DJI Inspire 3 leaked photos show the drone being tested
As we are nearing the launch of the DJI Inspire 3, more and more leaked photos are showing up online. Today, this photo showing the DJI Inspire 3 and DJI RC Plus remote controller was shared by DealsDrone, who also shared a video showing the professional photography and cinematography drone shortly after.
When looking closely at the photo, you can see the DJI RC Plus on the chair, indicating that the remote controller will likely be used with the DJI Inspire 3 drone.
The DJI RC Plus is used with the Matrice 30 (M30) that was introduced earlier this year and the DJI Agras T40 and T20P agricultural drones.
Specs for the DJI Inspire 3
Earlier this year, OsitaLV predicted the following specs for the DJI Inspire 3.
- New O4 video transmission with dual RC
- CineCore 3.1
- Super 35 or large format
- 8K 75fps, 6K 100fps, 4K 200fps
- No crop in every framerate
- RAW 12 bit / ProRes 4444XQ / 422HQ
- Time code sync
- Omni-directional obstacle avoidance
- APAS Pro
- High accuracy maneuvering
- Somatosensory gimbal control
- Portable video receiver for director
- Stepless iris adjustment
- Foldable propellers
DJI Inspire 3 release date?
The current DJI Inspire 2 was first launched in November 2016 and was officially discontinued in February of this year.
DroneDeals shared a DJI product roadmap not too long ago, indicating that the DJI Inspire 3 is scheduled to be launched in September this year, which seems unlikely at this point int time.
The DJI Inspire 3 that we see in this video is believed to be packed with the Zenmuse X9 gimbal camera combination as well as a'super long zoom lens,' which can be somewhat made out when you look at the film in more detail.
We're excited to see a new DJI Inspire 3 come to the market. Let us know what you think about the video in the comments below.
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