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DJI has done it again, making the world’s best drone even better with the new Mavic 3

 

DJI is the global leader in civilian drones and creative technology. Today, they have reimagined what a drone can be with the new Mavic 3. This drone is a bold and brilliant update that once again redefines how to create magic from the sky. The Mavic 3 is the most comprehensive improvement to the world’s most popular drone series in three years, improving performance in every function to create new aerial possibilities. From its 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera and 28x hybrid zoom camera, to its omnidirectional obstacle sensors with a maximum 200-meter range, to its redesigned batteries that provide up to 46 minutes of flight time, Mavic 3 provides unprecedented flight performance and a peerless content creation experience.

 

The upgraded hardware and software can process 5.1K video at 50 frames per second in supple and nuanced color with heightened low-light sensitivity, and support 4K/120fps for higher-quality results for slow-motion footage. “The result is incredible. Mavic 3 enables users to effortlessly make epic shots without compromising on small size, stunning performance, pervasive flight safety, and dazzling image quality. We are confident that this drone will astonish videography and photography enthusiasts, as well as professional production houses and media workers around the globe,” said Ferdinand Wolf, Creative Director, DJI Europe [1].

Another huge piece to the Mavic series is that DJI has continually led the drone industry in developing innovative safety features, and Mavic 3 continues this tradition with improved obstacle sensing and navigation systems to give drone pilots the guidance they need to stay safe.

 

Here at Aerial State, we strive to stay on top of the new technology as it gets better. We look forward to elevating our aerial images and videos with the help of the Mavic 3 along with providing our clients with the best quality work possible. Check out Aerial State Media for more of our most recent aerial work!

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