DJI announced the Mini 3 Pro about a week ago, which is the company’s latest iteration of a mini drone. This guy brings a larger camera sensor, 4K 30fps recording, advanced obstacle avoidance, and more. And good news—you can already buy it in Nepal. So here, we will discuss the key specs, price, and availability of DJI Mini 3 Pro in Nepal.
DJI Mini 3 Pro Overview:
With the Mini 3 Pro, DJI has switched to a larger 1/1.3-inch sensor compared to the ½ sensor on its predecessor. The new sensor also has a new aperture of f/1.7. This new camera setup now allows the Mini 3 Pro to shoot 4K videos up to 60 fps. Likewise, 4K HDR videos cap out at 30 fps.
Furthermore, DJI Mini 3 Pro also allows shooting with D-Cinelike color profile – something that was missing on the Mini 2. The flatter color profile gives editors more information and data to work with.
Another neat addition is the support for True Vertical Shooting. DJI Mini 30 Pro’s gimbal can rotate 90-degrees to allow portrait recording. DJI says that users will be able to switch between landscape and portrait orientation in an instant and that the new feature will give detailed social media-ready content.
DJI Mini 3 Pro is the first “Mini” drone to feature DJI’s Tri-Directional Obstacle Sensing. The sensors are forward, backward and downward sensing.
These sensors allow DJI Mini 3 Pro features like APAS 4.0 for auto flight mode and FocusTrack suite to intelligently lock a subject to the center of the frame. On a side note, it is also the first drone in the Mini lineup to have both these features.
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Battery and Flight Time
DJI is offering the DJI Mini 3 Pro with two battery options. First, you have the standard Intelligent Flight Battery that promises a maximum flight time of 34 minutes. Then there is the new Flight Battery Plus that can keep the Mini 3 Pro in the air for up to 47 minutes.
DJI has also introduced DJI RC to go with the Mini 3 Pro. The new remote control is equipped with a 5.5-inch touchscreen and has DJI Fly integration. But if you already have the RC-N1 controller of the Mini 2, Air 2, or Air 2S, then you might not need the DJI RC.
Even with all these new features, DJI has managed to keep the weight of the Mini 3 Pro under 250 grams, with the standard battery, that is. Thus, users can use it without registering it in the US and many other regions. As for accessories, DJI sells “Fly More Kit” and “Fly More Kit Plus” for this drone. These include:
|Fly More Kit||Fly More Kit Plus|
|2x Intelligent Flight Batteries
– 34 minutes max flight time
|2x Intelligent Flight Batteries Plus
– 47 minutes max flight time
|1x two-way charging hub|
|2x propellers (pairs)|
|1x shoulder bag|
|1x USB 3.0 Type-C cable|
DJI Mini 3 Pro Price in Nepal and Availability
The price of a DJI Mini 3 Pro drone with RC-N1 in Nepal is NPR 140,900. Similarly, its Fly More Kit and Fly More Kit Plus accessory cost NPR 25,500 and NPR 35,500, respectively. The DJI RC bundle is currently unavailable here. You can buy DJI Mini 3 Pro drone in Nepal from Hukut Store.
|Product||Price in Nepal||Availability|
|DJI Mini 3 Pro (with RC-N1)||NPR 140,900||Hukut|
|Fly More Kit||NPR 25,500|
|Fly More Kit Plus||NPR 35,500|
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