If you’ve been following the drone news lately, it’s hard to miss the extensive leaks that have revealed the new Mavic Mini 2. This is an upgrade to the original Mini, released almost a year ago, and gained immediate popularity as it only debuted under the weight limit required to register with FAA, TCCA, and regulators. other airspace. DJI is now officially announced and are open to orders.
The Mavic Mini 2 shares a lot in common with the original, including the same foldable design, weighing less than 249 grams. However, it has been upgraded in a significant range of ways. The new model moves from a more reliable Wi-Fi to OcuSync 2.0 signal for better wireless transmission and even flight time inching up to 31minutes from 30 minutes.
The 12MP camera sensor is also slightly larger for better low-light performance. It can now shoot 4K / 30fps at a bit rate up to 100Mbps, which is a sizable improvement over the previous model’s 2.7K only 40Mbps. Still images were previously limited to JPEG, but the Mini 2 will also be able to shoot RAW images.
Like all DJI drones, there are several software features for automatic and intelligent flight and shooting. Mini 2 supports several QuickShot modes, auto panorama, HDR photo and timer mode. DJI has also added a new direct download mode to quickly move photos and videos to your phone at speeds of up to 20MB / s (no remote required).
You can order the Mavic Mini 2 right now with the standard kit for $ 450. Most drone owners will tell you to get the Fly More Combo for $ 599 just for the bag and spare battery, not to mention the other accessories included. DJI is also selling propeller guards, a set of stickers, and other custom add-ons. You can also get a $ 10 coupon if you use my referral link when making a purchase.