DJI’s smallest and lightest drone model with significant improvements Emerges. The DJI Mini 3 Pro comes with a new design, 4K60 video, a larger image sensor, a larger aperture, obstacle avoidance sensors and even a larger battery option.
DJI Mini 3 Pro Features
First of all, let’s say that the Mini 3 Pro is still less than 250 grams. The Mini 3 Pro has a new and slightly larger 1/1.3-inch sensor compared to the 1/2.3-inch sensor found on the Mini 2. Thus, it can shoot video up to 4K60 FPS and HDR video up to 4K30 FPS. The product can also shoot in a solid color profile to give videographers a few more color options in post-production. The drone can also take photos up to 48 MP with the new camera.
With obstacle avoidance sensors, the drone can do much more with autonomous flight modes. Point of Interest 3.0 can orbit people or buildings. ActiveTrack 4.0, on the other hand, can autonomously track objects while flying parallel to the rear or side with a certain radius and speed. The Mini 3 Pro is also capable of other intelligent flight modes such as MasterShots and can perform pre-programmed flights.
The Mini 3 Pro will come with two battery options. These are the standard battery providing a maximum flight time of 34 minutes on a single charge, and an Intelligent Flight Battery providing a maximum flight time of 47 minutes. In the meantime, it should be noted that the large battery will make the drone heavier than 250 grams.
DJI Mini 3 Pro Price and Release Date
The Mini 3 Pro is available for pre-order abroad starting today. There is no exact release date yet. If you already have a compatible remote like the RC-N1 that comes with the Mini 2, Air 2, and Air 2S, you can simply purchase the drone for $669. If you need the controller, you can buy the drone and the standard RC-N1 for $759. Those who want the new screen-equipped DJI controller with the drone will pay $ 909. In addition to all this, the Fly More Kit package, which offers two extra Intelligent Flight batteries, a charging station, and two propeller sets, carries an extra $189 price tag. The Fly More Kit Plus package, which replaces the standard batteries with larger batteries of 47 minutes, is $249.