The Mavic 3 is DJI’s largest consumer drone to date.
Everything about the all new DJI Mavic 3 has been updated and redesigned, including the camera, range, battery life, and object detection.
The DJI drone looks fantastic. However, it is priced at $ 2,199.
DJI’s next high-end consumer drone is the Mavic 3. The drone is foldable and comes at a premium price.
But it comes with a powerful dual-lens camera and dramatically improved drone-to-controller communication, which could quite possibly justify the price tag.
With that, Mavic 3 is without a doubt the best consumer drone from DJI to date.
Unfortunately, a few critical features weren’t available on the pre-launch firmware, so fans will have to wait for a full evaluation.
According to TechCrunch, here are the new updates of the all new DJI Mavic 3 drone:
A custom Hasselblad L2D-20c aerial camera is included in this dual camera setup. It has a 4/3 CMOS sensor and two lenses: a 24mm fixed focal length lens and a 28x hybrid zoom telephoto lens.
In addition, it is the first DJI drone with 1080p / 60fps live video transmission from the drone to the controller.
With video capabilities up to 5.1k at 50 fps, DCI 4k at 120 fps and 4kat 120 fps, Apple ProRes 422 HQ and H.264 / H.265 are supported.
With new and improved sensors, the improved vision detection system can identify anything from a distance of 5 to 200 meters.
In addition, the flight time has been improved to last up to 46 minutes (5000mAh battery)
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The DJI Mavic 3 has a brand new camera system with two lenses. The primary lens is a beast: a 20 MP 4/3 CMOS sensor, a 24 mm primary lens with an 84 Â° field of view, and a 20 MP 4/3 CMOS sensor.
A 162mm telephoto lens with a 28x hybrid zoom is used on the second camera.
The DJI Mavic 3 also gets a great primary lens, thanks to this arrangement, while the dirty zoom work is delegated to a second camera.
New video formats are supported by the new camera.
As mentioned, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, DCI 4k and 5.1k are all supported by the Mavic 3.
Apple ProRes 422 HQ encoding, on the other hand, is only available on the more expensive version of Mavic 3 Cine, which costs $ 4,999.
The photographs are beautiful right out of the camera. When industry experts compared the photographs to those taken with the DJI Air 2S, they noticed a difference in the tones and delicacy of the shadows, making details brilliant and crisp.
As indicated by the Drone Dj, users will notice two differences between the Mavic 3 and previous models.
For starters, this drone has much more reliable communication links. It will be less likely that users will not lose contact with the drone even if it is flying in areas where other drones have cut off.
The Mavic 3 transmits live images to the controller at 1080p / 60 resolution, which is twice as fast as previous models.
The longest transmission range, according to DJI, is 15 kilometers. It’s almost 9 miles, which gives it significant range.
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