DJI’s lightweight Mini 2 drone with 4K video lands on November...

DJI will upgrade the Mavic Mini, the smallest drone to date, with 4K video recording, improved transmission range and a maximum flight time of 31 minutes. What we didn’t expect was to get rid of the “Mavic” name, but that’s what we hear about the brand new Mini 2.

It was around this time last year that the Mavic Mini debuted, so it’s no surprise to hear that November 4th could be the launch date for the Mini 2. Retailers like Best Buy and MediaMarkt announced the date one way or another (via DroneDJ).

WinFuture has taken a decent Intel charge in the so-called Mini 2, which basically gives the impression of a slimmer, but meaner flyer.

Similar to the Mavic Mini, the camera sensor is stacked over 1 / 2.3 “at 12 MP, but the maximum video setting jumps from 2.7 K at 30 fps to 4 K 30 fps – the increase from a bit rate upper limit of 40 Mbit / s what we hope for from 100 Mbit / s Exciting – and in addition to JPEG, DNG is also recorded. The drone also uses OcuSync 2.0 software for flight geofencing and can track the user.

Oddly enough, the battery shrinks from 2,600 mAh to 2,250 mAh, but it is claimed that the Mini 2 can fly for up to 31 minutes. The Mavic Mini is designed to fly for 30 minutes at a constant speed of 14 km / h with no wind. During that time, it can travel up to 10km at an altitude of up to 4km – we believe the latter number should be the starting altitude based on a review of the datasheet. The maximum lateral movement and ascent speeds increase by 25% to 16 m / s (~ 36 mph) and 5 m / s (~ 11 mph), respectively.

All of this while staying under the FAA drone license threshold of 250 grams – weighing in at 249 grams.

DJI is expected to sell the Mini 2 for € 449 – a premium of € 50 for the Mavic Mini – with the option of a Fly More Bundle with additional batteries, a case and other Benies for maybe € 100 more.

Given that the Mavic Mini Fly More kit recently retailed at a discounted price of $ 399, there seems to be a lot of Christmas stuff to think about if you haven’t finished shopping.

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