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DJI Creates New Aerial Photography Possibilities With Mavic 3

A global leader in civilian drones and camera technology, DJI has launched the latest version for its highly-popular drone series, the Mavic 3. Offering better sensors, a dual-camera system, omnidirectional sensing, smarter flight modes and longer flight times, consumers can expect a comprehensive list of improvements for its iconic folding camera drone.

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Having gained a reputation for creating the world’s best and most popular drones, this timely update aims to impress consumers. As the "ultimate tool for capturing the world from above", the Mavic 3 features a new design from tip to tail.

It makes use of a 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera, 28x hybrid zoom camera, omnidirectional obstacle sensors with a maximum 200-meter range and redesigned batteries that provide up to 46 minutes of flight time. It also has upgraded hardware and software which can process 5.1K video at 50 frames per second with heightened low-light sensitivity and supports 4K 120 FPS for higher-quality results for slow-motion footage. Meanwhile, the enhanced Mavic 3 Cine edition makes use of Apple ProRes 4:2:2 HQ encoding for better video processing and has an internal 1TB SSD onboard for high-speed data storage.

Credit: DJI

This latest update has been three years in the making, which, according to Ferdinand Wolf, creative director of DJI Europe, has been an arduous journey for DJI engineers who had to deal with complex technical problems. "The result is incredible. Mavic 3 enables users to effortlessly make epic shots without compromising on the small size, stunning performance, pervasive flight safety, and dazzling image quality. We are confident that this drone will astonish videography and photography enthusiasts, as well as professional production houses and media workers around the globe."

Other highlights of the Mavic 3 include a new array of intelligent modes - MasterShots, Panorama and QuickTransfer for users to better create and edit their photos and videos.

  • MasterShots - Users can create high-quality content quicker. Videos can be created in minutes and easily shared.

  • Panorama Mode - Pictures can be directly stitched and processed by the drone even without the DJI Fly App or any post-production.

  • QuickTransfer - Materials can be stored and processed on users’ mobile devices without the need to link with the remote controller. Mavic 3 can transmit materials from the drone to the mobile device quickly through the Wi-Fi 6 protocol.

The Mavic 3 is now available at and authorised retail partners in several configurations:

  • The Mavic 3 Standard version retails for S$3,129 and includes the Mavic 3 drone, one Intelligent Flight Battery, one RC-N1 Remote Controller, three RC-N1 Cables, one Battery Charger, one Storage Cover, three Propellers (pair) and other essential items.

  • The DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo retails for S$3,979 and includes Mavic 3 drone, one Intelligent Flight Battery, one RC-N1 Remote Controller, three RC -N1 Cables, one Battery Charger, one Battery Charging Hub, one Storage Cover, six Propellers (pair), ND Filters Set (ND4\8\16\32), one Convertible Carrying Bag and other essential items.

  • The DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Comboretails for S$7,339, includes a built-in 1TB SSD and supports Apple ProRes 4:2:2 HQ video recording. The Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo also has more extensive contents, which include the Mavic 3 Cine drone, three Intelligent Flight Batteries, one DJI RC Pro, one Battery Charger, one Battery Charging Hub, one Storage Cover, six Propellers (pair), ND Filters Set (ND4\8\16\32), ND Filters Set (ND64\128\256\512), one Convertible Carrying Bag, DJI 10Gbps Lightspeed Data Cable and other essential items.


Written by Abby Rebong

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