The Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo from DJI is geared toward professional movie creation, and it adds the ability to use the Apple ProRes 422 HQ codec, as well as increasing internal storage from 8GB to a monstrous 1TB SSD. Aside from that, the Cine Premium has the same outstanding dual cameras in the drone’s 3-axis gimbal as the previous model. A 20MP wide-angle camera with 4/3 resolution “CMOS sensor from Hasselblad, the iconic camera manufacturer. The other is a 12MP telephoto lens with a 1/2.3” sensor “CMOS sensor, 4K video, and a hybrid zoom of 28x. You may use it in Explore Mode to scout areas, but it works best in tandem with the wide-angle Hasselblad, shifting between the two for very dramatic, cinematic results.
The video quality of the Mavic 3 Cine Premium’s wide-angle Hasselblad offers up to 5.1K resolution and DCI 4K at 120 fps. The drone’s 12.8 stop dynamic range and adjustable aperture from f/2.8 to f/11 allow it to handle practically any lighting scenario and offer low-light footage with less noise. With vision sensor-based VDAF focusing and an 84° FOV, you can easily capture sweeping, atmospheric pictures as well as track and focus on subjects. To round out the Mavic 3’s outstanding imaging capabilities, Hasselblad’s NCS (Natural Color Solution) and 10-bit D-Log Color Profile are used for natural and accurate color reproduction.
DJI outfitted the Mavic 3 Cine Premium with technology to get the most out of each production to support these remarkable photography capabilities and the pilots who will capture them. With a single swipe, you can build flight courses, auto-track subjects, and perform sophisticated airborne maneuvers. An omnidirectional obstacle detecting system and APAS 5.0 work in tandem to ensure a collision-free flying. With up to 46 minutes of flying duration, a transmission range of up to 9.3 miles, and a folding design, you have a strong platform suitable for everyone from tech-obsessed amateur photographers to professional production houses.