DJI introduced the new member of the Mavic 3 series. Drawing attention with Apple ProRes support and Hasselblad triple camera, let’s see what the Mavic 3 Pro offers with its features.
After the DJI Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Classic, the Mavic 3 Pro was introduced. The DJI Mavic 3 Pro is the second drone model to appear in less than two weeks. DJI’s new drone retains the 4/3-inch primary, 1/1.2-inch telephoto camera while adding a second telephoto camera.
DJI Mavic 3 Pro features
The Mavic 3 Pro’s Hasselblad camera shoots at a maximum resolution of 5.1K at up to 50fps and can record 120fps slow motion video in DCI 4K mode. The new 3x camera can record 4K/60fps video and take 48-megapixel photos. The Mavic 3 Pro’s telephoto camera has an aperture of f/3.4 and allows 4K/60fps video recording.
Camera improvements have slightly shortened flight time. The Mavic 3 was able to fly for 46 minutes; Mavic 3 Pro can fly for 43 minutes. 43min is the maximum time you can reach when you don’t use obstacle avoidance technology and don’t shoot video. The Mavic 3 Pro also has a range of 28km, 2km less than the Mavic 3 or Mavic 3 Classic. The Mavic 3 Pro is slightly larger than the Mavic 3, with the same dimensions as the Mavic 3 Classic, but slightly heavier.
Unlike the Cine version of the Mavic 3 Pro, it offers Apple ProRes support and 1TB of internal storage to process these images.
DJI Mavic 3 Pro price
The DJI Mavic 3 Pro will be available for a starting price of $2199. Fly More Combo model with DJI RC controller will be sold for $2999, and Fly More Combo model with RD Pro controller will be sold for $3899. The price of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine model, which draws attention with its 1TB SSD and Apple ProRes support, was announced as $ 4799.