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DJI Mavic Mini arrives on October 30, indicates rumor

by Ace Damon

This year, DJI has announced several devices, including Robomaster S1, a programming-focused educational robot, DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral for precision farming, and DJI Osmo Action for action shooting. None of these fit the company's flagship end-consumer drone product, which seems to be about to change. According to the latest rumors, the DJI Mavic Mini, already commented here, will arrive on October 30th.

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Commenting on this possibility is the DroneDJ website, according to the portal, a reliable source would have confirmed the date. Anyway, there's no way to say that for sure, but without a drone for its main consumer and with the end of the year approaching, it's quite likely.

About DJI Mavic Mini

DJI's next drone, the Mavic Mini, had some leaked images as well as some specs. According to the leaks, its main highlight is the size and weight, it will not have more than 250 grams and its dimensions should be 140x140x53mm. Below is an unofficial video of the product:

In addition, although light and small, it is expected to be equipped with a 1 / 2.3 "CMOS sensor capable of recording at 4K30fps, 2.7K60fps, 1080p120fps. It will appear to be able to reach speeds of up to 50km / h with a range of about 5 kilometers.

DJI Mavic Mini arrives on October 30, indicates rumorDJI Mavic Mini arrives on October 30, indicates rumor

All these specs priced at around $ 399, if the DroneDJ font is correct, something the site seems to strongly believe.

Changes from the new drone

DJI promises that by 2020, all of its launched drones will feature a protection and detection system for other aircraft that may be flying around it. As the Mini arrives before this time, it may not bring the same technology.

However, as it is a smaller aircraft, it can achieve some loopholes in the legal flight system, not falling into the categories currently created for larger aircraft. This will likely lead to further discussions on security and privacy, which should result in broader laws in the not too distant future.

Source: DroneDJ


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