DJI’s long-awaited Mavic 3 prosuming drone and Action 2 waterproof camera have appeared in the FCC database – which is usually the last step before a product hits the market.
The FCC, or Federal Communications Commission, issues unique codes to businesses to identify wireless products on the market. The US government agency looks at different products from many different angles, essentially ensuring that the wireless signals emitted by a device are within accepted limits and comply with US communications law and regulations.
So when a product receives an FCC code after rigorous testing, it becomes safe to assume that its release is imminent.
DJI Mavic 3: FCC ID SS3-L2P2104
The FCC documents mention two models of drones: the L2A, which is the DJI Mavic 3, and the L2P, which refers to the DJI Mavic 3 Cine version.
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On the label, we can see that the new DJI drone is powered by a 15.4 V, 5,000 mAH, 77 Wh battery. This is a stunning improvement over the battery in its predecessor, the Mavic 2 series, which was supported by a 3,850 mAh.
As DroneDJ reported earlier, the Mavic 3 will offer an incredible 46 minutes flight time – which is a solid addition of 15 minutes of flight time on the Mavic 2. That incredible flight time could very well become a prime marketing feature for the Mavic 2. eagerly awaited drone from DJI.
New DJI remote control: RC Pro
Along with the Mavic 3, another product has appeared in the FCC database – a new intelligent controller designed to maximize the outdoor flying experience with the Mavic 3 or other aircraft equipped with DJI’s proprietary video transmission system, OcuSync. 3.0.
The new RC Pro would allow the Mavic 3 to transmit HD video in real time up to a distance of 15 km or almost 10 miles. Note that the RC Pro is delivered in the box with the Cine version of the drone.
The Mavic 3 and RC Pro are slated for release on November 5.
DJI Action 2: FCC ID 2ANDR-MC2112021
DJI’s latest action camera, Action 2, has also surfaced in new FCC files. With an expected release date of October 27, the Action 2 is likely to come with a 1 / 1.7-inch CMOS sensor and f / 2.8 aperture, supporting a wide 155-degree field of view. . As mentioned in our exclusive report, the camera will feature a new modular design and make filming more fun with a host of cool accessories.
FCC documents further reveal that the Action 2 camera will support a wireless tablet, details of which have yet to be released. So, be sure to log back in for the latest update.
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