DJI gave substantial upgrades to the successor of the Mavic Mini, which was just announced. Now called the Mini 2 (as part of DJI simplifying model names), it can now shoot 4K30 videos at 100mbps and now has double thew wireless range thanks to DJI’s OcuSync 2. You can also shoot RAW photos if you want the best possible image quality, along with auto exposure bracketing.
As for the motors, DJI upgraded them for faster acceleration and maximum speed, along with a bump in battery life and better resistance to gusts of wind. All of these upgrades while keeping the same form factor and the extra light 249g weight.
As for local pricing, the Mini 2 will be available on November 20 in the Philippines for Php 21,990 for the basic package (Mini 2, battery, remote). The FlyMore Combo, which adds two batteries, carrying case, and a charging hub, will cost you Php 28,990.