The DJI Mavic 3 has been spotted in the wild! This morning, we received the first photo of the M3 in action. Check it out! The drone about which we have received so much information yesterday can now be seen flying for the first time.
DJI Mavic 3 spotted in the wild, airborne
This morning, we received this photo from one of our readers. It shows the new DJI Mavic 3 flying in front of a tree. In the background, we see a fence and what looks like the side of a building.
It is hard to see a lot of detail in the photo but when you zoom in you can make out the new DJI Mavic 3.
The Mavic 3 looks beefier and more aerodynamic. The increase in size would be likely explained by the increased battery size to provide the 46-minute flight time of the DJI Mavic 3 we learned about yesterday.
The propellers, motors, and legs of the drone look larger as well compared to the outgoing DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom. In the front, we can see the newly designed obstacle avoidance sensors. The drone features a larger camera by the looks of it although the low resolution makes it hard to see the new dual-camera setup.
Towards the back of the body, we see double air intakes at the top and bottom.
While it is hard to extract a lot of detail out of this low-res photo, The fact that the DJI Mavic 3 was spotted in the wild is very exciting indeed! We expect to be able to share more photos with you soon! Stay tuned.
The DJI Mavic 3 was spotted flying very close to a sense and a tree as you can see in the original photo above.
Oh my… this #Mavic3 picture is impossible!!! Leaked out in the wild. I can’t believe the last 24 hours.@DroneXL1 @IshveenaSingh @rquandt @DJIGlobal @billykyle @OsitaLV @techdronemedia @verge @DealsDrone @KANZHAJI pic.twitter.com/b83SG2T5HO
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Photo of the DJI Mavic 3 spotted in the wild courtesy of J. Ellens.