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DJI Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine drones with Hasselblad 28x zoom cam and 46 mins flight time launched!

DJI launches the new Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine drones with 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad cameras, 15Km Max transmission range and more launched!
DJI Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine drones with Hasselblad 28x zoom cam and 46 mins flight time launched!
DJI Mavic 3 Cine

DJI's new pro drones?

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Fly More Combo

DJI has announced the latest drones in its Mavic lineup named the Mavic 3 and the Mavic 3 Cine. These new drones offer dual-camera systems with improved sensors, omnidirectional obstacle sensing and improved flight time and more.

One of the biggest new features is the Hasselblad-branded L2D-20c dual-camera array that was born from DJI's engineering and from Hasselblad's proprietary Natural Color Solution technology. The dual-camera array is made up of the 20MP f/2.8 main camera with a 4/3rds CMOS sensor with a 24mm full-frame equivalent lens that can capture 12-bit Raw files while the secondary camera is a 12MP f/4.4 1/2-inch CMOS sensor with a 162mm full-frame equivalent telephoto lens. Both cameras work together to offer a 28x hybrid optical + digital zoom function.

The main difference between the vanilla version and the Cine version is that the Mavic 3 Cine can capture ProRes 422 High Quality at a maximum data rate of 3,772 Mbps.

Both drones can capture up to 5.1K at 50fps, DCI or UHD 4K/120p fps and 1080 at 200fps at up to 200Mbps H.264 and up to 140Mpbs H.265. The standard Mavic 3 has an internal storage of 8GB while the Cine has a 1TB SSD built-in. It is designed to hold larger ProRes 422 HQ video files. The Cine also comes with the new 10Gbps Lightspeed Data Cable that makes it easier to transfer ProRes files quickly from the drone to your device.

The standard Mavic 3 comes with the RC-N1 Remote controller that came with the Mavic Air 2S and the Mavic Mini while the Mavic Cine comes with the all-new RC Pro. This new controller comes with a new 1000-nit 5.5-inch display.

DJI has also upgraded both models with the new Advanced Pilot Assistance Program (APAS) version 5.0. This new system receives input from six fisheye vision sensors and two wide-angle sensors that are used to detect obstacles in all directions. The company claims that the latest version not only moves with the subject in all directions, it can also track said object if it moves out of the frame and reacquires subjects quickly.

Alongside the new drone is DJI's new O3+ transmission system for the Mavic 3. This allows a maximum control range of 15km or 9.3 miles with a clear, live video feed at 1080 at 60fps.

The drone can fly at a maximum speed of 21 meters per second or 47mph in sport mode and can fly as far as 30km.

The Mavic 3 weighs 895 grams while the Mavic Cine weighs 899 grams. This makes the Mavic 3 lighter than the Mavic 2 by 8-12 grams. This is impressive as the legs and body of the new drones are longer and slimmer but with a larger 5000mAh battery.

Lastly, DJI has created a storage cover that protects the drone's cameras and gimbal while locking the propellers in place.

International price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

DJI Mavic 3
DJI Mavic 3

DJI Mavic 3 - USD 2,199
DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo - USD 2,999
DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo - USD 4,999

All three models are now available for purchase at the DJI Global website. There is no word yet on Philippine pricing and availability.

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Source: DJI Via, DPreview
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