DJI has announced its latest flagship drone product, the DJI Mavic 3 Pro, the fourth iteration in the Mavic 3 product line.
Its three cameras let the Mavic Pro capture a variety of footage under different conditions. The first is a 12MP f/3.4 1/2″ CMOS Tele Camera with 7x optical zoom. The second camera is a 48MP f/2.8 1/1.3″ CMOS Medium Tele Camera with 3x optical zoom. Finally, the third camera is a 20MP f/2.8-f/11 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad Camera. The cameras also have a variety of focal lengths. The drone comes in a normal and a Pro option. The Pro version comes with Mavic 3 Pro Cine which has support for Apple ProRes.
The drone has a 43-minute maximum flight time, all while being able to transmit video over 15 kilometers.
DJI says the camera is designed for a range of different photography situations, and the framing variations above back this up. The cameras support a new log format called D-log M, which delivers “natural color gradations with delicate details”. Supposedly, this new log format is easier to color grade than typical log footage.
The base model costs $2199, while the pro version goes for $3889. Both have more expensive bundle options that include things like extra batteries and other accessories.
Learn more and purchase the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Pro here.