For the first time, the DJI Mavic 3 Pro utilizes a triple camera system
The triple camera DJI Mavic 3 Pro has officially launched and sure it looks like a whole lot of fun to use. For the same price as the Mavic 3, which will no longer be in production as informed by DJI, it effectively adds a 70mm mid-telephoto camera to its arsenal.
Carried over to the DJI Mavic 3 Pro is the 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera from the Mavic 3 Series, which can capture images at up to 5.1K at 50 frames per second or DCI 4K at 120 frames per second, and 12-bit RAW photographs with a native dynamic range of up to 12.8 stops. The new 10-bit D-Log M color mode allows for smoother color grading, natural color gradations, and recording of up to one billion colors.
That extra camera has come at the slight cost of battery life and adds more weight, which means that it’ll be considered as a C2 Class drone in Europe. This entails that users are required to fly it at a distance of 50m from people. In addition, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, Apple ProRes 422, and Apple ProRes 422 LT encoding are supported by each of the three Cine cameras. The drone also comes with a built-in 1TB SSD and a 10Gbps lightspeed data cable.
The drone has a maximum flight time of 46 minutes and a maximum transmission range of 15 kilometers with omnidirectional obstacle sensing. A FocusTrack auto-lock capability and an Advanced RTH system that enables the drone to automatically map a course back to the operator are notable features.
The triple camera DJI Mavic 3 Pro is now available to order at select retailers as well as the DJI website. A variety of sets are offered, with prices beginning at $2,199. Shipping is scheduled to begin in May.