Although it weighs under 250 grams, there’s nothing lightweight about the DJI Mavic Mini. It’s close in size to the average smartphone, making it comfortably in the lowest and safest weight class of drones and exempt from regulations that it’s larger peers face. Also, with features like a 360 propeller guard, advanced sensors, and a dedicated remote controller, the Mavic Mini can safely navigate around almost any environment. It’s ready for 30 minutes of flight time and can travel 4 km from its transmitter, so those epic landscape shots are there for the taking. And getting the perfect 2.7k footage is also that much easier with the Mini, courtesy of its multiple QuickShot modes of Dronie, Circle, Helix and Rocket, and the DJI Fly app gives novice pilots an intuitive bit of assistance for editing their freshly captured footage. Learn more about its capability for creating impressive footage in the videos below.