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I already got the new DJI Mavic Mini drone shortly after the launch at this point presented. In the article I showed that there is also a "Fly More Combo" that promises more flight fun. With the DJI Mavic Mini, this manifests itself not only through a 360 ° propeller protection, but also through two additional batteries and a charger that can charge several energy storage devices at the same time. A case is included for transport. After the launch of the new drone, including the larger package, it was only available in the DJI shop; now also on Amazon.
- DJI Mavic Mini Standard Package: for 399 EUR on Amazon
- DJI Mavic Mini Fly More Combo: for 499 EUR on Amazon
DJI Mavic Mini and Fly More Combo in comparison
In the following table you can see the scope of delivery for the DJI Mavic Mini and your “Fly More Combo” package. For 100 euros more you get visibly more accessories so that you can fly away for longer in a row. The additional content also provides more security for the drone.
|DJI Mavic Mini||DJI Mavic Mini Fly More Combos|
|Intelligent Flight Battery||1||3|
|Replacement propeller (pair)||1||3|
|3 RC cables (Micro-USB, USB-C, Lightning)||1||1|
|Replacement control sticks (pair)||1||1|
|360 ° propeller protection||-||1|
|Two-way charging station||-||1|
|DJI USB charger with 18 W||-||1|
DJI Fly app for extensive operation
In order to receive and display the live stream from the drone as well as to use the numerous maneuvers and functions of the device in a few simple steps, you need the DJI Fly app. This ensures that you can use an iPhone or Android smartphone in connection with the remote control and make individual settings, monitor flights and take advantage of other advantages with direct video feedback. You can of course find the download of DJI Fly in Apple App Store as well as in the Google Play Store.
[appbox app store id1479649251]
[appbox googleplay dji.go.v5]
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