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The highly anticipated DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone to launch today – witness the debut of DJI’s triple-camera masterpiece.



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Catch the live launch of DJI’s first triple-camera drone today

Are you eagerly waiting for the release of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone? Well, mark your calendars because DJI’s ‘Inspiration in Focus’ launch event is scheduled for April 25th at 9 am EDT / 2 pm BST / 11 pm AEST, and it’s rumoured to unveil the Mavic 3 Pro. The event is expected to be short and sweet, lasting only about 15 minutes, so don’t miss your chance to sneak a peek at the latest addition to DJI’s drone family.

Following a rather subdued beginning to the year, DJI is set to unveil a significant drone release today. For those who found the DJI Inspire 3, launched less than a fortnight ago, a bit too expensive, today’s event is expected to feature the more budget-friendly DJI Mavic 3 Pro.

Although DJI has not yet confirmed that today’s ‘Inspiration in Focus event is exclusively for the Mavic 3 Pro, recent leaks have all but confirmed it. The Mavic 3 Pro’s images, specifications, and pricing have been circulating on social media for the past few days, so it would be a major shock if the drone didn’t make an official appearance during DJI’s upcoming live stream.

While recent leaks have shed some light on the upcoming DJI drone, there are still compelling reasons to tune in to their event. Leaked pricing may not be entirely accurate in certain regions, and the availability of drones remains uncertain. Moreover, we can expect to gain a better understanding of how the Mavic 3 Pro’s arrival will impact the rest of the Mavic 3 series. Could the release of the DJI Mavic 3 Pro result in a price drop for the standard model? All of these are questions that we may have answered during DJI’s live stream.

Whether you’ve been eyeing a drone from the Mavic 3 series or are just curious to see the features of DJI’s first-ever triple-camera drone, tuning into today’s event is definitely worth it. We’ve provided all the necessary details below, along with our thoughts on what to expect from the drone itself.

How to Watch the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Launch

The DJI YouTube channel is the best place to watch the ‘Inspiration in Focus event. The live stream will commence at 9 am ET/ 2 pm BST / 11 pm AEST on Tuesday, April 24. Based on previous DJI launches, it is expected to last no more than 15 minutes.

If you prefer to watch the DJI ‘Inspiration in Focus’ event on TechRadar, we have embedded the live stream above, allowing you to watch it with us.

To receive a reminder when the event is about to begin, click on the ‘Notify me’ button in the YouTube video above, and you’ll receive an email notification when it’s time to sneak away to a quiet location at work.

What to Expect from the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Launch

DJI has been fairly open about its triple-lens camera drone, given that the Mavic 3 Pro’s camera system has been featured prominently on the launch event’s poster, in addition to recent leaks.

Thus, we can expect DJI to discuss the three lenses and how they operate in conjunction with one another, as well as the specific capabilities of each lens. Prospective buyers will be interested in learning more about the maximum resolutions and frame rates, as well as the support for features such as D-log and autofocus.

CameraSensorFocal lengthAperture
Main camera20MP Four Thirds24mmf/2.8-f/11
Mid-telephoto48MP 1/1.3in70mmf/2.8
(3x zoom)
Telephoto12MP 1/2in166mmf/3.4
(7x zoom)

The table above shows the rumoured camera specs for the DJI Mavic 3 Pro drone. The main camera is expected to have a 20MP Four Thirds sensor, a focal length of 24mm, and an aperture range of f/2.8-f/11. The mid-telephoto camera is rumoured to have a 48MP 1/1.3in sensor, a focal length of 70mm, and an aperture of f/2.8. The telephoto camera is expected to have a 12MP 1/2in sensor, a focal length of 166mm, and an aperture of f/3.4.

Additionally, there are rumours that the Mavic 3 Pro will be available in bundles, although it is not yet clear if there will be a drone-only bundle. The Mavic 3 Classic will offer a drone-only bundle for those who already have a controller and options that include the newer DJI RC pad. The Mavic 3 Pro is expected to be bundled with the newer DJI RC pad.

Furthermore, there are rumours that the Mavic 3 Pro will be a C2 Class drone, which is important information for European-based drone fans as the standard Mavic 3 was one of the first C1 class drones. The C2 Class markings can affect where you can fly the drone.

Is it possible that DJI will announce any new products in addition to the Mavic 3 Pro?

 It appears that DJI typically releases accessories alongside their new product launches, such as the DJI Goggles 2 headset with the release of the DJI Avata, but this doesn’t seem to be the case this time, especially since the Mavic 3 Pro is not an FPV drone. While there have been rumours about other drones such as the DJI Air 3 being released this year, there is no indication that it will be announced at today’s launch event. Nonetheless, there are still unanswered questions about the Mavic 3 Pro, and there is a possibility of some surprises, so it will be worthwhile to tune in. See you there!


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