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MAVIC MINI

Aircraft

Takeoff Weight [1]249 g
DimensionsFolded: 140×81×57 mm (L×W×H)
Unfolded: 159×202×55 mm (L×W×H)
Unfolded (with propellers): 245×289×55 mm (L×W×H)
Diagonal Distance213 mm
Max Ascent Speed4 m/s (S Mode)
2 m/s (P Mode)
1.5 m/s (C Mode)
Max Descent Speed3 m/s (S Mode)
1.8 m/s (P Mode)
1 m/s (C Mode)
Max Speed (near sea level, no wind)13 m/s (S Mode)
8 m/s (P Mode)
4 m/s (C Mode)
Maximum Takeoff Altitude3000 m
Max Flight Time30 minutes (measured while flying at 14 kph in windless conditions)
Max Wind Speed Resistance8 m/s (Scale 4)
Max Tilt Angle30° (S Mode)
20° (P Mode)
20° (C Mode)
Max Angular Velocity150°/s (S Mode)
130°/s (P Mode)
30°/s (C Mode)
Operating Temperature Range0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Operating Frequency[2]Model MT1SS5: 5.725-5.850 GHz
Model MT1SD25: 2.400-2.4835 GHz, 5.725-5.850 GHz
Transmission Power (EIRP)Model MT1SS5
5.8 GHz: <30 dBm (FCC); <28 dBm (SRRC)
Model MT1SD25
2.4 GHz: <19 dBm (MIC/CE)
5.8 GHz: <14 dBm (CE)
GNSSGPS+GLONASS
Hovering Accuracy RangeVertical: ±0.1 m (with Vision Positioning), ±0.5 m (with GPS Positioning)
Horizontal: ±0.3 m (with Vision Positioning), ±1.5 m (with GPS Positioning)

Sensing System

DownwardOperating Range: 0.5-10 m
Operating EnvironmentNon-reflective, discernable surfaces
Diffuse reflectivity (>20%)
Adequate lighting (lux>15)

Remote Controller & Video Transmission

Operating FrequencyModel MR1SS5: 5.725-5.850 GHz
Model MR1SD25: 2.400-2.4835 GHz, 5.725-5.850 GHz
Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference)Model MR1SS5
5.8 GHz: 4000 m (FCC); 2500 m (SRRC)
Model MR1SD25
2.4 GHz: 2000 m (MIC/CE)
5.8 GHz: 500 m (CE)
Operating Temperature Range0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Transmission Power (EIRP)Model MR1SS5
5.8 GHz: <30 dBm (FCC); <28 dBm (SRRC)
Model MR1SD25
2.4 GHz: <19 dBm (MIC/CE)
5.8 GHz: <14 dBm (CE)
Battery Capacity2600 mAh
Operating Current/Voltage1200 mA 3.6 V (Android)
450 mA 3.6 V (iOS)
Supported Mobile Device SizeMax length: 160 mm
Max thickness: 6.5-8.5 mm
Supported USB Port TypesLightning, Micro USB (Type-B), USB Type-C
Video Transmission SystemEnhanced Wi-Fi
Live View Quality720p/30fps
Max. Bitrate4 Mbps
Latency (depending on environmental conditions and mobile device)170-240 ms

Intelligent Flight Battery

Capacity2400 mAh
Voltage7.2 V
Max Charging Voltage8.4 V
Battery TypeLi-ion 2S
Energy17.28 Wh
Net Weight100 g
Charging Temperature Range5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
Max Charging Power24 W

APP

NameDJI Fly
Required Operating SystemiOS v10.0 or later Android v6.0 or later

Footnotes

Footnotes1. Aircraft takeoff weight (includes battery, propellers, and a microSD card). Registration not required in some countries and regions. Check local rules and regulations before use.These specs have been determined through tests conducted with the latest firmware. Firmware updates can enhance performance, so updating to the latest firmware is highly recommended.
2. Due to local policy and regulation restrictions, the 5.8 GHz frequency band is currently banned in certain countries, including but not limited to Japan, Russia, Israel, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. Please use the 2.4 GHz frequency band when operating in these locations. Always check local rules and regulations before use, as they may change over time.

Gimbal

Mechanical RangeTilt: -110° to 35°
Roll: -35° to 35°
Pan: -20° to 20°
Controllable RangeTilt: -90° to 0° (default setting) -90° to +20° (extended)
Stabilization3-axis (tilt, roll, pan)
Max Control Speed (tilt)120°/s
Angular Vibration Range±0.01°

Camera

Sensor1/2.3” CMOS
Effective Pixels: 12 MP
LensFOV: 83°
35 mm Format Equivalent: 24 mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Shooting Range: 1 m to ∞
ISO RangeVideo:
100-3200 (Auto)
100-3200 (Manual)
Photo:
100-1600 (Auto)
100-3200 (Manual)
Shutter SpeedElectronic Shutter: 4-1/8000s
Still Image Size4:3: 4000×3000
16:9: 4000×2250
Still Photography ModesSingle shot
Interval: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 s
Video Resolution2.7K:2720×1530 24/25/30 p
FHD:1920×1080 24/25/30/48/50/60 p
Max Video Bitrate40 Mbps
Supported File SystemFAT32(≤32 GB)
exFAT(>32 GB)
Photo FormatJPEG
Video FormatMP4 (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC)

Charger

Input100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 0.5A
Output12V 1.5 A / 9V 2A / 5V 3A
Rated Power18 W

Intelligent Flight Battery (1100 mAh)

Capacity1100 mAh
Voltage7.6 V
Max Charging Voltage8.7 V
Battery TypeLiPo 2S
Energy8.36 Wh
Net Weight50 g
Charging Temperature Range5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
Max Charging Power18 W

Supported SD Cards

Supported SD CardsUHS-I Speed Class 3 or above is required. A list of reccomended microSD cards can be found below.
Recommended microSD Cards16 GB: SanDisk Extreme, Lexar 633x
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 A2, Lexar 633x, Lexar 667x, Lexar 1000x, Lexar High Endurance, Toshiba EXCERIA M303 V30 A1, Netac Pro V30 A1
128 GB: Samsung Evo Plus, 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 A2

Intro

DJI - Introducing Mavic Mini

DJI - Introducing Mavic Mini

2019-10-30

DJI Mavic Mini - Wherever You Are

DJI Mavic Mini - Wherever You Are

2019-10-30

Tutorials

Mavic Mini Tutorials - Attaching the 360° Propeller Guard

Mavic Mini Tutorials - Attaching the 360° Propeller Guard

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini Tutorials - Firmware Updates

Mavic Mini Tutorials - Firmware Updates

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Fly Mavic Mini

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Fly Mavic Mini

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Rocket" QuickShot

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Rocket" QuickShot

2019-10-31

 Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Circle" QuickShot

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Circle" QuickShot

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Dronie" QuickShot

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Dronie" QuickShot

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Helix" QuickShot

Mavic Mini Tutorials - How To Perform A "Helix" QuickShot

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini | How To Replace The Propellers

Mavic Mini | How To Replace The Propellers

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini | How To Use The Smart Return To Home Feature

Mavic Mini | How To Use The Smart Return To Home Feature

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini |  How To Use The CineSmooth Mode

Mavic Mini |  How To Use The CineSmooth Mode

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini | How To Edit And Share Videos With DJI Fly

Mavic Mini | How To Edit And Share Videos With DJI Fly

2019-10-31

Mavic Mini | How To Link The Remote Controller

Mavic Mini | How To Link The Remote Controller

2019-10-31

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Product
1.Why is Mavic Mini's weight of 249 grams important?

The weight of 249 grams places Mavic Mini in the lowest and safest weight class of drones, which in many countries may exempt it from certain regulations. For example, in the United States and Canada, you can fly Mavic Mini without the need to register your drone with the government.

2.What is the maximum speed of Mavic Mini?

When the aircraft is in S mode, the maximum flight speed is 13 m/s.

3.Why can't I turn on Mavic Mini immediately after unboxing?

To ensure transportation safety, Mavic Mini flight batteries are set to Sleep mode before shipping. Simply connect the aircraft with the battery charger to activate the battery and begin using.

4.How do I activate Mavic Mini?

Connect your mobile device with the remote controller, then connect with Mavic Mini via the DJI Fly app. Follow the app instructions to activate Mavic Mini.

5.Does Mavic Mini come with a remote controller?

Yes. Mavic Mini comes with a dedicated remote controller, and the control sticks can even be detached for convenient transportation and storage.

6.What color options are available for Mavic Mini?

Currently, light gray is the only color option for Mavic Mini. However, a DIY Creative Kit is available, which provides blank shell stickers and colorful markers that can be used to personalize and decorate Mavic Mini. The DIY Kit can be purchased separately at the DJI Online Store.

7.How do I unfold Mavic Mini's arms?

Always unfold the front arms first, followed by the rear arms.

8.Does Mavic Mini have internal storage?

No. A microSD card is required in order to store images and footage.

9.What microSD cards are recommended for use with Mavic Mini?

Recommended microSD cards:
16 GB: SanDisk Extreme, Lexar 633x
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

10.Can I take photos or video without a microSD card?

Yes. However, when a microSD card is not installed, the photos or videos you take will be of a lower resolution (720p). It is recommended to install a microSD card before shooting.

11.Is Mavic Mini waterproof?

No.

12.Does Mavic Mini support obstacle aviodance?

No. Use Mavic Mini with the 360° Propeller Guard to fully protect the propellers and improve flight safety.

13.Does Mavic Mini support automatic Return to Home (RTH)?

Yes. Always be sure to observe the surrounding environment carefully and set a proper altitude to avoid obstacles when using the Return to Home function.

14.Does Mavic Mini support QuickShots?

Yes. DJI Fly app QuickShot modes include Dronie, Circle, Helix, and Rocket. In the process of locking onto a subject during QuickShots, an algorithm must run on the app, which takes up a lot of memory on your mobile device. Therefore, app performance may be affected by mobile device type. It is also recommended to close any idle background apps or programs running on your mobile device before attempting to use QuickShots.

15.Can Mavic Mini track objects automatically?

No.

16.What app does Mavic Mini work with?

Mavic Mini can only be used with the DJI Fly app, which has been designed to provide users with intuitive controls that make flight easier than ever. Users can even enjoy flight tutorials in the app to enhance flight safety.

17.Is there a way to apply to fly in a restricted zone?

Yes. You can apply for permission to operate in restricted flight areas using the DJI Fly app. Update the DJI Fly app to v1.0.4 and the aircraft firmware to v01.00.0400 to enable this function.

18.What is the difference in weight between the international version and Japanese version of Mavic Mini?

The international version of Mavic Mini weighs 249 grams. The Japanese version of Mavic Mini weighs 199 grams, as drones under 200 grams are not subject to the drone flight rules according to Japanese aviation law. Due to the difference in weight and capacity of the two batteries, always use the Japanese battery (1100 mAh) when using the Japanese version of Mavic Mini.

19.Can Mavic Mini download 2.7K videos to mobile devices?

Yes.

20.Can I use the 360° Propeller Guard and the Snap Adapter at the same time?

It is not recommended to use these accessories together.

21.How can I download the DJI Fly app?

You can find the DJI Fly app in the app store, or you can scan the QR code on the DJI website.

22.Under what circumstances are there altitude and/or distance limitations on Mavic Mini?

a. During flight training, the altitude will be limited to 30 m, and the flight distance will be limited to 50 m.
b. When flying while not logged into a DJI account, the flight altitude will be limited to 30 m, and the flight distance will be limited to 50 m.
c. Flight altitude and distance limits can be set manually in the DJI Fly app.
d. When GPS signal is weak, the flight altitude of the aircraft will be limited.
e. When the aircraft is flying near a restricted flight zone, or in a GEO Zone with altitude limits.
For more information, please contact DJI SUPPORT.

Gimbal and Camera
1.What are the major parameters of Mavic Mini's camera?

Mavic Mini is equipped with a 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor with up to 12 million effective pixels.

2.What are the maximum photo and video resolutions supported by Mavic Mini?

Photo Resolutions
4:3 4000×3000
16:9 4000×2250
Video Resolutions
2.7K: 2720×1530 25/30p
FHD: 1920×1080 25/30/50/60p

3.Can Mavic Mini's camera zoom?

No.

4.What photo modes does Mavic Mini support?

Single Shot and Interval.

Remote Controller
1.What operating frequency band does the remote controller support?

The Model MR1SD25 supports 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz dual frequency bands, while the Model MR1SS5 only supports 5.8 GHz.

2.What mobile devices are supported by the remote controller?

Mobile phones that are 6.5-8.5 mm thick and no more than 160 mm long will fit in the remote controller clamps comfortably. We strongly recommend you to remove the protective cover before attaching your mobile phone. Devices beyond this measurement range are not supported.

3.Does the remote controller support a USB-A female port?

No. A Micro USB OTG cable is required, which can be purchased at the DJI Online Store.

4.Can I connect the remote controller with an iPad?

The Mavic Mini remote controller can be used with an iPad; however, the app firmware is not yet optimized for this device, so users may experience some minor issues. We are currently working to optimize this device for use and we appreciate your patience. Additionally, when using an iPad, the included cable may not be long enough to connect. In this case, you can use a Micro USB OTG cable, which can be purchased at the DJI Online Store.

5.Does Mavic Mini support Wi-Fi control?

No. You can only operate Mavic Mini by using the remote controller.

6.What type of interface does Mavic Mini and the remote controller support?

Mavic Mini, the remote controller, and the Two-Way Charging Hub all support a Micro USB interface.

7.Does the remote controller support HDMI?

No.

Propulsion
1.What is the maximum flight time of Mavic Mini?

With a fully charged battery, Mavic Mini offers up to 30 minutes of flight time.

2.Do I have to remove the propellers for storage and transportation?

No.

3.How often do Mavic Mini propellers need to be replaced?

Before each flight, it is necessary to check the propellers for cracks, wear, warp, corrosion, and loose screws. If any of these conditions are present, the propellers should be replaced. Follow the instructions in the user manual to replace the propellers.

4.How can I change the propellers of Mavic Mini?

Use the included screwdriver to change the propellers. Please follow the instructions provided. Remove the two blades and screws on the same motor, and replace with the propellers in the same package with new screws. Attach the propellers with marks to the motors with marks, and the unmarked propellers to unmarked motors. Ensure that the propellers and motors are installed securely before each flight.

5.What do I need to know before installing the 360° Propeller Guard?

a. After attaching the 360° Propeller Guard, the service ceiling is reduced to 1500 m as there are some weight-related safety concerns when flying with this accessory at high altitudes.
b. To ensure flight safety, after attaching the 360° Propeller Guard, the maximum speed is limited to 8 m/s, the flight altitude is limited to 30 meters, and the flight distance is limited to 50 meters. Make sure to always fly carefully and within line of sight.
c. After attaching the 360° Propeller Guard, takeoff and hover and the aircraft will enter Payload mode within six seconds and notify the user. If the system does not detect the accessory, you can enable Payload mode manually in the DJI Fly app.
d. After attaching the 360° Propeller Guard, the aircraft will weigh more than 250 grams. This means that in some countries and regions, you may need to obtain a related license when flying with this accessory attached. Always be aware of and comply with local laws and regulations before flying.

6.What is the maximum wind resistance level of Mavic Mini?

Mavic Mini can hover stably at in wind speeds of up to 8 m/s.

7.What is Mavic Mini's maximum service ceiling?

3000 m.

Video Transmission
1.What video transmission system does Mavic Mini use?

Enhanced Wi-Fi.

2.What is the maximum transmission distance of Mavic Mini?

Model MR1SS5
5.8 GHz
FCC: 4000 m
SRRC: 2500 m
Remote control model MR1SS5 must be used with aircraft model MT1SS5.
Model MR1SD25
2.4 GHz
MIC: 2000 m
CE: 2000 m
5.8 GHz
CE: 500 m
Remote control model MR1SD25 must be used with aircraft model MT1SD25.

3.How can I confirm the maximum transmission distance of Mavic Mini in different regions?

First, confirm the aircraft model. You can check the aircraft model on the certification sticker on the packing box or inside the aircraft battery compartment. Next, confirm the region or area you will be flying in.
Model MT1SS5:
In North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, and some additional regions, the maximum transmission distance is 4 km;
In Mainland China, the maximum transmission distance is 2.5 km;
In Europe, South Korea, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macao, and some additional regions, the maximum transmission distance is 500 m;
In Japan, Russia, Israel, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and some additional regions, local regulations do not permit use of the 5.8 GHz frequency band. Do not use the MT1SS5 model aircraft in these regions.
Model MT1SD25:
The maximum transmission distance in all countries and regions is 2 km.
Please check local rules and regulations before use.

4.What is Mavic Mini's maximum video transmission resolution?

720p/30fps

5.What is the transmission latency of Mavic Mini?

170-240 ms (depending on environmental conditions and mobile device).

6.What should I do if there is a significant delay in Mavic Mini's video transmission?

a. It is recommended to fly in open environments free of wireless signal interference.
b. Close other running programs in the background of the mobile device being used.
c. Keep an eye on the orientation of the antennas and ensure they are facing the aircraft during flight.

Battery
1.How can I charge Mavic Mini?

You can directly connect the aircraft to a charger with the micro USB cable, or use the Two-Way Charging Hub to charge up to three batteries in sequence. Please use with power chargers that are 24 W or below.

2.What are the functions of the Two-Way Charging Hub?

a. Charges up to three batteries in sequence.
b. Automatically charges the connected external device when all batteries are fully charged.
c. Checks the battery level.
d. When it is not charging, you can use it as a power bank to charge mobile devices.

3.How does the Two-Way Charging Hub charge and discharge?

Charging the battery:
The batteries with the highest amount of charge are charged first and then in sequence according to charge level afterward. Any newly inserted battery will be read, and the charging sequence will be reevaluated and adjusted accordingly.
Discharging:
When discharging, discharge the battery with the lowest amount of charge first. Any newly inserted battery will be read, and the discharging sequence will be reevaluated and adjusted accordingly.

4.What are the functions of the power button?

a. Short press + press and hold: Power the aircraft on/off.
b. Short press: View the battery level of the aircraft.
c. Press and hold for four seconds: Link with the remote controller.

5.Does Mavic Mini support Quick Charge?

It supports Quick Charge 2.0 18W.

6.What type of battery does Mavic Mini support?

The Mavic Mini Intelligent Flight Battery is a Li-ion 2S battery (1100 mAh version is a LiPo 2S battery).

7.How do I upgrade the firmware of Mavic Mini batteries?

First, insert the battery into the aircraft and turn it on. Then connect the DJI Fly app or DJI Assistant 2 with the aircraft. If the battery version and the aircraft version are inconsistent, an upgrade prompt will appear.

8.How long does it take to charge the battery?

It takes 90 minutes to fully charge a battery with the Quick Charge 2.0 18W USB charger (50 minutes for the 1100 mAh battery).

9.How often should I charge and discharge the battery?

It is recommended to complete this process once every three months. Before storage, it is recommended to charge the battery to approximately 60%.

10.What are the charging and operating temperatures of Mavic Mini and remote controller batteries?

The operating temperature for both is 0° to 40°C (32° to 104℉). The Mavic Mini Intelligent Flight Battery charging temperature is 0° to 40°C (32° to 104℉), and the remote controller battery charging temperature is 0° to 45°C (32° to 113℉). When using the aircraft in a cold environment, pay attention to any on-screen prompts related to takeoff status.

11.What is the battery capacity, charging duration, and battery life of the Mavic Mini remote controller?

The Mavic Mini remote controller has a battery capacity of 2600 mAh. It takes about 120 minutes to fully charge with the DJI 18W USB charger, about four and a half hours when using an iOS device, and about one hour and forty minutes when connected to an Android device.
(Note: when connecting to an Android device, in order to maintain a stable connection between the remote controller and the external device, the Android system will use some of the remote controller’s power. Therefore, the remote controller has a shorter battery life when connected to an Android device.)

Upgrading
1.Can I use other apps while upgrading the DJI Fly app?

No. If you do, the update will fail. You will then need to download the firmware and update it again.

2.Can I disconnect from the Internet once the firmware has been downloaded?

Yes.

3.What should I do if aircraft and battery firmware versions are inconsistent?

Connect Mavic Mini to the DJI Fly app. The app will then check firmware compatibility automatically. You may upgrade according to the instructions.

4.What factors could lead to an update failure?

a. Low battery. Before installing an update, make sure the battery level is above 50%.
b. Powering off Mavic Mini or the remote controller during an update.
 If this happens, restart Mavic Mini and the remote controller, and begin the update again.
c. Internet was disconnected during the firmware download.
d. If the update failure persists, or the remote controller does not link with the aircraft, there may be firmware inconsistencies between devices. In this case, use DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic on your computer to update the aircraft and the remote controller to the latest versions separately. During the upgrade, the aircraft will restart multiple times and automatically shut down after the upgrade has been completed.

For Your Attention:

The Mavic Mini is no longer in production. For the latest in DJI technology, please view our product recommendations below.

Other Recommendations:

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Sours: https://www.dji.com/mavic-mini/specs


Consumers have mixed experiences with the DJI Mavic Mini and wind, some reporting loss of control and fly-away, while others claim that it can handle winds with ease. We took our ‘Mini‘ out to find out!

With a clearly stated ‘Max Wind Resistance’ specification of “8 m/s” on the DJI website, the majority of consumers should think twice before flying their lightweight 249g Mavic Mini in anything but a calm breeze, especially when factoring in the maximum gust potential in such conditions, and wind-gradient/wind-sheet at upper altitudes.

As the lightest drone in the DJI line-up (besides the Ryze Tello), the DJI Mavic Mini is almost the half the weight of it’s bigger sibling, the DJI Mavic Air 2, and just a quarter the weight of the DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom.

It is not designed as a long-range, fierce-weather aircraft, instead it is designed for close-proximity selfie and basic video, but some over-estimate it’s capabilities, resulting in loss.

As per our testing in winds exceeding 25mph /38kph, we demonstrated that while the DJI Mavic Mini is capable of maintaining a hover and basic flight, push it too far and it will become unstable.

To avoid losing your DJI Mavic Mini, we recommend the following tips:

  • Verify the maximum wind at ground level, as well as desired altitude ceiling, before flying, this includes maximum potential gust force.
  • Always commence a flight with a fully charged battery, never fly with a partially charged battery for a second flight.
  • Ensure that your props are in good condition, are not warped or bent and have no impact damage or missing pieces.

Recently we covered the instance of a DJI Mavic Mini consumer losing their drone while flying above sea, the root cause would appear to be failing to fight on-shore wind heading out towards the drone, but we could not be entirely sure.

Comment below with your experience of the DJI Mavic Mini and it’s capabilities in wind and other weather.


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DJI Mavic Mini performance test: Can it fight high winds at high elevation? [video]

After the first test flight today in which the DJI Mavic Mini (from DJI or Amazon) battled high winds, some people had commented on YouTube that I should fly the drone further and at a much higher elevation. I thought that was a good point, and figured I might give it a try when I got back home this afternoon. And so I did. I hope you enjoy this video of the DJI Mavic Mini performance test in which it is fighting high winds at high elevation. Expect more videos and tests to come over the coming days.

DJI Mavic Mini performance test

The second flight with the DJI Mavic Mini fighting high winds at high elevation was not so much a distance test as it was a performance test.

Often the winds are stronger and more consistent at higher altitudes, and so I wanted to see if the Mavic Mini could handle those as well. The battery was only at 70% when I started this test, but that was more than enough to make a point.

In these high wind conditions, I was able to fly the DJI Mavic Mini to 1,122 meters, or 0.7 miles at an altitude slightly below 400 feet AGL. I could have flown further had I had more battery left, but I’ll save the long-distance flight for another day. When the drone landed, I still had 16% battery left, but I wanted to play it somewhat safe as it was only the second flight with this little guy.

I started flying in Sport mode to unlock the maximum power the DJI Mavic Mini would be able to deliver to overcome the strong winds. It was later in the afternoon and warmer than the earlier flight of today. The winds were less strong as they were in the morning, but still at a sustained 20 mph and gusting slightly more.

Once I got out over the water, the drone stopped at about 480 meters. I realized that it was probably limited in the menu, and it was. After I changed it to unlimited distance, I was able to proceed without any issues. I had a Wi-Fi interference warning at some point halfway through the flight but that disappeared once I walked in front of a wood and metal barrier. After that, the Wi-Fi connection was fine. I did get persistent high-wind warnings displayed by the app.

While flying I missed the little map in the lower left-hand corner of the app as well as the battery line at the top of the screen that you see in the DJI Go 4 app. The new DJI Fly app that you have to use with the Mavic Mini is simplified, which is good in many ways. Almost all of the important info is there, you just have to know where to look.

I sped up the video to skip over the boring sections. The first low battery warning came at 932 meters out or 0.58 miles at 30%. Note to self: Change settings to miles and feet. ;-) The drone gives you a message in the app to turn home, and it will unless you override the warning. I overrode it and kept flying.

When I got to 1.122 meters or 0.7 miles, I decided that the DJI Mavic Mini had proved itself to be a DJI drone worthy of the name Mavic and I turned the aircraft around. The battery was at 23% at that time. To be honest, I also wanted to make sure I’d have enough juice left to make it back home safely, as I hope to continue flying this little drone for some time!

Of course, the flight back home with a strong 20 mph tailwind took no time whatsoever. I believe the DJI Mavic Mini maxed out at 45 kph or 28 mph, which was fast, but not as fast as I was expecting.

Overall, I am very impressed after today’s test flights. The DJI Mavic Mini handles strong wind conditions much better than I had thought, considering how incredibly small and light it is. I am really impressed!

Next, I’m planning to do videos that test the distance, low-light performance and QuickShots and more. Let me know if you have any specific questions that you’d like to get answered.

What do you think about the DJI Mavic Mini performance test? Let us know in the comments below.


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