DJI showed their new drones Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine. They are designed for professional shooting, the most expensive Mavic 3 Cine for $4,999 can shoot Apple ProRes 422 HQ at 5.1K up to 50fps. The format previously debuted on the iPhone 13 Pro | 13 Pro Max. The Cine memory bundle includes a 1TB SSD.
The cheaper Mavic 3 doesn’t include the ability to shoot ProRes, and it doesn’t have a 1TB SSD, but it shoots in 4K at up to 120fps. Worth the “folk version” $2,199
Both drones can take 20MP photos and have a hybrid zoom lens with 28x digital zoom.
The Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine have a battery life of 46 minutes on a single charge. Drones support omnidirectional obstacle detection. Sensors allow you to detect objects at a distance of up to 200 m.
Smart flight home planning Advanced RTH calculates the fastest and safest return home from the starting point. Drones also include ActiveTrack 5.0 technology, which will allow you to track objects so as not to let them out of the frame. This feature will not be available for a while, but DJI will enable it later.
A source: The Verge