The DJI Mavic 3 lineup presents cutting-edge imaging features, with the Mavic 3 Pro taking a leap forward in drone camera technology with its triple-camera system. It comprises three sensors and lenses of varying focal lengths, making it a significant upgrade. The Mavic 3 Pro boasts a Hasselblad camera and two telephoto cameras, enabling a broad spectrum of shooting options and ample creative freedom to capture breathtaking landscapes, convey photographic narratives, and create cinematic marvels.
The Mavic 3 Pro boasts three lenses, providing a plethora of creative options. Its triple-camera system allows for multiple focal lengths, allowing for a wider range of photographic expressions and greater creativity with its exceptional multi-scenario abilities. The drone's display also makes it easy to switch between focal lengths, enabling you to employ unique composition styles for different scenarios. The Mavic 3 Pro's enhanced efficiency in tri-camera aerial photography makes it easier for you to transform your inspiration into innovative works.
The DJI Mavic 3 Pro is an ideal pick for professional content creators, as it enhances the already-impressive 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera of the Mavic 3 series. The camera supports 12-bit RAW photos and offers a native dynamic range of up to 12.8 stops, leading to stunning image clarity. The Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution (HNCS) provides accurate color replication, which means you can capture stunning shots without the need for extensive post-production or complex color adjustments.
The Mavic 3 Pro features a larger image sensor that brings multiple benefits, such as better resolution, dynamic range, and more effective noise suppression in low-light environments. The larger sensor helps the Mavic 3 produce clean and grain-free images even in low-light conditions.
Wider Dynamic Range: 12.8 Stops
The Mavic 3 Pro's 4/3 inch image sensor boasts a dynamic range of 12.8 stops, which captures more detail in both shadows and highlights. This feature results in high-quality imagery with more natural transitions between highlights and shadows, providing more visual information and depth to images.
The Mavic 3 Pro allows adjusting aperture to suit different lighting conditions, which is particularly useful for aerial photographers.
Wide Field of View:
The Mavic 3 Pro has a 24mm equivalent autofocus lens that captures a wide field of view of 84°, allowing for more detailed and sharp imagery.
Vision Detection Auto Focus (VDAF):
The Mavic 3 Pro's Hasselblad camera incorporates VDAF technology that works with multiple vision sensors, utilising distance data and optimising focusing speed for enhanced image quality.
The DJI Mavic 3 Pro comes equipped with two tele cameras, each offering unique features and benefits. The medium tele camera, with its versatile nature, is suitable for various scenes and themes, compressing the depth of field and focusing on the subject to create a visually striking center of gravity. The drone captures a concerto of light and shadow, leaving you free to focus on your inspiration. The 70mm focal length of the camera allows for a unique spatial compression effect in timelapse videos, adding depth and dimension to your footage.
The Mavic 3 Pro's upgraded tele camera, on the other hand, features a wider f/3.4 aperture and higher resolution, enabling 4K/60fps video recording and 12MP photo capture with 7x optical zoom. The hybrid zoom function can even reach up to 28x, providing a level of immersion in image details that was previously unattainable.
With the Mavic 3 Pro's tele cameras, you no longer need to risk flying close to capture high-quality aerial photographs. You can safely and efficiently observe wildlife from a distance without disturbing them, or scout remote mountain ranges and buildings with ease.
The Mavic 3 Pro is equipped with features that prioritize safety and ease of use, so you can focus on capturing the perfect shot. The drone uses wide-angle vision sensors and a powerful computing engine to detect obstacles in all directions, allowing it to plan safe flight paths. Additionally, the Advanced RTH feature enables the drone to automatically find the safest route back to its takeoff point and land safely, even if the user loses signal or initiates the return manually. The Advanced Pilot Assistance System (APAS) 5.0 can detect obstacles in all directions, enabling smooth and swift obstacle avoidance during complex flights.
With a 43-minute flight time and a 50% higher wind resistance than its predecessor, the Mavic 3 Pro provides extended flight time and stable flight performance. The drone can fly longer distances and send signals more stably with less delay thanks to its O3+ and optional Cellular Transmission Dongle systems. You can use the 4G network to establish a smooth, stable connection when the O3+ signals are blocked by buildings, trees, or other obstacles. The drone is also capable of transmitting a Full HD 1080p/60fps live feed, which improves responsiveness to commands and provides a high-quality display that is close to what the camera records.