There are two native ISO settings on the DJI Mini 3 Pro‘s camera, which results in excellent image quality. The camera has a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor with dual native ISO settings. Because of its large aperture of f/1.7, the camera is capable of capturing 48MP still images as well as 4K/60fps video and 4K/30fps HDR video in 4K resolution.
Vertical video and images can be captured using the Mini 3 Pro’s gimbal, which can be rotated 90 degrees to capture images and videos. When it comes to flat colour profiles, it’s nice to know that the Mini 3 Pro has a D-Cinelike profile for those who prefer a D-Cinelike look to their footage.
Despite its small size, the DJI Mini 3 Pro will be able to fly for more than 30 minutes on a single charge from its standard battery pack. With the addition of a larger battery pack, which can be purchased separately, the Mini 3 Pro will be able to fly for up to 47 minutes, increasing its flight time.
When using heavier batteries, the total weight of the drone will be 249 grammes, which is not an ideal weight for a drone. New and experienced drone pilots will benefit from the addition of ActiveTrack, a tri-directional collision avoidance technology that will give them greater confidence in their ability to fly their drones safely.
The DJI Mini 3 Pro is currently available to pre-order, and you can do so right now. Just the drone itself will set you back $669 for the most basic configuration. You can get it for $759 if you buy it with a DJI RC-N1 remote control. In the end, the most expensive package, which includes the DJI RC remote control, will cost you $909 dollars. Designed for use with DJI drones, the DJI RC features a 5.5-inch touchscreen.