After months of leaks and rumours, the DJI Mini 3 Pro is finally here – and it sure seems worth the wait.
The DJI Mini series has traditionally been filled with entry-level offerings, but we’re not sure if this is by choice, or simply a side-effect of designing to a 250g weight limit.
With the Mini 3 Pro, however, things are quite different. DJI has somehow managed to cram in tri-directional obstacle avoidance and a slew of new features without increasing the weight.
The new drone can fly for 34-minutes at a time with its included battery, and DJI will be selling an extended battery that will allow for epic 47-minute long flights.
It uses the O3 transmission system, which provides a 1080p live view at distances up to 12km.
The Mini 3 Pro features a larger 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor capable of capturing…