The FCC listing shows two different versions in the new generation of one of the brand’s most popular drones. While the L2A code represents the DJI Mavic 3, the L2P references the DJI Mavic 3 Cine Version, which has some extra features. The battery will be one of the great highlights of the new product, with up to 5.12 mAh capacity — a big leap from 3.660 Mavic 2 mAh. The certification also references a battery tank of , 4 V and 77 Wh, in a package that should guarantee up to 60 flight minutes, ie 12 minutes longer than the previous generation.
The FCC documents also confirm the differences between the two versions that will be released: the DJI Mavic 3 Cine Version will come with a built-in SSD, as well as a high data transfer cable, up to 1 Gbps — the regular version will come with traditional Micro SD card reader. DJI will also additionally offer the Fly More package, with extra batteries and spare parts.
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Other previously rumored specs regarding the new drones include main camera in partnership with Hasselblad, with 12 MP, 4/3 CMOS sensor, aperture between f/2.8 and f/11, field of view of 65º and focal length of 46 mm. A secondary camera should act as a telephoto, with 12 MP, 1/2 CMMOS sensor, f/4.4 aperture, up to 7x optical zoom and up to hybrid 20x.
DJI’s new action camera will arrive to continue competition from GoPro, promising more features and high Image quality. In addition, it must have a modular design for connecting battery or screen combos, as well as support for a wireless remote that will have a battery of 60 mAh.
The camera should come with a 1/1.7 inch CMOS sensor and f/2.8 aperture, with viewing angle up to 88º. It will support 4K video recording 88 fps with aspect ratio 11:9, or 4K 60 fps in 4:3 aspect . For photos, DJI Action 2 will be able to capture images in up to 12 MP (4. x 3. pixels).