The exciting News about the upcoming DJI Air 3 drone, along with the RC-N2 and RC 2 remote controllers, has officially hit the FCC filings database. This is a firm indicator that the much-anticipated drone is soon to hit the market. DJI, as always, keeps the thrill alive by maintaining secrecy around its key details, like photos, manuals, and additional specifics.
The DJI Air 3 FCC filing is just another part of a series of leaked information that has been trickling down the grapevine over the past few weeks. Fans and enthusiasts have already had a sneak peek into the product photos, certain specifications, and even anticipated European prices for the drone. As we eagerly wait for further marketing photos, US prices, and a teaser video, the excitement only continues to mount.
It's projected that the DJI Air 3 and its remote controllers, DJI RC-N2 and DJI RC 2, will launch in July. This assumption aligns with the pattern that DJI typically releases a teaser video a week prior to the launch date.
DJI Air 3 Intelligent Flight Battery Label
The FCC filings reveal that the drone will have a battery with a significantly enhanced capacity. At 4241 mAh, it's around 20% higher than the DJI Air 2S's intelligent flight battery (3500 mAh). While a portion of this additional power will be needed to process higher image quality, the drone's flight time is also anticipated to increase significantly.
One noteworthy detail when examining the leaked DJI Air 3 images is the lack of the Hasselblad name on the camera front. It leaves room for speculation that DJI might be preserving that title and its corresponding color science for its pricier DJI Mavic 3 series.
As always, keep an eye on DroneXL for all the latest updates and news about the DJI Air 3 drone launch!
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