Well, it was all of a sudden – after weeks of growing rumors about the DJI Mini 2, visiting a well-bought store by U-Tirber and the unknown … the drone appears to have fully appeared.
What appears to be a more spectacular leak than the accidental unwanted DJI Movik 2 in an Argos ad in 2018, features the DJI Mini 2 in a completely impressive hash, including its specs, design and an unboxing video. .
You are here Our BTFI World , Whose video was taught to us by the YouTube channel Droningਓon, Came across a DJI Mini 2 ‘Fly Peacock Combo’ box in his best shopping store yesterday. He then bought it for 99 599.99 and, surprised that it wasn’t listed on DJI’s site, released the video below with most of the drone’s wheels.
While there was an outside chance that the video was a massive scam, this suspicion seems to have been dispelled by a more detailed follow-up video (below).
So what do they tell us about the successor to DJI Mavic Mini from DJI Mini 2, 2019? As rumors have suggested so far, it will be a 4K drone with a 3K-dix gym weight equal to its predecessor (249G) and a flight time of 31 minutes (one minute more than before). .
But really interesting and unexpected, the feature on the back of the box is that the DJI Mini 2 will obviously have an Ocusink 2.0 transmission, which will give it a range of 10 kilometers.
This is a feature that is generally reserved for high-end drones such as the DJI Mavic Air 2 and DJI Mavic 2 Pro, in part because those drones are intended for more advanced flyers. So it’s amazing to see what DJI’s new entry-level drone will look like – remember, in most countries, including the UK’s drone laws, you’re only legally allowed to see your own drone.
Otherwise, the DJI Mini 2 looks like its predecessor in terms of design and has the same sensor and lens as before – a 1 / 2.3-inch 12MP sensor, 24mm equivalent focal length and an f / 2.8 aperture. . This suggests that improvements to the quality of only 4 images may have come from the additional detail provided by that 4K resolution.
As the videos show, the DJI Mini 2 will have the same controller as the DJI Mavic Air 2, which is longer with the addition of the OCSync 2.0 transmission. This is a departure from the folding design of its predecessor, but we found that the controller is comfortable to hold and quick to connect to the Mavic Air 2.
Probably as important as the video is, however, there are features that aren’t mentioned. Earlier in the comments section of our BtFeed World video, YouTuber mentions an active track mode, which means it still can’t track the subject like predecessor DJI models. It’s a little embarrassing, but maybe an entry-level drone can be expected.
The DJI Mini 2 also doesn’t have any interceptor sensors, though it’s not surprising that you need to stay on 249G to avoid the need to register with civil aviation authorities such as the USA’s FAA and the UK’s CAA. Is.
The only real question that is unanswered is exactly how much the DJI Mini 2 will cost in different areas and when the full announcement will be made. Our BtFi World channel says that its DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo Bundle is priced at $ 699, which supports the previous leak which suggests that it will cost a little more than its predecessor.
The base price of the DJI MVIC Mini 2019 was 39 399 / £ 369 / AU 99 599 when it arrived in 2019, suggesting that the DJI Mini 2 (excluding Fly More devices) is likely to be around 50 550 / £ 515 / AU $ 840 Will. But we’ll have to wait for the full launch soon, which is now effectively revealed price, to know for sure.