This is DJI Mavic 3 Classic, The Budget Alternative To Mavic 3

DJI the world leader in the production of professional-grade drones is ready to launch a new product: DJI Mavic 3 Classic it will be a cheaper alternative to the optimum DJI Mavic 3 but in any case, will not give up some important features and quality of the images that we have already appreciated with all the company’s drones.

DJI Mavic 3 Classic

This is DJI Mavic 3 Classic
This is DJI Mavic 3 Classic

DJI Mavic 3 Classic will be almost completely identical to its younger brother: the dimensions will be the same (with a lower weight of about 5 grams), it will mount the same 77 Wh battery and I will have the same flight autonomy of just over three-quarters of an hour. The real and practically only difference is in the camera.

The drone will only mount the 20 MP sensor created in collaboration with Hasselblad which we also find on the Mavic 3: it is a 4/3 CMOS sensor, with a large 84-degree field of view, a focal length equivalent to 24mm, and an aperture of f / 2.8-11. The camera in question is capable of recording videos up to 5.1K at 50 fps but of course, you can also record in 4K up to 120 fps.

The ISO instead ranges from 100 to 6400 and a 3x digital zoom is available. So goodbye to the secondary camera with 28x hybrid zoom.

DJI Mavic 3 Classic should arrive in several variants: in addition to the classic one, which includes limited drone and accessories, a bundle with RC remote control, and the Fly More Bundle with various accessories not better specified. There will also be a “drone only” variant, without remote control or other accessories.

Unfortunately, we still don’t have any news regarding price and availability, but we will surely know more in the coming weeks. Since, in addition to the lack of the secondary camera, the entire technical sheet is practically the same as the Mavic 3, we invite you to read this article about the latest DJI drone.

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