DJI adds another option to the drone market
DJI adds another option to the drone market

DJI has announced the launch of a new entry-level drone called the Mini SE. This new drone is equipped with a 1/2.3 CMOS sensor camera capable of capturing 2.7K videos and 12MP photos. The flight takes 30 minutes and can transmit HD video of up to 4 kilometers.

The new plane weighs 249 grams, which is the same as the Mini 2. In many ways, this is just a slightly accurate version of the Mini 2. But it can't record Ultra HD and doesn't have an Ocusync controller.

The main functions include:

Three-axis camera.
The video resolution is 2.7K and the picture resolution is 12MP.
The vision sensor + GPS is stable.
Up to 30 minutes of flight time.
Contains a controller compatible with mobile phones.
High definition video transmission up to 2.5 miles.
Foldable and lightweight design.
Supports microSD cards up to 256 GB.
QuickShot and CineSmooth video modes.
Equipped with a 360 degree protection cover.

The Mini SE appears to be nearly identical to the original Mavic Mini. They all use the same camera, video transmission system, and the same flight time.

The biggest difference between the Mini SE and the Mavic Mini is that the Mini SE uses the same case as the Mini 2, which means it's a bit lighter and performs better in strong winds.

DJI Mini SE adds another option to the drone market

Standard aircraft weight (including battery, fan, and microSD card) is 242 grams, registration not required in some countries and regions. However, you should always check your local rules and regulations before using it.

Mini SE does not support obstacle detection. So the company recommends beginners use the Mini SE with 360 Propeller Guard to fully protect the propeller and improve flight safety.

Mini SE can record at the following resolutions and frame rates:

2.7K: 2720 x 1530 pixels, 24, 25 or 30 frames per second.
FHD: 1920 x 1080 pixels, 24, 25, 30, 48, 50 or 60 fps.
Max: bit rate 40 Mbit/s.

The aircraft uses a newer chassis than the Mini 2, with fewer visible screws, stronger booms, and greater resistance to wind speed. It uses batteries, fans, a lighter, more powerful and a charging hub with a USB-C charging port instead of micro-USB.

In addition, like most DJI drones, the Mini SE is equipped with several QuickShots modes. It directs layers through predefined paths so you don't have to control them manually. These modes include: Drones, Missiles, and Spirals.

Additionally, this new plane retails for $299, which is $150 less than the Mini 2.

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