More details of DJI Mavic 3 drone revealed in newly leaked photos

drone shows more details in newly leaked photos. The images, shared by Jasper Ellens, show a beefed-up, aerodynamic design with newly designed propellers, which is said to improve flight performance and range. The new DJI drone also features a dual-camera setup that features technology and should be able to shoot 4K video at 60 fps.

Update: DJI Mavic 3 is expected to be released on October 20, 2021.

More details of DJI Mavic 3 drone revealed in newly leaked photos

The first leaked photo shown below seems to have been taken from the actual retail box the DJI drone. Note the little tear in the top right. The photo shows a clear frontal view of the drone, Hasselblad camera, gimbal, obstacle avoidance sensors, air intake, unfolded arms, motors, and propellers. The overall design looks even more purposeful, and maybe even more aggressive.

More Details Of Dji Mavic 3 Drone Revealed In Newly Leaked Photos

The front of the DJI Mavic 3 drone reveals some key improvements. The new wide-angled obstacle avoidance sensors are placed on the corners of the drone so that they may cover a much larger space and assist avoid collisions with objects.

DJI Mavic 3 dual-Hassleblad camera

This photo also shows the new dual-camera that was designed in collaboration with Hasselblad. One feature that jumps out is the robust gimbal construction, which is even more crucial considering the Mavic 3’s 7x optical zoom capability.

More Details Of Dji Mavic 3 Drone Revealed In Newly Leaked Photos

New RC Pro for DJI Mavic 3

Additional photos show the drone next to what might be the convertible carrying bag that comes with the Mavic 3. If you look closely you can see the new RC Pro remote controller that comes with the Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo.

The new RC Pro is basically the new V2.0. We do not know if this controller will also work with older DJI drone models such as the , but it seems very likely.

Convertible Carrying Bag For The Mavic 3

Convertible Carrying Bag For The Mavic 3

More Details Of Dji Mavic 3 Drone Revealed In Newly Leaked Photos

More Details Of Dji Mavic 3 Drone Revealed In Newly Leaked Photos

When will the Mavic 3 be released?

At this point, we have seen the new DJI Mavic 3 drone from all the different angles. The drone is rumored to make its way to the market on November 15th, 2021. It will be hard to have to wait seven more weeks before people can get their hands on this long-awaited successor of the drones. DJI, please hurry and launch the DJI Mavic 3 already!

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