DJI equipped the Air 2S with a 20MP camera sensor. This sensor also supports 10-bit color, “Intelligent HDR” and can be used for camera modes such as hyper-lapse and panorama.
The new camera adds 30 grams to the Air 2S compared to the Mavic Air 2, bringing the former to around 595g. The new drone should also support ActiveTrack 4.0, OcuSync 3.0, and FPV Goggles V2. Incidentally, the Air 2S has a redesigned remote control, although the body is exactly the same as the old Mavic Air 2.
The DJI Air 2S will retail for $1,299 and is expected to launch on April 15th.