DJI’s new Mavic 3 Pro is the first drone with a triple-camera system offering multiple focal lengths (24mm/70mm/166mm) for recording both video and stills images.
The new DJI Mavic 3 Pro multi-camera drone in action. (Source: DJI.)
Inheriting the 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera of the Mavic 3 Series, the new Mavic 3 Pro makes it easy to switch between the three on-board cameras to cover establishing shots of the environment with the wide-angle, moving in to a specific location with the medium tele and then focusing on a particular area or character with the 166mm lens. The Hasselblad camera supports shooting 12-bit RAW photos with a native dynamic range of up to 12.8 stops and Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS) for true-to-life colour reproduction. Professional video specifications include image capture at up to 5.1K at 50fps or DCI 4K at 120fps as well as a new 10-bit D-Log M colour mode that supports recording up to one billion colors. All three cameras support Apple ProRes 422 HQ, Apple ProRes 422, and Apple ProRes 422 LT encoding. The drone also has a built-in 1TB SSD and comes with a 10Gbps lightspeed data cable to help facilitate the professional workflow.
The Mavic 3 Pro allows up to 43 minutes of flight time plus Omnidirectional Sensing and APAS 5.0 with eight wide-angle vision sensors the work seamlessly with a high-performance vision computing engine to precisely sense obstacles in all directions and plan a safe flight route to avoid them. Additional features such as Waypoint Flight, Cruise Control and Advanced RTH elevate the automated flight experience.
The DJI Mavic Pro 3 is available to order now at AU$3099 with various bundled accessories. Click here for more information.