The news 249 grams drone is creating buzz all around the town. DJI Mini SE has taken off in the market with a tag of $300/ AU$500 and maybe a suitable drone for beginners. The drone is as light as your smartphone, making it extraordinarily portable and captures it within the lowest and safest weight class of drones, which can exempt it from particular regulations in many countries.
Mini has a 30-minute flight time, a 2.7K camera with a three-axis gimbal, and a 4km HD video transmission. While the frame looks equivalent to new DJI Mini 2, its peak speed of 13m/s is slower, since is its ascent speed of 4m/s – even though it can proceed faster. It still requires the 4K video resolution, providing just the FHD and a couple of 2.7K options of the Mavic Mini.
The focus of the DJI Mini SE is on making flying possible to everyone, with flight tutorials, propeller guards, and video creation from the app, capable to share on social media. There’s also a variation of quick shots to fly the drone set paths and a slow CineSmooth mode to permit you to be more precise together with your controls.
The DJI Mini SE features a similar design to the Mavic Mini and Mini 2 drones. Mini SE uses the aircraft design of the Mini 2 but shoulders higher wind speed resistance, and it produces identical performance to the Mavic Mini. Prominently, however, the Mini SE has more trustworthy aircraft arms and a USB-C charging port, which distinguishes it from the Mavic Mini.
The Mini SE also does not have 4K printed on the lens, thus the rear aircraft status indicator is not clickable. Additionally, the Mini SE’s remote controllers can be swopped with the Mavic Mini’s, but not the Mini’s. While the DJI Mini SE is then availably purchasable within the US and Australia through third-party stores, there’s no trace of it still within the UK. Hopefully, this may shortly, take over the Mavic Mini.