The DJI Mini 2 quadcopter is quite a nice unit, and its under 249 grams. In some countries, that low mass exempts the unit from various regulations; in the U.S. that mass exempts it only from FAA registration and future Remote ID requirements – still need to fly it properly under FAA rules and regulations.

But being exempt from future (as yet unknown) Remote ID requirements is a big plus.

Source: Review: the DJI Mavic Mini 2 is the perfect drone for beginners: Digital Photography Review

By EdwardM

3 thoughts on “Drones: DJI Mavic Mini 2 adds 4K video, RAW photos and better remote link ”
  1. Hello,

    This is completely unrelated to this post, but I saw a post of yours from 2018 about the MJX Bugs 3, and you mentioned that you replaced the ESCs. By any chance, do you happen to know how many Amps the stock ESCs can pull? I’ve been scouring the internet but can’t find an answer.

    I greatly appreciate your time!

    1. Off the top of my head, I don’t remember. I would probably try estimate the current from the battery – I can’t remember if its a 2S or 3S but that would give us some idea of the current capacity. My Bugs 3 is out in my garage, which is detached, and its about 20 degrees outside and snowing right now and I’m being a wimp and not going out right away to check 🙂 May be tomorrow!


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