DJI Mavic Mini

  • Category

    Hobby

  • Release Date

    30/10/2019

  • Max. Speed

    13 m/s

  • Max. Range

    4 km

Description
DJI Mavic Mini has all the strong points of DJI Mavic Pro, but in a smaller package that makes it easier to take with you. It’s the perfect drone for adventurers who want to capture videos and photos from perspectives that go high overhead or stay close to the ground. Fly at up to 13 m/s with a max range of 4 km and 30 minutes of battery life so you can capture more than just a fleeting moment. It can also record video in 2.7K resolution. The most exciting part? The camera on this drone takes 12MP stills. The drone has a one-click button to start recording, making it easy to capture the moment. You can also take photos while recording video. The remote has a low-battery warning and will land on its own to recharge when it’s almost out of power. The drone has sensors that allow it to hover accurately in any condition, even in wind. It also has an obstacle avoidance system and can be flown manually for more experienced pilots. The controller has a built-in display that shows battery life, height, speed, and more.
Specification
Performance
Max. Flight Time
30 min
Max. Range
4 km
Max. Speed
13 m/s
Size

Dimensions of the drone come in at 202 × 160 × 55mm.

However, once folded up you're looking at a much more reasonable size 140×82×57mm.

Weight
249 g
Dimensions When Folded
140×82×57mm
Dimensions
202 × 160 × 55mm
Camera
Camera Resolution - Photo
12 MP
Live Video Frame Rate
30 fps
Video Resolution
2.7K
Live Video Resolution
720p
Video Framerate
30 fps
Overview

The DJI Mavic Mini is a Multirotors drone that was released by DJI in 30/10/2019.

The battery capacity inside is 2600 mAh.

Type
Multirotors
Category
Hobby
Brand
DJI
Release Date
30/10/2019
Battery Capacity (mAH)
2600 mAh
Rotor Count
4
Reviews of the DJI Mavic Mini
Rated 4.3 / 5 from 7 Reviews
Great value
dronerush.com
  • - 4.5
While this mini drone offers far fewer features than we are accustomed from our drones that cost more than a thousand dollars, the price tag really puts everything into perspective. At $400, the DJI Mavic Mini is a great value.
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Tiny, powerful and the perfect drone for anyone
techcrunch.com
The Mavic Mini gets everything right. It’s small, comes with a lovely case, and in a $499 bundle, two extra batteries with a clever charging pack. The camera is surprisingly good though admittedly less powerful than DJI’s more expensive drones. The Mavic Mini is the perfect drone for a first-timer or experienced drone enthusiast. DJI stuffs enough features into the 249 gram body to make this a fantastic drone for anyone.
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The DJI Mavic Mini, DJI’s latest drone, is its smallest, cheapest and best.
tomsguide.com
  • - 4.5
While pricier DJI drones have more features and a higher resolution camera, the Mavic Mini offers enough endurance and ease-of-use, and a compelling price tag. It's the drone to get when you just want to fly something around.
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DJI Mavic Mini Review
pcmag.com
  • - 3
The Mavic Mini isn't the home run that many aspiring pilots and DJI had hoped for. There's room for some improvement via software updates, though—perhaps we'll see more imaging and video control added to the DJI Fly app in the future.
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DJI's latest small drone is lightweight, small enough to fit in your pocket, and tons of fun to fly.
wired.com
  • - 4
Still, considering the price and the size of the Mavic Mini, this is the best drone for most people, but they're a hassle to pack, a pain to carry, and so loud you're almost guaranteed to offend someone. The Mavic Mini eliminates the first two problems completely. It's small enough to throw in a little bag and carry with you all the time. It's still somewhat louder than I'd hoped, but it's the least intrusive drone I've flown. If you keep it about 50 feet up in the air, you'll hardly notice it.
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The Mavic Mini is still a fine drone if you don't need 4K video
techradar.com
  • - 4.5
If you don't need to shoot 4K video, the Mavic Mini remains one of the best beginner-friendly drones you can buy. It's since been succeeded by the 4K-shooting DJI Mini 2, but the Mavic Mini otherwise offers a very competitive blend of portability, image quality, price and convenience. It weighs no more than five golf balls, lasts a solid 30 minutes in the air, and fits into a large jacket pocket when folded down. Only that lack of 4K video and object-tracking powers show its age.
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An ultra light hi-res camera drone for one and all
t3.com
  • - 5
DJI Mavic Mini is yet another example of DJI's mastery of the drone market. This is the loveliest, most desirable little camera-equipped drone ever to snap from the air. Smooth, fast, eminently controllable and stupefyingly small, DJI Mavic Mini shoots exceptional 2.7K video and impressive 12mp stills while costing no more than a half-decent compact camera. You WILL want one.
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