DJI Technologies, world-leading manufacturer of commercial unmanned aerial vehicle have taken aerial photography and videography to a whole new level. Easy-to-fly drones and quadcopters produced by DJI are gaining lot of popularity among photography enthusiasts. The Chinese technology company has launched their latest Mavic Drone. Christened Mavic Mini, this is the smallest drone produced by the company till now. Referred as The Everyday FlyCam by DJI, this compact and portable drone is almost as light as the average smartphone.
DJI Mavic Mini supports 12MP aerial photos and can record 2.7K Quad HD videos at 30 fps and 1080 pixels at 60 fps. To ensure camera stability and smooth footage, it comes with a 3-axis motorized Gimbal. The drone comes with a CineSmooth Mode that comes handy while operating in narrow spaces. The remote controller can maintain an HD video feed up to 4 km.
Weighing just 249 grams, Mavic Mini drone offers 30 minutes of flight time with a fully-charged battery. To increase flight safety, this cool gadget comes with a 360° Propeller Guard that fully protects the propellers. The DJI flycam is powered with advanced sensors which allow it to hover precisely. Thanks to its compact size and light weight, many countries may exempt it from certain drone regulations and registration hassles.
DJI Mavic Mini drone comes with an easy-to-use DJI Fly app that takes user experience to a whole new level. Moreover, it comes with a Flight Tutorial feature that helps you get started with the FlyCam quickly and safely. It also comes equipped with four innovative QuickShot modes that let the drone execute an elaborate preset motion while recording. These exciting modes are Dronie, Circle, Helix and Rocket.
The DJI Mavic Mini Drone is available for purchase from DJI’s official website along with various accessories for the FlyCam as well. Price starts at $399.
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