DJI Tello got a lot of competition in the last time when it comes to quadcopters under $100. In this article, we will align the DJI Trello and the Xiaomi Mitu head to head and compare every aspect of them. So in case you are searching for a modest drone for infrequent recordings and photographs and loads of fun, they may be intriguing for you. However, which one suits you best? After this Xiaomi MITU VS DJI Tello article you will have your answer.
Image Stabilization: No
1600 x 1200 photos
920 mAh battery
10 min flight time
4GB internal storage
micro USB port
50m distance / 25m height
164ft distance / 82ft height
Size: 9,1 x 9,1 x 3,8 cm
3.6 x 3.6 x 1.5 in
In the Box:
Drone, 1 Battery, 6 propellers, propeller guards, USB cable
Price: 59.99 USD
Image Stabilization: Yes
2592 x 1936 photos
1120 mAh battery
13 min flight time
recorded on smartphone
micro USB port
100m distance / 10m height
328ft distance / 33ft height
Size: 9,8 x 9,3 x 4,1 cm
3.8 x 3.6 x 1.6 in
In the Box:
Drone, 1 Battery, 8 propellers, propeller guards, no cable
Price: 79.00 USD
Both Xiaomi Mitu and DJI Tello show an exceptionally great and sturdy material. Entirely better than I anticipated. DJI Tello has a pleasant, smooth completion on the body, Xiaomi Mitu a rubberised base that retains more earnestly arrivals.
One significant factor is the battery life. As we probably are aware from the specs, DJI Tello gives us a longer flight time. With a 920 mAh battery, the Xiaomi Mitu can provide a 10 min flight time. As for the DJI Tello, it has an 1120 mAh battery that can give enough power for 13 min of flight time
Be that as it may, what might be said about the cost of them? It is safe to say that they are modest, so you can get large numbers of them or costly? As they are accessible in various bundles. If you want some extra batteries for the Xiaomi Mitu the charger holds 2 batteries which you can get in a set including both for 17.99 USD. For the Ryze Tello, the first battery is additionally displayed on the DJI Website. You can get a bunch of 2 batteries and a charger (which holds 3 batteries) for 41.99 USD.
Both of the quadcopters have a physical controller that looks like a controller from a console. As for the function they both have almost the same specs and features. The joystick, shoulder buttons and even the buttons for special flight modes are almost situated at the same place.
However, when it comes to distance the Xiaomi Mitu can fly as far as 50m distance / 25m height. While the one from DJI Trello can fly 100m distance / 10m height. So in distance, the winner is the Trello and in height the Mitu. However, make sure to fly the drone as far as you can see it.
There is an app associated with each of the drones, and they almost look the same. Both of them are accessible for iOS and Android. You got two virtual joysticks that you can characterize in the application settings. There are assigned catches to begin/stop video recording or snap a picture. They have a take-off/land button, Xiaomi Mitu likewise one for hand dispatch. With DJI Tello Throw&Go is performed by means of the flight mode menu while. There are additionally fastens for the few flight modes, later on, I have a different area on the accessible alternatives.
This is likely the greatest and most significant qualification with regards to drones as a general rule. The contrast between the two can be really clear once in a while and not really clear in various conditions. Be that as it may, I have chosen for a victor in the wake of seeing sufficient film for both.
The Xiaomi Mitu has a 2MP sensor and it’s able to make 720p videos and 1600×1200 photos. Unfortunately, there is no image stabilization built-in in the drone, so most of the time your image will be blurry. The DJI Tello has a 5MP Sensor and can take 720p videos just like the MITU, but when it comes to photos it can make 2592×1936 resolution photos. And this one has integrated image stabilization, so your photos will have a higher quality.
As you may observe, the DJI Tello is superior in most of the categories. A thing that we are used to from DJI. They always make the best drones. However, they usually have a higher price. The Xiaomi can almost do the same things as the DJI Tello, and you can get it for a lower price. So from now on, it’s on you what is more important. The higher quality specs or the price.