Last year around the same time, famous drone manufacturer DJI released the Magic Mini. The portable, pocket-friendly aerial drone device comes with a price of $399. This edition comes with Mavic Mini, a remote controller, one battery, extra propellers along with all necessary tools and wires. DJI could soon update the device with the Magic Mini 2. Here is all you need to know about the device.
Know More About Mavic Mini the original aerial drone
If you don’t have knowledge about the original Mavic Mini, it’s a small and pocket-friendly drone that weighs only 249g. That is conveniently 1g below the minimum weight that some civil aviation officials, alongside the USA’s FAA and the UK’s CAA, have decided is the cut-off for drones needs to be registered before you can fly them.
The Mavic Mini 2 spotted on the website of Adorama, a U.S. based retailer with an expected price
The Mavic Mini 2 has been spotted on the website of Adorama, an online retailer of cameras, electronics, and film devices. Further, the website unveils the expected price, hinting that the drone will cost $499 whereas the Fly More Combo will cost $599. This brings a surge of 12% over the previous-gen Mavic Mini that costs $399 and $499.
We can’t find a better explanation for the surge of the price other than the fact is it will get improvised and updated specifications. coming to the specifications, the Mavic Mini 2 will feature support for 4K video recording.
DJI Mavic Mini 2 Expected Specifications
- Video support – 4K/30P
- Charging port- USB type C
- Camera -12 MP with ½.3 inches
- Weight -250g
- Video feed – up to 2.5 km
- Another features-ActiveTrack object tracking
Highlights of DJI Mavic Mini 2
- What is it likely to be? A small, 4K successor to the DJI Mavic Mini
- When is it out? There’s no rumored date, but potentially November
- What will it cost? Likely in the area of $449 / £415 / AU$675.