DJI has announced the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 cine, the new third-generation drones in the well-known Mavic series.
Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 cine drones have a 47 minute flight time. Both the drones have two different cameras and two different sensors. They can record up to 5.1K video at 50fps as well as 4K at up to 120fps. They use a 28x hybrid zoom camera and a 4/3 CMOS sensor Hasselblad camera, which features a 1/2″ sensor. Their all directional hurdle sensors now have a maximum 200-meter range, and they also have a whopping 46 minutes of flight time.
The Mavic 3 Cine probably has the same features as Mavic 3, excluding they allow users to capture in ProRes 422 HQ at a maximum data rate of 3772 Mbps. The Mavic 3 Cine comes with a built-in 1TB SSD to manage the big quantity of data from the ProRes codec and high frame rate videos. The latest DJI Lightspeed Data Cable of 10Gbps will support in speeding up the transmissions of large files from SSD to your computer.
Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 cine have been built upon the success of formerly Mavic offerings. The DJI has enriched and upgraded the Mavic line since the beginning of the original Mavic Pro, which was declared in 2016.
Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 cine are the DIJ’s first-ever drones to include two sensors and two cameras. The L2D-20c in-flight camera operates a 4/3″ CMOS sensor with 20MP. The wide-angle camera has the choice to choose either an electronic or a mechanical shutter. The second camera is a 162mm telephoto with 28x Hybrid Zoom and an aperture of f/4.4. This camera uses its own 1/2″ sensor and has a least directing distance of 3m / 9.84′. If you enable search mode, then the Camera zoom will surpass 7x and Mavic 3 will spontaneously shift to the telephoto camera. x
The cost of the Mavic 3 cine is $4,999 and Mavic 3 is $2,199.