How does the new DJI drone compare?
DJI has finally released the Mini 3, its latest sub-250-gram drone for beginners. You can buy the Mini 3 Fly More Combo with the RC-N1 (no display screen) remote controller for $718, while the similar Fly More Combo of the previous generation Mini 2 drone can be purchased today for $509 in a limited-time deal. So, what exactly do you get by shelling out all that extra cash? Let’s take a look…
There are four major advantages that the DJI Mini 3 offers over the Mini 2.
Bigger imaging sensor: The Mini 2 comes with a 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor and f/2.8 aperture. On the other hand, the Mini 3 is equipped with a 1/1.3-inch camera sensor. A bigger sensor captures more details and, hence, delivers better shots. Further, Mini 3’s camera has an f/1.7 aperture and larger 2.4μm 4-in-1 pixels for clear details and excellent imagery even in low light conditions.
HDR video: While both the Mini 2 and Mini 3 can capture 4K/30fps video, DJI’s latest travel-friendly drone…