4/3 CMOS Hasselblad Camera
Hasselblad L2D-20c aerial camera embeds a professional-grade 4/3 CMOS in an unbelievably compact space. Rigorous Hasselblad standards are applied to both hardware performance and software algorithms, bringing imaging quality to an entirely new level.
12.8 Stops of dynamic range
The 4/3 CMOS sensor comes with a high 12.8-stop dynamic range to retain more details in highlights and shadows, upgrading your work to a professional level.
The aperture is adjustable according to the needs of different scenes. In low-light environments, the f/2.8 aperture lets more light in; when the lighting is sufficient, the aperture can be adjusted to lower the shutter speed for recording smoother, more natural footage.
Wider FOV to see the bigger picture
Weighting less than 13 g, the 24mm equivalent lens not only supports autofocus, it also has an 84° FOV to capture more in every frame.
Hasselblad natural color solution
Mavic 3 features the Hasselblad Natural Colour Solution, which is the result of decades of photographic experience, resulting in vivid, natural colors with the simple press of the shutter.
Omnidirectional obstacle sensing
Multiple wide-angle vision sensors onboard work seamlessly with a high-performance vision computing engine to sense obstacles in all directions precisely and plan a safe flight route that avoids them.
Always end on a high note with Advanced RTH. Obstacles along the way back to the home point are easily detected and avoided. With the brand new Advanced RTH, Mavic 3 will automatically figure out the optimal route to avoid obstacles and return to home safely.
Mavic 3 makes flight more fun than ever with a recording that is no longer interrupted by obstacles along the way. When flying, Mavic 3 continually senses objects in all directions and bypasses them quickly and smoothly.
Extended flight time
Compared with the previous generation, Mavic 3’s wind resistance has improved by 35%. It also uses motors and propellers with higher energy efficiency along with a high-capacity battery that extends the flight time to 46 minutes.
Fly farther, see more
Mavic 3 not only flies farther with a 15km transmission range, it also transmits signals with higher stability and less video lag, offering you greater peace of mind during flight.
Extreme precision positioning
The high-precision positioning of Mavic 3 not only ensures clearer long-exposure shots, it also helps record smoother time-lapse videos. In short, it makes Mavic 3 more stable whenever it hovers.
Capture cinematic video clips automatically with QuickShots. With just a few taps, Mavic 3 flies a complicated aerial route for a professional-quality shot. Add music, effects, and filters with super-intuitive Story templates so you can share your masterpiece directly on social media.
Mavic 3 offers DJI’s most advanced panorama mode, with a higher dynamic range and colors that are vivid and incredibly accurate.
WiFi 6 QuickTransfer
With the new Wi-Fi 6 protocol, data transmission is even faster, with download speeds reaching up to 80MB/s. Mavic 3 automatically selects the fastest transmission mode based on the wireless environment without switching to Wi-Fi mode manually.
Professional-quality footage is effortless thanks to FocusTrack. This easy-to-use suite of intelligent tracking modes includes Active Track 4.0, Spotlight 2.0, and Point of Interest 3.0, allowing you to unleash your creativity.
MasterShots gives users the best shots in any location with just a tap. Simply select your subject, and the drone will film while executing ten different maneuvers in sequence, keeping your subject center-frame and generating a short cinematic video afterward.
Hyperlapse allows you to warp time and space for especially stunning footage. Best of all, you can achieve this shot without complex post-processing. Choose from Free, Circle, Course Lock, and Waypoint modes, select the shooting location, and the DJI Fly app will do the rest.
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