DJI Mavic 3 Official Classic: The Drone That Wanted To Be Cheap

The news was already in the air but finally, the official has arrived: here then DJI Mavic 3 Classic the new drone of the leading company in the drone sector that wants to be an economical alternative to DJI Mavic 3 but which is still offered at a price that is not low.

DJI Mavic 3 Official Classic

DJI Mavic 3 Official Classic
DJI Mavic 3 Official Classic

To a less attentive eye, it is really difficult to understand the differences between the “normal” DJI Mavic 3 and the Classic: the design is the same, as is the flight time of 46 minutes and the O3 + transmission system. The only real difference is in the camera: DJI Mavic 3 Classico has (only) the same camera with CMOS from 4/3 to 20 MP found on the Mavic 3.

In any case, it is a very good camera: the sensor 4/3 CMOS is developed in collaboration with Hasselblad and is capable of capturing video up to 5.1K / 50fps, 4K / 60fps, and 1080p / 60fps using the encodings in H.264 and H.265. For slow motion, the Mavic 3 Classico captures video at 4K / 120fps and 1080p / 200fps.

The lens with a focal length equivalent to 24 mm has an adjustable aperture from f / 2.8 to f / 11 for 12.8 stops of native dynamic range. When light hits the sensor, photos are processed in 12-bit RAW, while 10-bit D-Log videos are.

There are three other features (we still recommend that you take a look at the article related to DJI Mavic 3 being essentially the same) we report the O3 + transmission system for flight control, which can display 1080p / 60fps video up to 15km away, the system ActiveTrack 5.0 to recognize subjects, lock them in the frame and move the drone and camera together, and the new function Cruise control which allows you to set a constant flight speed for your drone.

Finally, the option is not missing QuickTransfer which allows you to quickly transfer the images and videos made by the drone directly to your smartphone, using Wi-Fi 6 technology up to 80 MB per second.

DJI Mavic 3 Classico has 8 visual sensors to detect obstacles in all directions that provide information to the system APAS 5.0, which allows the drone to avoid obstacles and independently plan the routes around them. The system Return To Home can scan the environment up to 200 meters away and plot the best route back to the take-off point.

Finally, the drone is equipped with a receiver AirSense ADS-B which provides pilots with awareness of the presence of nearby airplanes and helicopters transmitting ADS-B signals, and the geofencing system GEO 2.0 which provides pilots with information on airspace restrictions and potential flight hazards in surrounding areas.

DJI Mavic 3 Classic is available for purchase starting today on the official company website and at authorized dealers in 3 purchase configurations:

  • Mavic 3 Classic (drone only): does not include a remote control or a charger. It is compatible with any existing DJI RC-N1, DJI RC, or DJI RC Pro controller. It is available for the price of $1469.
  • Mavic 3 Classic: includes a charger and the DJI RC-N1 remote control. It is available for the price of US$1749.
  • Mavic 3 Classic (with DJI RC): includes a charger and the DJI RC remote control. It is available for the price of US$1749.
  • Mavic 3 Classico Fly More Kit: includes two Intelligent Flight Batteries, a Battery Charging Station (100W), a 65W Car Charger, three pairs of silent propellers, and a DJI Convertible Carry Bag. It is available for the price of US$649.

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