DJI Mavic 3 Pro Leaked

DJI Mavic 3 Pro
DJI Mavic 3 Pro

There is no doubt that DJI makes one of the best-selling drones on the market and the brand is looking to up its game with the DJI Mavic 3 Pro. Leaker Jasper Ellens is reporting that the upcoming Mavic 3 Pro could have some major surprises in store for us. DroneDJ reports this drone should be out this November.

With the Mavic 2 Pro being launched three years ago, an update on DJI’s “Pro” drone series was long overdue. This year should fill the gap though by providing industry-leading specifications and upgrades. The report from DroneDJ points out that the drone will now last for 46 minutes per charge compared to the just over 30 minutes battery life that we typically see on other DJI Pro drones.

Beyond the battery improvements though, we can also expect some new internal hardware with an entirely new camera with its own sensor and lens. The Mavic Pro 3 is reportedly going to ship with a dual-camera system that enables consumers to use an ultrawide and telephoto camera at the same time on the drone. The sensors are 20MP and 12 MP respectively if you’re taking stills, and appear to offer 5.2K video.

The drone may have direct USB-C charging which is a lot more convenient than having to remove the battery and charge the cell. We can also expect a small weight increase from 907g on the Mavic 2 Pro to 920g on the Mavic 3 Pro.

Along with the normal edition, we can also expect a “Cine edition” which will offer better and faster storage along with a brand new version of DJI’s Smart Controller.

As for the pricing, the Mavic 3 Pro should be $1600 at launch which is the same as the price of the Mavic 2 Pro now and the Cine edition should be an extra $1000.

It will be very interesting to see what the new camera specifications will exactly be like and how much extra consumers will have to pay for the upgrade!

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