The tweet displays an intriguing listing, purportedly from the IMDA database, presenting an entry for a DJI Mini 4 Pro aircraft.
Güçlü Atamer, a loyal DroneXL reader and insider, enlightened DJI's well-known leak Specialist, Igor Bogdanov, about the IMDA. For those unfamiliar, the IMDA stands as Singapore's premier accreditation authority. It oversees the nation's administrative processes, regulations, guidelines, and certification schemes, ensuring adherence to telecommunication standards and criteria.
This isn't the first instance of DJI's penchant for innovation. There have been moments when DJI, absent of any real external competitive pressure, has seemingly overshadowed its own products. Remeber the DJI Mini 2?
Would it be surprising to witness the DJI Mini 4 Pro unveiling, perfectly timed for the holiday shopping spree? Absolutely not.
This hints at the advancements being more intrinsic in nature. Expectations lean towards enhanced imaging capabilities, superior video resolution, and likely the introduction of the state-of-the-art OcuSync 4 to the DJI Mini drone series, among other upgrades.
While we currently revel in the impressive features of our DJI Mini 3 Pro (and on a side note, Billy Kyle's video tutorial on creating hyperlapses with this drone is a must-watch), the anticipation for the next iteration, the DJI Mini 4 Pro, is palpable.
What's your take on the upcoming DJI Mini 4 Pro? Drop your thoughts and wishlist of features in the comments section.
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