An Ultraportable Drone Takes Flight With DJI’s Mini 2 SE
Since DJI’s Mavic Mini was originally introduced a few years ago, it has also introduced the Mini 3 Pro. The Mini 2 SE drone is the newest flying monster in the DJI range, even though it is completely unclear why it has that name.
The drone’s 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor can capture 12 MP still images and 2.8K video. Not going to lie. That is an unusual pick for sensor size and a curious resolution for video.
Compact mirrorless cameras employ 1/2.3-inch sensors, but serious photographers typically choose larger ones for a superior depth of field options and heat dissipation. Once your palm-sized flying camera starts filming, DJI says that everything will make sense.
With a three-axis mechanical stabilisation mechanism, the camera is mounted on a high-tech gimbal that ensures steady shots even in strong gusts.
The newest DJI model, primarily designed for beginners, simplifies flying with one-tap takeoff and landing, stable hovering, and a “return to home” feature. The drone has a maximum flight time of slightly over 30 minutes and offers HD video transmission up to 10 km (6.2 miles).
The drone is not large. fantastically diminutive Additionally, DJI states that because of its light weight of 249 grams (8.8 ounces), it is not subject to drone laws in “many parts of the world.”
The drone is reasonably priced at $369, and a “fly more combo” that includes extra batteries, spare rotors, and a few other goodies is offered for $519. Beginning March 22, the new quadcopter will be accessible.