DJI has a wide range of users covered but it can be quite confusing as well. Take example the DJI Mini lineup. It started with the Mavic Mini which was later succeeded by the Mini SE. In between, there was the DJI Mini 2 and more recently, the DJI Mini 3 Pro. And now, there is a new DJI Mini 2 SE.
At this point, I do not want to know which is after which. I am guessing the DJI Mini 2 SE is a successor to the DJI Mini SE and has nothing to do with the DJI Mini 2. Anyhoo, the new Mini 2 SE is, as you can see, ultra-portable and thanks to its sub 249g (0.55 lbs) weight, it is exempted from drone regulations in many parts of the world.
It is outfitted with a 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor capable of recording at 2.7K and capturing 12 MP stills. It features DJI O2 Transmission technology that offers up to 10 km of HD video transmission with excellent anti-interference capabilities and has a maximum flight time of 31 minutes.
Other notables include QuickShots and Panorama for creative shots, a 2-axis mechanical stabilization system, 4X digital zoom, Level 5 wind resistance (stable at up to 10.7 m/s wind speed), stable hovering, return to home feature, and one-tap takeoff and landing.
The DJI Mini 2 SE Imaging Drone was announced on February 09 for the Europe markets. It will be available from March 22, 2023, starting at £339/€389.
UPDATE: We heard it will also go on sale stateside on March 22, 2023, for US$369 and up. It has not been listed on either region’s website.