We just saw the new one DJI Air 2S , but new rumors suggest that DJI has an even more powerful drone up its sleeve this year – a DJI Mavic 3 Pro that can shoot 8K videos.
, which tops 4K / 30p video. It should be noted that although DroneDJ has called its insider a “trusted source”, some of its sources have a mixed record of DJI predictions. The information is apparently based on DJI-tested Mavic 3 Pro prototypes, one of which obviously has 8K / 30p powers, so it is far from certain that this will end up in the final version. Still, given that the mid-range Air 2S recently arrived with 5.4K video powers, the transition to 8K for DJI’s “pro” line would really make sense in theory – offering some interesting possibilities. Air 2S, for example, uses its extra ion resolution to provide a useful digital zoom function, which works well with 2x zoom. And with advanced rivals like the Autel Evo II Pro already offering 6K video features, it seems likely that DJI wants to see a new benchmark for top levels with a Mavic 3 Pro.
If DJI’s next flagship comes with 8K photography features, it could be a great option for professional videographers who want to improve the quality of their images. At present, there are no consumer drones capable of leading such high-resolution videos, with the latest advanced mirrorless cameras, as data DSC R5
– have recently taken advantage of this feature. That said, a DJI Mavic 3 Pro should significantly improve the 1-inch sensor on the Mavic 2 Pro to maintain decent image quality with this resolution. There are currently no rumors about which sensor the drone could use, but a Four Thirds chip may be possible within the size of the series.
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In fact, the arrival of the Air 2S undoubtedly made the Mavic 2 Pro redundant, given that both drones have a 1-inch sensor. Currently, the Mavic 2 Pro is the only real advantage over its cheaper, newer sibling camera variable aperture, which allows you to control your exposure without having to land and change the ND (density filter). Neutral). With the mid-range DJI Air 2S now offering a 1-inch sensor and 5.4K video, it seems highly likely that a successor to the Mavic 2 Pro will upgrade to a larger sensor and video resolution. higher. This can give professional shooters the opportunity to take proven 4K images of higher quality or use the extra resolution to cut into the frame, all from a relatively compact collapsible drone. Of course, that would likely make the Mavic 3 Pro more expensive than its predecessor, which cost $ 1,599 / £ 1,349 / AU $ 2,499 at launch. As expected, the DroneDJ source suggests that “the price [på Mavic 3Pro] will certainly be very high ”- so do not expect a light squirting price if the drone comes later this year. It would also end a very hectic year for DJI. In the last 12 months alone, the China-based company has added more than 10 new consumer products to its range, including data DJI Mini 2
intends to enter the automotive industry
as an autonomous developer of technical cars and collaborate with well-known manufacturers to integrate their drone technology into future vehicles. This basket ball could have been bad news for fans who were worried that the company was abandoning its roots to build drones, but it seems like there is no way that will happen. soon – especially after rumors of the next advanced drone tip about an extremely impressive machine.