DJI, a company from Shenzhen, has just updated its flagship camera. DJI wants to meet the needs of amateur to professional users by presenting the DJI Mavic 3. In addition to the DJI Mavic 3, a special Mavic 3 Cine series is also introduced which is intended for video creators with several additional features that make it easy. DJI did not update the design, except for the camera module, complete with the sensors used.
Far superior to the previous generation, the Mavic 3 will be able to produce better video content. Using camera sensors from Hasselblad. Indeed, since four years ago, DJI has not really displayed its products using the Hasselblad logo. However, this time DJI did not want to miss the opportunity to raise the prestige. Added the “Hasselblad Natural Color Solution” solution which can display better recording results.
Supporting Apple ProRes Format
The Mavic 3 brings a completely new dual sensor setup. Not only is the main sensor large at 20MP, but its physical dimensions are now much larger. It uses a Micro Four Thirds sensor with a 24mm viewing angle. In addition to being able to record video up to 5.1K 50fps or 4K 120fps resolution, the sensor lens supports a diaphragm that can change from f/2.8 to f/11. While both sensors have a 12MP resolution with a focal length of 162mm. Control is now also further up to 15km in open areas and 3km in urban areas.
For the battery, this device has a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh and can record in a duration of 46 minutes. Supports fast charging up to 65W with a removable USB-C port that can also be attached to other batteries.
While the special series, Mavic 3 Cine is capable of recording video with Apple’s ProRes 422 HQ format on its latest iPhone. DJI also sells it as a package with the DJI RC Pro controller, and the storage capacity is much larger, namely a non-removable 1TB SSD.
Price of The DJI Mavic 3
In the future, the DJI Mavic 3 series will get an update to the Active Track 5.0 feature. Able to follow the subject with more precision, even when out of frame though. The standard package retails for $ 2,199 which includes a joystick and additional propellers. While the Cine series retails for $4,999, it includes the DJI RC Pro remote and an additional ND filter package.