Seems these are getting lost on the Internet. Here’s a link to download the sound pack and the worksheet that maps the sound to what it says.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if the links die.
Mavic Mini is here. We took it out. Our thoughts…
Once again, the provided bag can’t seem to fit everything in nicely. It’s too tight a fit but could be due to our type of plug/ british type. Don’t get me wrong, it’s one of the best designed in the world and i love it too. It’s just a little big at times.
The charger that charges the batteries comes with a single port USB plug. The charging block houses a USB port and a android type B cable is provided for you to charge your remote viat his port. However, if the batteries are charging, you will not be able to utilise that USB port. Batts need to be full or removed for that port to be active. it can however, also be used as a power bank to charge the remote, your handphones/ ipads when on the road with the batts inserted.
You no longer can tell how much batt is left in the battery unless you have the charger with you.
Smart Modes/ Obstacles Avoidance
You do not get any smart modes with this drone. You only get GPS and Sports mode, Cinesmooth/ tripod mode. No orbiting, no follow me, no hyperlapse and no obstacles avoidance. Nothing else.
There’s a little feature to let you know where your drone is at all times. Kind of useless but well, it’s there.
The range seemed better than the Spark flying at the usual field. One negative thing is, the signal do not gradually get bad. It just cuts off suddenly and if you stubbornly do not stop immediately, when the video does return, you’ll find yourself at a totally different location. We did a good 300 meters which is plenty but practically, stay within 100 to 150 meters is ideal. Flying through tight space is useful for the Mavic Mini.
Its a useful little drone, great for first timers but could grow out of it really quickly. It does not have a lot of features at this price point which is expected.