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Any UK drone experts on board?

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awemawson:
Jo and others, thanks for your helpful comments. Casting about on the web it looks like some of the sub 250 gram jobs would actually suit my purpose quite well. As you say things have moved on in leaps and bounds over the past few years.

One that has caught my eye recently is the DJI Mavic Mini which if descriptions are to be believed packs an awful lot in a small package.

Any real life comments on this beast would be appreciated.

As I understand it has collision avoidance as well as real time streaming, gps etc so sounds pretty good for the money, but after all thatís what copy writers are trained to do !


Later Edit: It doesn't have collision avoidance but still looks pretty capable

Pete49:
Can't go wrong with a DJI Mavic Pro, Air or Mini but my goto is the Mavic Pro. Camera, GPS, RTH 28+ mins flight time.
Pete

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