DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise series is now orderable as Mavic 3E and Mavic 3T drones
DJI has lifted the lid on the Mavic 3 Enterprise series, consisting of the Mavic 3E and the Mavic 3T. All based on the Mavic 3, the Mavic 3 Enterprise series features a few differences from its consumer-facing model. In short, DJI intends the Mavic 3 Enterprise series for inspections, night flights and rescue operations, among other uses.
According to DJI, the Mavic 3T has a thermal imaging camera with a 61-degree field of view (FoV), a 40 mm equivalent focal length and a 640 x 512-pixel resolution. Supposedly, the camera can track living beings, as well as being able to measure area temperature and monitor hot spots. Additionally, the Mavic 3T is capable of showing images from both cameras simultaneously, which should make it easy to make side-by-side comparisons.
Separately, the Mavic 3E drone has a 20 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, along with a 56x hybrid zoom camera and the same 48 MP primary sensor as the Mavic 3T. Incidentally, the Mavic 3E has a mechanical shutter that can operate at 0.7 seconds to reduce motion blur when shooting moving objects. Both drones have connections for top-mounted accessories too and offer up to 45-minute flight times with 32 km of range and 15 m/s top speeds.
The Mavic 3E Basic Combo costs US$3,628, for which you receive the drone itself, a protective case, an RC Pro Enterprise remote controller, a power supply and a gimbal protector, among other accessories. Alternatively, the Mavic 3T Basic Combo retails for US$5,498 with similar accessories. You can find out more details about both drones on DJI's website.