For quite a while now, information regarding upcoming DJI’s drones continuously getting updates. It should be noted that the entry-level DJI Mavic Mini might be released in the coming few weeks. Now we got information on DJI Mavic 3 and leak suggests that there won’t be a need for GPS for automatically returning feature and it might have large lens aperture.
It is being rumored that Mavic 3 will be released on 28th October. However, another group of experts is considering 30th October as the event date. Whatever the date is, it is almost more or less confirmed that we will see this gadget in the last week of October. Now, it is reported that Mavic 3 will be launched within 2019 only, which simply confirms the rumor and stimulates the deadline.
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It should be noted that the Mavic 2 Series was a milestone drone. It came integrated with a 1-inch CMOS sensor into a folding drone for the first time which turned the folding drone into a productivity tool.
Just like its previous generation, Mavic 3 will come with a 1-inch bottom, fixed-focus lens, zoom lens, and a small bottom. It will use OcuSync 3.0, Active Track 3.0, and Hasselblad HNCS new technology. Hasselblad HNCS refers to the new Hasselblad L1D-20c camera that comes with a large aperture of f/2.0 and 1 speed faster than the Mavic 2 Pro lens.
There is no need for automatic GPS return. It seems that night video will significantly improve with Mavic 3 and it might even challenge Hoshino photography. DJI has integrated the latest AirSense technology in the drone which includes ADS-B receivers on drones weighing more than 250 grams.
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DJI will promote Mavic Mini as a beginner drone. The drone will come with the same 12 MP sensor that is found in the original Mavic. We can expect Mavic Mini to shoot 4K video at 30 fps. However, we have to wait until January 2020 for the next generation Mavic Pro. It is expected to come with a price tag of something around 500 US $.