Gadgetren – As the official distributor for DJI drone manufacturers in Indonesia, Erajaya Active Lifestyle has officially opened the DJI Mavic 3 Pro pre-order program in Indonesia, which will last until May 11, 2023.
Buyers looking to order the Mavic 3 Pro can do so through the online sales channel at ShopeeTokopedia and Blibli as well as offline at Erajaya Active Lifestyle and DJI Indonesia retail stores.
The Mavic 3 Pro drone in Indonesia is available in three model variants that can be ordered, including the Mavic 3 Pro RC version priced at IDR 33,750,000, the Mavic 3 Pro RC Combo priced at IDR 42,990,000 and the Mavic 3 Pro RC Pro Combo is launched at IDR 53,290,000.
The Mavic 3 Pro drone itself is a drone aimed at aerial videographers, the successor to the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Classic. For information, the DJI Mavic 3 was previously released in 2021 and a year later the Mavic 3 Classic was born.
The two younger brothers only use one camera. With the introduction of the Mavic 3 Pro, DJI offers a different approach for aerial videographers, providing support for not just one camera but three cameras at the same time, so that video shooting becomes more creative by supporting increasingly sophisticated camera features .
Like its predecessor, the Mavic 3 Pro still retains a 20MP Hasselblad CMOS 4/3 camera on other Mavic 3s that support 24mm focal length lenses. This Hasselblad camera is capable of capturing wide-angle shots.
The Mavic 3 Pro has two other cameras, namely a 1/1.3″ 48MP camera with f/2.8 aperture, 3x optical zoom and 70mm focal length. Then the next camera is also a telephoto lens with a 1/2″ metering sensor that has a resolution of 12MP with f/3.4 aperture, 7x optical zoom, 28x hybrid zoom and 166mm focal length.
The Mavic 3 Pro camera also has the same capabilities as the other Mavic 3 that can record videos in 5.1K quality at 50fps or 4K at 120fps. Interestingly, the Mavic 3 Pro lens is known to have grown from the previous generation, which was from 162mm to 166mm, and features the previous aperture from f/4.4 to f/3.4.
This allows the drone pilot to capture images at a closer distance while keeping the drone’s propellers spinning. In addition, the Mavic 3 Pro camera can also record 120fps slow-motion video with DCI 4K mode, Hyperlapse video, 10-bit D-Log, and supports 12-bit RAW photo shooting up to 12.8 stops.
Because there are two extra cameras, the Mavic 3 Pro has more weight than before. The battery life in full condition can be used for about 43 minutes in flight conditions, which is slightly reduced compared to its predecessor which can be about 46 minutes.
Even so, the Mavic 3 Pro drone still uses eight wide-angle vision sensors or Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing and APAS 5.0 to detect potential obstacles and automatically navigate around them.
In addition, the Mavic 3 Pro is equipped with the DJI O3+ transmission system which allows the drone to be controlled from a distance of up to 15 km while recording live video in 1080P resolution at 60fps.
Other features include subject tracking for autofocus and framing, the ability to track specific waypoints and repeat flight paths with precision, and Advanced RTH that plans a safe and efficient return flight to the takeoff point when the battery is low. was granted.
The Mavic 3 Pro also has another variant with the Cine model which is specifically for film production. However, according to Benedictus Wijadi (BJ) as DJI’s Consumer Product Specialist for the Cine variant, it is not certain that it will also be ported to Indonesia because the users are very segmented.