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DJI Mini 4 Pro unveiled – meet the drone that DJI fans are calling the ‘Air 3 mini’
DJI's latest sub-250g drone is a minor update of the Mini 3 Pro
We rate the DJI Mini 3 Pro as the best drone for most people, and it has now officially been succeeded by the Mini 4 Pro. And while the Mini 3 Pro blew us away with comprehensive improvements, almost 18-months later our DJI Mini 4 Pro review reveals the latest model as an incremental update, refining what’s already excellent.
The fourth-gen flagship model in DJI’s ‘Mini’ series of drones also weighs less than 250g and therefore remains in the lowest-risk category of drone – in Europe that’s the Open Category A1. Consequently, pilots enjoy the greatest degree of freedom when taking to the skies, making the Mini 4 Pro an excellent drone for beginners , with enough features to also satisfy pro pilots.
Those familiar with this mini series of DJI drones may feel a little disappointed by the Mini 4 Pro – there’s not a lot new going on over the Mini 3 Pro, with most of the improvements affecting the flying experience rather than the camera. Most of the new features are inherited from the next level up DJI Air 3 , leading many DJI fans to label this latest sub-250g drone as an “Air 3 mini’. Let’s take a look at what is and what isn’t new.
Big Air 3 features in a Mini
Pilots that like to push it with how close they fly to objects need obstacle sensing to avoid costly collisions. The Mini 3 Pro is equipped with tri-directional object sensing from the front, behind and below, and now its successor boasts omnidirectional object sensing, which also covers both sides of the drone.
This class-leading safety feature is a first for a Mini series drone, although how necessary the Mini 4 Pro’s next-level obstacle sensing is to your flight experience no doubt depends on the kind of flying you do, and how close you like to push it to the surrounding environment.
The DJI Mini 4 Pro was announced on September 25, 2023, with sales starting immediately. The drone is available in one of three kits; DJI Mini 4 Pro (DJI RC-N2) for $759 / £689 / AU$1,119, DJI Mini 4 Pro (DJI RC2) for $959 / £869 / AU$1,149 or DJI Mini 4 Pro Fly More Combo (DJI RC 2) for $1,099 / £979 / AU$1,699. The usual add-on accessories are available, including the Flight battery for $65 / £56 / AU$99 and ND filter set for $55 / £45 / AU$79.
After the Mini 4 Pro leaks, TechRadar’s former Cameras previously shared that they’ll be sticking with their Mini 3 Pro , but one flight feature added to the Mini 4 Pro that leaves them a little green-eyed is Waypoints, which is a flight mode for presetting a flight trajectory and shooting actions.
Another less-rumored new flight feature is 360-degree Automatic Tracking, whereby pilots can execute camera movements such as circling, pulling in and away using the remote controller’s trace wheel interface, with what DJI says is "greatly improved tracking accuracy".
The Mini 4 Pro can also fly further away – legally permitting – thanks to DJI’s latest OcuSync 4.0 technology that first took off in the DJI Air 3. The 'O4' Full HD 60fps video transmission range is almost double that of the previous-gen tech, at up to 20km, although in most regions you need to keep your drone within your line of sight, so again this may not be a feature that you make much use of.
New OcuSync 4.0 tech also means that the Mini 4 Pro is compatible with DJI’s latest remote controllers; the RC-N2 and R2, too. Overall, there’s a decent number of improved flight features, although whether you need most of them or not is another matter.
As you were for aerial photographers
Moving from the flight features to image quality, and there’s not a lot to be said for the Mini 4 Pro – like the Mini 3 Pro it's an excellent choice for aerial photographers. It also features the same single 24mm f/1.7 camera, with a 1/1.3in sensor for photos up to 48MP, plus 4K video.
Slow motion video recording in 4K has been increased from 60fps to 100fps, and now we get the D-Log M color profile rather than just D-Cinelike, so color matching with higher-level DJI drones will be easier, but that’s about it.
And there’s the feeling that most of the image quality refinements could be handed out to the DJI Mini 3 Pro via a firmware update, or DJI’s Software Development Kit (SDK) that could allow developers to program some Mini 4 Pro features onto a Mini 3 Pro.
Despite what feels like a modest update – perhaps we were spoiled by the Mini 3 Pro – the Mini 4 Pro inherits the crown as the best drone for most people and looks worth the extra outlay for first time buyers. Those who are already happy with the flight features of their Mini 3 Pro can sleep easy, until the next installment at least.
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DJI Air 3 drone gains FPV goggles compatibility, AR Home point
DJI has released an exciting new firmware update for the Air 3 , making its all-around drone compatible with the latest-generation Goggles Integra as well as Goggles 2 and RC Motion 2 remote controller. These peripherals were first released alongside the DJI Avata FPV aircraft .
Air 3 now works with FPV goggles
Goggles 2 is a high-resolution, low-latency transmission system that offers crystal-clear FPV video. The headset features a micro-OLED screen with adjustable diopters, so people who normally wear glasses do not need to use them with these goggles.
On the other hand, DJI Goggles Integra is a more recent innovation from the tech giant. In addition to the advanced micro-OLED screen displays and ultra-low-latency DJI O3+ video transmission, the Integra features an “integrated” design (hence the name) – meaning, the product merges the headband and battery into one , freeing pilots from loose connecting cables and making it easier than ever to take the goggles on and off.
Meanwhile, RC Motion 2 is a motion-sensing joystick that allows users of all levels to easily navigate, maneuver, and explore the skies in a unique way.
Naturally, a lot of Air 3 users have been waiting for this compatibility to arrive, so they can get an immersive first-person flight experience with their drone. And now, you only need to upgrade their aircraft firmware to v01.00.0600 as well as the goggles and motion controller joystick to their latest firmware version to link them together.
You can either use DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drone Series) to update the firmware of each device individually or use the DJI Fly app to update the firmware. If using DJI Fly, follow these steps: A. Aircraft: Update the firmware with the remote controller. B. Goggles and Motion Controller: Power on the goggles and the motion controller. Connect the USB-C port of the goggles to a mobile device, run DJI Fly, and select Profile > Device Management. Locate the corresponding goggles. Select Firmware Update and follow the on-screen instructions to update the firmware.
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DJI Air 3 drone firmware update: What else is new?
In addition to making the drone compatible with FPV goggles, the new firmware equips the Air 3 with several other capabilities as well.
To begin with, the drone can now take five 48MP photos when using AEB and Burst Shooting. Further, DJI has added support for manually setting the Max Horizontal Speed in Normal mode to 15 m/s.
Another big thing packed in this firmware update is that the Air 3 can now utilize augmented reality (AR) tech to display the drone’s Return-to-Home Route as well as its Home Point. This is important because when you are able to visualize the aircraft’s return in your real-world surroundings, you can be better prepared to avoid any potential obstacles and fly more safely.
Make sure to update your remote controller and the DJI Fly app to their latest versions for these features to work.
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