DJI Mavic Mini Drones and Accessories
Mavic Mini Drone, Combos, Batteries, Filters and More
What is the Mavic Mini?
What is the Mavic Mini Release Date?
The Mavic Mini was announced on 30th October 2019
How much does the Mavic Mini Cost?
The Mavic Mini Drone costs £369.00.
The Mavic Mini Fly More Combo costs £459.00
- 249g Ultralight and measures 160mm (length) x 202mm (width) x 55mm (height) unfolded
- 30-minute maximum flight time
- Top speed of 46.8kph / 29mph (s-mode)
- Up to 4km HD Video Transmission
- Vision Sensor + GPS Precise Hover
- 3-Axis Gimbal supporting 12MP aerial photos and 2.7K Quad HD videos
- Mavic Mini’s QuickShot modes include Dronie, Circle, Helix, and Rocket
- Camera Simplified Recording and Editing.
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DJI Fly App
New App for Mavic Mini
Even beginners with no editing experience whatsoever can turn any moment into a social media hit. It even has Flight Tutorial, a feature to help you get started with Mavic Mini quickly and safely.
Mavic Mini Frequently Asked Questions
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This means you'll get official DJI stock, access to our expert support team and free next day delivery.
Simply choose the Mavic Mini or the Mavic Mini Fly More Combo at the top of this page and checkout!
The DJI Mavic Mini doesn't have a "Follow Me" function - which DJI commonly call ActiveTrack.
However, DJI have the potential to add this functionality in at a later date.
There has been no official confirmation that the ActiveTrack feature will appear on the Mavic Mini as of yet - however - given the calls for it to be added from many DJI users - it may be something that arrives in the coming months.
No - the Mavic Mini doesn't have any kind of IP rating, isn't waterproof and shouldn't be flow in rain, snow, high winds or any other kind of precipitation.
You should always fly your drone within the operational limits of that particular drone, and within the local laws and regulations.
No - the Mavic Mini doesn't support DJI Goggles or DJI Goggles Racing Edition.
Support for the Goggles may be added at a later date via app or firmware update, but there has been no official confirmation from DJI that the Mini will ever support any of DJI's FPV Goggles.
If you would like to use the Goggles, we'd suggest looking at a Mavic 2 instead.
Heliguy certainly think so!
You're getting a lightweight drone with a great flight time at an incredible price point.
When you consider that just a couple of years ago this technology would've cost over £2k and would've had a 10 minute flight time - the Mavic Mini represents incredible value for money.
The Mavic Mini does not have the ability to shoot in RAW.
The photos you take will be stored in JPEG format only.
No - the Mavic Mini isn't designed as a "trick" drone.
If you're hoping to have some fun with some aerial acrobatics, we'd recommend exploring the DJI Tello range instead.
The Mavic Mini supports microSD cards only.
Officially - the minimum specifications for the microSD card are:
UHS-I Speed Class 3 or above