DJI Announces the Triple-Camera Mavic 3 Pro Drone

DJI Announces the Triple-Camera Mavic 3 Pro Drone

The DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone is here, and it brings with some of the company's most impressive technology yet, including a new triple-camera system, long flight times, and Hasselblad optics. Here's what you can expect.

The Mavic system has long been the most popular drone system in the world, combining a small, folding footprint with advanced features and image quality. The new Mavic 3 Pro ups the ante with a variety of impressive new features.

  • Three cameras
    • 24mm Hasselblad wide angle: 20-megapixel resolution, adjustable aperture of f/2.8-f/11, 4/3 CMOS sensor, 5.1K video at 50 fps, Hasselblad Natural Color Solution
    • 70mm medium telephoto: 40-megapixel resolution, f/2.8 aperture, 1/1.3" CMOS sensor, 4K at 60 fps, 3x optical zoom 
    • 166mm telephoto: 12-megapixel resolution, f/3.4 aperture, 1/2" CMOS sensor, 4K video at 60 fps, 7x optical zoom
  • Omnidirectional obstacle sensing system with APAS 5.0 technology
  • Intelligent Flight Modes
    • Waypoint Flight
    • Cruise Control
    • Hyperlapse
    • MaserShots
    • FocusTrack
    • Panorama
    • QuickShots
  • 43 minutes of flight time
  • O3+ transmission with range of up to 9/3 miles
  • Supports optional DJI Goggles 2, Goggles Integra, and RC Motion 2
  • Maximum horizontal speed: 47.0 mph / 21 m/s

  • Maximum ascent speed: 17.9 mph / 8 m/s

  • Maximum descent speed: 13.4 mph / 6 m/s

  • Maximum wind resistance: 26.8 mph / 12 m/s

  • 8 GB internal storage

We currently have a Mavic 3 Pro in testing and look forward to providing you with a full review. In the meantime, you can preorder yours here.

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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My concern is still this is a Chinese company, and with the recent trade and embargos that's ongoing is this going to be treated as a security risk or be blocked from getting updates.

DJI make great hardware they just have this cloud hanging over them.