The Mavic 3 drones, DJI’s latest addition to their popular Mavic series, come in seven different versions, each with its own unique features and capabilities, meaning it was time for a Mavic 3 drone model comparison.
With the advent of these new DJI Mavic drone models, it was time to do a comparison of the various Mavic drone models.
DJI has now released 2 new Mavic drone models, the Mavic 3 Pro and Mavic 3 Cine. In one fell swoop, they also replaced 2 models of the Mavic drone, the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine with the new drones.
We joked on twitter that in order to get all the features of a Phantom 4 Pro, you’ll need two different mavics.
We also said to get all the features of an Inspire 2, you’ll need 3 new mavics.
And to have as much fun flying the Mavic 3 as previous models, there is only one Mavic that takes flight without banking turn mode.
Either way DJI has announced a new model of the Mavic 3 showcasing their intent to finally replace all the versions of the Phantom. So let’s break down in the real difference of these Mavic drones and showcase a true comparison between the various models.
Let’s be honest, DJI has bifurcated the features on their drones to match the competition. Seriously, if you need a drone capable of mapping, you’ll need the Mavic 3 Enterprise. But if you want to shoot 4k60 video, you’ll need to buy a different Mavic. If you want to shoot High Dynamic Range photos on your M3 Enterprise, you’re out of luck. You would have to buy another Mavic Drone.
Would that change with the Mavic 3 Pro? Maybe.
Here is the comparison of the various Mavic 3 Models.
With all the new Mavic 3 Drone models, which will you choose to fly? Only one Mavic 3 has the coveted Attitude mode, which makes safety easy and makes tracking vehicles even easier.
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