DJI Mavic 3: Massive leak showcases over a dozen marketing assets ahead of next week's unveiling
In recent months, we have seen many leaks about the DJI Mavic 3, mainly down to Jasper Ellens. Now, WinFuture has leaked numerous marketing assets for the upcoming drone, which we have embedded below. As expected, the Mavic 3 has two cameras, on top of which DJI has etched Hasselblad branding.
The Mavic 3 relies on a 20 MP primary camera with a 4/3-inch CMOS sensor. The camera also has an f/2.8 aperture and an 84° field of view (FoV). Supposedly, the drone can capture images at up to 5,280 x 3,956 pixels, or in 5.1K at 50 FPS. Additionally, WinFuture states that the Mavic 3 can shoot 4K videos at up to 120 FPS or 1080p ones at 200 FPS. Incidentally, the drone has a peak 200 Mbps bitrate, while the 'Cine' edition supports Apple's ProRes 422 HQ format.
Meanwhile, the device's second camera is a 12 MP sensor with a 15° FoV and an f/4.4 aperture that can shoot in up to 4K at 30 FPS. This secondary camera does not support ProRes 422 HQ, though. Hence, it is unclear if the drone can seamlessly switch between its cameras when recording videos.
Moreover, the Mavic 3 has a 5,000 mAh battery that should provide up to a 30 km range and 46 minutes of flight time. The drone itself can scale to 6 km in altitude too and is controller by DJI's new RC Pro controller, a successor to the company's Smart Controller.
The Mavic 3 will be available in three variants: a standard model, a Fly More Combo and a Cine Edition. Like with previous models, the Fly More Combo includes spare batteries for longer flight times between charges. By contrast, the Cine Edition contains 1 TB of built-in storage; the standard and Fly More Combo versions only have 8 GB of storage and a microSD card reader.
Prices for the three models are yet to leak. DJI is expected to launch the Mavic 3 series on November 5.