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DJI Mavic 3 Pro leaks reveal the most versatile camera with an awesome triple-lens setup.



DJI Mavic 3 Pro leaks

DJI Mavic 3 Pro rumoured to be the first-ever drone with a triple-camera system, promising enhanced aerial photography capabilities.

DJI has wasted no time in following up the release of its Inspire 3 professional filmmaking drone with another exciting product announcement. The company has just released a new teaser, hinting that its first-ever triple-lens camera product is on the horizon. Speculation is rife that this could be the highly anticipated Mavic 3 Pro drone, which has been the subject of much rumour and speculation among tech enthusiasts. With DJI’s reputation for producing high-quality drones, the possibilities of what this new product could bring are certainly tantalizing.

DJI drone enthusiasts are already in for a treat this month with the possibility of two major releases. The much-awaited DJI Mavic 3 Pro could be hitting the market sooner than anticipated, with recent leaks suggesting it might arrive in a matter of weeks, following closely on the heels of the DJI Inspire 3.

DJI Mavic 3 Pro triple lens setup

What makes the DJI Mavic 3 Pro stand out is its unique feature of being equipped with three built-in cameras, as seen in the latest images shared by @DealsDrone on Twitter. This tri-camera system is expected to offer tremendous versatility to professional aerial photographers and videographers, albeit at a higher price point than the DJI Mavic 3, which was launched at $2,199 / £1,879 / AU$3,099. According to the leaks, @Quadro_News believes the drone could be unveiled as early as April 25, further adding to the excitement.

DJI Mavic 3 Pro suggest that it could be DJI’s first-ever drone with three built-in cameras, making it a potentially game-changing release for aerial photographers and videographers.

The latest leaked images of the highly anticipated DJI Mavic 3 Pro come with an exciting glimpse at the drone’s retail packaging. While the images don’t reveal much that we didn’t already know about the upcoming drone, it’s worth noting that the bundle will likely include just the drone without a controller, as well as a bundle that includes the DJI RC pad. Rumours also suggest that a premium DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine option will be available, featuring an impressive 1TB internal storage capacity.

The upcoming release of the Mavic 3 Pro drone has left many wondering what focal lengths its three cameras will offer. Mavic 3 Pro will have similar cameras to the Mavic 3, which includes a primary wide-angle camera equipped with a 4/3-inch CMOS sensor and a 24mm lens. Additionally, there’s a secondary 162mm telephoto camera with a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor.

The third lens

Rumours suggest that the Mavic 3 Pro’s third lens will offer a mid-telephoto option between these two extreme focal lengths. According to @Quadro_News, the third lens will have a 70mm focal length capable of capturing 4K/60p video. As we approach the launch on April 25th, we can expect to see more precise speculation on the Mavic 3 Pro’s camera specs. Regardless, it’s clear that the Mavic 3 Pro will be an excellent choice for anyone who values photographic flexibility and a compact drone.

After a somewhat rushed launch in late 2021, the DJI Mavic 3 series needed some time to get its footing. Thankfully, the addition of features like ActiveTrack 5.0 through firmware updates in December 2021 and January 2022 have helped solidify the Mavic 3’s position as one of the top drones on the market. The Mavic 3 Classic, with its single high-quality lens, is an excellent option for wide-angle shooting. Meanwhile, the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine strike a balance by offering a telephoto lens for those seeking B-roll footage or alternative angles. As for the Mavic 3 Pro, it’s shaping up to be DJI’s most versatile flying camera yet, thanks to its extra mid-telephoto lens.

Still, many questions remain unanswered as we have yet to see if the Mavic 3 Pro will maintain its 4/3-inch CMOS sensor on the main camera, or if it will be downgraded to accommodate the other two cameras. Will all of the Cine version’s cameras support high-end features like Apple ProRes recording? Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long to find out.


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