DJI Unveils Commercial Drone Mavic 3M

China-based Da-Jiang Innovations (DJI), the world's largest consumer drone manufacturer, has unveiled the new Mavic 3M model, which will complement the already released Mavic 3 family.

Technically, the novelty repeats the previously presented drones, but differs in special equipment. The drone retained a 20MP camera, but instead of a telephoto lens, four 5MP multispectral cameras were installed to capture light with different wavelengths. The device can capture in the green and red channels, as well as in the red edge and near infrared channels. An additional camera captures the sky, fixing information about sunlight in these files for further correct processing of the received images.

The Mavic 3M is claimed to be capable of shooting within 1cm horizontally to 1.5cm vertically. The drone can rise to a height of up to 6 km, be removed to a distance of up to 32 km, and in the air the drone can spend up to 43 minutes. The novelty is intended primarily for entrepreneurs who use drones in their work.

Recall that the premiere of DJI Mavic 3 and DJI Mavic 3 Cine took place in November 2021, and DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise and DJI Mavic 3 Classic professional drones were shown autumn 2022.

Maxim Vershinin

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