DJI Mini 2


- 4K camera
- Very portable
- Easy to fly
- Versatile flight modes
- Smooth and stable 3-axis Gimbal
- 249 grams (skip FAA registration)


- Fewer flight features than other DJI drones
- No directional obstacle avoidance sensors
- Larger remote control

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Bottom Line

The DJI Mini 2 is a superb update from the Mavic Mini, now offering a 4K camera, Ocusync 2.0 and more power.

One of the hottest drones to hit the market in 2020 was the DJI Mini 2. A powerful update to the DJI Mavic Mini from the year prior, the newer drone offers 4K video capture, long-range connectivity, and great flight time, all for under $500. You can get even more out of the drone with a few important DJI Mini 2 accessories.

The base drone is $449, and the Fly More combo jumps up to $599. That Fly More combo comes with a great selection of additional parts and accessories, including more batteries, a charging hub, a nice bag, propeller holders, and extra propellers. The value is there, but maybe you do not want it all, or maybe you just want more!

DJI Mini 2 propellers

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Crashes happen, bumps and bruises are a part of life. When your DJI Mini 2 needs new wings, you’re looking at $20 for a pair. That’s a two blades per pair, with one pair clockwise and the other counter-clockwise.

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DJI Mini 2 battery

The DJI Mini 2 has great flight time, but 31 minutes goes fast when you’re having fun. The Mini 2 Fly More combo comes with three batteries, but you can get your hands on more for $55 each from DJI, currently a little more than that on Amazon.

microSD card

I don’t have to explain this one, do I? Cameras need SD cards to store data. Your Mini 2 uses the microSD card format. We like the Samsung cards, DJI promotes Sandisk.

DJI Charging Display Base