DJI MINI SE VS DJI MINI 2
With the release of the new DJI Mini SE, it’s time to go back and look at DJI’s previous micro drone in order to understand how this new drone stands apart. While the DJI Mini SE comes with a few improvements from the DJI Mini 2, the most attractive incentive for prospective micro drone buyers is its reduced price tag. We’ll go over everything you need to know about the DJI Mavic Mini 2, the new Mini SE, and how to decide which one is right for you.
The biggest difference between the DJI Mini 2 and the DJI Mini SE is the price tag. While the DJI Mini 2 has a higher price tag of $699 for the Fly More Combo, the Mini SE is priced at a much lower $479. This is because the Mini SE was created to be a more affordable option for anyone interested in buying a micro drone as their introduction to the world of drones. While the DJI Mini 2 is the costlier option of the two, it comes with a slightly more powerful camera and extended range that make it more than worth the extra money for those inclined to spend it.
|Mini SE||Mini 2|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||140x82x57 mm Folded160x202x55mm Unfolded||140x82x57 mm Folded160x202x55mm Unfolded|
|Image Sensor Size||1/2.3 Inches||1/2.3 Inches|
|Max Photo Resolution||12 MP||12 MP|
|Max Video Resolution||2.7K/30fps||4K/30fps|
|Video Transmission Distance||4 km||10 km|
|Max Flight Speed||46.8 kph||57.6 kph|
|Max Flight Time||30 Minutes||31 Minutes|
|Max Wind Resistance||37.8 kph||37.8 kph|
|Cost (at Mini SE launch)||$ 479 for the Fly More Combo||$699 for the Fly More Combo|