The DJI MAVIC 3 is released!
Some great news had just arrived for the fans of DJI drones and their other products.
DJI announced an official event scheduled for November 5, 2021, | 2:00 AM GMT+1 Live Event. According to many reports, the long-awaited Mavic 3 Pro will most likely be released just then.
DJI MAVIC 3 is already released
As we’ve written a couple of weeks ago, the new Mavic 3 probably will have the following specifications:
According to our researches, the brand new DJI Mavic 3 will have the following features and technical specifications.
- It will have an Infrared Detection System;
- 3-axis Gimbal with 5.2 K Video and 20MP photo camera;
- Some intelligent flight modes as Hyperlapse, Active Track, Obstacle Avoidance, Panorama, and QuickShot.
The weight of the drone is expected to be near 920 grams and the Durations of the flight – near 46 minutes. The release date of DJI Mavic 3 is close, just few days.
With all these specifications, if they correspond correctly, this drone – Mavic 3, will be one real preferable drone.
One thing is sure. This is that on November 5th DJI will release a brand new product. The cover photo tells that it’s about something related to Air and flying. The slogan is “Imaging Above Everything”. So the logic leads for the new drone – the new Mavic 3. And the Release date of DJI MAVIC 3 is clear and fixed.
The Mavic 3 drone is already released and you can read its official technical specifications.
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