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DJI Mavic Mini released, the company's smallest drone yet

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DJI has just launched the Mavic Mini, the company's smallest and lightest drone yet.
DJI Mavic Mini released, the company's smallest drone yet
Mavic Mini

The Mavic Mini is designed for simple operation and it easier to fly in regions with stricter drone regulations.

The company's smallest and lightest yet

The drone is just as slightly bigger than most phones and slightly heavier at 249 grams. It makes it easier to carry and consume less power in flight.

The Mavic Mini uses a 12MP f/2.8 1/2.3-inch camera with a 3-axis gimbal. It can shoot up to 2720 x 1530 at 30p or 1920 x 1080 60p at 40Mbps bitrate. There's no 4K, slo-mo, and more, but at least it has better specs than the Spark before.

For the battery, it has 2,400mAh. DJI claimed that it can fly for up to 30 minutes on a single charge.

It also has a controller that is compatible with Android and iOS devices. It requires the DJI Fly app as well.

It has a total of 4km flying range with HD video transmission to the controller.

For precise hovering, it uses GPS + GLONASS sensors.
DJI Mavic Mini released, the company's smallest drone yet
The extra kit

The Mavic Mini is priced at just USD 399 (around PHP 20K) for the base kit. If you want extra batteries, spare propellers, propeller guard, charging hub, charger, and carrying bag, the total price USD 499 (around PHP 25K).

Source: DJI, Via: GSMArena
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