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DJI Mini 2 – Info and specifications of the drone without a license

by Fabio Affortunato
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DJI Mini 2 has officially launched and according to reviews posted everywhere there are only enthusiastic opinions about the DJI mini drone. But is it really so? Let’s try to understand what the DJI Mini 2 really offers and what its strengths are.

Reviews speak of a drone for cinematography, small enough to fit in one hand, powerful, easy to use, resistant and full of features.

As stated by DJI President Roger Luo: “DJI Mini 2 enhances the key aspects of the Mavic Mini, packing the performance of larger drones into a small and affordable design in the safest drone category that is perfect for beginners and will impress pilots as well. more experienced.”

But aside from the opinion of the DJI president and enthusiastic fans regardless, what are the specifications of the DJI Mini 2?

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DJI Mini 2 – The DJI mini drone with great potential

DJI Mini 2 – The specs

Physical specs

Weight: 242 grams, therefore it is not necessary to have a license for “Non-critical operations” to fly it, but it does need insurance. If you want to fly in an urban environment, you need a license.

Dimensions: the DJI Mini 2 is a foldable drone, closed it has dimensions 140 × 82 × 57 mm, open 160 × 202 × 55 mm, open with the propellers 245 × 290 × 55 mm, therefore extremely compact. The diagonal distance is 233 mm.

Speed: maximum ascent speed 5 m/s (S mode) equal to 18 km/h, maximum descent speed 3.5 m/s (S mode) equal to 12.6 km/h, maximum speed (at sea level, in the absence wind speed) 16 m/s (Mode S) equal to 57.6 Km/h.

Max altitude ceiling: 4000 m without paragliders, 2000 m with paragliders. It should be noted that according to ENAC and EASA regulations, the maximum altitude that can be reached is 120 m A.G.L.

Flight time: 31 minutes without wind and at a speed of 16.92 km/h.

Wind resistance: max. up to 10.5 m/s equal to 37.8 km/h.

Sensors

Lower: Sensor with relief from 0.5 to 10 m operating on non-reflective surfaces. This sensor compartment is limited as it lacks front and rear anti-collision sensors.

Camera

Sensor: 1/2,3” CMOS – Pixel effective: 12MP.

Lens: FOV: 83 ° – 35mm format equivalent: 24mm – Aperture: f / 2.8 – Shooting distance: 1m to ∞..

Max image dimension: 4:3: 4000×3000 – 16:9: 4000×2250.

Photo modes: Single and interval shooting. JPEG: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30 / 60s
JPEG + RAW: 5/7/10/15/20/30 / 60s – Panorama: Circular, 180 °, Wide angle.

Video resolution: 4K: 3840×2160 @ 24/25/30fps – 2.7K: 2720×1530 @ 24/25/30fps  -FHD: 1920×1080 @ 24/25/30/48/50/60fps.

Zoom: 4K: 2x  – 2.7K: 3x -FHD: 4x.

QuickShot Modes: Dronie, Spiral, Ascent, Circle, Boomerang.

File format supported: FAT32 (≤ 32 GB ) – exFAT (> 32 GB) photo JPEG/DNG (RAW) and video MP4 (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC.

SD cards supported: UHS-I Speed Class 3 or later.

DJI Mini 2 flight management app

DJI Fly for iOS operating systems (vers. 10.0 or higher) and for Android operating systems (vers. 6.0 or higher) see App DJI Fly iOS and App DJI Fly Android.

DJI Mini 2 functions

Transmission: based on OcuSync 2.0 which can ensure a stable, long distance and reliable connection between the remote control and the drone. We remind you that in Italy and elsewhere it is not possible to fly in BVLOS, but only in VLOS flight conditions (see Drones: Acronyms & Terms). DJI Mini 2 has a maximum transmission range of 10km, which is a 150% increase in range over the original Mavic Mini.

Drone position:Ability to send a live feed from the drone camera to your mobile phone so you can see exactly where DJI Mini 2 is and what it sees.

Shooting: You can shoot smoothly and without vibration thanks to the 3-axis gimbal, which compensates for the movement of the drone and the wind. While recording in 1080p resolution, you can get close to your subject without actually having to move the drone thanks to the 4X Zoom option (2X lossless quality).

Video – QuickShots 
Dronie: DJI Mini 2 flies back and forth, with the camera following the subject. You can set a height limit of 12, 18, 20, 30 or 136 meters.
Helix: DJI Mini 2 flies up and away, spiraling around the subject. Set a height limit of 12, 18, 20, 30 or 136 meters.
Rocket: DJI Mini 2 flies through the air with the camera pointed downward following the subject. Set a height limit of 12, 18, 20, 30 or 136 meters.
Circle: DJI Mini 2 will circle the subject at a constant altitude and distance.
Boomerang: DJI Mini 2 takes a boomerang-like oval flight path around the subject, starting and stopping the video at the same point.

Photos – Panorama
Sphere: DJI Mini 2 automatically captures twenty-five images and stitches them together for a razor-sharp image.
180 °: Take eight photos for large panoramic areas.
Wide angle: Take a single image consisting of 9 images (3 x 3).
Triple AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing) Shot: The DJI Mini 2 takes 3 photos with different exposures and merges them to create a single vivid image.

Conclusions

The DJI Mini 2 is definitely a mini drone that can make the difference if you want or need to use the drone in an urban environment for carrying out activities such as surveying and inspection (always in compliance with regulations and legislation).

Some field tests will confirm the validation of the DJI effort to occupy this market segment with great potential.

In general, the equipment of the photographic sector, the flight range and the price € 459.00 basic version and € 599.00, combo version (with triple battery, triple propellers, multiple charger, bag, cables, 6 sets of screws for propellers) – this the link to DJI web store  -make the DJI Mini 2 interesting for both newbies and those who want a second drone in their fleet without spending a lot.

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Note regarding the images: The featured image and the DJI Mini 2 drone image in the post are taken and taken from the DJI store site which is the legitimate owner. The use of the images is exclusively for the purpose of a better understanding of the contents of the article.

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Last Updated on/Ultimo aggiornamento – 30/04/2021

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