Some time ago, there was a rumor that DJI might update the Mavic series this year, finally releasing the DJI Mavic 3 after a lapse of three years.
According to a new report, a whistleblower @Aerial Family has published a set of hd renderings of dJI’s new Mavic 3 uav, showing off the design of the phone.
According to the pictures, DJI Mavic 3 still adopts the folding body scheme, which is more portable as a whole. The streamline of the body is very similar to the previous generation, but there is a very striking change. The pin-top camera adopts the dual-camera scheme, and the big logo of Hasselblad is very conspicuous, which should be the imaging style that has been adjusted together with Hasselblad.
According to the information on the exterior of the dual-camera module, the two cameras should have separate wide-angle and telephoto functions. The wide-angle has an F2.8 aperture, and the telephoto lens should support 7x zoom, allowing for a wider range of applications and more shooting gameplay.
Dji Mavic 3 will also support 5.7K video recording, as well as ProRes RAW video recording, which will improve picture quality.
The Mavic will also have a 1TB of internal storage and a 5000 or 6000mAh battery to provide more than 40 minutes of flight life, sources said.
The Mavic 3 also features improved obstacle detection, with the front and rear obstacle avoidance sensors moved to corner positions.