DJI Mavic 3s rumoured specifications emerge with a few changes from the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine
Last week, DJI introduced new drones, along with several accessories. However, the company only released enterprise models, not the rumoured Mini 3 series. While DJI has already confirmed that it will soon unveil the Mini 3 series, DroneXL claims an upgraded Mavic 3 could be in the pipeline too.
According to the website, the Mavic 3s has a larger battery than its predecessor, which should equate to 15% longer flight times. Moreover, the Mavic 3s is tipped to launch with a 1-inch telephoto camera, up from the 1/2-inch CMOS sensor found in the Mavic 3. By contrast, DroneXL expects the Mavic 3s to retain its predecessor's primary camera, a 4/3 CMOS sensor that can produce 20 MP photos and supports Apple ProRes 422 HQ, among other features.
Purportedly, DJI could also sell the Mavic 3s in multiple colours; the Mavic 3 is only available in silver, like many DJI drones. DroneXL adds that the Mavic 3s could launch this autumn or in Q1 2023, quite a broad release window. For some reason, the website does not believe that the Mavic 3s will arrive this winter.
For context, a leaked roadmap claimed that DJI would announce the Mini 3 series in April, followed by the RS3 and RSC3 in June. Third-generation Inspire and Pocket products are tipped to arrive this year as well, but not the Mavic 3s.