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The DJI Mavic 3 drone looks powerful and stunning in new photos taken off

The DJI Mavic 3 drone looks powerful and stunning in new photos taken off

Pictures, presentations and graphics are sufficient. Real photos of DJI’s upcoming Mavic 3 drone!

The The first picture is in the woods He showed up for some talent yesterday Jasper Ellens. Today’s DJI Flip Long Ocida LV He released a large photo board with detailed product shots.

Among the pros, there is great anticipation for another iteration of DJI’s Major Mawick. The Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom were released in August 2018, which means it’s been a long wait for a refresh.

Until last month, information leaks about the Mavic 3 were minimal. DJI was able to put the cap on the leak even after sealing off the final design.

But when it rains, it rains. Exactly what happened this week, starting with one Manual and complete specifications Dron has been published online.

New images released for DJI Mavic 3

And today’s leaked images show that the waiting bird is stronger and fatter than its ancestors. The dual camera in the photo above is nice, and the Hasselblatt logo is prominently displayed in the upper left corner. You can also find front fender sensors positioned at about a 45-degree angle to avoid side obstructions.

While the Maveek 3 creates magic with its new telephoto lens and wide-angle cameras, multiple grilles and air coolers are positioned throughout the drone’s fuselage to prevent internal components from overheating. The Mavich seal appears on the front of the drone, although the third number is affixed.

This second image shows how the drone is charged through the new USB-C port.

Here we have the DJI Mavic 3, out in the woods, ready to leave.


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