Check out the no further than the DJI Air 3 drone, set to be released soon, although DJI has not officially announced this new model, social media platforms have already revealed some juicy details that have gotten drone enthusiasts excited.
The DJI Air 3 drone is expected to retain the basic design of its predecessor, the Air 2S, but with some major upgrades. One such upgrade is the new insertable battery, which will give the Air 3 drone a 20% increase in battery capacity compared to the Air 2S. This means that you can spend more time in the air capturing stunning footage, without having to worry about your battery dying too quickly.
Air 3 drone will also feature an upgraded dual-camera system, replacing the single-camera system of the previous generation. According to @DealsDrone, the dual-camera design will include a main camera with an equivalent focal length of 24mm and a telephoto lens with an equivalent focal length of 70mm, aperture values for these lenses are f/1.7 and f/2.8, respectively, means that you will be able to capture even more stunning aerial footage, with greater detail and clarity.
And if that’s not enough to get you excited, then how about the fact that the DJI Air 3 drone has already passed FCC certification? The certification documents confirm the battery capacity of the DJI Air 3 drone to be 4241 mAh / 62.6 Wh, which is 20% higher than the Air 2S. FCC documents also show documentation for the RC 2 and RC-N2 remote controllers, which will likely be included with the drone.
Are you ready to get your hands on the DJI Air 3 drone?