DJI recently introduced their most awaited drone- the DJI Air 3, the first all-around drone that possesses dual-primary camera system in DJI’s Air series.
The DJI Air 3 features dual-primary camera system which is built with 1/1.3-inch-CMOS wide-angle camera that includes 2.4 Pixel Size, 24mm Format Equivalent, and f/1.7 Aperture. It also has 1/1.3-inch-CMOS 3x medium tele camera that includes 2.4 Pixel Size, 70mm Format Equivalent, and f/2.8 Aperture.
These two cameras consist of the same sensor size but have different focal lengths. Both cameras also have the ability to deliver 48MP photos.
Its two 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensors support dual native ISO for direct output of 4K/60fps HDR video, which means captures from both cameras are filled with high-quality colors and impressive results.
The DJI Air 3 drone has two color modes: 10-bit D-Log M mode to keep the shadow and highlight details, and 10-bit HLG mode that shows a high dynamic range.
The Air 3 has the ability to last up to 46 minutes of flight, which gives plenty of time to explore and capture what you want throughout a single flight.
Also, to avoid obstacles, the DJI Air 3 drone has an omnidirectional sensing system. If hurdles are detected, it can utilize APAS 5.0 to avoid movements during its flight.
Additionally, the DJI Air 3 uses the next-gen O4 HD video transmission. This provides a range of up to 20 km and 1080p/60fps max-quality live feed for an effortless viewing.
You can get the latest DJI Air 3 in the Philippines for Php 71,990.
To see Air 3’s specifications, visit this link.