Leaks from the manual show that the DJI Mavic 3 Pro will come with two cameras, the first of which has a 20MP Micro Four Thirds sensor and a 24mm f/2.8-f/11 lens with an adjustable aperture. With a 20MP resolution on the Four Thirds camera, the DJI Mavic 3 should be able to shoot 5.2K video, giving it similar specs to the Inspire 2 Zenmuse X5S.
DJI is expected to debut a new drone in mid-November, and while the company has yet to announce, there’s a lot of speculation that it will be the DJI Mavic 3 Pro. If the speculations and leaks are to be believed, the DJI Mavic 3 Pro will be larger and more powerful than previous DJI Mavic drones. We’ll go through all we know about the Mavic 3 Pro’s rumoured new release.
The other camera is supposed to be a 12MP telephoto camera with a ½” sensor that stretches out to 160mm, giving you a 15-degree field of view as well as the ability to support 7x optical zoom. Compared to the 1-inch sensor of the Mavic 2 Pro, these dual cameras are quite the upgrade.
The most notable upgrade to the Mavic 3 Pro from other DJI drones is the 46-minute flight time, which is a staggering 15 minutes longer than the Mavic 2 Pro. It should also have a take-off weight of 920g, which is only 13g more than the Mavic 2 Pro. Leaks also suggest the drone will have direct USB-C charging as well as a microSD card slot. Lastly, it’s been rumored that the drone’s gimbal will automatically lock when the drone is turned off.
Rumor also has it that the Mavic 3 Pro will come with omnidirectional obstacle detection, just like the Mavic 2 Pro. It should also have all of the same intelligent flight modes such as ActiveTrack, QuickShot, Panorama, and Hyperlapse. The word is still out on whether or not it will be an upgraded version of ActiveTrack.