According to latest news, dJI’s Mavic Mini 2 drone has begun shipping overseas online around the world.
Although it hasn’t been officially released yet, some foreign netizens have gotten their hands on the drone in advance.
The new Mavic Mini 2 retains the original Mavic Mini’s ultra-light weight of 249g, and many countries have regulations that require no real-name registration for drones up to 250g (still subject to no-fly zones). Battery life was slightly improved to 31 minutes from 30 minutes at the Mavic Mini, and the battery capacity changed, but that also meant the battery wasn’t versatile.
The upgrade from the much-maligned WIFI to the much-praised OcuSync 2.0 HD, which has a range of 10km, is a big question.
The previous generation of Mavic Mini also had poor wind resistance due to its size. The new Mavic Mini 2 uses a more powerful motor than the previous generation, which improves wind resistance while maintaining the same weight.
On the most critical imaging system, DJI Mavic Mini 2 has been upgraded to 4K video recording with 12 million pixels, but the exact parameters and COMS model are not known.
The remote control of Mavic Mini 2 is highly similar to the remote control of the previous generation of Mavic Mini. The problem that “the remote control is bigger than a uav” still exists. In terms of software, Mavic Mini 2 still uses DJI FLY, supporting panoramic photography, one-button short film and other functions, and it can easily achieve aerial shooting of large films with one button.
The stand-alone version of the DJI Mavic Mini 2 will retail for $449 overseas, while the flying kit will retail for $599. The DJI Mavic Mini 2 will likely be released on November 5 domestically.