Thursday Oct 31, 2019

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DJI Mavic Mini

Review – Good

Enough for Pro Filmmaking?

DJI Mavic Mini Review - Good Enough for Pro Filmmaking? . DJI just announced the Mavic Mini, the smallest and lightest…
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By Nino Leitner
cinema5d.com

DJI Mavic Mini Review - Good Enough for Pro filmmaking? . DJI just announced the Mavic Mini, the smallest and lightest foldable drone they have ever made - it only 249 grams with the battery, which qualifies it as a toy in many countries. However, drone regulations are complex and different all around the world, so please be sure to always abide by your local regulations! What inside the box? In the Fly More Package, the drone comes in a nice carrying case, with three batteries which give you around 30 minutes of flying time each, and of course the remote controller and more accessory cables and replacement rotors.

And as someone who has flown every single iteration of the Mavic line over the years, I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised about how easy and stable this thing is….

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