Drones are normally considered to be advanced devices, affordable by only those who have high budget. In its latest line-up, however, DJI is planning to change that through its DJI Mavic Mini. This is one of the smallest drones made by the company and it is just as thick as three smartphones stacked together. Of course, DJI is doing quite a good job in making the device as slim and lightweight as possible. This also gives users a great benefit — you don’t have to register the drone to FAA for using it. Of course, users can get into the app for managing this drone.
As far as other specifications are concerned, DJI Mavic Mini packs almost everything people are looking for at this point. The device goes in sync with the brand’s description that DJI Mavic Mini is your everyday flying camera. The device is capable of recording 2.7K video, thanks to the brand-new camera that’s in the package. While the quality of the video may be better than full HD, there are certain advantages over the quality. The drone has a maximum flight time of 30 minutes and the range is 2.5 mile. There is also a new remote-control system for better management.
While it’s good that the DJI Mavic Mini packs a lot of features required by customers, there are some notable absentees as well. For instance, the drone does not have obstacle avoidance technology, which could have helped the vehicle to stay away from potential obstacles such as trees. At the same time, we cannot ignore the fact that the drone has been priced at $400, which is quite affordable for most people. Considering that this drone would be a great companion for both professionals and passionate drone-flyers, DJI Mavic Mini is just the right gift to be made.