The latest drone from DJI is a tiny machine that packs a lot for its size, the new DJI Mavic Mini is a very compact, folding drone that looks like it should replace the Spark, but the 2.7K camera makes it a step above, just perhaps not quite a contender with the Mavic Air.
For a drone this size, it’s tough to pack all the best features of a typical consumer drone today, but for it’s size, we’ve never seen anything this advanced and capable. Let’s see all the details of the new DJI Mavic Mini!
DJI Mavic Mini
November 2019Release Date
With a long list of drones that start with the name Mavic, DJI has launched yet another consumer machine, perhaps their most consumer friendly yet, the new, very compact, folding DJI Mavic Mini.
As the name implies, the DJI Mavic Mini is a very small machine, and in true DJI fashion, it has few compromises to make it all work. The first thing to note is that the Mavic Mini weighs less than 0.55 lbs, which means you do not need to register it with the FAA before flight. Registration is quick and easy, but not requiring it at a