ByAdan Flannigan 2019-08-12 3982
Published images show that it should be very small, even compared to the charging station supplied with the device. There are no general specifications, but it is possible to see folding bars that are very similar to DJI Mavic Pro and DJI Mavic 2 Pro Zoom. This makes transport even easier and is the main feature of Mavic drones.
On the underside of the drone there are still on/off buttons, indicator lights that indicate how much battery is left, and two obstacle avoidance sensors that can also be helpful during landing. The pictures also show two obstacle sensors at the front, rear and sides, apparently there is no sensor.
The photos also indicate that there is a battery release clip next to the lines or edges of the battery on the side. Overall, the drone shown has a design very similar to that of DJI Mavic 2, although it is very small. The 3-axle gimbal with mechanical stabilisation is also very similar to the Mavic 2, but seems to be of lower quality.
DJI drones follow similar characteristics in their different lines. Spark, for example, had the main feature of being the company's smallest GPS drone, but was unable to bend the bars, which made transportation more difficult. Already in the Mavic line, this feature is built into all your drones, so these leaked images may not be a continuation of Spark, but another model of the Mavic Mini or Air line.
According to reports, the DJI Mavic Mini weighs 350 grams and has a diagonal of 270 mm, which is 100 grams heavier than the FAA's 250 gram limit. If you use less than 250 grams, this drone will be more interesting for many people.
Mavic Mini will also use DJI's improved Wi-Fi technology available in DJI Spark and DJI Mavic Air.
The Mavic Mini is expected to cost $399, but has DJI features and great software. The DJI Mavic Mini has an optical avoidance sensor on the front and bottom. The main camera is a 12 MP 4k 1 / 2.3 CMOS sensor mounted on a 3-axis universal joint, similar to the DJI Mavic Air.
As we reported a few days ago, the DJI Mavic Mini folds and uses the same design as its siblings DJI Mavic 2 Pro and DJI Mavic 2 Zoom. The new drone also uses a new battery similar to that of the DJI Phantom 4, and adds a battery door to find the microSD card and USB port on the back.
The strange thing you can see on the picture is the Micro-USB in the battery compartment. All the latest DJI drones use USB C. In contrast to the DJI Mavic 2, the front legs visible in the picture are open. Both witnesses state that the drone is a technical sample handed over to the patent office.
This may mean that the image has been around for several months and has just been released. It is recommended that the series version of the Mavic Mini closes the legs and possible USB-C connections.
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