DJI Mini 2

  • Category

    Hobby

  • Release Date

    5/11/2020

  • Max. Speed

    16 m/s

  • Max. Range

    10 km

Description
The DJI Mini 2 is a small drone that packs a big punch. It boasts an array of features aimed at both beginners and experts alike. It features a 12 MP camera with an incredible 4K video resolution and live video streaming for your viewing pleasure. This drone also has a built-in HD gimbal with control and stabilization, as well as intelligent flight modes like Orbit, Return Home, and Waypoints to help you create cinematic videos from the sky. Plus, you get to enjoy it as it has a max flight time of 31 minutes and can fly as far as 10 kilometers, so you can explore more territory with this quadcopter. This drone also has an advanced GPS system so that it lands safely even if the connection between it and your phone is lost, which is a great feature for beginners to help them feel more confident in their flying experience. The DJI Mini 2 is a great choice for both entry-level and experienced drone pilots. Even though it is a smaller drone, it packs a big punch with its high-quality features and cinematic capabilities. If you are looking for a drone that can capture high-quality images and videos, the DJIf Mini 2 is a great option.
Specification
Features
Return Home?
YES
MicroSD
YES
Orbit Mode?
YES
Controller App?
YES
Acrobatics Mode?
YES
Micro USB?
YES
Foldable Design?
YES
USB?
YES
Gimbal Stabilizer?
YES
FPV Goggles?
YES
Performance
Max. Flight Time
31 min
Max. Range
10 km
Max. Speed
16 m/s
Size

Dimensions of the drone come in at 245 × 289× 56 mm.

However, once folded up you're looking at a much more reasonable size 138 × 81 × 58 mm.

Weight
249 g
Dimensions When Folded
138 × 81 × 58 mm
Dimensions
245 × 289× 56 mm
Camera
4k Camera?
YES
Camera Resolution - Photo
12 MP
Live Video Frame Rate
30 fps
Video Resolution
4K
Live Video Resolution
720p
Video Framerate
30 fps
Overview

The DJI Mini 2 is a Multirotors drone that was released by DJI in 5/11/2020.

The battery capacity inside is 2250 mAh.

Type
Multirotors
Category
Hobby
Brand
DJI
Release Date
5/11/2020
Battery Capacity (mAH)
2250 mAh
Rotor Count
4
Other
Maximum Temperature
40° C
Minimum Temperature
0° C
Reviews of the DJI Mini 2
Rated 4.3 / 5 from 7 Reviews
The DJI Mini 2 builds on the success of the previous Mavic Mini, providing a much better video shoot quality, while retaining the straight out of the pocket flying capability.
space.com
  • - 4
If you want a compact, easy to carry, easy to fly drone with 4K video capture, this is currently the best available. It’s great for the novice, and its size and weight mean it never feels intrusive in a small rucksack; equally so when flown outdoors. That $560 is very reasonable for a drone with all these features, too.
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Confidence-inspiring features and rock-steady reliability
t3.com
  • - 5
The DJI Mini 2 excels in every department, from its confidence inspiring flight characteristics and rock-steady reliability to its plethora of in-flight safety tech and brilliant collection of pilot aids. It is right up there will the best small-bodied aerial tripods money can buy.
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4K camera for under $500
dronerush.com
  • - 4.7
The DJI Mini 2 is the kind of drone we wish we’ve always had. It’s very portable, has a 4K camera, is super light-weight, easy to fly, and has all the best flight features, but costs less than half the price of comparable drones from a few years ago. From beginner to pro pilot, there’s a good reason to consider putting the Mini 2 in your backpack next time you head outside.
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DJI Mini 2
pcmag.com
  • - 4
The DJI Mini 2 drops some of the more enthusiast-targeted video and imaging options offered by the $800 DJI Mavic Air 2—you don't get a 48MP Quad Bayer camera, obstacle sensors, or other upmarket features. DJI has also updated the camera to 4K, added Raw imaging, and ever so slightly upped flight time per charge. For $50 more than the first version, the DJI Mini 2 is a better entry-level drone, and our Editors' Choice winner. We're rating it a bit lower than the Air 2, but if you're just getting started, and don't want to spend closer to $1,000 on a drone and accessories, the Mini 2 is absolutely worth considering.
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This palm-sized 4K drone is in a league of its own
techradar.com
  • - 5
Still in a league of its own, the DJI Mini 2 is the perfect entry-level drone for beginners looking to get to grips with flying, capturing, and editing birds-eye views of beautiful landscapes and cityscapes (where permitted). Whether you opt for the Mavic Mini or the Mini 2 will come down to how much you want that 4K resolution. But whichever you opt for, you won’t be disappointed, as long as you're happy to shoot during the brighter daylight hours.
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The compact and lightweight drone gets more flying power and better video quality.
wired.com
  • - 4
Should you get this or the more expensive Mavic Air? There are three compelling features to the Air, for beginners especially. The big one is obstacle avoidance—the Mini 2 has none. This might be the biggest reason to spend extra money on the Air. The Mini 2 also lacks DJI's ActiveTrack and Point of Interest automated flight modes, which really do help you capture better video with less fuss. The larger camera sensor in the Air also means you can get sharper 48-megapixel images and 4K video at 60 frames per second. That said, if you have some experience flying, don't need the improved video resolution, and just want a highly portable, really-fun-to-fly drone, the Mini 2 is my top pick.
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It looks the same, but it flies and shoots much better
theverge.com
  • - 3.75
All those image quality specs really do matter — but so does the DJI Mini 2’s size. It’s a drone that I never hesitate to toss in my camera bag. The old saying that the best camera is the one you have with you is just as true when that camera is attached to a drone.
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