DJI announces the Mini Pro 3 featuring a Sony 48MP Quadpixel 1/1.3″ Sensor with HDR support, dual native ISO, an f/1.7 aperture and large 2.4μm pixels. Aperture and pixel size allow a considerable amount of light to enter the sensor, allowing improved video quality in low-light situations. The optics are capable of recording video at up 4K60 and raw stills at up to 48MP. The camera can also shoot in slow motion at 120 fps at Full HD 1080p resolution and offers the D-Cinelike Color mode for post-flight editing.
The camera is housed within a gimbal with wide rotation range supports low-angle shooting and can also rotate for true vertical shooting. This social media-friendly feature allows the gimbal to rotate 90° to switch between landscape and portrait orientations.
Mini 3 Pro also features tri-directional obstacle avoidance sensor system and APAS 4.0 (Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems) technology. Forward, backward, and downward dual-vision sensors work with APAS 4.0 to automatically detect and avoid obstacles in the drone’s flight path.
Upgraded Intelligent Flight Battery’s capacity, combined with larger propellers and an aerodynamic body tilt, the Mini 3 Pro is able to fly for up to 34 minutes. With the release of the optional Intelligent Flight Battery Plus, pilots who opt to equip the Mini 3 Pro with this battery can greatly exceed that duration with an up to 47 minute flight time.