DJI’s new Mini 2 compact, high-performance camera drone weighs less than 249 grams but offers improved imaging capabilities, flight performance, and transmission technology.

The new DJI Mini 2 shown with the 360-degree propeller guards. (Source: DJI.)

The successor to DJI’s original Mavic Mini, DJI Mini 2 is easy to fly and includes pre-programmed modes that enables users to pre-programmed modes, along with beginner tutorials and learning tools help get new pilots up to speed. It features the iconic folding design of the original Mavic Mini that adds minimal weight to the user’s bag but is easily set up to fly. It also comes with OcuSync 2.0 transmission technology to ensure stable, long distance, and reliable connection between the remote controller and the drone. Its maximum transmission range of 10 km is a 150% increase in transmission range when compared to the original Mavic Mini. Upgraded motors provide up to 31 minutes of flight time, faster acceleration and speed, along with the ability to withstand winds up to 38 km/h.  A live feed from the drone’s camera is sent to the user’s mobile phone, while high-grade positioning and vision sensors help Mini 2 hover precisely in place. Simplified buttons and functions keep things streamlined and easy to understand compared to more advanced drones.

DJI Mini 2 is available for purchase starting today from the online store and from authorised retail partners in Australia. The standard package includes DJI Mini 2 aircraft, remote controller and one battery for the retail price of AU$749. The Fly More Combo includes three batteries, a charging hub, DJI Mini 2 aircraft, a carrying case and remote controller for the retail price of AU$949. Click here for more information.