DJI Unveils Mavic 3 Pro and 3 Pro Cine Drones with Three Cameras (3 Photos)

Two weeks after being onlinephotos of DJI Mavic 3 Pro, the company officially introduced the new product. The main innovation is a triple camera setup with Hasselblad. At the same time, the brand also released a quadrocopter version, traditional for the corporate Cine series, for use in cinema.

DJI Mavic 3 Pro received three cameras instead of twopredecessor. The Hasselblad-tuned main unit has a 24mm lens and can shoot 5.1K video at up to 50 fps or DCI 4K @ 120 fps. The second camera was equipped with 166 mm EGF optics and 7x zoom, the third one with 70 mm EGF glass (1/1.3″, 3x zoom). Both can shoot 4K video at 60 fps.

Due to the new camera, the autonomous flight time of the dronedecreased from 46 to 43 minutes, but other characteristics did not change. The device can share files over Wi-Fi 6 at speeds up to 80MB/s, stream video in 1080p @ 60 fps up to 15 km away, and supports DJI's intelligent technologies, including follow the pilot and hold the object in the frame.

In addition, the company showed a cinematicversion of the drone with the prefix Cine. It supports the Apple ProRes format (422 HQ, 422, 422 LT), is equipped with 1 TB of internal memory and a complete cable for transferring footage to a PC at speeds up to 10 Gb / s.

DJI Mavic 3 Pro is now available for pre-order in the USstarting at $2,199 for the base package, and also available as a Fly More version with a controller, carrying case, additional batteries, docking station, propellers, filters and charging cables. The DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine comes in one complete set with the RC Pro Controller for $4799. Deliveries of drones to customers will begin in May this year.