DJI Mini 2 Will be Presented On November 5, Teaser Reveals

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For a few weeks now, continuous news has been circulating on the net about the new version of the Mavic Mini, the very small drone designed and built by the Chinese company DJI. But now it may be possible that the long-awaited announcement of the DJI Mini 2 may very soon become a reality.

A new teaser has appeared on the DJI website, which announces the presentation of the DJI Mini 2 drone, which will take place on November 5 at 9:00 am Chinese time. The slogan of the event is “Fly in reality”.

A number of leaked specs on the DJI Mini 2 also included adding an 83-degree field of view for the main camera with an f / 2.8 aperture. The sensor is expected to be 12MP capable of capturing 4K video at up to 30 frames per second. The camera is capable of capturing standard JPG format shots or DNG format shots to capture RAW-type photos. Thanks to the ISO 3200 certification “in all modes of use”, the camera system would be truly formidable.

The DJI Mini 2 would be able to reach a speed of 16 meters per second, with a descent rate of 5 meters per second. This device should then implement a 2250mAh battery, smaller than expected, but it would guarantee a longer flight time than you can imagine.

The DJI Mini 2 will reportedly be able to guarantee 31 minutes of full operation on a single battery charge and perfect weather conditions. It will also be able to record video in 4K and will be able to reach a maximum altitude of 4000 meters.

The new drone of the Chinese house will probably be officially revealed in the coming weeks and could be purchased in two colors “slime green” and “bubblegum pink” or much more likely, in the classic white dress.

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