DJI Mini 2: Review


The release of the successor to the Mavic Mini came as a surprise to many, as only a year had passed since the release of the newly minted model, and the potential of the drone weighing up to 250 grams for the most part matched the potential of full-sized quadcopters, which allowed the novelty immediately after the release to become the best in its niche. For such an early upgrade, we should be indebted to DJI CEO Frank Wang. According to an insider, Frank was extremely haunted by the quality of the video provided by the drone, so he had to hastily improve it.

DJI Mini 2 is the second, heavily modified version of its predecessor, which received just a “nuclear” potential for a GPS drone weighing less than 250 grams, from which novice users will undoubtedly be delighted, and photo / video shooting professionals will receive a powerful lightweight tool for realizing the best angles from air without problems with UAV registration. In general, as it always happens after the next DJI announcement, the competitors are tense again. By tradition, let’s start with the key features of the unexpected news.

DJI Mini 2: Review


  • Drone flight weight 249 gr
  • Portable foldable design
  • Positioning: GPS / GLONASS / GALILEO + three-sensor system
  • Max. flight time 31 min
  • OcuSync 2.0 video transmission system
  • Max. FPV removal distance 10 km
  • Poppy. horizontal flight speed 57.6 km/h
  • Level 5 wind resistance
  • 12MP 4K camera built on 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor in tandem with 24mm lens, f/2.8 aperture, and 83° field of view
  • 3-axis motorized gimbal
  • 4× digital zoom for photo/video
  • Max. bitrate 100 Mbps
  • 3 × flight modes (Cine/Normal/Sport)
  • Auto functions: Auto takeoff/landing; Holding a position; Auto return home
  • 5 × automatic flight modes and QuickShots
  • 3 × automatic panorama modes
  • DJI Fly Mobile App
  • Direct upload and instant photo/video editing functions
  • RC231 Control Gear (Same as Mavic Air 2)
  • DJI Smart Controller support
  • Social platform Discover Popular Spots
  • DIY Creative Kit
  • Additional accessories
  • Regarding the renaming of the second version of the drone, the developer has not yet given an official explanation. Recall that for unknown reasons, DJI excluded the word “Mavic” from the name of the drone, as a result, the full name of the new drone became DJI Mini 2.
  • By the way, we note that this is not the only product from DJI, the name of which has been changed recently. The renaming list included the recently announced second version of the DJI Osmo Pocket handheld gimbal (the name of the second version is DJI Pocket 2), as well as the second series of professional Ronin steadicams: DJI Ronin S (the name of the second version is DJI RS 2) and DJI Ronin- SC (the name of the second version is DJI RSC 2).


The developer offers the drone in two trim levels – the standard “DJI Mini 2” and the extended “Fly More Combo”:

DJI Mini 2

  1. Drone
  2. Remote control with removable sticks
  3. 2 × app. stick
  4. Transport hanger lock
  5. 1 × battery
  6. 2 × app. propeller
  7. Charging USB-C ⇔ USB-A cable
  8. 3 × RC cables: USB Type-C/Lightning/Micro-USB
  9. 6 × spare propeller blade screws
  10. Screwdriver for changing blades
  11. User manual + accompanying illustration

DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo

DJI Mini 2: Review

  1. Drone
  2. Remote control with removable sticks
  3. 2 × app. stick
  4. Transport hanger lock
  5. 3 × battery
  6. 6 × app. propellers
  7. Charging USB-C ⇔ USB-A cable
  8. 3 × RC cables: USB Type-C/Lightning/Micro-USB
  9. 18W USB memory
  10. Two Way Charging Hub
  11. 18 × spare propeller blade screws
  12. Screwdriver for replacing propeller blades
  13. propeller lock
  14. Transport bag
  15. User manual + accompanying illustration

Add. Accessories

  • 360° Propeller Guard – Propeller protection for the safest possible flight. Relevant for flights indoors and in places with obstacles.
  • Snap Adapter – for attaching a wide range of compatible accessories to the drone, such as LED displays or building blocks.
  • The DIY Creative Kit is a kit for external customization of the drone through on-board stickers that the user can color in with complete markers.
  • Two-Way Charging Hub is a charging hub that provides sequential charging of up to three batteries. It can also be used for storing and transporting batteries, or as a “Power bank” for charging various devices.
  • The Charging Base is a kind of original display case that allows you to charge and store the Mini 2, providing a stylish display of the drone.
  • The DJI Mini Bag+ is an everyday carry bag that holds the Mini 2 and additional accessories. Available in various colors.
  • The Propeller Holder is a lightweight prop holder that protects your flying camera props from damage during transport. It can also be used to attach the Mini 2 to a bag or belt.



Takeoff weight:

< 249 g

Dimensions (L×W×H):

138 × 81 × 58 mmUnfolded:
159 × 203 × 56 mmUnfolded (with propellers):
245 x 289 x 56mm

Diagonal size:

213 mm

Max. climb rate:

18 km/h (S mode)
10.8 km/h (N mode)
7.2 km/h (C mode)

Max. sink rate:

12.6 km/h (S mode)
10.8 km/h (N mode)
5.4 km/h (C mode)

Max. horizontal speed flight
(above sea level in calm):

57.6 km/h (S mode)
36 km/h (N mode)
21.6 km/h (C mode)

Max. flight altitude:

500 m

Max. permissible ceiling above sea level:

4000 m

Max. flight time:

31 min (measured while flying at a speed of 16.92 km / h in calm)

Wind resistance:

8.5-10.5 m/s (5 points on the Beaufort scale)

Max. tilt angle:

40° (S mode)
25° (N mode)
25° (C mode)
*Up to 40° in strong wind

Max. angular velocity:

130°/s (S mode)
60°/s (N mode)*
30°/s (C mode)*
*Can be adjusted to 250°/s in mob. DJI Fly app

Operating temperature range:

0°C to +40°C

Operating frequency range:

2.400 – 2.4835 GHz, 5.725 – 5.850 GHz

Transmitter power (EIRP):

2.400 – 2.4835 GHz:
FCC ≤ 398 mW
CE ≤ 100 mW
SRRC ≤ 100 mW5.725 – 5.850 GHz:
FCC ≤ 398 mW
CE ≤ 25 mW
SRRC ≤ 398 mW

Satellite positioning:


Hover Accuracy Range:

Vertical: ±0.1m (touch positioning), ±1.5m (GPS positioning)
Horizontal: ±0.3m (touch positioning), ±1.5m (GPS positioning)


Mechanical range of rotation angles:

Tilt: -110° to 35°
Roll: -35° to 35°
Pan: -20° to 20°

Operating range of rotation angles:

-90° to 0°(default) -90° to +20°(extended mode)


3-axis mechanical (tilt/roll/rotate)

Max. controllable speed (Tilt):


Angular vibration range:




1/2.3-inch CMOS
Number of effective pixels: 12 million


Field of View (FOV): 83°
35mm (24mm format equivalent)
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus: 1m to ∞

ISO range:

100-3200 (auto)
100-3200 (manual)Photo:
100-3200 (Auto)
100-3200 (Manual)

Electronic Shutter Speed:


Max. picture size:

4:3: 4000 × 3000
16:9: 4000 × 2250

Photo modes:

Frame-by-frameInterval: JPG: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/ 60s

Interval: JPEG+RAW: 5/7/10/15/20/30/ 60s

Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3 bracketed frames at 2/3 EV Bias

Panoramic: Sphere, 180°, Wide

Video resolution:

4K: 3840×2160@24/ 25/
30fps 2.7K: 2720×1530@24/25/30/48/50/60fps
FHD: 1920×1080@24 /25/30/48/50 /60 fps

Max. video bitrate:

100 Mbps

Digital zoom for video:

4K: 2x zoom
2.7K: 3x zoom
FHD: 4x zoom

Digital zoom for photos:


Quick Shot Modes:

Dronie, Helix, Rocket, Circle, Boomerang

Supported file systems:

FAT32 (≤ 32 GB)
exFAT (> 32 GB)

Photo formats:


Video formats:

MP4 (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC)

Sensor system


Operating range: 0.5–30 m

Working conditions:

Flying over a non-reflective, recognizable surface
Diffuse reflection (>20%)
Sufficient illumination (>15 lux)

Remote Control



Operating range frequencies:

2.400 – 2.4835 GHz, 5.725 – 5.850 GHz

Max. signal transmission range
(in open space, without interference):

10 km (FCC)
6 km (CE)
6 km (SRRC)
6 km (MIC)

Max. signal transmission range in FCC mode depending on interference:

Strong interference (urban environment, limited visibility area, large number of conflicting signals): Approx. 3 kmMedium interference (suburban, line-of-sight, moderate number of conflicting signals): Approx. 6 km

Low interference (open area, good visibility, few conflicting signals): Approx. 10 km

Operating temperature range:

-10°C to +40°C

Transmitter power (EIRP):

2.400 – 2.4835 GHz:
FCC ≤ 398 mW
CE ≤ 100 mW
SRRC ≤ 100 mW
MIC ≤ 100 mW5.725 – 5.850 GHz:
FCC ≤ 398 mW
CE ≤ 25 mW
SRRC ≤ 398 mW

Battery capacity:

5200 mAh

Slave. current/voltage:

1200mA 3.7V (Android)
700mA 3.7V (iOS)

Compatible mobile size devices:

180 × 86 × 10 mm (Height × Width × Thickness)

Types of supported USB connectors:

Lightning, Micro USB (Type-B), USB-C

Video stream transmission system:

OcuSync 2.0

Video stream quality:


Max. bitrate:


Signal delay (depends on site conditions and mobile device):

about 200 ms

Intelligent flight battery


2250 mAh



Max. charging current:


Battery Type:

LiPo 2S


17.32 Wh

The weight:

86.2 g

Temperature range for charging:

+5°C to +40°C

Max. charging power:

29 W


Input voltage:

100–240V, 50/60Hz, 0.5A

Output voltage:

12V 1.5A/9V 2A/5V 3A

Rated power:


Mob. Appendix



System requirements:

iOS 10.0 and above or Android 6.0 and above

Supported SD cards

Type and recommended specifications:

MicroSD, UHS-1, Speed ​​Class 3 or higher.

Supported microSDs:

16GB: SanDisk Extreme32GB: Samsung Pro Endurance, Samsung Evo Plus, SanDisk Industrial, SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2, SanDisk Extreme Pro V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme Pro V30 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x

64GB: Samsung Pro Endurance, Samsung Evo Plus, SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x, Lexar 1000x, Lexar High Endurance, Toshiba EXCERIA M303 V30 A1, Netac Pro V30 A1

128GB: Samsung Pro Plus, Samsung Evo Plus, SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2, SanDisk Extreme Plus V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme Plus V30 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x, Lexar 1000x, Lexar High Endurance, Toshiba EXCERIA M303 V30 A1 , Netac Pro V30 A1

256GB: SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2

Notes and recommendations

Notes and recommendations:

1. Standard aircraft weight (including battery, propellers and microSD card) is 242 grams. Actual product weight may vary. In some countries and regions, drone registration is not required. Check local regulations and laws before use. These characteristics were determined during tests carried out with the latest firmware version. Updating the firmware may increase performance, so it is highly recommended to update the firmware to the latest version.2. Due to local policies and regulatory restrictions, the use of the 5.8 GHz frequency band may be restricted or prohibited in some countries, including Japan, Russia, Israel, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. When flying in these areas, use the 2.4 GHz frequency band. Always check local regulations and laws before use as they may change over time.

3. The specification of the maximum flight range is determined by a strong and stable radio connection, and not by the capacity of the drone’s battery. This only applies to the maximum one-way flight range. Specifications were achieved in an open environment without interference. Monitor the recommended return time messages in the DJI Fly app during your flight. Check the current radio clearance standards in different countries and regions:
FCC: USA, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Chile, Colombia, Puerto Rico and other regions;
SRRC: mainland China;
CE: UK, Russia, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Macau, New Zealand, UAE and other regions; MIC: Japan.

4. All data for each standard was tested in open areas without interference.



Lightweight solution with no registration required

How lightweight is the DJI Mini 2? It weighs less than 249 grams, which is comparable to the weight of a medium-sized apple, and it also fits in the palm of your hand. The portable Mini 2 is the perfect travel companion that will revolutionize the way you capture life’s best moments.

Small but powerful

With intuitive and advanced features packed into a portable frame, DJI Mini 2 gives you complete freedom of action anywhere. Whether you’re shooting on a deserted beach or capturing the details of a fun-filled family vacation, the Mini 2 can handle it all.

Note! The takeoff weight of the drone is indicated taking into account the battery, propellers and microSD memory card. Always check local laws and regulations before starting. Use caution when flying in crowded areas. Remember – safety is paramount!

Increased performance

Without exaggeration, there is great potential in its small size. With a maximum battery life of 31 minutes, the DJI Mini 2 gives you more than enough time to capture the perfect shot.

Flight angles increased in all modes, increased max. speed up to 57.6 km/h (predecessor: 46.8 km/h). Mini 2 can withstand wind speeds of 8-10 m/s (predecessor wind resistance: no more than 8 m/s) and take off at a maximum altitude of 4000 meters (predecessor: 3000 m). Which means, no matter how dynamic the flight is, your footage will always be stable, whether the drone is flying along a windy coastline or high above an alpine forest.

It is noted that the maximum flight time was achieved in calm weather at a constant flight speed of 17 km/h.

OcuSync 2.0

This is the coolest upgrade in this version. The Mini 2 features OcuSync 2.0, the top video streaming technology of today, which provides excellent anti-jamming performance and allows you to stream high-definition video streams up to 10 km away, giving you the ability to fly farther and see clearer.

It is noted that all the final data was obtained in an unobstructed area, without interference and in accordance with the requirements of the FCC standard. The maximum flight range specification is an indicator of a reliable and stable radio link. Always follow local rules and regulations and fly the aircraft within line of sight unless otherwise permitted.

Note! The declared potential is determined by a powerful and stable radio connection, and not by the capacity of the drone’s battery. Max. a range of 10 km is the maximum flight range in one direction, without taking into account the return to the take-off point! The range in range was achieved in an open environment without interference.

4K camera

By the will of fate, the second coolest upgrade affected the quality of the drone shooting. Mini 2 got the ability to shoot in 4K mode (predecessor camera: 2.7K). Now a 12-megapixel camera mounted in a 3-axis mechanical gimbal provides 4K video recording at 30 frames per second. The tandem delivers stunning image quality that remains consistently smooth, no matter how fast you fly.


A nice bonus for this model. It is important to note that the zoom factor for each video mode is different. For example, 2x zoom is available for 4K mode, 3x zoom for 2.7K mode, the declared 4x zoom is available only for FHD mode.

And with the advent of the new firmware v01.02.0000, the possibility of zooming appeared for the photo mode. More details can be found here.


The hallmark of DJI foldable drones is automatic flight modes and QuickShots shooting. Each of the five available modes allows the user to record a short professional-level video in a few taps, which later can also be easily shared on social networks. networks. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced user, the DJI Fly app will help you achieve impressive results, complete with soundtracks and filters.






panoramic shooting

It’s easy to show how epic your Mini 2 view is with the panoramic photo modes available. There are three automatic modes to choose from: wide (Wide), 180 ° – degree (180 °) and spherical (Sphere). Select a mode and the Mini 2 will do the rest automatically, creating a panoramic masterpiece almost instantly.

Intelligent Photo Optimization

The DJI Fly app offers smart built-in photo optimization. The app automatically improves the quality of images after they’re uploaded, bringing out vibrant colors and details in every shot you take. This feature will allow the user to share their best content with the community faster.

Automated control

All the basic actions of the Mini 2 drone are automated, thanks to which the beginner can easily master the first basics of piloting, and for the advanced user, these functions provide a more rational and safer work. When the sky is your playground, the possibilities are endless.

Auto functions

  • Intelligent return to point of take-off (RTH or Return To Home; Automatically activated in case of loss of communication and insufficient power, or manually from the control panel)
  • Takeoff and landing (drone takes off and lands in auto mode)
  • Hold position (if you release the control sticks, the aircraft will hover and hold the position regardless of the influence of external factors such as wind)

Note! To ensure the most accurate sensor positioning, the takeoff surface must be non-reflective and visible. Under optimal illumination, accurate touch positioning can be achieved within a height range of 0.5 to 30 m. The vertical and horizontal touch positioning accuracy is ± 0.1 m.


The Mini 2 can be controlled using a standard DJI RC231 remote control (like the Mavic Air 2; included by default) that works in tandem with a smartphone (iOS 10.0 and up or Android 6.0 and up).

DJI Smart Controller support

Also, with the advent of the new firmware (v.01.03.0000 ), control of the Mini 2 became possible through the best universal control equipment DJI Smart Controller today, the manufacturability and functionality of which have already been appreciated by all advanced users.


The second version of Mavic Mini is powered by a lighter (Mini 2/Mini 1 battery weight: 86.2/100 grams), but at the same time a slightly more productive intelligent rechargeable 2S LiPo battery, with a capacity of 2250 mAh (predecessor battery capacity: 2400 mAh) with voltage 7.7V (predecessor battery voltage: 7.2V) and 17.32Wh (predecessor battery capacity: 17.28Wh).

Provides max. flight time 31 minutes (max. predecessor time: 30 minutes). In practice, the average flight duration of the Mini 2 was about 25-27 minutes (max. practical flight time of the predecessor: 25-27 minutes), which is generally the norm for multi-mode operation of a GPS drone.

The interchangeability of batteries between models is partially excluded by the developer. It means that due to the design features of the batteries, the battery from the Mini 2 is not suitable for powering the Mavic Mini predecessor, but at the same time, the predecessor’s battery gets up and works without problems with the modified version of the Mini 2. True, as practice has shown, such a tandem does not affects the flight time, except for the overestimated flight weight of the drone, which in this case will be already – 257 grams (excluding the MicroSD card), which in some countries (including the Russian Federation) obliges the owner to register the UAV (more details here ).

Declared in the specification max. a flight time of 31 minutes was achieved while flying in calm air at a steady speed of 16.92 km/h.

Direct download and instant editing

For the fastest possible interaction with the captured content, the developer has implemented three completely new key features in the new Mini 2:


When the Mini 2 is near your smartphone, the DJI Fly mobile app automatically recognizes and connects to the aircraft, and syncs selected photos and videos at 20MB/s.

Trimmed Download

With this new feature, you can easily cut a video clip for editing and uploading. Hunting for your favorite shot or worrying about running out of storage is a thing of the past.

Imaginative Templates

The intuitive DJI Fly app editor includes a diverse set of creative templates. Flying, shooting, editing and sharing can be done almost instantly, allowing you to create and share them on the go.

Claimed max. speed – 20 MB / s is provided when the drone operates exclusively in the 5.8 GHz frequency band. When using the QuickTransfer function in the 2.4 GHz frequency band, the maximum download speed will already be 6 MB / s.

Fly Spots

The DJI Fly app provides users with integrated access to SkyPixel, a social platform for users to share their aerial photos and videos. Browse works, share your own, and even find popular aerial photography spots in your area.

Note! The Fly Spots feature is currently only available for China. All flight locations displayed by the Fly Spots feature are based on voluntarily submitted location tags from SkyPixel users. DJI never collects or shares user data without the user’s consent. Always check and follow local regulations wherever you fly.


The Mini 2 drone is now available for purchase at all official DJI stores. Depending on the selected configuration, the developer set the following prices:

  1. DJI Mini 2 – $449
  2. DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo — $599

Add. Accessories


DJI Mini 2 from $ 449

DJI Mini 2



Flight time


flight qualities








Price quality



  • Flight weight 249 g
  • Quality of performance and work
  • More durable than its predecessor
  • Foldable design
  • More powerful and at the same time less noisy power plant
  • Exemplary wind resistance
  • 4K zoom/JPG/RAW/AEB/Panorama camera
  • New More Comfortable Remote/OcuSync Technology/Max. flight distance 10 km/Support DJI Smart Controller
  • Max. flight time 31 min
  • Direct upload and instant photo/video editing functions


  • Doesn’t fly around obstacles
  • The charging hub cannot charge the batteries and the remote control at the same time
  • Propeller guards are not included in the combo
  • No Tripod Mode

An unexpected and powerful upgrade to the most portable and lightweight GPS drone in the hobby. With so much potential in such a small size, the second generation Mavic Mini will now appeal to advanced photographers as a simple and affordable high-tech tool for realizing new angles. For everyone else who is new to this exciting hobby, the Mini 2 is the best flying camera in the “up to 250g” niche today, fully adapted to 4K selfie shooting and community interaction. As never before, it will prove itself from the best side on vacation and travel. Age limit 16+.



Q. What is the weight of the DJI Mini 2?

A. The standard weight of the aircraft (including battery, propellers and microSD card) is 242 grams. Actual product weight may vary. In some countries and regions, registration of the Mini 2 is not required. Check local laws and regulations before use.

Q. What are the main improvements of the DJI Mini 2 over the Mavic Mini?

A. Motors, video streaming technology, camera performance, smart functions and overall usability have been greatly improved. Particularly impressive is the video streaming system, which has been upgraded from enhanced Wi-Fi to OcuSync 2.0. The streamlined workflow also makes DJI Mini 2 more intuitive.

Q. How does the DJI Mini 2 look different from the Mavic Mini?

A. The design has not changed dramatically. Key Differences: The DJI Mini 2 features orange propeller tips, an additional status LED on the front of the drone, “4K” lettering on the camera lens, a clickable drone status indicator on the back of the drone, and a smoother transition between the rear beam and the drone’s frame.

Q. What is the purpose of the front LED backlight?

A. Provides frontal information to the user about the current status of the Mini 2. If desired, the color of the indicator can be changed in the aircraft settings through the DJI Fly app.

Q. What color options are available for the DJI Mini 2?

A. Light gray is currently the only color option for the DJI Mini 2. However, a DIY Creative Kit is available that can be used to personalize the DJI Mini 2. The DIY Creative Kit can be purchased separately.

Q. What is the maximum flight time of the DJI Mini 2?

A. 31 minutes.

Q. What is the maximum flight altitude of the DJI Mini 2?

A. For safety reasons, the Mini 2’s maximum flight altitude is electronically limited to 500m. Maximum altitude may vary by country or region, depending on local regulations. Always follow local laws and regulations.

Q. What is the DJI Mini 2’s maximum service ceiling?

O. 4000m.

Q. What is the maximum level of wind resistance for the DJI Mini 2?

A. The DJI Mini 2 can hold its position stably in wind speeds up to 8.5-10.5 m/s.

Q. How do I turn on the DJI Mini 2 after unboxing?

A. To ensure safety during shipping, DJI Mini 2 batteries are put into sleep mode before shipping. Just connect the drone to the charger to activate the battery and start using. After activating the battery, press the power button once and then press and hold to turn on the aircraft.

Q. How to activate DJI Mini 2?

A. Connect your mobile device to the remote controller and then connect to the DJI Mini 2 via the DJI Fly app. Follow the app’s instructions to activate your DJI Mini 2.

Q. What application does the DJI Mini 2 work with? Where to download it? What mobile devices is the app compatible with?

A. DJI Mini 2 only works with the DJI Fly app. You can download the DJI Fly mobile app from the official DJI website. Check website for compatibility.

Q. Where can I find recommendations for using the DJI Mini 2?

A. The DJI Mini 2 comes with a user manual and detailed instructions, which you can find in the Flight Academy section of the DJI Fly app.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 have internal memory? Can I insert a microSD card? If so, which microSD cards are recommended?

Oh no. A microSD card is required to store images and videos.

In the list of recommended (Capacity: Manufacturer / Model):

16 GB: SanDisk Extreme

32 GB: Samsung Pro Endurance, Samsung Evo Plus, SanDisk Industrial, SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2, SanDisk Extreme Pro V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme Pro V30 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x

64 GB: Samsung Pro Endurance, Samsung Evo Plus, SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x, Lexar 1000x, Lexar High Endurance, Toshiba EXCERIA M303 V30 A1, Netac Pro V30 A1

128 GB: Samsung Pro Plus, Samsung Evo Plus, SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2, SanDisk Extreme Plus V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme Plus V30 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x, Lexar 1000x, Lexar High Endurance, Toshiba EXCERIA M303 V30 A1, Netac Pro V30 A1

256 GB: SanDisk Extreme V30 A1, SanDisk Extreme V30 A2

Q. Can I take photos or videos without a microSD card?

Oh yeah. However, in this case, the photos or videos you take will be at a lower resolution (720p). Therefore, before shooting, it is recommended to install a memory card in the drone.

Q. Is DJI Mini 2 waterproof?

Oh no.

Q. Can the DJI Mini 2 detect and fly around obstacles?

Oh no.

Q. Can DJI Mini 2 track objects in auto mode?

Oh no.

Q. Does DJI Mini 2 support Auto Return to Home (RTH)?

Oh yeah. Before flying, be sure to estimate the height of the obstacles that the drone may encounter while performing the auto return function. And if it is higher than the one set in the settings, be sure to adjust it to take into account environmental conditions in order to avoid a crash later when the drone performs an auto return to the takeoff site.

Q. What is the difference between international and Japanese version of DJI Mini 2?

A. The international version of the DJI Mini 2 differs from the Japanese version in terms of weight, battery life, and propellers.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 come in versions that work in one particular frequency band?

Oh no. DJI Mini 2 supports both 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequency bands. Where both bands are supported, DJI Mini 2 switches to the optimal frequency band and channel based on signal quality.

Q. Do propellers need to be removed for storage and transport?

Oh no. At the same time, the developer strongly recommends not to bend / deform the propellers, as this may affect the flight characteristics. When the drone is not in use, use a special propeller holder (it is included in the Fly More Combo; it can also be purchased separately for a price of $13).

Q. How often do DJI Mini 2 propellers need to be replaced? And how to do it?

A. Propellers should be inspected before each flight for cracks, wear, deformation, breakage and loosening of bolted connections (meaning the constant self-loosening of the mounting bolts). If any of these facts are present, the propellers should be replaced. Follow the instructions in the owner’s manual to properly replace the propellers. For installation, use the supplied screwdriver. Remove two blades by first unscrewing the fastening bolts on one beam, then replace the propellers with new ones from the same package using new bolt fasteners. When installing propellers, pay attention to the fact that propellers with marks must be installed on motors that are located on beams with similar marks, and propellers without marks must be installed on motors that are located on beams without marks.

*Drones from top to bottom: DJI Mini 2, DJI Mavic Mini.


Q. What are the main parameters of the DJI Mini 2 camera?

A. The DJI Mini 2 features a 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor with a resolution of up to 12 million effective pixels.

Q. What is the maximum photo and video resolution supported by DJI Mini 2?

A. Photo Resolution (4:3/16:9): 4000×3000/4000×2250; Video: 4K at 24/25/30 fps; 2.7K at 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps; FHD at 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps.

Q. Can the DJI Mini 2 camera zoom? If yes, how to use it?

A. DJI Mini 2 supports digital zoom in photo and video modes. The allowable magnification when shooting a video depends on the selected mode:

  • for 4K mode: 2x zoom available;
  • for 2.7K mode: 3x zoom;
  • for FHD: 4x zoom.

To use the zoom, in the DJI Fly app, tap the zoom icon, or touch the screen with your fingers and spread them apart, and you can scroll to zoom by holding down the “Fn” button on the remote control.

Q. What photo modes does the DJI Mini 2 support?

A. Single Frame, Interval, Panorama and AEB.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 support portrait mode?

Oh no.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 support panoramic shooting?

Oh yeah. It supports three panorama shooting modes:

  • Spherical (Sphere)
  • 180°
  • Wide-angle (Wide-Angle)

Q. Does DJI Mini 2 support RAW photos?

Oh yeah.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 support manual photo and video capture?

Oh yeah. You can adjust shutter speed, ISO and white balance in M ​​mode.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 support QuickShots?

Oh yeah. The Mini 2 has 5 Auto QuickShots available through the DJI Fly app:

Q. What is the image stabilization of the DJI Mini 2?

A. 3-axis (Tilt, Roll, Pan) high-precision motorized gimbal.

Q. Can I replace the DJI Mini 2 3-Axis Gimbal myself?

Oh no.

*Drones from left to right: DJI Mini 2, DJI Mavic Mini.

Video Stream and Remote Control

Q. What are the benefits of OcuSync 2.0 over Wi-Fi Enhanced?

A. Compared to enhanced Wi-Fi, OcuSync 2.0 technology supports dual-band operation at 2.4 and 5.8 GHz. It features higher noise immunity due to automatic switching between frequencies, providing video stream output at a distance of up to 10 km (in an obstacle-free zone, and FCC mode).

Q. How can I improve signal reception?

A. The antennas are located in the smartphone holder of the remote control. Make sure they are pointing towards the drone. Please refer to the user manual for more information. In addition, wireless devices operating in the 2.4/5.8 GHz bands may interfere with the signal. Avoid strong Wi-Fi signal sources and turn off Bluetooth on mobile devices and other Bluetooth devices whenever possible.

Q. What is the maximum video stream resolution for the DJI Mini 2?

A. 720p at 30 fps.

Q. Does the remote control support HDMI connection?

Oh no.

Q. What is the maximum width of mobile devices supported by the DJI Mini 2 Remote Controller?

O. 92 mm.

Q. Are DJI Mini 2 and Mavic Mini remote controllers interchangeable?

Oh no.

Q. Are DJI Mini 2 and Mavic Air 2 remote controllers interchangeable?

Oh yeah.

Q. Does the Mini 2 support pairing with the DJI Advanced Smart Controller?

Oh yeah.

Q. What is QuickTransfer? And how can I use this feature?

A. QuickTransfer is a brand new feature in DJI Mini 2. It allows users to quickly transfer photos and videos from the DJI Fly app to their mobile device. With QuickTransfer, users can access the drone’s album in the DJI Fly app on their mobile device without connecting to a remote controller, and upload photos and videos at 20MB/s.

Method 1: A). Turn on the drone. When the aircraft status indicator button automatically flashes amber, press and hold it for two seconds (make sure the aircraft is updated to the latest firmware version; if the firmware version is 1.0. , which then turns into a blinking glow. B). Turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on your mobile device, launch the DJI Fly app, and you will be prompted to connect to the aircraft. AT). Tap connect. Once connected successfully, you will have access to the drone album and be able to download files at a speed of 20MB/s. Please note that the first time you connect your mobile device to the drone, you need to press the status indicator button once to confirm the connection.

Method 2: When the aircraft is connected to a mobile device via the remote controller, turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on the mobile device. After entering Playback Mode on the DJI Fly app, tap the QuickTransfer icon in the top right corner of the screen, then you can upload photos and videos from the aircraft to your smartphone.

We recommend watching a visual video instruction from the developer.

Charging and Operating the Battery

Q. How can I charge the DJI Mini 2?

A. You can connect the drone to any charger with a Type-C cable, or use the Two-Way Charging Hub to charge three batteries in sequence.

Q. What are the requirements for the Mini 2 charger? Does it support fast charging?

A. The DJI Mini 2 has no special charger requirements. You can use a regular USB charger. DJI Mini 2 supports QC and USB PD fast charging protocols, and supports up to 29W power input.

Q. What are the features of the Two-Way Charging Hub?

A. Two-Way Charging Hub for DJI Mini 2 supports QC and USB PD fast charging protocols and can sequentially charge up to three batteries. You can also use it to store batteries or charge your mobile device or remote control via the USB-A port available on the hub.

Q. How do I properly use DJI Mini 2 batteries?

A. It is recommended that the battery be charged to approximately 72% before storage. For long-term storage, to improve battery performance, it is recommended to charge and discharge the battery once every three months. If the battery level is below 72% before storage, it is recommended to charge it to 72%. If the battery level is above 72%, the battery will automatically discharge to 72% after 5 days.

Q. Are DJI Mini 2 and Mavic Mini batteries interchangeable?

Oh no. The battery from DJI Mini 2 is not compatible with Mavic Mini drone. However, the international version of the DJI Mini 2 supports the Mavic Mini battery, although this will not affect the flight duration. But the total weight of the drone when operating with a battery from its predecessor will exceed 250 grams, which in some countries requires additional registration of the UAV. Check local regulations and laws before use.

Firmware update

Q. Does the DJI Mavic Mini 2 update require a remote controller? Can I update the drone software by connecting it to my smartphone?

A. The update requires a remote control. You can also download DJI Assistant 2 to your computer and connect the aircraft to your computer to update the software. DJI Assistant 2 download address:

Q. Can I use other apps when updating DJI Mini 2 in the DJI Fly app?

Oh no. If you do this, the update will fail. Then you will need to download the firmware and update it again.

Q. Can I disconnect from the Internet after downloading the firmware?

Oh yeah.

Q. What should I do if the aircraft and battery firmware versions are incompatible?

A. Connect your DJI Mini 2 to the DJI Fly app. After that, the application will automatically check the compatibility of the firmware, and, if necessary, offer to update to the latest one. Then follow the instructions in the app.

Q. What factors can cause an update to fail?

O. A). Low battery. Before installing the update, make sure the battery level of the aircraft is above 15% and the battery level of the remote controller is above 20%. B). Turn off the DJI Mini 2 or remote control during an update. In this case, please restart the DJI Mini 2 and remote controller and start the update again. AT). Internet was disabled during firmware download. G). If the update error persists, or the remote controller is not paired with the aircraft, or there are firmware inconsistencies between devices. In this case, use DJI Assistant 2 on your computer to update the aircraft and remote controller to the latest versions separately. During the update, the aircraft will restart several times and turn off automatically after the update is completed.

Q. Can the Mavic Mini use the DJI Mini 2 battery?

Oh no.

Q. Are the Mini 2 Charging Hub and Mavic Mini Charging Hub interchangeable?

Oh no. The Two-Way Charging Hub for Mavic Mini batteries cannot charge DJI Mini 2 batteries, while the DJI Mini 2 Hub can charge Mavic Mini batteries.

Q. Does the DJI Mini 2 remote control support Mavic Mini remote control accessories?

Oh yeah.


Video instructions from the developer.

Ways of pairing the remote control and the drone (pairing is carried out in case of loss of communication between the drone and the remote control, or in the case of replacing the control equipment with a new one).

How to update drone firmware.

Where to begin. The first flight.

How to use Quickshot modes.

How to use the DJI Fly Mobile App Editor.

How to use the “QuickTransfer” file transfer mode.

Installation of 360-degree propeller protection.

Video from Mini 2 users.

Unpacking, comparison, software update, setup, pros/cons.

Flight test for max. range (FCC mode).

Flight test for max. DJI Mini 2 drone range with Mavic Mini battery.

Drone wind resistance test at a wind speed of 12 m/s (with gusts up to 19 m/s).

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