My Mavic Mini FLEW AWAY, LOST for 6 Weeks! – What you NEED to know before flying!



The first 1000 people to click the link will get 2 free months of Skillshare Premium:

**Buy the DJI MAVIC MINI:
DJI Store US&UK:
Amazon UK:
Amazon US:

*The above links are affiliated and if you make a purchase, I will be given a percentage as commission. Thank you.

//FOLLOW ME:

Twitter : @AlexTechFocus
Instagram : @AlexTechFocus

//The GEAR I commonly use (Affiliate links)

BlackMagic Pocket 4K:
17mm 1.8:
25mm 0.95 (A ROLL):
45mm 1.8 (B ROLL):
VideoMic Pro+:
LED PANELS:

All the opinions expressed here are my own, no influence from DJI, its partners or associates has been taken. SkillShare sponsored an advert spot within this video, for which I was given an account in order to test their services before promoting them to my audience. Honesty is a core value here, therefore I make sure the products I promote are safe, but most importantly, AWESOME.

30 Replies to “My Mavic Mini FLEW AWAY, LOST for 6 Weeks! – What you NEED to know before flying!”

  1. gpierre90

    Hi, A very interesting story, Iucky yours was recovered, A colleague of mine lost his in the ocean and never could recover his. I own a Mavic 2 zoom and I prefer the Ocusync 2.0 than the Wi-Fi, however even if its better, I never ignore the wind warnings and immediately recall it.

  2. Lambos Pav

    This happened to me 3 days ago, exactly with my mavric mini. Flat battery so it won't respond. I followed where the last GPS reading showed me and looked in the area , unless I'm bloody blind and walked straight past it??? Left my number with the farmer, but not expecting a call, tempted to go back a third time😊. I've given up an bought a mini 2 today just to keep moving forward, open for any suggestions? Cheers

  3. Donald Teed

    If anyone has trouble remembering this: think of flying a kite. Where is a kite (which needs strong wind) having trouble to fly? Near the ground. Where is a kite always finding a stronger wind? Higher. A DJI mini likes the opposite of the kite. Always take down the drone when winds pick up. And never ignore a red warning message. Return to home (or safe ground) should always be the top priority when any red warning appears.

  4. Zero12590

    Good to know and I just watched a wind limit test, but seeing what that little drone has gone through and that it still can fly and beyond insane. I’m glad you get it back and that it landed somewhere “safe”.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *