DJI MiniSE Drone Review

When legislators around the world began to set a limit of 250g (8.8oz), beyond that the drone required some form of registration and toys were the only real competitor. DJI quickly showed that it was possible to go beyond the limits of the Mavic Mini and achieve a stable camera with remote video, which is the core of creative tools.

Since then, “ultra-lightweight” spaces have become extremely competitive, with both Autel and DJI offering full-fledged professional features with EVO Nano +. (Opens in a new tab) And Mini 3 Pro (Opens in a new tab) In each case, DJI incorporates the iPhone SE philosophy as well as tags to maintain minimal service in the form of Mini SE.

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