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Finding a gift for a teen can be challenging. If they are anything like my 13 year old they are no longer into toys, and like to spend their free time making videos for social media. In addition, my teen likes to spend his time playing video games as well as tossing around a football with his friends and younger brother.
Of course there are always the fall back presents like a gift card or clothes, but why not give them something that encourages them to get up and move (not to mention it incorporates in all those teen things they like to do).
This gift idea I am talking about is the DJI Global Mavic Mini Quadcopter, and I say this because this drone includes tech as well as play into one remote controlled device.
Some of the neat features included with the Mavic Mini Quadcopter are:
30-min Max. Flight Time
At 249 g Ultralight the Mavic Mini’s weight allows it to stay in the air longer than similar consumer FlyCams on the market. Users can enjoy up to 30 minutes of flight time with a fully-charged battery.
4 km HD Video Transmission
For the teen who likes to record video, be outside, and use a gaming controller, this is a perfect combination of all three. The dedicated remote controller maintains an HD, low-latency video feed at a distance of up to 4 km. This is a great way to utilize the hand eye coordination from playing video games.
Plus, it supports 12MP aerial photos and 2.7K Quad HD videos. A 3-axis motorized gimbal provides superior camera stability and ensures clear, ultra-smooth footage.
Videos are easy with simplified Recording & Editing
They can feel like professionals with QuickShot modes. This includes Dronie, Circle, Helix, and Rocket. Simply select QuickShot and it will execute an elaborate preset motion while recording. Take the automatically generated short video and it can be instantly shared with friends on social media.
DJI Fly app
For the teen that is into social media, the DJI Fly app gives users integrated access to SkyPixel, a social media platform for users to share their aerial photos and videos. They can browse work, share their own, and even discover scenic shooting locations in the area. This would be an awesome way to share my son’s football passes.
Two-Way Charging Hub
The Two-Way Charging Hub can charge up to three batteries in sequence. It can also be used to store and transport batteries, and even as a power bank to charge a mobile device.
DIY Creative Kit
Your teen can make the FlyCam truly theirs with this kit that includes shell stickers and colorful markers.
They can show off the Mavic Mini while charging it with this convenient charging base.
DJI Mini Bag
Your teen can be ready for their next adventure by packing the Mavic Mini and Two-Way Charging Hub easily with a signature shoulder bag that’s perfect for everyday use.
I know my oldest son would love to find something like this under the Christmas Tree, look for the Mavic Mini Quadcopter at Best Buy!
Carlee @ FLL
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