In the last 14 hours, more than 100 YouTube reviews of the DJI Mini 2 have beeen published. By far the vast majority are rave reviews: “Best Ever” and “Finally!” feature heavily in the headlines. With the Mini 2, DJI is continuing to make their drones more powerful, easier to use – and smaller.
Here’s what the reviewers love: It’s wind resistant. It has an amazing camera. It has flight endurance. It weighs about the same as an apple, and – as one YouTube reviewer demonstrates – it could fit inside your sandwich. It’s easy, and fun to use – the perfect beginner drone for a cinematographer who demands good images. The DJI Mini 2 is loaded with features – combined with the portability and undeniable safety of a micro drone.
“Mavic Mini was a monumental breakthrough for DJI and for drone pilots across the world, as its unprecedented combination of weight, safety, performance, and overall value became the entry point for countless new drone pilots and fans,” said DJI President, Roger Luo. “DJI Mini 2 enhances those key aspects, packing larger drone performance in an approachable, small design in the safest drone category that is perfect for beginners and will also impress more experienced pilots.”
“Small yet mighty, DJI Mini 2 has impressive upgrades to vital flight performance features compared to the original version,” says DJI’s press release. “OcuSync 2.0 transmission technology has now been incorporated. OcuSync 2.0 is DJI’s world-renowned transmission technology responsible for ensuring stable, long distance, and reliable connection between the remote controller and the drone. Dual-frequency technology automatically switches between channels to help against interference. DJI Mini 2 has a maximum transmission range of 10 km, which is a 150% increase in range when compared to the original Mavic Mini. Upgraded motors provide 31 minutes of flight time, faster acceleration and speed, along with the ability to withstand winds up to 24mph.”
The DJI Mini 2 is “made to be fun to fly,” says the press release – and that means easy.
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