DJI Mini 2 is official with 4K video recording and OcuSync

Ro, 06 November 2020

DJI's small but popular Mavic Mini gets an upgrade and the new Mini 2 (no Mavic in the name) offers quite a few new features. It can now record better videos and also fly further than ever before.

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DJI Mini 2

However, the chassis stays almost the same. It's still lightweight, small and with foldable wings. Tipping the scale at just 249 grams - just like the original Mini - it can now record 4K videos at 30fps at 100Mbps bitrate. Additionally, the drone supports OcuSync 2 wireless tech that allows the drone to fly 2.5 times further than before while still keeping the connection stable.

DJI Mini 2 is official with 4K video recording and OcuSync

As far as flying goes, the Mini 2 adopts upgraded flight motors allowing for faster acceleration and a top speed of a little over 57 km/h. Endurance hasn't been optimized as much, though, now offering a maximum flight time of 31 minutes, which is just a minute up from the previous Mini.

The price tag for the DJI Mini 2 is $449 including the controller, which, by the way, is the same as the one from the Mavic Air 2. For $150 more you can get three batteries, a charging hub and a case.



Reader comments

  • Kevin S

Johnny, you are obviously oblivious to the massive differences between the Mini 1 and 2 The 4K video and Ocusync alone is substantial!

  • Paul

Almost lost the mini once, but 35 mph would save me most days. Huge.

  • Mod javed

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