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Mini 4 Pro: A Skyward Upgrade!

Prepare for liftoff! DJI Mini 4 Pro soars with our latest firmware. More exciting features are on the horizon, catering to both pros and beginners.

Navigate Safely, Switch Views with a Tap - Vision Assist 

Experience visual assistance from the front, back, left, and right. Simply tap the screen to switch the Vision Assist view and see obstacles from various directions on the flight. 

Effortlessly Capture Dynamic Shots - ActiveShots 360°

Enhance Solo Adventures with Mini 4 Pro's ActiveShots 360°! Capture footage while running, biking, or skateboarding. The omnidirectional obstacle sensing ensures smooth shots in any environment. 

Manual Mode: You can customize the route from multiple directions and use the Manual wheel to achieve cinematic camera movements like circling, pulling in, and pulling away.

Auto Mode: Frame the subject, and Mini 4 Pro will automatically plan and execute the flight route. Even during dynamic shots, it can intelligently switch between multiple perspectives and camera movements.

Boost Mini 4 Pro with FPV flight - Immersive Flight Experience

The Mini 4 Pro camera drone can be used with DJI Goggles Integra, DJI Goggles 2, and DJI RC Motion 2 to unlock an FPV flight experience, ushering you into a world of enhanced flight enjoyment.

Begin Your Aerial Adventures

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• Added features require DJI Fly v1.12.4 or later.

• If the update fails, restart aircraft, remote controller, and DJI Fly or DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series), and retry.

• Make sure to update the firmware of the aircraft, goggles, and motion controller before linking. The user can use DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drone Series) to update the firmware of each device individually or use the DJI Fly app to update the firmware:

a. Aircraft: Update the firmware with the remote controller.

b. Goggles and Motion Controller: Power on the goggles and the motion controller. Connect the USB-C port of the goggles to a mobile device, run DJI Fly, and select Profile > Device Management. Locate the corresponding goggles. Select Firmware Update and follow the on-screen instructions to update the firmware.