Here are 6 Best-Selling Features of the Mavic Mini

DJI Mavic Mini, the new drone in the sky from the popular, award-winning drone maker, is fast becoming the drone to have among drone novice flyers and photography fans. So what is in the Mavic Mini to rave about?

Based on reviews and trends, everything about it spells user-friendly, especially for beginners. Here are the 6 best-selling features of the Mavic Mini.

  • Compact and Small
  • Maximum flying time of 30 minutes
  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Sturdy
  • Global Brand

This compact drone is the perfect companion for hiking trails, hanging at the beach, climbing mountains, or even hitting the slopes. It weighs roughly as much as a smartphone, making it easy to carry and allows it to fly for up to 30 minutes with a fully-charged battery. That’s twice the time of other drones. – Read more here.

The Mavic Mini is remarkably small, easily fitting into the palm of your hand and weighing in at a mere 249 g, exempting it from many registration requirements. Altogether, this makes it quite the portable package, easily fitting into any camera bag and taking up no more space than a normal lens. And while it will not come with the full set of capabilities of its bigger cousins, it does come with a stabilized 3-axis gimbal paired with a camera that shoots 2.7K footage and 12-megapixel stills. – Read more from this  review article.

Others miss some features not present in the Mavic Mini; still, they appreciate the positive features of the newest, smallest drone in the market. Just like this review by Matt Burns of TechCrunch: At $399, it’s a lot of drone for the money even though it’s missing features found in DJI’s other drones.

Another such review by Drew Prindle of Digital Trends says: The Mavic Mini is a cabin in the woods. It’s refreshingly simple and has all the things you need to survive, but I wouldn’t want to live there full-time. The Mavic Mini is missing too many of the modern conveniences I love. Specifically, 4K video capture and automatic obstacle avoidance.

DJI itself intends the Mavic Mini to be safe, easy, and fun for use by “Even beginners with no editing experience can turn any moment into a social media hit.[…] The new DJI Fly app offers a simple and intuitive user experience, enabling you to create cinematic shots with just a few taps. It even has Flight Tutorial, a feature to help you get started with Mavic Mini quickly and safely.” It may not be what the more professionals would like to add to their collection, but it is still a photography drone and a brand name to reckon with. As some followers say, it is nice for those dabbling in photography as newbies or part-timers, or even for pros, to add sizzle to their steak.


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