Every time a new DJI drone is about to be released, a Best Buy store somewhere in the country will sell the DJI product ahead of time or at least have it on display.
The dressed-down DJI Mini 3 Pro drone is on the shelves for a retail price of $859.99 with the impressive DJI RC remote controller with a built-in display.
The DJI Mini 3 will weigh less than 250 grams and, therefore, does not require you to register the mini drone with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) if you only fly the drone recreationally.
However, as soon as you start to use the DJI Mini 3 drone for commercial purposes, you will need to register the unmanned aircraft with the FAA and get your Part 107 certificate. Check out these articles and videos from Billy Kyle to see how capable the DJI Mini 3 Pro is. We expect the DJI Mini 3 to have the same image quality as the DJI Mini 3 Pro.
As OsitaLV mentioned in a tweet, the DJI Mini 3 is the same as the Mini 3 Pro with the “horizontal obstacle sensors removed, downward stereo reduced to mono, price slashed, “Pro” disappeared, that’s all”.
That indeed seems to be the case.
Yesterday, we were able to share with you a listing of the DJI Mini 3 Fly More Combo on the website of a UK retailer. That listing also showed us some of the features of the DJI Mini 3.
- Under 249 gram
- 4K HDR video
- True vertical shooting
- Intelligent features
- 38 kph (level 5) wind resistance
- Fly More Kit with a shoulder bag and charging hub
- DJI RC
- Auto Takeoff function
DJI Mini 3 sub-250-gram drone
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