New DJI Mini 3 Pro: The first premium drone that can fly now in the city

DJI, the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced drones for both consumers and professionals, launches today DJI Mini 3 Pro An ultralight and compact drone for professional and demanding consumers, which weighs less than 250 grams (249 grams) can be used in environments where larger drones usually require special permits, including in urban environments and indoors.

It offers brand new creative opportunities for the drone pilot.

The DJI Mini 3 Pro comes with a completely new look and is optimized to get the most out of all flights. With a more ergonomic design, wider propellers and a more intelligent system for detecting and avoiding obstacles as well as a larger battery, you get a longer and safer flight time with the DJI 3 Mini Pro. DJI Mini 3 Pro has a flight time of 34 minutes. DJI Mini 3 Pro is available with a Smart Controller with built-in brightly lit screen, so you do not have to use your smartphone to control the drone.

No need for drone permits

The built-in gimbal, which holds the now larger 0.8-inch CMOS image sensor, with HDR support, provides better options for capturing the perfect video image – even in tight environments.

The new sensor also provides the most beautiful photos with larger 2.4μm pixels and an aperture of f / 1.7.
In terms of video, it is possible to capture RAW video at 4K / 60fps, and if all the details need to be immortalized, you can create dramatic clips with 1080p / 120fps slow motion.

Although the DJI Mini 3 Pro is packed with the most advanced technology and a larger battery, the weight is lower than ever before. Weighing in at 249 grams, the DJI Mini 3 Pro flies just below the 250 gram limit for when a drone requires special permission to fly in populated areas, providing unimaginable creative possibilities for content creators, drone pilots and photographers. This is backed by the collapsible design of the Mini 3 Pro drone, which makes it easy to carry anywhere and it is ready to fly in no time.

Ready in town and in the woods

With the market’s most advanced video transmission system in the DJI O3, it is possible to broadcast live 1080p / 30fps at distances of up to 6 kilometers, and the signal remains powerful, whether you are in the city or in the woods with the DJI Mini 3 Pro.

DJI Mini 3 Pro also offers a wide range of advanced features that help both professional and new drone pilots both fly and record great footage.

True Vertical Shooting helps capture photos in both landscape and portrait orientation by rotating the built-in gimbal 90 degrees so that the image does not have to be cropped, and with a range of automatic tracking systems you can create bold, automatic sequences.

The Mastershot feature is a favorite and can especially help beginners in drone photography. Choose your motif and let the drone do the rest. Via advanced flights and automatic clipping, the Mini 3 Pro creates small, finished and cinematically beautiful sequences that are ready to use. The same is created via the built-in Timelapse function, and everything can be shared via the built-in QuickTransfer function.

Key specifications

  • Maximum flight altitude: 4000 meter.
  • Maximum flight time: 34 minutes (Standard battery)
  • Maximum speed: 16 m / s (S mode) – 10 m / s (N mode) -6 m / s (C mode)
  • Maximum flight distance: 18 km
  • Maximum wind resistance: 29 to 38 km / h (level 5)
  • Wireless Internet: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac
  • Bluetooth: 5.2
  • Operating temperature: 0 to 40 ° C
  • Global Navigation: GPS + Galileo + BeiDou
  • Sensor: 0,8″ CMOS/effektive pixels: 48 MP
  • Lens: FOV: 82.1 / Equivalent format: 24 mm – Aperture: f / 1.7 / Range: from 1 m to ∞
  • Video: 4K/2,7K/FHD/Slow Motion: 1920 x 1080
  • QuickShot: Dronie, Rocket, Circle, Spiral, Asteroid, Boomerang
Availability and price

DJI Mini 3 Pro can be ordered in Denmark via droner.dk from today the 10th. May, with delivery from 17 May, at the following indicative prices:

6499 kr. – DJI Mini 3 Pro (GL)
7799 kr. – DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC) (GL)


Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.

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