DJI Mini 3 Pro: Dutch retailer leaks almost all specifications for upcoming 48 MP drone as unofficial teaser video and possible launch date appear
Earlier this week, @DealsDrone and @JasperEllens shared European pricing for the Mini 3 Pro, the only consumer drone DJI is rumoured to be launching under the Mini 3 series. Subsequently, Dutch retailer TopRC listed the Mini 3 Pro, confirming one of the drone's four price points. As the image below shows, the Mini 3 Pro will cost €829 in Europe with DJI's standard RC-N1 controller.
However, the drone should also be available for €739 with a battery and €999 if you want DJI's new RC controller. While TopRC has since deleted its Mini 3 Pro listing, it remains viewable through Google Cache. As expected, the Mini 3 Pro will weigh less than 249 g and will support 'True Vertical Shooting', a feature that the Mini 2 lacks. Moreover, the drone has a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor with 2.4 μm-wide pixels, an f/1.7 aperture and a 48 MP resolution.
Incidentally, TopRC adds that DJI will release an Intelligent Flight Battery Plus that will extend the Mini 3 Pro's standard 34 minute flight time to 47 minutes. It should be stressed that the larger battery will push the Mini 3 Pro beyond 249 g, though. Currently, DJI has not announced when it will release the Mini 3 Pro, although it is running sales in China until May 9. According to @DealsDrone and @JasperEllens, DJI will reveal the Mini 3 Pro a day after. In the meantime, the latter has shared an unofficial teaser video, which we have embedded below.