The world’s largest drone maker DJI (大疆科技) launched its latest model Mavic 3 Pro yesterday, which carries a sticker price starting at 13,888 yuan (US$2,006).
cnrobopedia reported on Monday that Mavic 3 Pro adopts a revolutionary design with a three-camera lens array.
The main camera is supplied by Swedish high-resolution camera producer Hasselblad, a long-time DJI partner, with a 4/3 CMOS sensor and 24mm equivalent focal length.
Mounted on top of it are two telephoto cameras, featuring medium and long lenses.
According to a WeChat post by DJI, they come with an equivalent focal length of 70mm and 166mm and are capable of a 3X and 7X optical zoom.
With an aperture of f/2.8 and f/3.5, repectively, the two lenses are able to provide high resolution and natural representation, recording footage at resolutions of up to 48 million and 12 million pixels.
Mavic 3 Pro has a flight time of 43 minutes and can plan flight path, conduct aerial mapping and take photographs on a single charge, said DJI.
The main Hasselblad camera and the other two lenses all support functions including the “follow me” mode, ActiveTrack 5.0, Point of Interest, enabling the drone to capture footage stably from multiple directions, said DJI.