The quadcopter is so tiny that it is not subject to American laws governing the use of aircraft.
DJI has released a new quadcopter named Mavic Mini. It is the smallest drone ever made weighing just 249 grams. According to the regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States (FAA) drones of such small a size can be used without registration. Legislation regulates aircraft that are heavier than 250 grams.
The absence of bureaucratic obstacles for using the drone immediately after the purchase is one of the highlights of the company's marketing programme. However, in order to make Mavic Mini as light as it is, the developers had to use 2.7K cameras instead of the usual 4K.
Mavic Mini can stay in the air for up to 30 minutes. The gadget is priced at $495. Sales are scheduled to start on October 30.
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