DJI Mavic 3

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  • Max. Speed

    19 m/s

  • Max. Range

    15 km

DJI's Mavic 3 is the world's smartest flying camera and drone, giving you the power to create your own aerial adventures. It has a max range of 15 km and max speed of 19 m/s for agile, versatile flying. Additionally, the Mavic 3 can fly for up to 46 minutes with its 5000 mAh battery. This cutting-edge drone combines speed, range, and camera quality to make any flight a true adventure with its 5.1K video resolution and capable of shooting 20 MP photos in RAW or JPEG format. Not ready to say goodbye? Fly back home with the push of a button in Follow Mode or let our new Obstacle Avoidance feature do it for you as it captures the beauty below. Share your adventures with friends and family on social media thanks to our new Orbit Mode, which will allow you to circle around your subject while filming them from all angles. With its built-in sensors and software, the Mavic 3 can hover in place, hover up and down, and even fly in a straight line - making it easier to frame your shots. Additionally, the Mavic 3 has a max speed of up to 79 mph for quick, agile flying. Thanks to the Ocusync technology, you can stream high-quality video directly from the drone's camera up to 4K. The DJI Mavic 3 drone has a remote controller with a smartphone clamps that lets you see a real-time feed of what the drone sees. It also comes with an LCD screen that allows you to see critical flight information, such as its range and battery level. Additionally, the Mavic 3 has a range of up to 15 km and max speed of 19 m/s.
Return Home?
Follow Mode?
Orbit Mode?
Controller App?
Micro USB?
Foldable Design?
Obstacle Avoidance?
Gimbal Stabilizer?
Max. Flight Time
46 min
Max. Range
15 km
Max. Speed
19 m/s

Dimensions of the drone come in at 347 × 283 × 107 mm.

However, once folded up you're looking at a much more reasonable size 221 × 96 × 90 mm.

895 g
Dimensions When Folded
221 × 96 × 90 mm
347 × 283 × 107 mm
4k Camera?
Camera Resolution - Photo
20 MP
Live Video Frame Rate
60 fps
Video Resolution
Live Video Resolution
Video Framerate
50 fps

The DJI Mavic 3 is a Multirotors drone that was released by DJI in 4/11/2021.

The battery capacity inside is 5000 mAh.

Release Date
Battery Capacity (mAH)
5000 mAh
Rotor Count
Maximum Temperature
40° C
Minimum Temperature
-10° C
Reviews of the DJI Mavic 3
Rated 4.3 / 5 from 7 Reviews
DJI has put a premium on its flagship folding drone, but does the DJI Mavic 3 justify its price hike?
  • - 4.5
The DJI Mavic 3 is a spectacular piece of equipment, seemingly blasting past the limits of battery length, sensor size, safety and more. The lens is sharp across nearly the entire imaging area, and Hasselblad’s guiding hands have ensured imaging is excellent with or without post-processing. Why not 5-stars then? It could be, when next major firmware update comes in January we’ll finally know, but until then it’s an aerial photographer’s dream which does – in some respects – require a slight bet on DJI
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DJI's first compact pro drone is on an entirely different level
  • - 5
The new DJI Mavic 3 is the first compact, foldable drone designed for professional use. It’s not cheap, mind, but then how could it be when it’s equipped with a four-thirds camera sensor, a separate tele zoom camera for scouting far-away subjects, obstacle avoidance in every direction and a flight time in excess of 40 minutes? Matchless.
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An aerial powerhouse with few peers
  • - 4.5
The DJI Mavic 3 is a leap forward for folding drones, thanks to its excellent video quality and safety features. In many ways, it's everything drone fans could hope for, with an excellent Four Thirds camera, adjustable aperture, boosted battery life, and improved collision avoidance, all packed into a bundle that's lighter than the Mavic 2 Pro. Thanks to firmware updates, it's also now fully featured, but the high price tag remains a cost that non-professionals might find hard to justify.
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This will get you the best-looking video footage from a consumer drone. It's also tons of fun to fly.
  • - 4
The base model is not exactly cheap at $2,200, but it's more approachable, and it still produces the best quality video footage I've seen from a consumer drone. The long flight time, impressive obstacle avoidance features, and (in theory) ActiveTrack 5 make the Mavic 3 stand well above anything else on the market.
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  • - 4
If you can afford it and know what you will use it for, the Mavic 3 is an easy recommendation. Most people can probably ignore the Cine model — $5,000 is a lot of money, and if you add warranty on top of that, and if you live in a place where you pay sales taxes, that price can go up really quickly. The standard Mavic 3 is also not really for beginners — if you’re a hobbyist or prosumer mostly posting on your social feeds, you can probably get away with an Air 2, 2S, or even a Mini 2. But if this isn’t your first drone, and you’re ready to step up to a new level of image quality, want the best of the best in a relatively small package, and have enough computing power to edit these massive files — you really can’t go wrong with the Mavic 3.
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The new Mavic 3 provides outstanding image quality and impressive features in a foldable and lightweight package.
  • - 4
Image quality is important for many drone pilots and the DJI Air 2S is the next best option after the Mavic 3 thanks to its 20MP 1-inch sensor. This model is smaller, lighter and less expensive than the Mavic 3 and can shoot Raw photos and videos in flat colour profiles. The only downside is that it doesn’t offer an adjustable aperture in the camera.
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Cinematic power at a price
  • - 4.3
I’ll leave the final word to Samuel, the professional photographer and certified pilot who owns multiple DJI drones and assisted in this review. “I am definitely interested in buying it, because it has a sensor that’s larger and performs at a high level so it’s a big step up in terms of image quality. The extra battery life also makes planning easier, and the drone is extremely stable, even in wind, so you feel like you have a ‘tripod in the sky.’ It has some flaws for sure, but for me, those are outweighed by the image quality benefits.”
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