Hubsan for those unfamiliar with it is a Chinese UAS-drone manufacturer, which also boasts among its products some respectable racing drones such as HD122D X4 Storm, and HD 123D X4 reviewed by 4mydrone.
Today, however, Hubsan is on the front page among those who write about UAS for the launch of its latest model Zino Mini Pro which promises to be the true antagonist of the DJI Mini 2, UAS well known as it can be piloted without a UAS pilot certificate.
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Video from Hubsan – presentation of Zino Mini Pro drone
Hubsan Zino Mini Pro
The UAS Zino Mini Pro has a weight of only 249 grams and therefore like the DJI Mini 2 it can be piloted without a pilot certificate.
Its specs are as follows:
- 48 MP 1 / 1.3 ” CMOS image sensor with f / 1.85 – 2.4um mixed large pixel
- 3-axis stabilized gimbal camera
- digital zoom with magnification up to 6x
- HDR photos
- video resolution 4K / 30fps – H.265 / HVEC 200mbps transfer rate
- radio signal with Syncleas 3.0 protocol and video transmission up to FullHD at 30 Fps, range of 10 km
- front, rear and bottom obstacle detection sensors
- follow a subject through Artificial Intelligence – ATVT 3.0
- flight autonomy up to 40 minutes.
Definitely excellent specifications, considering that compared to its antagonist DJI Mini 2 offers front, front and rear obstacle detection sensors, which is no small thing if you want to use this gem for important activities in an urban environment.
In fact, Hubsan is not a marginal manufacturer of drones and has always made technologically advanced machines at more than accessible prices. So the plate characteristics of the drone-UAS Zino Mini Pro, once available for the tets in the field could be confirmed without problems.
Zino Mini Pro – A big step forward
The small Hubsan Zino Mini Pro, therefore, opens a new path to all those who want a small but powerful drone able to want for a considerable and safe time. Despite the range of 10 km of the radio signal (remember that you fly in VLOS), the Zino Mini Pro I think it lends itself very well as a small professional drone as well as an excellent entry-level for recreational pilots interested in photos and videos.
Waiting for a first “physical” contact, we just have to wait to know price and availability.
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Credits about images: The cover image is taken from the video made by Hubsan for the presentation of the Hubsan Zino Mini Pro drone, as well as the images and video in the post, which are owned by Hubsan. The use of the images is exclusively for the purpose of a better understanding of the contents of the article. Thanks to Hubsan for the video made available on YouTube.
Last Updated on/Ultimo aggiornamento – 25/04/2021