Following a leak in June, DJI’s sub-250-gram entry-level drone, the DJI Mini SE, is now available in the United States. At $300, the Mini SE is DJI’s most affordable drone.
As noted by Drone DJ, the DJI Mini SE is essentially a cheaper version of DJI’s original Mini. In our review of the Mini in 2019, we called it ‘the perfect drone for beginners.’ In 2020, the DJI Mini 2 came out. In our DJI Mini 2 review, we remarked that the Mini 2 built upon the excellent concept of the original Mini and included significant improvements.
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