DJI Mini 3 pricing leaked. Mini drone prices may cause sticker shock

DJI Mini 3 pricing was leaked on Twitter. If these prices are correct, then get ready for the new mini drone to come with a max price tag.

Last week, we reported that the is likely to arrive before the end of this month.

Today we can share with you the leaked pricing for the yet-to-be-released DJI mini drone thanks to Jasper Ellens.

Be ready for a bit of sticker shock as the less-than-250-gram-weighing DJI drone comes with a hefty price tag.

DJI Mini 3 pricing

  • DJI Mini 3 Standard $518
  • DJI Mini 3 Fly More Combo $785
  • DJI Mini 3 + DJI RC $1,099
  • DJI Mini 3 Pro Standard $675
  • DJI Mini 3 Pro Fly More Combo $942
  • DJI Mini 3 Pro + DJI RC $1,256

The DJI Mini 3 is expected to come in two versions, the DJI Mini 3 and the DJI Mini 3 Pro. The Pro model will be considerably more expensive and is rumored to come with a 1-inch sensor.

Pricing of DJI Mini 3 Pro competes with DJI Air 2s

If this turns out to be correct, then the DJI Mini 3 Pro will compete directly with the DJI Air 2s, which starts at $999 and comes with a 1-inch CMOS sensor.

Keep in mind that the prices shown above are direct conversions from the Chinese Yuan to the US Dollar.

Expect the actual pricing for the DJI Mini 3 to be different as they will be adjust to for different markets taking into account duties and taxes as well as numbers that are more marketing friednly.

For instance, the DJI Mini 3 might come in a $499 instead of the $518 that follows from a straight conversion. DJI price tags tend to end in …49, or …99 dollars.

For comparisson, the DJI Mini 2 retails for $449 and the DJI Mini SE sells for $299.

What do you think of this rather large price tag for both the DJI Mini 3 and the DJI Mini 3 Pro? Are you willing to pay that much for a mini drone? Let us know what you think about the DJI Mini 3 pricing in the comments below.

Dji Mini 3 Pricing Leaked. Dji Mini Drone Comes With Max Price Tag

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