DJI Mini 4 Pro
Go Big With Mini
Take it Easy
Take off whenever inspiration strikes. Weighing less than 249 g, Mini 4 Pro was designed for convenience on the go,  and the drone’s weight means there’s no need for training or examinations in most countries and regions.
Out-sized Imaging Performance
Capture more complex details easily with Mini 4 Pro’s camera, powered by a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor featuring Dual Native ISO Fusion, a f/1.7 aperture, and 2.4μm 4-in-1 pixels.  More highlight and shadow details with a high dynamic range means uncompromising results in every frame.
Maximum Visual Impact
Give vibrant scenes the details they deserve with 4K/60fps HDR and 4K/100fps video, while 10-bit D-Log M and HLG help capture a stunning range of colors and provide more flexibility while editing and sharing.
Preserve the natural wonder of any moment. 4K/60fps HDR lets you share the nuances of sunset or sunrise in true-to-life quality.
Now that Skydio has exited the consumer drone business and will never sell me the miniature self-flying drone of my dreams, I’m looking to DJI instead. The fancy marketing for its just-announced DJI Mini 4 Pro suggests we’re at least on the way — because it’s the first Mini with omnidirectional obstacle sensing.
2022’s Mini 3 Pro could already see forwards, backwards, and down, but… we crashed it into a tree pretty fast. The binocular vision in every direction is a potentially huge upgrade if it works well, and the smaller wingspan compared to an Air could also help it fit between trees and/or branches.