IT Home, a tech news portal, reported yesterday that DJI, the world’s largest drone maker by market share, will hold a new product launch event at 9pm (GMT+8) tomorrow, during which it is expected to unveil Mavic 3 Pro, an upgraded edition of its Mavic 3.
According to online spy shots disclosed by tech buffs who have laid their hands on Mavic 3 Pro, the gadget will feature three Hasselblad lenses — exceeding popular expectations that the device will come with two lenses from the Swedish high-end camera producer.
This revolutionary design will make DJI a pioneer in the three-lens design in drones, said IT Home.
The partnership between DJI and Hasselblad dates back to 2015, when the Shenzhen-headquartered aerial technology leader acquired a strategic minority stake in Hasselblad.
Additionally, it is said Mavic 3 Pro will have one more long lens than its predecessor, the standard version of Mavic 3.
After the makeover, Mavic 3 Pro will get a new CMOS, with an updated field of view from 15 to 14 degrees.
Besides, the equivalent focal length will increase from 162mm to 166mm.
Meanwhile, the aperture of Mavic 3 Pro changes from f/4.4 to f/3.4, corresponding to an improvement in resolution from 4k50p to 4k60p.
The series of adjustment will likely give DJI a sharper competitive edge in the drone market the world over, better satisfying the needs of geeks and aerial photographers who demand more from a long lens configuration.