Regular photos can be taken at 12 or 48 megapixels, and RAW format is also available for more advanced editing.

Q. What video modes does the Mavic Air 2 support?

A. Mavic Air 2 supports normal video up to 4K@60fps and HDR video up to 4K@30fps. Slow-motion video is available in 1080p at up to 240 fps (8x slow motion).

Q. Can I shoot in Dlog or another neutral color profile?

Oh yeah. Mavic Air 2 offers a neutral D-Cinelike profile for deeper post-processing of footage.

Q. What are the advantages of H.265 video codec?

A. HEVC (H.265) is a more recent video codec than H.264; it retains more detail and delivers higher image quality.

Q. Can I manage camera settings manually?

Oh yeah.

Q. What is SmartPhoto?

A. SmartPhoto combines technologies such as Scene Detection, HyperLight and HDR in one mode for optimal results. Scene Recognition optimizes various camera settings for different scenes and supports five categories of intelligent recognition: sunset, blue sky, grass, snow, and green trees. HyperLight optimizes photos taken at night or in low light conditions. HDR selects the best image from multiple layers thanks to an adaptive dynamic expansion algorithm that determines the optimal parameters.

Intelligent Features

Q. Out of the four available Hyperlapse modes, which 8K resolution is relevant?

A. 8K resolution is only available for Free and Waypoint modes.

Q. What intelligent flight and shooting modes does Mavic Air 2 support?

A. Mavic Air 2 supports QuickShots, Hyperlapse, and FocusTrack.

Q. What is FocusTrack mode?

A. FocusTrack consists of three different smart tracking modes: ActiveTrack 3.0, Point of Interest 3.0 (POI) and Spotlight 2.0. All three modes offer different tracking scenarios for every situation.

Q. Are there any video recording settings where APAS 3.0 or FocusTrack is not available?

A. APAS 3.0 is not available when recording video at 4K/60fps, 4K/50fps, 4K/48fps, 2.7K/60fps, 2.7K/50fps, 2.7K/ 48fps, 1080p/240fps, 1080p/120fps, 1080p/60fps, 1080p/50fps and 1080p/48fps.

FocusTrack is not available when recording video at 4K/60fps, 4K/50fps, 4K/48fps, 2.7K/60fps, 2.7K/50fps, 2.7K/48fps second, 1080p/240fps and 1080p/120fps.

Q. What are the best video players for viewing 8K Hyperlapse footage?

A. The developer recommends PotPlayer for Windows systems and SPlayer for macOS.


Q. How do I update the Mavic Air 2 firmware?

A. You can update the firmware through the DJI Fly mobile app or DJI Assistant 2 software for Mavic (available for Mac and Windows). All of them are available for download on the official DJI website.

Q. What should I do if the firmware versions of the remote control and the battery do not match?

A. Use the DJI Fly app or DJI Assistant 2 software for Mavic to update the firmware.

Q. Where can I download the DJI Fly app?

A. To download the DJI Fly app, visit the official DJI Air 2S download page at


From the developer

Video of unpacking and preparing the drone for operation.

Video tutorial on how to launch Mavic Air 2 for the first time.

Overview of the control panel.

Video tutorial on how to use Focus Track.

Video tutorial on creating a Hyperlapse video.

Video tutorial on how to use the Smart Return To Home feature.

Video instructions for installing and removing propeller guards.

Video instructions for installing and removing ND filters.


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