In a world where technology constantly evolves, the realm of drones is no exception. Fresh off the grapevine, new photos of the anticipated DJI Mini 4 Pro have surfaced, courtesy of well-known DJI leaker, Igor Bogdanov, aka Quadro_News. And boy, are we in for a treat!
The leaked images present two distinct perspectives. The first gives us a sneak peek at the retail box, setting the stage for what's inside.
The second? A close-up of the new DJI mini-drone itself, revealing some of its captivating details.
One of the minor new features of the DJI Mini 4 Pro is the revamped gimbal protection cover, an essential piece to keep the camera and gimbal protected.
But there's more. Besides the new gimbal cover, we notice the different shape and positioning of the obstacle avoidance sensors. Indeed, these sensors now mirror those found in DJI's more advanced models – the DJI Mavic 3 series and the DJI Air 3.
Design-wise, while much remains consistent with its predecessor, the Mini 4 Pro boasts enhanced stability. How? With the addition of feet on its front legs, ensuring stable take-offs and landings with less chance of the mini-drone tipping over.
The photo above shows the rudimentary design and positioning of the obstacle avoidance sensors on the DJI Mini 4 Pro's predecessor, the DJI Mini 3 Pro. Also, notice the absence of the stabilizing feet on the front legs. Photo courtesy of DJI.
But the true marvel might lie in its tech. Rumor has it that the Mini 4 Pro will feature DJI's latest OcuSync 4 technology, recently introduced with the DJI Air 3 two months ago. In our experience, DJI's Ocusync 4 has been incredibly good on the DJI Air 3, with many in the drone community echoing similar sentiments.
As we gear up for its official release, there's still a lingering question: When can drone enthusiasts get their hands on this mini-masterpiece? While the exact date remains under wraps, the DJI Mini 4 Pro's recent appearance in the FCC listings suggests that the unveiling is imminent.
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