A sub-250 drone that can actually be used by the pros
This morning DJI released its latest sub-250 drone that we’ve seen leak the last few weeks. Has the hype lived up after flying it for the past week? Are the changes worth upgrading from the Mini 3 Pro that came out less than a year and a half ago? Here’s our full review of the DJI Mini 4 Pro.
A drone that wanted to be a ‘big boy,’ now is
When DJI released the Mini 3 Pro, DroneDJ‘s publisher, Seth Weintraub, wrote his review for 9to5Mac with the headline: 249g pocket drone plays with the big boys. While the Mini 3 Pro attempted to bridge the gap between the beginner and professional drones DJI offers, it didn’t quite reach. I’m happy to say that the Mini 4 Pro has officially closed whatever gap was left.
The Mini 3 Pro’s release was packed full of amazing design changes and innovative additions. DJI has opted to stick with that popular design but build upon where the 3 fell short. Most importantly with obstacle avoidance and recording…