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DJI Mini 3 Pro vs DJI Mini 2: what's new, improved

Josh Spires | 11 May, 2022 | News

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The new DJI Mini 3 Pro has been released with a wide range of improvements and features over the older Mini 2. Let's take a closer look at all the differences between the two drones.

Which drone is right for you?

If you are looking for a cheap drone to start out with and don't care about the specs too much the Mini 2 is the drone for you. As it is an older model it will also be on sale a lot more, making it an even better deal.

If you are wanting a drone with a great camera, the peace of mind obstacle avoidance brings, and some of the smarter shooting modes the DJI Mini 3 Pro is the drone for you.

Both drones are amazing deals, and you really can't go wrong with either.

DJI Mini 3 Pro DJI Mini 2
Weight Less than 249 grams Less than 249 grams
Dimensions
  • Folded: 145x90x62 mm
  • Unfolded: 171x245x62 mm
  • Unfolded (with propellers): 251x362x70 mm
  • Folded: 138x81x58 mm
  • Unfolded: 159x203x56 mm
  • Unfolded (with propellers): 245x289x56 mm
Camera sensor size 1/1.3-inch sensor 1/2.3-inch sensor
Aperture f/1.7 f/2.8
Video resolution
  • 4k/60fps video
  • 4k/30fps HDR video
4k/30fps video
Photo resolution 48MP RAW photos 12MP RAW photos
Max flight time
  • 34 minutes (standard battery)
  • 47 minutes (plus battery)
  • 31 minutes
Max flight speed (no wind)
  • 16m/s (S mode)
  • 10m/s (N mode)
  • 6m/s (C mode)
  • 16m/s (S mode)
  • 10m/s (N mode)
  • 6m/s (C mode)
Wind resistance 10.7 metres per second (Level 5) 8.5-10.5 metres per second (Level 5)
Max transmission range Up to 12km at 1080p/30fps Up to 10km at 720p/30fps
Obstacle avoidance
  • Forward
  • Backward
  • Downward
  • Downward
Smart shooting modes
  • ActiveTrack 4.0
  • Point of Interest 3.0
  • Spotlight 2.0
  • MasterShots
  • Timelapse
  • Vertical shooting
None
Price

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