ByAdan Flannigan 2019-12-05 23019
The DJI through a message of reply to a user posted on November 29, 2019 has denied the rumors and assumptions that in recent weeks are raging on social and that soon will be added to the Active Track, or the automatic tracking of a subject selected by the user through the now famous green rectangle. "Sorry, we won't support the active track on the Mavic Mini," said DJI. Probably because, unlike the older brothers, all the QuickShot features on the Mavic Mini work thanks to the app's processing. It's the processor of the smartphone that does the calculations of "computer vision" to control the Mavic Mini so as to keep the subject centered during the Dronie, Rocket, Circle and Helix.
Standard version, which includes the Mavic Mini, a remote control, a battery, spare propellers and all the necessary tools has a price of 399 €.
The Fly More Combo, which also includes a circular propeller guard, a dual-use charging station, two extra batteries, three sets of spare propellers and a carrying case, costs €499.
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