Le nouveau DJI Mavic 3 Pro et Pro Cine incorporent une nouvelle caméra à moyenne portée.


Hey there drone enthusiasts! Exciting news in the world of aerial filming: DJI is releasing its latest offering, the Mavic 3 Pro, next month. And with it comes the Mavic 3 Pro Cine, perfect for those who are more focused on movie-making magic. Let’s take a closer look at what each drone has to offer.


Both the Mavic 3 Pro and the Mavic 3 Pro Cine come with a new triple-camera system that includes a four-thirds Hasselblad camera, just like the previous model. However, the main shooter now has a 24mm lens, and is joined by a new 70mm medium-tele camera and a 166mm zoom camera that allow for more precise framing.

The Mavic 3 Pro’s Hasselblad camera still shoots at a maximum resolution of 5.1K at up to 50 fps and can do slow-motion 120fps with DCI 4K mode. The new 3x camera can shoot video at 4K/60fps and take photos up to 48 megapixels, all on a 1/1.3” CMOS sensor. The Mavic 3 Pro’s tele camera also supports a wider f/3.4 aperture (previously f/4.4) and 4K/60fps video.


The extra camera power does come at a small cost to battery performance: the Mavic 3 Pro has a maximum flight time of 43 minutes, compared to 46 minutes on the standard Mavic 3. However, these numbers assume you’re not using DJI’s APAS 5.0 obstacle avoidance tech and aren’t shooting video, which could lower the flight time.


Other features that are the same in the Mavic 3 Pro and Mavic 3 Pro Cine include DJI’s “OccuSync” O3+ tech that features 80 MB/s file transfer speeds to your mobile device over Wi-Fi 6 and 1080p/60 live feeds to the DJI RC controller. You’ll also get DJI’s “intelligent” modes like the company’s the stable track shot FocusTrack feature and the ability to automatically shoot and edit videos with MasterShots.


What’s unique about the Mavic 3 Pro Cine is the support for Apple ProRes encoding (422 HQ, 422, and 422 LT) and the inclusion of 1TB of internal storage to handle that footage.


The Mavic 3 Pro comes in different packages, including the Fly More Combo for $2,999, which includes a carry-case, two more sets of propellers, four ND filers, two extra batteries with a charge dock, a protective muzzle, charging cables, and the standard RC controller with a built-in screen. The drone is also sold in a basic package with the controller for $2,199, which is $150 more than the standard Mavic 3.

For serious fliers, there’s the Fly More Combo for $3,889, which includes the same items as above but with an upgraded RC Pro controller that adds a couple of antennas plus the ability to capture a live video feed. The ultimate Mavic 3 Pro Cine is available in the full premium combo package with RC Pro controller for $4,799, which is surprisingly less than the previous Cine model that launched for $5,000.

And that’s it! DJI’s latest drones, the Mavic 3 Pro and the Mavic 3 Pro Cine, offer exciting new features and enhancements to take your aerial filming to the next level. Order now and starting next month, make your film dreams come true.

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