Both the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine feature a Hasselblad-branded L2D-20c dual-camera array that couples DJI engineering with Hasselblad’s proprietary Natural Color Solution (HNCS) technology. Inside the main camera, which can capture 12-bit Raw files, is a 20MP Four Thirds sensor behind a 24mm (full-frame equiv.) lens with a variable F2.8-11 aperture. The secondary camera (the top one in the array) uses a 12MP 1/2″-type CMOS sensor behind a 162mm (equiv.) telephoto lens with a fixed F4.4 aperture. Both lenses combine to offer a 28x hybrid (optical + digital) zoom function.
The main imaging difference between the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine models is that the Cine model can capture ProRes 422 HQ at a maximum data rate of 3,772 Mbps. Aside from ProRes 422 HQ capture, both drones can record 5.1K/50p, DCI or UHD 4K/120p and 1080p/200p footage (200 Mbps with H.264 and 140 Mbps with H.265). Both models offer 10-bit D-Log recording.
DJI Mavic 3 Key Features:
- 3-Axis Gimbal with Dual Cameras
- 20MP 5.1K Wide-Angle 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad
- 12MP Telephoto with 28x Hybrid Zoom
- Up to 46 Minutes of Flight Time
- Up to 9.3-Mile Transmission Range
- 360° Obstacle Avoidance System
- 10-Bit D-Log Color Profile & HNCS
- 1080p60 Live View Video Stream
- 8GB of Storage Space
- RC-N1 OcuSync 2.0 Remote Included