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Mavic 3 release date and two other products confirmed by DJI confirms

Mavic 3 release date and two other products confirmed by DJI confirms

Just now DJI confirmed the release date of the Mavic 3 and two other products in a tweet. “Good Things Come in Threes,” the world’s largest drone maker says.

Mavic 3 release date and two other products confirmed by DJI confirms

This morning, DJI tweeted the release date of the DJI Mavic 3, the DJI Action 2, and a filmmaking device.

Good Things Come in Threes. October 20th | October 27th | November 5

That is what the tweet reads. On October 20 we expect to see a film recording device, likely a DJI Osmo product, not the Mavic 3 as we originally were informed. On October 27th DJI will release the DJI Action 2. And finally, on November 5th, DJI will release the long-awaited DJI Mavic 3 drone, the successor to the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom.

The photo that announces the release date of the Mavic 3, Action 2, and the film recording device, is tastefully done by DJI. On a black background, we see the DJI logo at the top followed by the sentence, “Good Things Come in Threes.” Underneath which we see a red record button and the date October 20th. Below that we see what seems to be the base connector of the DJI Action 2 and the date October 27th. And below that we see the Mavic 3 battery with four green LEDs, the on/of button, and the date of November 5th.

Mavic 3 release date and two other products confirmed by DJI confirms

What do you think about the announcement from DJI? Are you excited to see the DJI Mavic 3 release date finally, and officially confirmed by DJI? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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    • DJI has been somewhat idling instead of pushing forward.
      That 12MP sensor is starting to get dated compared to competition.
      Also competition is bringing front obstacle detection sensors into max 250 gram mini drones…
      Which weight class has advantage for casual consumers with least restrictions in operating.
      (+no change in flying rules in Europe in Jan 1 2023)

      But it’s different question if they’re ready to answer that pressure.
      DJI no doubt has at least internal contingency plans and prototypes in testing. (unless they’re stupid)
      But actual mass production can’t be started at whim.


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