DJI Announced Mavic Mini Ultra-Light Foldable Drone With 3-Axis Gimbal


Today, DJI just announced their Mavic Mini, the most portable 3-Axis Gimbal 2.7K Camera Drone. It weighs just 249grams pack professional-quality drone features into the lightest possible frame. It incorporates DJI’s renowned safety technology, including geofencing to help drone pilots avoid restricted areas; AeroScope remote identification to help protect sensitive locations; built-in altitude limits; and automatic return to the launch point if the drone loses connection to the controller or reaches critically low battery level.



Mavic Mini is the first DJI drone to weigh below 250 grams, which aviation regulators around the world consider to be the safest category for drone flight. In many countries, including India drones below 250 grams are considered safe enough.




It has a separate remote controller, features ultra-light design and high-grade motors offering up to 30 minutes of flight time. GPS receivers and downward visual sensors detect the ground below Mavic Mini, enabling precise hovering, stable flying and accurate landing both indoors and out. It offers 2.7K video at 30fps, 1080p at 60 frames per second, or 12-megapixel photographs using the 1/2.3-inch sensor. A three-axis motorized gimbal supports and stabilizes the camera, ensuring the footage is smooth.

The new DJI Fly app is intuitively designed, simplifying the flying and content capturing the experience so that pilots of all skill levels can make the most of Mavic Mini.

Mavic Mini is priced at US$399 (Rs. 28,325 approx.) for the standard version which includes Mavic Mini, remote controller, one battery, extra propellers and all necessary tools and wires and will be available for pre-order beginning October 30 at store.dji.com, flagship stores and authorized retailers and partners in the US and will begin shipping on November 11. The Mavic Mini Fly More Combo which includes all of the components from the standard version with the addition of the 360° Propeller Cage, Two-Way charging Hub, three batteries in total, three sets of extra propellers and a carrying case costs US$499 (Rs. 35,425 approx.).


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