Dual camera, 4/3 CMOS sensor and more
(Pocket-lint) – DJI has taken a giant leap into creating the perfect pro-level consumer drone, and has officially announced the all-new Mavic 3. And, as far as performance and specs go, this one’s an absolute monster.
It represents a huge upgrade over the Mavic 2 series, particularly when it comes to videography/photography and battery life. It starts with an all-new camera arrangement.
The dual-camera Hasselblad system features a primary camera with a 20-megapixel 4/3 CMOS sensor, the largest it’s ever put on a Mavic drone. It’s joined by an additional zoom camera to offer up to 28x hybrid zoom. That particular camera features a 1/2-inch 12-megapixel CMOS sensor.
For still photographers, the addition of RAW 12-bit format will enable you to capture tonnes of colour/data and give you a lot to play with when it comes to editing them afterwards.
As always, the camera system is mounted to a…