Can’t get enough of aerial videography and yet wish you could skip the steep learning curve of piloting an imaging drone? Or perhaps, you wish you could skip the hassle of registering with the FAA? Well if you do, you will want to check the new imaging drone from DJI.
That’s right, my friends. The DJI Mini 3 Pro has a successor! DJI launched the Mini 4 Pro, a mini-camera drone with omnidirectional obstacle sensing and cutting-edge imaging technology. Weighing under 249g, it complies with drone regulations and boasts a 48MP camera with a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor, 4K/60fps HDR video, and 2.4μm pixels for low-light shooting. Oh, it does Slo-Mo shooting at 4K/100fps too. Absolutely amazing.
Moreover, it offers 10-bit D-Log M recording and HLG for post-production control, plus 34-45 minutes of flight time. Meanwhile, flagship DJI O4 video transmission technology affords ultra-responsive control and smooth 1080p/60fps FHD video transmission capability from distances of up to 20 km (12 miles).
Those are not it, obviously. The new Mini 4 Pro also boasts True Vertical Shooting, optimized for social media and smartphone playback, a 60° large-angle tilt for fluid camera motion that unleashes cinematic possibilities, digital video zoom (up to 2x photos and up to 4x videos), and Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS), just to highlight a few. The drone provides shooting modes like MasterShots and QuickTransfer for instant sharing.