If you didn’t already know, DJI had yet another release in its Mini series—the DJI Mini 3.
Between so many new consumer products, buyers’ heads are spinning…so which drone is right for you? Let’s take a closer look at the Mini 3 and compare it to its older brother, the Mini 3 Pro.
Price is always going to be a driving factor in consumers’ decisions. The Mini 3 Pro is one of the most affordable drones DJI has to offer, starting at $669 solo; the Mini 3 offers users more or less the same flagship features, with a lower price tag of $469. For those who already have a compatible DJI controller, the $200 difference may not matter. If you’re a first-time flyer and you need all the equipment to fly, the Mini 3 Fly More Combo with the standard RC starts off at $718—a little pricier, but still more affordable than most drone sets.
DJI upgraded its standard remote controllers to the DJI RC, giving pilots a complete experience with an incredible, bright, FHD display that allows users to fly their drones without needing a smartphone connection for FPV views.
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DJI keeps boosting the Mavic 3’s capabilities—shortly after adding the Mavic 3 Classic to the series, DJI released a new firmware update that unlocks several new features.
DJI has dropped an addition to its Mavic 3 series drones, the Mavic 3 Classic, expanding its lineup of consumer drones. The launch of the Mavic 3 Classic came shortly after DJI added the Mavic 3 Enterprise as an entry-level, transitional drone for commercial application.
In order to properly fly your drone, you have to know how it works—it’s important to have a basic understanding of how a drone connects to the controller, and what limitations exist. By having a firm grasp on how the drone operates, you can minimize the chances of crashing or losing your drone.