DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo – Ultralight Foldable Drone, 3-Axis Gimbal with 4K Camera, 12MP Photos, 31 Mins Flight Time, OcuSync 2.0 10km HD Video…

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  • PACK LIGHT, FLY FREE: at less than 249 g, it weighs about as much as an apple and fits in the palm of your hand. compact and convenient, this small drone is your ideal travel companion, transforming how you capture your favorite memories
  • OCUSYNC 2.0 VIDEO TRANSMISSION: mini 2 supports up to 10km of hd video transmission and has excellent anti-interference capabilities, giving you the ability to fly farther and see clearer
  • POWERFUL PERFORMANCE: with a max battery life of 31 minutes, dji mini 2 grants more than enough time to compose the perfect shot. mini 2 can resist level 5 winds and take off at a max altitude of 4,000 meters, so your footage is stable even when flying along a windy coastline or high above an alpine forest
  • 4X ZOOM: there’s no need to get so close for your dream shot. 4x digital zoom makes it safer and more convenient when transitioning between shots of varying distance and composition
  • QUICKSHOTS: with just a few taps, dji mini 2 automatically records and shoots professional-level videos to share directly on social media. whether you’re a beginner or a more experienced flyer, the dji fly app helps you produce impressive results complete with soundtracks and filters
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DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo – Ultralight Foldable Drone, 3-Axis Gimbal with 4K Camera, 12MP Photos, 31 Mins Flight Time, OcuSync 2.0 10km HD Video…
DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo – Ultralight Foldable Drone, 3-Axis Gimbal with 4K Camera, 12MP Photos, 31 Mins Flight Time, OcuSync 2.0 10km HD Video…

$481

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Specification: DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo – Ultralight Foldable Drone, 3-Axis Gimbal with 4K Camera, 12MP Photos, 31 Mins Flight Time, OcuSync 2.0 10km HD Video…

Brand

DJI

Maximum Range

4000 Meters

color

Gray

Video Capture Resolution

4K HD

Effective Still Resolution

12 MP

Connectivity Technology

USB

Included Components

Spare Propellers (Pair) ×3, RC Cable (Lightning connector) ×1, Spare Control Sticks (Pair) ×1, Gimbal Protector × 1, Remote Controller x 1, Aircraft x 1, Shoulder Bag × 1, Type-C Cable × 1, Propeller Holder × 1, DJI 18W USB Charger ×1, RC Cable (USB-C connector) ×1, Two-Way Charging Hub ×1, Spare Screw × 18, Screwdriver × 1, DJI Mavic Mini 2 Intelligent Flight Battery × 3, RC Cable (Micro USB connector) ×1

Skill Level

beginner

Item Weight

8.8 ounces

Control Type

Remote Control

Model Name

DJI Mini 2

Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Polymer

Wireless Communication Technology

Ocusync 2.0

Are Batteries Included

Yes

Remote Control Included

Yes

Rechargeable Battery Included

Yes

Product Dimensions

7.44 x 5.2 x 9.92 inches

Item model number

CP.MA.00000306.01

Batteries

3 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

November 4, 2020

Manufacturer

DJI

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7 reviews for DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo – Ultralight Foldable Drone, 3-Axis Gimbal with 4K Camera, 12MP Photos, 31 Mins Flight Time, OcuSync 2.0 10km HD Video…

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  1. Chris

    Be honest I was skeptical about ordering this not from DJI directly. But I’m glad I didn’t because it would have taken so much longer (about 2 weeks) to get this from DJI. I was too excited and don’t want to wait that long and this seller seem very respectable plus if something do go side way I know Amazon and maybe the seller will make it right.

    Well overall I’m amazed how fast I got it. Ordered it on Tuesday and I got it on Saturday (Same week) So thank you!

    The drone itself is amazing for the price to be honest. I own a DJI Phantom, Mavic Pro and now this Mini 2.
    I’m sure there is so many review out there for you to read so I will spare you that pain to your eyeballs.

    I will sum this up like this. “If you want a Drone that is reasonable priced, small enough for you to take it anywhere, record 4K, amazing flight time, fly far enough (10KM)”
    Then just click that “Buy Now” button. Because this Drone checks all that above and all that is what really most drone pilot ask for.

    There. Done. Good bye.
    🙂

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  2. Thomas912

    Necesito contactar con el vendedor y no existe manera, el drone sufrio una ruptura en el estabilizador, adquiri tambien el seguro assurant el cual no me cubre nada hasta que la garantia del fabricante expire (lo cual es ilogico porque te lo venden por 2 años y la garantia del fabricante es de 1 año) en fin, me comunique con la fabrica y me dicen que esta no pertenece a ninguna de sus series o de alguno de sus distribuidores; por lo que el proceso de garantía al respecto les sería imposible realizarlo, la opcion que me dan es la reparacion pero con costo… Que solucion podria darme sr vendedor? Tengo dos seguros inútiles, ud puede aplicar garantia como distribuidor o con sus distribuidores?

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  3. Jeff

    I’ve loved remote control vehicles for most of my life; back in the 80’s my dad got me a buggy that would go about 20 mph on asphalt and an old Futaba radio with the crystals you had to swap out. I had an absolute blast with that thing. Over the years I had gas and electric cars and trucks and the little indoor helis and quads. But I never really got good at the flyers. I’d carefully fly them around inside the house, but they were generally too light to use outside so I could never really practice effectively. And if I wanted to turn off the stability controls and go full ham, I’d lose control almost immediately.

    Well, I still would like to actually be good at flying those types of devices. The DJI Mini 2 won’t get me there, but I’m willing to bet it will help. You can’t turn off all of the helper electronics and start doing flips like you can with the sport quads, but that’s not really the point. The point is the camera, and the camera is fantastic.

    I’m going to start splitting this review up into sections because I can already feel like it’s going to be a long one.

    === The Camera ===

    This isn’t one of those cheap no-name drones with a terrible camera that gives you a dark, laggy, choppy view until it blacks out at 60 feet away. To be honest, I’m not even sure how they do it, but I get full signal strength and clear 720p transmission well beyond where I start getting nervous and bring it back to me. You can set all sorts of options, including manually adjusting the exposure in flight or leaving it on automatic, setting it to 4:3 or 16:9 (the former gives you the full 12MP image, while the latter fills your screen better but you lose some pixels on the top and bottom), and you can shoot stills in JPG or JPG+RAW. Video can be shot at 1080p, 2.7K, or 4K.

    While flying, your recordings and photos will show up on your phone immediately, but in preview resolutions. I’m not sure what the still photo size is, but the videos are 720p (so the photos may be 1280×720 depending on your aspect ratio, but I don’t remember off the top of my head). This allows you to view and share immediately. The full resolution images and videos are located on the micro SD card, so you can pop that into your computer to see everything in its full glory. You can also create a wi-fi connection to the drone to transfer the full resolution stuff directly to your phone if you don’t want to wait. I only had to set this up once, and it seems to be able to do the transfers every time now, without any extra interaction from me (other than telling it to start the transfer). This alone is fantastic to me, I’m so used to devices that require you to drop your wi-fi connection in your phone settings, choose the new device, connect, do your thing, then disconnect and reconnect to your original wi-fi connection. This is all done behind the scenes seamlessly after initial setup on the Mini 2. What a breath of fresh air!

    === Basic Flying ===

    This is the ultimate in beginner-friendly flying. You can’t (accidentally or otherwise) turn off the host of helper sensors keeping the craft stable and safe. It limits your movements to ensure you don’t end up upside-down or flailing helplessly out of control. Releasing the sticks quickly brings it to a stable hover. The three main flying modes (Cine, Normal, and Sport) are all fully aided by sensors, the only difference is how quickly it will allow you to move and change direction. Someone brand new to flying might want to start in Cine mode, as it is the most forgiving and the slowest moving. All three of these modes have separate settings for how fast and smooth the camera gimbal works, and these settings can be modified for each mode.

    === Batteries ===

    Since I got the Fly More package, I got three batteries. I haven’t really tested them for real-world flight time yet, but that will naturally change a lot based on your flying style, the amount of work it needs to do to counteract wind, etc. They last a good amount of time, though — nothing like the little sport quad I have that gets about 6 minutes per battery. The controller has its own battery, which as far as I can tell is not replaceable. It’s charged via USB-C, and has the option (which you enable in the DJI app on your phone) to charge your phone while it’s connected.

    The Fly More package includes a charger that holds all three batteries and charges them in sequence via USB-C. I found this interesting because most multi-battery chargers charge everything equally in parallel, but of course for something like this you’d want all of the power charging one battery first so it gets to 100% quicker, and the others can charge while you’re using the full one.

    === DJI Fly (the phone app) ===

    Wow. I’m speechless. The world is filled with absolute garbage apps. Everything has an app now. My grill even has an app. And the vast majority of things that have apps have garbage apps that might get updated for the first month or two after product release, but then are allowed to languish and die with none of the bugs ever worked out, and no support ever offered. It’s one of the worst things about connected devices.

    DJI Fly is gorgeous. It’s stable. It’s usable. It’s all of the things that every good app should be. It shows a live view of the camera along with TONS of useful information that is somehow always there but never in my way. Pre-flight status information tells you when it’s a good idea to take off (for example, it will stop you from taking off until you have a good GPS lock, unless you choose to override and take off anyway). Your photo and video options are all clustered on the right side, and the top right shows you things like the battery charge remaining, approximate flight time remaining, signal strength to the controller, GPS lock, etc. The bottom left shows things like your current speed horizontally and vertically, it’s current height off the ground, and the drone’s current ground distance from its home point. Tapping the map icon on the bottom left brings up a detailed map (with the camera live view going into the corner in an overlay window), and the map shows the path that the drone has taken since launch, as well as its current orientation, your current position, and the home point position. If you lose track of where your drone is and the camera imagery isn’t helping, you can just use the map to point your drone towards you and start flying back. If you don’t want to take your hands off the controls, you can set the Function button on the remote to quickly swap between map mode and camera mode.

    The DJI Fly app has integrated maps to show you where there are restricted airspaces around you. You can tap on a restricted airspace to see what the restrictions are. The app will actively prohibit you from getting into trouble by inadvertently entering a no-fly zone without authorization. It will even warn you as you get closer to a restricted area without entering (where you can still legally fly, but you’re approaching restricted airspace).

    Distance and altitude limitations are easily set in the app. The altitude limitation is particularly useful since you can’t legally fly above 400 feet without a waiver in the United States. I have my ceiling set to 400 feet, and when I hit it the drone stops climbing and I get a nice lady in the app telling me I’ve reached maximum altitude.

    === Controller ===

    The new controller for the Mini 2 is excellent. It has a nice beefy battery that can optionally charge your phone while it’s connected and still have plenty of battery life for a number of flying sessions. It has a Function button that can be mapped to several different functions in the app. Two functions actually, because you can set it to do something when clicked, and another thing when double-clicked. Camera movement is controlled with a wheel under your left finger, the button to start/stop recording (or to take a picture) is under your right finger, and another button on the right switches between still and video modes.

    While I’ve never tried it myself, it is possible to use the controller to pilot the drone without a phone attached. Obviously you won’t get a camera display, and your flight is limited to something like 60 feet from you in any direction, but it can be done.

    === Conclusion ===

    As someone who has been into photography for over 25 years now, I’ve always wanted a drone with a camera. But I never thought I’d be able to get one at this quality for this price. I’m completely blown away. If I continue to use and enjoy it for a while, I do plan to upgrade to something a little more feature-rich, like the Mavic Air 2 (or whatever version is out at the time). But this is the perfect drone to start with, to decide if I will ever need to move up and spend the extra money.

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  4. Hector

    The entire combo package is great. Was a bit lengthy to get the vehicle activated through DJI but it all worked out. Installed the app on my cellular phone and connected with the vehicle through the phone and controller. Configured all the basic settings, calibration and reviewed many videos on YouTube before even attempting to operate the vehicle. This is key if you have never flown this type of vehicle before.

    Just tried it out for the first time as a new user. WOW. This thing is amazing. I tried it outside in 0C temperature and so far it functions okay with no glitches. Tried the basic start and take off, hover, up and down, yaw, sideways, gimbal control and landings. I moved it around but outside and brought it it back manually to home base. All to just get comfortable with the vehicle. I even made it hover above my landing zone until the battery in the vehicle got to low to continue operating and it landed itself at the exact spot that I aligned it with the camera facing downward to make sure that it landed safely. Not done and not fully comfortable with it yet so more practice is needed but so far FUN!!!

    UPDATE:
    So I was out ice fishing recently, on a lake. Beautiful clear sunny and very very cold day (-26 Celsius). Tried the DJI Mini 2 and wow! Astonishing that this little drone could fly at such a low temperature. The return to home function while over 2km, on the lake and over an exiting stream. Was able to observe and record in 4 K. The speed at which this thing travels is amazing. The RTH function maximizes battery efficiency to fly at a controlled but quick speed to return to home base before the battery became too extremely low.
    This was my first time really putting the capabilities of the drone to test and in such low subzero temperatures. Impressed.
    Even without any lense filters, the quality of the video footage, in sunlight, is impressive.

    Second update:
    So the DJIMini 2 stands up to its heavy wind capability. If the wind gets even greater, it will let you know on screen that it’s struggling and will notify you of what to do. The downward sensor works like charm. Very sensitive. The 4k images and video are amazing. The quality is outstanding. The smart technology that monitors and advises you on screen of the battery life and while using the RTC function, will return to home position using effective power consumption to make it back safely in a straight line.

    Further updates will be provided after further practice.

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  5. Thomas912

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     I am a professional video producer who does a lot of travel related videos. My most recent drone was a DJI Phantom 4 and LOVED it but even with the backpack I bought for it, was too large to hike with when I also had my camera equipment. I had read reviews on the DJI Mini 2 and decided to give it a try. All I can say is WOW! This flies just like a larger drone but better. I’m very, very happy with the quality of the footage and the fly time is amazing. I purchased the Fly More package and it’s nice to have the extra batteries and charging unit. I’ve always loved DJI but now my respect is even deeper. I have to add, that this drone flies really, rally well in wind and in cold conditions which surprised me for it’s size. For less than half the price of a Mavic 2 Pro, you get a lot of bang for your buck. Check out my FIRST video, I was really happy with how the footage turned out.

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  6. Jeff

    So i had to replace my android phone for 1 that would work with drone.. was not happy about that..
    It was easy to get the drone attached to phone and controller..
    This thing is small in your hands and tiny when in the air.
    It is basically a ltl flying camera.
    I do recommend getting the dji care when 1st syncing drone..49 bucks. I used it for 1 hour the 1st day then about 40 mins the second day. The second day a tree reached out over the fence and grabbed my drone sending it on a tree trimming mision. Ended up braking a rear arm after hitting multible tree limbs on the way down..dji care was contacted the next day.about 12 hours later i was told it would be repaired(after payment for 49.00 cleared) 24 hours after filing i received a email from ups to print out a lable..printed then dropped off…submitted repair request monday 10am dropped off at ups tuesday at 1030 am received replacement drone thursday at 11am… i wqs very impressed..you get 2 exchanges with dji care per year 1st is 49 second is 59.00..love the rapid response..
    the drone handles great. Pretty much hovers in place and takes great pics..it covers all the areas i was wanting a drone to do..i wanted it juat for my camping and hiking trips. Always love the birds veiw of life and this gives it to me. Still getting use to flying it and im sure it will take more time but it is a fun ltl drone to fly. Slow for pics or fast for fun its a general all around fun drone. Two of my friends that have tinkered with it are looking to purchase 1 for themselves and as of this writing 1 has already order the fly more package just like mine he should have it in his hands by saturday.. had a holy stone drone that was a expensive kids toy would not hover properly pics was awful..but this ltl dji is def worth the money as far as i am concerned.. looking forward to hopefully many flights

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  7. Hector

    This is a very good drone for beginners getting into aerial photography/videography. The drone is responsive, has great capture specs, is much improved from the previous iteration and come with subtle improvements which the new buyer will appreciate.
    On another note, prospective buyers need to stop complaining about the cost of the product. Get it from somewhere else if you can get a lower price. Stop whining, get it, if it suits your needs or satisfies your wants.

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