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See what the DJI Mavic Mini drone looks like inside

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Veja como é o drone DJI Mavic Mini por dentro

RC Geeks took a good look inside DJI's newest drone, in one post, the portal shares several images demonstrating how DJI was able to make this small aircraft weighing less than 250 grams. Check out some of the images below:

See what the DJI Mavic Mini drone looks like insideSee what the DJI Mavic Mini drone looks like inside

The first step to disassembling the Mavic Mini is to remove the memory card and battery, then the propeller screws are removed to remove the part, leaving the drone looking very different from usual. Check out the image below.

See what the DJI Mavic Mini drone looks like inside

See what the DJI Mavic Mini drone looks like insideSee what the DJI Mavic Mini drone looks like inside

Then it is necessary to proceed more carefully, removing all the screws and fittings that hold the main part of the device body, there are a dozen screws and those who want to move on will need the appropriate tools. To remove the camera from the body it is necessary to first remove the motherboard from the drone, after doing so, just disconnect the wires and make the removal, leaving out a piece that closely resembles the top of the DJI Osmo Pocket. Below is another video of DJI Mavic Mini being disassembled, this one from DDS channel.

These images and the official post can help anyone who ends up needing to make a gadget repair or adjustment, after all, it is not uncommon for drones to experience a crash or other crash problem.

Check out our review of the DJI Mavic Mini drone

The guys at RC Geeks, however, draw attention to the drone disassembly process, they say, rather than a tutorial on how to assemble and disassemble the Mavic Mini, this is a record of their learning from what they discovered during each step. . The site explains:

"Note: This is not an instructional guide for disassembling your drone, but rather a documentation of our research into the new quadcopter's architecture. We are not responsible for any potentially invalidating warranty work performed on your Mavic by yourself, on your own and risk."
RC Geeks, in official note

To view more images, including high resolution, go to original post on RC Geeks website.

Source: RC Geeks, DDS DJI Drone Service

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