DJI Mini 3 Pro: First official render images leak from multiple sources
Official DJI Mini 3 Pro renders have emerged online, a few days after a Dutch retailer briefly published a listing for the upcoming drone. Quickly removed, the listing confirmed several specifications about DJI's next consumer drone, including that that it will launch alongside an Intelligent Flight Battery Plus battery pack.
Additionally, TopRC claimed that the Mini 3 Pro has a 48 MP camera, which these leaked renders show in detail. As expected, the camera has an f/1.7 aperture and a 24 mm equivalent focal length. In fact, the renders match the design that Jasper Ellens shared in March. Also, the camera should be freely moveable, with a cut-out in the drone's chassis, allowing it to shoot vertically.
Moreover, the Mini 3 Pro should support Ocusync 3.0 and Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems (APAS 4.0). In short, these technologies will allow the Mini 3 Pro to autonomously avoid obstacles and at great distances from its paired controller. The Mini 3 Pro is believed to start at €739 in Europe but only with a battery.
By contrast, the drone will cost €829 with an RC-N1 controller and €999 with DJI's new RC remote controller. Previous leaks have outlined that the RC remote controller has a large display, plus the same button layout as the RC-N1. The Mini 3 Pro is rumoured to launch on May 10, although DJI has not announced anything yet.