There aren’t many people that have put the DJI Mavic Mini through the paces as we have. We’ve done a comprehensive review. We’ve done a WiFi interference range test. We converted it to a cinewhoop. We put it to the test at a real estate photo shoot. We’ve even documented the top ten things we don’t like about the Mavic Mini. It is an awesome little drone. You can learn all about it here.
DJI Mavic Mini review
This is a pretty standard Half Chrome review. We’ll hit the basics about the DJI Mavic Mini and you can see it in action. You’ll get a glimpse of how fantastic the camera is here as well. If you’d like a full breakdown of the Mavic Mini click here. Or if you want to see how it compares to other drones under $500 click here.
Top 10 things we don’t like about the Mavic Mini
It isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. Who believes reviewers that only talk about the good things. Don’t get us wrong we love the Mavic Mini. However, it isn’t perfect and here is what we would like to see improved.
Mavic Mini as a professional tool
We really like the camera on the Mavic Mini. The question is can it be used as a professional tool at a real estate photoshoot? Let’s take a look.
Mavic Mini range test
The biggest complaint people have about the DJI Mavi Mini is the WiFi FPV feed having issues in heavy populated areas. We decided to put it to the test against the Spark, Mavic Air, Mavic 2, Autel Evo, Parrot Anafi, and Zen K1.
DJI Mavic Mini as a cinewhoop
I love flying cinewhoop drones. I got to thinking could I add the propeller guards and an FPV camera and use the DJI Mavic Mini as a cinewhoop? Let’s take a closer look.
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