Been the smallest and lightest full-featured drone on the market, DJI Mavic Mini faced several challenges on their first released last year. But today, they come to answers some of the limitations.
Shenzhen-based drone expert DJI just launches the upgraded version of Mavic Mini to the Mini 2. Beforehand, despite being the lightest and most compromised drone on the market, it has several performance issues that give a doubt. Fortunately, this upgrade version bringing along a series of interesting enhancement that will appeal to the videographers and content creator.
It might look identical to the first version, even weighing the same of 249 grams, it comes with the fresh 4K video recording capability via its 12-megapixel sensor, running at 30fps and a bitrate of 100Mbps, a big jump from its 2.7K resolution and 40Mbps speed. Of course, it still retains the ability to shoot 1080p at 60fps if you’re looking for smoother footage. Photos can be taken not just in the JPG version but also RAW, as well as auto exposure bracketing.
It is also equipped with DJI’s OcuSync 2 wireless connectivity for up to 2.5 times the wireless range of its WiFi-reliant predecessor, extending the effective range now to 10km. DJI also says it’s upgraded the Mini’s flight motors for faster acceleration and a top speed of 35.8 mph (up from 29 mph). It should also withstand 24 mph gusts of wind, compared to 18 mph previously. The battery life is also increased by a slight one minute, bringing the flight time up to 31 minutes.
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