Watch before you BUY a MAVIC MINI in 2020!



Should you buy a Mavic Mini in 2020? Is the Mavic Air 2 worth getting instead? I still think the Mavic Mini is worth getting.

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What is inside my light painting bag:
DJI Mavic Mini:
Lowepro Pro Tactic 450 AW:
Manfrotto 055XPro B:
Manfrotto BeeFree:
Manfrotto friction arm:
Manfrotto clamp:
Canon 5D Mk3:
Canon 24mm f/2.8 IS:
Canon 35mm f/2 IS:
Canon 50mm f/1.4 USM:
Canon TC-80N3:
The light I use:
The light I would buy:

What is inside my camera bag:
Viltrox Speedbooster:
Canon 5D Mk3:
Canon 24mm f/2.8 IS:
Canon 35mm f/2 IS:
Canon 50mm f/1.4 USM:
Canon 135mm f/2 L:
Canon 300mm f/4 L IS:
Canon TC-80N3:
Lowepro Pro Tactic 450 AW:
Manfrotto Pixie:
Manfrotto friction arm:
Manfrotto clamp:

Editing Gear:
Apple 13″ MacBook Pro:
Wacom Intuos Pro:

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40 Replies to “Watch before you BUY a MAVIC MINI in 2020!”

  1. Bob Diaz

    No doubt about it, the Mini is a great little drone. However, the temptation of the Mavic Air is VERY powerful, with Greater signal range, more power (both flight and features), and great images in RAW, it's hard to go with the Mini with such a powerful temptation.

  2. bp4924

    In the US, the 249g is irrelevant if you are using it for commercial purposes (including posting video to a monetized YT page). You also need a Part 107 certificate.

  3. Alvaro Lachner

    The DJI Mavic Mini is more than a capable enough drone if you plan on shooting videos for YouTube, Facebook or Instagram. “But it doesn’t have 4K!” Do you really need to shoot in 4K when most of your viewers will be watching from their phones or tablets? I say not. Also, do you have enough storage / processing capacity to edit in 4K?

    Shoot in 1080p which is Full HD and you can get some amazing footage! Plus remember, it’s not the gear…it’s the artist using it. I would only get the DJI Mavic Air if you plan on doing some serious color grading, printing your photos in a large format for commercial use or if you are a serious cinematographer, vlogger or shooting commercial work. Sure, if you have the money then go for the best, but don’t do it because you think “you need it” to make good content.

  4. Glen Smith

    All in all, what does anybody expect from a mid range drone? (Entry level GPS drones are half the price of the mini) The biggest selling point of this drone is the weight of 249g. What else would you expect?

  5. rick racine

    well heres the deal ya sure of all your saying but whats the point owning a drone that you cant fly near people over top and over any event ,not saying you should but the mavic mini you can in canada anyways more over no licence is required as well ,which that could be a pain in the ass

  6. RagNDroneMan UK

    Great video, love my Mini, only had it a matter of weeks, as my 1st drone, before i had someone ask if they can use my footage on the BBC!
    Photos look great too for real estate, i have a builder use on his social media, he loves the pictures it makes! 😛😃👍👍👍👍

  7. The Deitz

    I have the Mini, I uploaded a sunset video I shot last nigh – the issue – In playback I paused the video while panning and the image is blurred. Is this to be expected or can you tell me what i might be doing wrong. Tonight I plan to pause the video while panning to avoid the blur. ——— Thanks in advance ——-

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