DJI Mavic 3 Pro: After a fairly uninteresting beginning to the year, DJI will be hosting a big drone launch this morning. If you think the DJI Inspire 3, which was launched just two weeks back, seems somewhat beyond your budget the event today should be more suitable We’re anticipating the introduction of the more budget-friendly DJI Mavic 3 Pro.
DJI hasn’t yet officially announced that the upcoming ‘Inspiration in Focus event will be for Mavic 3 Pro, but Mavic 3 Pro, but recent leaks have confirmed this for us. In the last few days, we’ve seen images of specifications, pricing, and specs on the Mavic 3 Pro. Mavic 3 Pro all appear on social media, and it’s a big surprise should the drone fail to make an appearance during DJI’s upcoming live stream.
Even though leaked information has revealed many yet, there are good reasons to watch DJI’s event. The price leak might, for instance, be slightly off in certain areas however, we do not know the exact date of availability. We must also find out exactly what this announcement will mean for the rest of the Mavic 3 series – could the regular DJI Mavic 3 get a price cut in the process?
If you’ve thought about purchasing a drone from the Mavic 3 series, or want to know more about the drone that DJI’s first three-camera model appears like, it’s worth your time to tune in today. We’ve listed all of the details below, with our thoughts on what you can expect from the device.
How do I view the DJI Mavic 3 Pro launch?
The best way to stream the DJI “Inspiration in Focus’ event is on the DJI YouTube channel. The live stream will begin at 9 am ET/2 pm BST or 11 pm AEST on Tuesday, April 24, and in case the previous DJI launches are any indication the stream shouldn’t last any more than 15 minutes.
We’ve embedded the live stream below, so you can view the stream alongside us via TechRadar.
To set up a reminder to the time it’s due to begin simply select the ‘Notify Me button on the YouTube video above. You’ll then receive an email notification at the time you’re ready to head into a quiet area at work.
What are we likely to find when we attend this year’s DJI Mavic 3 Pro launch?
DJI hasn’t always kept its three-lens camera drone under wraps – despite the recent leaks It’s also put the camera at the forefront of the launch event’s poster.
The launch of the Mavic 3 Pro is, therefore, fairly certain. We can expect to hear about these 3 lenses, the way they interact, and the different capacities of each. Prospective buyers will be interested in learning about frames-rates and resolutions that are the highest and support for formats such as D-log as well as autofocus.
We’ll also be getting an official confirmation of what bundles that the Mavic 3 Pro will be available in. The two other models of the Mavic 3 series, the Mavic 3 and the Mavic 3 Classic have a distinct difference on this front, with the former offering a drone-only package for users who already own a controller, and also choices that come with the more recent DJI RC Pad.
We’re anticipating seeing the Mavic 3 Pro to be included with the Mavic 3 Pro but it’s not known if there will have a bundle that is exclusively for drones. European drone enthusiasts will be eager to know if the Mavic 3 Pro will be the case, as was rumored as one of the C2 Class drones. The original Mavic 3 was one of the first C1 class drones and these brand-new markings will influence where one can operate the drone.
Do we expect to see any other new products aside from that of the Mavic 3 Pro? The previous launches, such as DJI Avata DJI Avata, saw accessories like the newly-released DJI Goggles 2 headset arrive in tandem, however, this seems unlikely, not least because Mavic 3 Pro isn’t an FPV drone. The mavic 3 Pro isn’t an FFP drone.
While we’ve seen drones other than that of the DJI Air 3 rumored for launch in the coming year, there’s no sign that it’ll be arriving at the launch event today. With a myriad of unanswered queries about Mavic 3 Pro, Mavic 3 Pro, and the possibility of more surprises, it’s definitely worth your time to tune in – be there.