The DJI Mini 2 is the smallest of these drones (and of all DJI drones), with a weight of only 249 grams. This weighs in at under the 250g weight limit set by Transport Canada, meaning it doesn’t require a license or registration to fly. This can be a huge advantage for beginners who are looking for something small and easy to get started with. It’s also incredibly easy to transport as it easily fits in the palm of your hand once completely folded.
The DJI Mini 2 has a maximum flight time of 31 minutes and an upgraded range of 10km, giving you the ability to take your time shooting photos without worrying about running out of battery or going too far out of range. It’s also built to withstand winds up to 37.8 km/h and fly as fast as 57.6 km/h, making it a uniquely tough and fast drone for its small size. Its upgraded OcuSync 2.0 transmission system features 2.4/5.8 GHz auto-switching, which cuts through interference and signal fading to ensure a stable connection and smooth video downlink. Thanks to the upgrades made to the Mini 2 since the Mavic Mini, this drone is no longer far behind the other consumer drones when it comes to flight performance.