DJI Mavic Mini Quadcopter
- Mavic Mini weighs under 250 grams, making it the lightest drone in the Mavic series
- The 3axis motorized gimbal onboard Mavic Mini provides superior stability for cinematic footage
- Mavic Mini also supports 12MP aerial photos and 2.7K Quad HD videos, which helps ensure crystal-clear shots
- Due to its lightweight design, you can enjoy up to 30 minutes of flight time with Mavic Mini
- The new DJI Fly app features creator templates so users can generate awesome videos with just a few taps
- Mavic Mini can hover precisely indoors and outdoors thanks to a downward vision sensor and GPS functionality
- Equipped with a 360° propeller guard that fully protects the propellers and improves flight safety
The Mavic Mini Drone is small, light, and very portable. It’s a perfect drone for travel, even hiking or backpacking. The precise weight at takeoff is 249 grams. That’s an important number in the drone world. If you are planning to throw the Mavic Mini in a backpack for a long haul, be aware that the controller adds another 249 grams and is roughly the same size as the drone. The total package comes in at about 1 pound, plus any case you use.
Mavic Mini Drone Features
It is available in gray and dark gray, just like the DJI Osmo Action and DJI OM 4. Its front is adorned with a pair of ‘eyes’, nuzzled under a flat, beveled, angry-looking top-side. It’s still one of the better-looking drones we’ve seen. It can reach 1,600 feet vertically and can range 2.5 miles from you, which is a bit tighter than DJI’s other drones, but that’s still plenty far enough to lose sight of it because it’s so small.
The Mini connects via Wi-Fi, transmitting the live video feed to the controller, which plugs into your phone and engages with the app interface.
On the front of the Mavic Mini is the 3-axis stabilized camera. On the back, we have an exposed microSD card slot and a micro USB port for charging. Above, there is the battery flap. The Mavic Mini’s arms are relatively slender. Below the tiny frame is a 24mm lens with a fixed f/2.8 aperture. The CMOS image sensor is capable of taking 12-megapixel images (JPEG only, unfortunately) and video at 2.7K/30p and 1080/30p. The results are impressive, especially considering the size of the package. Yes, there’s no 4K video or RAW still captured, but this is a machine of compromises. It also has an impressive 30-minute battery life, which beats the 10-15 minutes offered by most drones of this size, and captures very smooth aerial video thanks to that three-axis gimbal.
- Ultralight Design
- Dedicated Remote Controller
- Safe Flying
- Expensive price
- No object tracking
- Micro USB charging, not USB-C
Specification: DJI Mavic Mini Quadcopter
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