Most of the leaks so far have come from Best Buy in the US, but now German retailer MediaMarkt has joined the action by listing the DJI Mini 2 and the seemingly confirmed specs.We already knew that the Mini 2 would be a 4K drone with a triaxial gimbal and a 249g design. The latter means that, like its predecessor, it does not need to be registered with aviation authorities such as the FAA (in the EU USA) or CAA in the UK.
However, there are two particularly interesting specifications in the MediaMarkt list that we have not confirmed elsewhere. One is that the Mini 2 will apparently have a “Follow Me” feature – something that wasn’t available on the Mavic Mini.
This would mean the Mini 2 can use GPS to keep track of who is holding their controller to keep them in check. This isn’t exactly the same as the newer (and more powerful) ActiveTrack mode, which allows you to draw a square around any object in the camera’s view.
ActiveTrack is not mentioned on the MediaMarkt list, and it is likely that DJI will reserve this feature for high-end drones like the DJI Mavic Air 2, especially since it has sensors to help avoid obstacles. But ‘Follow Me’ would certainly be a huge bonus that could entice existing Mavic Mini owners to upgrade.
The other interesting suggestion from the specs in the MediaMarkt list is that the DJI Mini 2 can pick up DNG raw files, which will please those who want to take aerial photos.
The original Mavic Mini could only capture JPEG images, and while we were certainly pleased with the color and dynamic range, the raw capture option gives you a lot more editing flexibility.
Given the rumors that the Mini 2 has the same sensor as its predecessor, a 1 / 2.3-inch CMOS chip that captures 12-megapixel still images, there can’t be a radical improvement in image quality. But it’s another feature that will add appeal to the DJI entry-level drone beyond beginners.
Based on the rumors and leaks so far, we won’t have to wait long to find out the final specs of the DJI Mini 2. Another post by German technology WinFuture, revealing the official press images above, suggests that an announcement be made on November 4th.
WinFuture suggests the DJI Mini 2 will cost € 449 in Germany (around $ 520 / £ 405 / AU $ 740), which is a little more than the Mavic Mini but not quite as big a price hike as we feared. We will give you the official prices from the full announcement shortly.
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