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DJI Mavic 3 - Camera Drone with 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad Camera, 5.1K Video, Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing, 46-Min Flight, RC Quadcopter with Advanced Auto Return, Max 15km Video Transmission

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Features

  • Imaging Above Everything - With a 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad Camera, the sensor provides a 12.8-stop dynamic range that retains more details in highlights and shadows, upgrading your work to a professional level.
  • 46 Minutes of Flight Time - Stay in the air longer and capture more with a breathtaking max flight time of 46 minutes. This lets you get all the shots you want on just a single battery.
  • Fly Safer - DJI Mavic 3 drone with camera is equipped with advanced Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing. This lets you fly confidently and safely wherever you are.
  • Explore and Capture more - the DJI Mavic 3 drone offers a 15-kilometer max transmission range, which means you can fly farther to explore and capture more. And with the O3 Plus Transmission system, live feeds are smooth and stable.
  • Smart Return to Home - With a new Advanced RTH system, Mavic 3 camera drone can return to its home point on a fast, safe, and optimized route. Whether activated by low battery or the pilot, getting the quadcopter drone back to you during flight is easier than ever.

Description

Overview Capture stunning imagery with the legendary Hasselblad drone camera and enjoy a smooth flight with omnidirectional obstacle sensing. Every improvement on Mavic 3 sets a higher standard for aerial photography. Fly with Mavic 3 and discover imaging above everything. Features Adjustable Aperture for Every Scene Aperture is adjustable according to the needs of different scenes. In low-light environments, the f/2.8 aperture lets more light in; when the lighting is sufficient, aperture can be adjusted to lower the shutter speed for recording smoother, more natural footage. Wider FOV to See the Bigger Picture Weighing less than 13 g, the 24mm equivalent lens not only supports autofocus, it also has an 84° FOV to capture more in every frame. Focusing is Faster with VDAF Technology The Hasselblad camera on Mavic 3 drone features Vision Detection Auto Focus (VDAF) technology, which works with multiple vision sensors to utilize distance data and optimize focusing speed. FHD High-Frame-Rate Transmission with Visible Smoothness Mavic 3 is DJI’s first-ever camera drone able to transmit a 1080p/60fps live feed. This means the camera view is displayed at specifications close to what the camera actually records. It also makes Mavic 3 more responsive to your control. In the Box DJI Mavic 3 ×1 DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller ×1 DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller Control Sticks (pair) ×1 DJI RC-N1 RC Cable (USB Type-C Connector) ×1 DJI RC-N1 RC Cable (Standard Micro-USB Connector) ×1 DJI RC-N1 RC Cable (Lightning Connector) ×1 DJI Mavic 3 Intelligent Flight Battery ×1 DJI Mavic 3 Low-Noise Propellers (pair) ×3 DJI 65W Portable Charger ×1 DJI Mavic 3 Storage Cover ×1 Type-C Cable ×1 Note 1. Unobstructed, free of interference, and when FCC-compliant. Maximum flight range specification is a proxy for radio link strength and resilience. Always follow local rules and regulations and fly your drone within your visual line of sight unless otherwise permitted. 2. DJI Mavic 3 Cine supports Apple ProRes 422 HQ and H.264/H.265 encoding, while Mavic 3 only supports H.264/H.265 encoding. 3. For Hyperlapse, Mastershot, ActiveTrack 5.0, DJI 4G Cellular Transmission Dongle, Quick Transfer (Trimmed Download), Panorama, QuickShots, these functions will be available in January of 2022 through firmware updates. FAQ 1. Compared to DJI Mavic 2, what major upgrades does Mavic 3 have? DJI Mavic 3 is DJI's next-generation flagship consumer camera drone. Compared to Mavic 2, major upgrades include: -Mavic 3 offers significantly improved imaging performance thanks to its 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera and 24mm-equivalent lightweight lens. It can record up to 5.1K/50fps or 4K/120fps videos. -Mavic 3 Cine supports Apple ProRes 422 HQ encoding, offering better image quality and greater flexibility during post- processing. -The flight experience has also been comprehensively improved with the flight time extended to 46 minutes. And thanks to incredibly stable O3+ technology, video transmission can reach up to 15 km. -DJI Mavic 3 is equipped with an omnidirectional obstacle sensing system and supports the upgraded APAS 5.0 and Advanced RTH, letting creators enjoy safe flight with peace of mind. 2. What's the difference between the combos? Compared with the standard Mavic 3 combo, DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo includes two additional Intelligent Flight Batteries, one Battery Charging Hub, one Convertible Carrying Bag, and one ND Filters Set (ND4/8/16/32) to help you explore and shoot in more scenarios. Compared with the DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo, the DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo includes a Mavic 3 Cine aircraft that supports Apple ProRes 422 HQ video encoding and has a built-in 1TB SSD, an upgraded DJI RC Pro with a high-bright display, one ND Filters Set (ND64/128/256/512), a 10Gbps Lightspeed cable, and other accessories that help facilitate professional-level imaging.


Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 8.7 x 3.8 inches


Item Weight: 1.97 pounds


Item model number: 0


Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: November 5, 2021


Manufacturer: DJI


Country of Origin: China


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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars | Crashed on 3rd flight
Style: DJI Mavic 3
The media could not be loaded. On my 3rd flight (the same day I received my mavic 3) I used the RTH feature. The drone started coming down over a tree, I tapped cancel landing and got no response. I then tried ascending twice and both times it started to rise but after releasing the control stick it continued trying to land. So the drone crashed.
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2021 by HOLYROLYPOLY

3.0 out of 5 stars | Pro Drone or not Pro Drone?
Style: DJI Mavic 3
I’ll start with this, there are a lot of people questioning if this is a worthy successor to the Mavic 2 and a lot of people hating on those people. The latter tend to say “you are not a professional, you don’t know how to use a drone, you are mad it is too expensive”. Also, take all these 5-star reviews from people coming from Mini 2’s and Air 2’s with a grain of salt. They are coming from, in many ways, an inferior product. Yeah, the Mavic 3 is better than those for a lot of reasons and I understand why those users are pumped. But this drone was supposed to be an upgrade to the Mavic 2 and in many ways it is not. I guess I’d call myself a semi-pro. I use my drone for photography and videography and sometimes make some money off it. When I opened mine and removed it from the box, the lens cover was detached from the camera. I put it back on and as far as I can tell, nothing was damaged. It should be common knowledge at this point that DJI rushed the drone out with unfinished features to get holiday sales. A firmware update was scheduled for January to add some of the missing features. An update was pushed out in mid-December and I had that update the first time I operated my drone. I believe another one is still coming out in January to add even more missing features. I don’t know what features those are and some of them might be what I take issue with below. I don’t get the pro vs non-pro debate. It is priced at a pro-level and many proponents of the Mavic 3 argue that it is a pro drone … and I argue that yes I expected it to be. But then why on earth did they ship it with the controller used for the mini 2 and the air 2. It is missing so much from the Mavic 2 controller. No programmable C1, C2, and 5D buttons. No live telemetry LCD. No exposure dial. No dual controller support. Proponents and DJI need to make up their mind, is this a pro drone or not? If it is … shipping with this controller was a huge mistake and a slap in the face. I suspect they did this on purpose to force “pros” into dropping $1200 for the RC-Pro controller that has these buttons. Either way, Not cool. I’ve heard a lot of complaining about the fly app … which is the same app used by the "non-pro" drones. I was hoping all of the whining about this was unfounded but it is indeed far inferior to DJI GO 4 and not suitable for a “pro” drone. Missing features *could* be added by DJI in the future but … who knows. Hardware issues that cannot be resolved with software update: 1) Getting to the SD card is a huge pain. You have to take the battery out to get it out. 2) Can’t charge with the gimbal cover on 3) Unless you buy the Fly More (or buy the battery dock separately), there is no way to charge your battery outside of the drone (that said, being able to charge a battery in the drone is pretty neat). 5) The zoom lens is arguably one of the top selling points for this drone but it is a joke. Maybe it can be used to inspect things, but no photos or videos I took at a zoom are usable (maybe, just maybe 4x and 7x). I’d even be too embarrassed to post them on instagram. Also you have zero control over photos and videos on the zoom lens. Auto only mode and JPG only. Maybe fixable in a firmware update? Also, you can't do a full 1x-28x or vice versa smoothly, at one or two points the recording blacks out (while switching lenses?) It is also near impossible to zoom with your finger on the app and do other things smoothly (especially if you have a hood on your tablet), which is the only way to do it unless you shelled out the extra 1200 for the “pro” controller. 5) Gimbal rubs against arms when folded up 6) No dual controller support (maybe this could be a firmware update?) Issues that I found right off that bat that might be able to be updated in firmware if DJI chose to do so (that hands down should be available in a pro drone) 1) No color graded preview for DLOG on your tablet/phone. 2) On the Mavic 2 you could tilt the camera a decent amount to the left or right. This only moves a silly amount. 3) DJI does not intend to include waypoints in a future firmware update 4) No SDK, so no Litchi and no Drone Deploy 5) Photos snapped are not cached on device 6) No recording of sound in cached videos (I liked to have this enabled in case someone approached me while operating and I could have an audio record) A top selling point for the drone is the bigger sensor and the higher video resolutions and framerates. Not much to say here, more is better. 4k at 60 and 120 fps, yes please. 5.1k yes please! I feel like this is finally an argument that this is a pro drone. As mentioned above, users coming from the mini 2 and air 2 have reason to be very excited about this but I struggle to see a noticeable improvement in photo quality from the Mavic 2 Pro. Also, I take issue with 4k 120 fps being under a different menu option. Random thing I learned … Hasselblad is no longer a real company. I guess they got pushed out due to not being able to keep up with technology and DJI bought them and just slapped their logo on the camera. So, the Hasselblad branding is pretty much a giant nothing burger. The drone itself looks cool and I like the new battery design (except for having to remove it to remove the sd card). The "gimp"bal cover is kind of weird, still getting used to that. I like how you have pretty much full control over custom settings for the 3 modes, cine, sport, and normal. I do feel the video feed coming back from the drone to my ipad looks smoother and higher quality. In summary, I had such high hopes for this drone but they clearly rushed it out (I really hope most of these gripes will be resolved in updates soon). It seems most of the people super hyped about it are coming from the min 2 and air 2, not the Mavic 2. For the amount I paid, I’d expect the zoom lens and the (base) controller to be more functional and an app with far fewer missing features from DJI GO 4. Honestly if you already have a Mavic 2 this really might not be worth it to you, especially if you don’t make money off of your drone. But then again, if you make money off your drone using waypoints, Litchi, or Drone Deploy, you can’t even use those right now... In its current state, this is a 3-star drone. If they fix a lot of stuff in firmware and Fly updates, it can be a 4-star drone. It pains me to say this, but I don’t think it can ever be a 5.
Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2021 by BG Boyd

5.0 out of 5 stars | Best prosumer drone out there
Style: DJI Mavic 3
The ratings are going to be skewed because of how many people are going to rate 1 star because half the features are not ready. But that is out in the open before people purchase the drone. It is not that DJI markets that everything is ready and buyers are surprised when they receive the product and give a 1 star. I am coming from Mavic Air 1, so the jump is super huge, the noise from the drone is so much lesser than I was expecting and the camera is HUGE. The quality is great! Excited to shoot a lot more with this drone
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2021 by Indu

5.0 out of 5 stars | Air 2s fan boy is in love with this drone!! (Even w/out mastershots)
Style: DJI Mavic 3
Seriously, the online criticism is garbage. We basically got the drone 2 months early. The battery time alone is worth the price. It's a drastically better drone than the air 2s. The range is incredible. 4700m max range with Air 2s. 7k hit with Mavic 3 and I didn't go until signal dropped. Ascent speed is drastically better. R2H is insanely better. Obstacle avoidance... worth every penny, even a lot of them. And low light?!? Lol... absolute winner.
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2021 by Ruffus T. Murdock

2.0 out of 5 stars | Not Ready!!
Style: DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo
This drone is not ready for sale. None of the features are available to use until next year! Why did they release a drone that cannot be used for its intended purposes? Will give this a try until January but this is a great disappointment.
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2021 by Jason

5.0 out of 5 stars | Huge upgrade in quality
Style: DJI Mavic 3
Have done some testing and there is a noticeable difference in quality at night. Overall it looks closer to a full frame camera with brighter shots in video, more detail and less noise. USB C charging is awesome that they added that. In the photos the right is the Mavic 3 and the left side is the Air 2s (screenshots from video footage).
Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2021 by Jonathan

5.0 out of 5 stars | If you can afford it... DO IT.
Style: DJI Mavic 3
To get the full range you need to be free and clear of electric noise. It's easy to fly. It has a different sound. It's expensive but WORTH IT! If you're going back and forth and you have the means... Just Do It. You can buy the insurance at DJI site. I've had the Mavic Pro, Mavic Air, Mavic Air 2 and the Air 2s. Many updates are to come on the 3 and these will come in software form. The flight time says 45min. You can get close to this in Normal mode. In Sport mode 28-30min. has been my reality. It's still great flight time. The image of land from out in the ocean is just over 5 miles from my deck (it was a little windy). The M3 has a range of roughly 9 miles, it will account for wind and battery and come home when it needs to. I bought the 2 year insurance for 399.00 but for 2 years i can fly the way it should be flown. When i first got the M3 i thought the battery was defective, it wasn't. You need to charge with the usb-c with the orange color Not the regular slow charger. The charger that comes with it will Fast charge the M and the controller. I bought an extra 65w charger and 100w cable (cheap) and i only use 1 battery. Again, flight time is Great so I don't need multiple batteries for what I do. I suggest getting a terabyte sd card (UHS-I microSD) if you're going to be taking a lot of UHD video. I had a 256gb and it was used up within minutes of shooting in 5.1 30fps. I carry the M in a small or kids backpack. I used the boxes material from another Mavic and glued solid backing to it. You can take anywhere and have it in the air in minutes. Everything purchased on Amazon and delivered in a day or two. Good luck.
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2021 by Pinkcat

2.0 out of 5 stars | Beware using the old controller that chokes data to 1/3 of the Mavic 3 processing speed
Style: DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo
Still under development, and hampered with an older controller that chokes data to 1/3 of the Mavic 3 processing speed. This is a glaring limit that halves the occusync 3 range of the older and cheaper controller.
Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2021 by Grandparents

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