The all new DJI Mavic Mini drone is DJI’s smallest, lightest and most compact drone ever and fits in the palm of your hand! It weighs less than 250g which also means it doesn’t need to be registered with the CAA on 30th November 2019 and doesn’t need the operator to register either!
The Mavic Mini also comes complete with a full-sized Remote Control, so no more having to use your mobile phone to control it, simply attach your mobile to the DJI Mavic Mini remote control for full FPV (First Person View) and use the DJI app to see what the camera sees, change settings and flight modes.
Key features of the DJI Mavic Mini
2.7K Video Camera
3-axis Camera Gimbal
upto 2.5 Mile Flight Range
GPS and Vision Positioning
Weighing 249 grams, the Mavic Mini is portable, and designed to be easy to fly, safe, and perfect for everyone who wants to experience the fun of flying.
DJI says the Mavic Mini builds on the technological innovations in its series of folding Mavic drones, from the original Mavic Pro through to Mavic Air and Mavic 2.
The launch puts Mavic Mini in the safest drone category, which in many areas exempts it from regulations that apply to other, heavier drones,
Roger Luo, president at DJI, said:
“To design a drone as lightweight, compact yet capable as Mavic Mini was one of the most challenging projects we’ve ever tackled at DJI. Distilling top-of-the-line features into a palm-of-your-hand drone is the culmination of years of work, and we are ecstatic to bring a new class of drone to the DJI lineup”.
Mavic Mini’s long flight time, ultra-light weight and high-quality camera makes it DJI’s everyday drone – and most importantly, it’s easy to fly, no matter your experience level with drones.”
The Mavic Mini will be available for pre-order beginning October 30 at store.dji.com, flagship stores and authorized retailers and partners.
It comes in two purchase options; the standard version which includes Mavic Mini, remote controller, one battery, extra propellers and all necessary tools and wires for £369, or the Mavic Mini Fly More Combo which includes all of the components from the standard version with the addition of the 360° Propeller Guard, Two Way Charging Hub, three batteries in total, three sets of extra propellers and a carrying case for the price of £459.
DJI confirmed the Mavic Mini will begin shipping from mid-November.
Earlier this week, the details of the Mavic Mini were leaked thanks to an early retail listing on Newegg’s Canadian website.
So come and try the mavic mini on our basic drone training course.