DJI Mavic 3 Classic

The more attractive price tag comes with some compromises. The new DJI Mavic 3 Classic has a single camera, losing its mainstream brother’s telephoto capabilities. The Hasselblad camera has a 20-megapixel, 4/3 CMOS sensor and 24mm equivalent lens that can capture 5.1K footage at 50fps or 4K and 1080P at 60fps. Additionally, you have a slow-motion that can boost 4K captures to 120fps and 1080P to 200fps. Photos are captured as 12-bit RAW files for an increased dynamic range.

Like most consumer DJI drones, the Mavic 3 Classic comes in a gray paint job. With folded arms measures just 221×96.3×90.3mm and weigh just 895 grams.  Remember that because it goes over the 250-gram threshold, it needs to be registered with the FAA. The good news is that the Mavic 3 series, including the new Classic edition, has been issued the world’s first C1 certificate under the European Drone Regulation, allowing users to fly in the new A1 Open Category.


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