Happy New Firmware Update for your DJI Mavic Mini. Just as 2019 was coming to an end, DJI released a long-awaited firmware update for their latest 249-gram mini quadcopter. Probably the most important feature in this latest update is the ability to unlock GEO zones.
DJI Mavic Mini features
- It only weighs 249 grams and therefore does not require FAA registration when flown recreationally.
- Shoots 12MP stills with a 1/2.3-inch sensor and 2.7K video at 30fps
- Has a 3-axis gimbal-stabilized camera
- Comes with a remote controller
The Mini’s camera also packs some major upgrades:
The DJI Mavic Mini’s high-grade camera captures compelling footage in 2K high definition, and its new DJI Fly app’s suite of creative features seamlessly transforms photos and videos into professional-quality productions. Its enhanced, stable flight performance provides more opportunities to explore using one of the longest flight times for a drone of its size. Users can unleash their imagination with Mavic Mini’s exciting accessories, including a DIY Creative Kit and a 360° Propeller Guard for added safety.
The DJI Mavic Mini (from DJI or Amazon) comes in two different versions. The Standard version includes the Mavic Mini, remote controller, one battery, extra propellers, and all necessary tools and wires for $399 USD. The Mavic Mini Fly More Combo includes all of the components from the standard version with the addition of the 360-degree Propeller Cage, Two-Way charging Hub, three batteries in total, three sets of extra propellers, and a carrying case for the price of $499 USD. You can add DJI Care Refresh for an additional $39 USD. Shipping will start on November 11.
Read our review, first impressions and other news on the DJI’s latest drone.