Mavic Mini 2 priced at $449 and $599 for Fly More Combo

This time it wasn’t Best Buy, but Adorama accidentally leaked information on a new product. The Adorama website shows that the DJI Mavic Mini 2 will be priced at $449 and at $599 for the DJI Mavic Mini 2 Fly More Combo.

Update: How does the Mini compare to other DJI drones on specs?

Mavic Mini 2 priced at $449 and $599 for Fly More Combo

The pricing information for the DJI Mavic Mini 2 shows up on a page on the Adorama website, that showcases the old drone in the Apline Limited Edition.

On the right-hand side, the website shows ‘recommended alternatives’ and in that list, we can also see the DJI Mavic Mini 2 and the DJI Mavic Mini 2 Fly More Combo listed and priced at $449 and $599 respectively.

The DJI Mavic Mini 2 priced at $449 (and $599 for the Fly More Combo) will be $50 (and $100) more expensive than the outgoing model.

The Adorama Website Shows That The Dji Mavic Mini 2 Will Be Priced At $449 And At $599 For The Dji Mavic Mini 2 Fly More Combo.

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This is yet another indication that the DJI Mavic Mini 2 that we first reported on will be making its way to the drone market very soon. The main improvements over the outgoing model are that the new Mavic Mini will feature 4K video and a 12MP sensor, while still coming in below 250 grams. Click here to read more about the specs we expect for this new mini drone.

Do you feel that the Mavic Mini 2 priced at these levels becomes too expensive? Let us know in the comments below.

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