DJI has announced the update to last year’s Mavic Mini, which addresses a number of complaints users had about the original while retaining its most valuable features. The DJI Mavic Mini 2 is the same size, it still weighs less than the 250g limit imposed in many countries before registration is required, and aside from the name printed on it, it looks virtually identical to its predecessor.
But what has changed are its video capabilities, which now offer 4K recording at up to 30 frames per second. It also uses OcuSync 2.0 for image transmission with better dual-band support and interference resistance for up to 10km transmission. It also has faster motors and an extra minute of battery life, although there’s still no obstacle avoidance.