A number of improvements have come with the newly released Mini 3 Pro to the smallest drone family in the DJI series. The Mini 3 Pro has obstacle-avoidance sensors, a larger image sensor, and an aperture. Despite this, it still weighs less than 250 grams. With the larger image sensor, wider f1/1.7 aperture, 48MP stills, and better low-light performance, you can shoot 4K30, 4K60 or HDR shots. There are also newly added “obstacle avoidance” sensors, Spotlight 2.0 technology that keeps the object you selected in the frame as you fly, and autonomous modes such as Point of Interest 3.0, an orbital mode at a specific radius and speed. While the standard battery gives the Mini 3 Pro a flight time of 34 minutes, the optional larger capacity battery gives you the chance to fly for 47 minutes. While the standard remote control requires you to use a smartphone as the display, the new DJI remote has a built-in display. Of course, do not forget that you have to pay an extra fee for this. Click here if you want to learn more about the DJI Mini 3 Pro drone.
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