DJI Mavic Mini Unveiled
Mavic Mini at 14:00 of today 30th OCtober 2019 was unveiled by DJI. Small, light, powerful (at least on paper), it is proposed as one of the novelties of the drone-sapr market chasing the new legislation. But let’s see the specs.
Mavic Mini specs
The outstanding feature of the Mavic Mini folding drone-sapr is lightness. 249 grams including the battery, RTF (*) (Ready To Fly), but without paraeleics. The battery ensures 30 minutes of continuous flight but at a speed of 14 km/h and without wind! The tangency altitude, i.e. the maximum height that can be reached, is 3000 meters above sea level, while radio transmission is guaranteed up to 2 km.
Mavic Mini: the specs
- Type: 4 propellers – RTF (*)
- Motors: rotors
- Weight: 249 grams
- Fly time: 30 minutes
- Max hight flight a.s.l.: 3000 meters
- Flyght distance max.: 4 km
- Max speed: 46,8 Km/h
- Vertical speed max: 4 m/s
- Max descendent speed: 3 m/s
- Video transmission distance: 4 km
- Satellite positioning system: GPS/Glonass
- Max wind speed resistance: 8 m/s
- Internal storage: with microSD UHS-I class 3 or above
- Camera resolution: 12MP – 1/2,3” CMOS
- Images format: JPEG
- Photographic mode: Single shoot – Gap: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 sec.
- Photo resultion: 4:3: 4000×3000px – 16:9: 4000×2250px
- Video resolution: 2.7K: 2720×1530px 25/30p – Full HD: 1920×1080px 25/30/50/60p
- Video format: MP4 (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC）
Ad hoc app for the management of the little Mavic
With the release of the Mavic Mini, DJI has also released a new ad hoc DJI Fly App, in the versions for iOS DJI Fly iOS and Android DJI Fly Android. The App has been designed to offer users intuitive controls and to make your flight extremely simple.
The drone-UAV Mavic Mini due to its weight and with its flight autonomy of 30 minutes in the absence of wind is placed in a range of interesting drones also for work activities in light of the new European legislation. The camera is also similar to that of the Mavic Zoom and therefore will not suffer from the same problems as the one mounted on the Mavic Pro. In order to express a more accurate judgment we just have to wait and try it in flight.
Note regarding the images: The images showed in the article are taken from the websites of DJI. Each image still mentions the source. The use of the images is exclusively for the purpose of a better understanding of the contents of the article. The featured image was created by 4mydrone.
Last Updated on/Ultimo aggiornamento – 14/10/2021