DJI Mavic Mini Final Specs! Shocking Details! [4K]

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The DJI Mavic Mini, the leaks wont stop! We now have some final specs and features of this new compact drone from DJI. Authorized resellers are leaking left and right. The latest details on the Mavic Mini here!
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This DJI Mavic Mini leak info comes just on the heels of the FCC confirmation that yes this drone is coming from DJI. In this video we cover the latest leaked images as well as confirmed specifications and features of the Mavic Mini. Will this new drone have a 3 axis gibmal? Will it have 4K as so many claim. What flight time can you count with? All that and more is answered in this video! We cover everything you need to know before DJI's Fly As You Are Event!

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