Have you heard about the latest addition to DJI’s Mini Drones lineup? It’s the DJI Mini 3 Pro! This camera drone is super lightweight and portable, weighing less than 249 grams, and can fly for up to 34 minutes. The best part? It has even more built-in features and better flight and camera performance than its predecessors, the Mini 2, Mavic Mini, and Mini SE. If you’re a fan of recording videos, you’ll love the upgraded video recording capabilities of the DJI Mini 3 Pro. It can now record up to 60 frames per second 4K resolution videos, which is a huge improvement from the DJI Mini 2 that could only record up to 30 frames per second. And that’s not all! DJI has also launched a new remote controller called the DJI RC. It comes with a 5.5-inch built-in touchscreen, so you don’t need to attach your smartphone to the controller anymore. Plus, it comes preloaded with the DJI Fly application. How cool is that?
Price & Availability
DJI’s latest miniature drone is presently available for pre-order on the company’s official website in the United States. The DJI Mini 3 Pro is priced at $699 (approximately Rs. 54,000) without a remote controller and is compatible with the RC-N1 remote controllers of previous generation drones. The price of the drone, when bundled with the RC-N1 controller, increases to $759 (approximately Rs. 58,600). The DJI Mini 3 Pro, when paired with the company’s latest touchscreen controller, the DJI RC, is priced at $909 (approximately Rs. 70,200).
The company anticipates commencing shipment of the product by late-May. Information regarding the international availability or pricing of the DJI Mini 3 Pro is currently unavailable.
DJI’s latest addition to the Mini Drone lineup boasts the capability to record videos in 4K resolution at a smooth 60 frames per second. With a maximum flight time of 34 minutes and a weight of under 249 grams, this drone surpasses its predecessor, the DJI Mini 2, which had a maximum flight time of 31 minutes.
In order to bridge the gap between the features of DJI’s larger Air and Mavic series and the smaller Mini Drone lineup, the company has incorporated intelligent capturing modes into the Mini 3 Pro. Equipped with a 1/1.3-inch CMOS camera sensor with an f/1.7 aperture, this drone is capable of capturing images with a resolution of up to 48 megapixels. Additionally, the camera can rotate 90 degrees, allowing for improved vertical shooting.
The DJI Mini 3 Pro offers an extended flight battery option, which increases the maximum flight time to an impressive 47 minutes. Furthermore, it is equipped with the O3 transmission system, enabling a 1080p live feed from distances of up to 12 kilometers.
Safety features have also been enhanced in the new drone. It is equipped with dual-vision sensors on both the front and back, ensuring a safer flight experience. Additionally, the gimbal has been redesigned for improved stability. The Mini 3 Pro also features Tri-Directional Obstacle Sensing, with forward, backward, and downward visual sensors. These sensors enable the Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS) 4.0, which assists the drone in determining safer flight paths.