DJI’s new Mavic 3 Pro is coming out this November and it looks set to be one heck of a beast when it does.
But, at $USD 1600, it probably should do at least that if not more.
Of course, we’ll have to wait and see what the drone’s actual specs are when it is officially unveiled.
Until then, however, we’ve got some good rumors to go by that indicate the new DJI Mavic 3 Pro a dual-camera system with one rocking a 20MP 4/3-inch sensor according to a report from PetaPixel citing DroneDJ.
The other camera has a 1/2-inch 12MP sensor according to this report.
The 20MP camera is a wide-angle camera 24mm lens with 84-degree field of view and f/2.8 to f/11 variable aperture while the 12MP camera also has a telephoto zoom of 160mm with a 15-degree field of view and f/4.4 aperture.
Charging for the unit is done via USB-C with a full charge promising 46 minutes of flight.
The USB-C charging option would eliminate the need for DJI’s proprietary charging system as well as the need for the user to remove the batteries from the unit.
Another source, Jasper Ellens, is backing up these specs also reveals that DJI will keep the Mavic name exclusive to its new top-of-the-line unit. If he is correct, this would relegate the Air and Mini branding to the dustbin.
One thing is certain and that is we won’t have to wait long to see what DJI has in store for us.
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