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DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo – Camera Drone with 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad Camera, 5.1K Video, Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing, 46-Min Flight, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, Max 15km Video Transmission


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Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo

It has been five years since the release of the first Mavic drone. And on November 5, 2021, DJI introduced the long-awaited copters of this series, but already the third generation – Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine. The new models weigh only 7 grams less than the second generation drones. These are the first models in the amateur and professional segment that are compact, fold out and equipped with two cameras. The bottom of the drone is equipped with a camera developed jointly with Hasselblad, with a 20-megapixel 4/3 sensor. Above it is a 12-megapixel 1/2″ CMOS camera for TV and photography.

The more expensive version of Cine mostly repeats the stuffing of the standard version, but the first one has 1TB of internal memory and the ability to shoot with support for the ProRes 422 HQ codec. The Cine also comes in a Combo version that also includes three batteries, two sets of ND filters, and a more sophisticated DJI RC Pro remote controller.

Main functions

Among the main functions of new products are the following:

  • 20MP 4/3 CMOS sensor + 12MP 1/2″ CMOS sensor;
  • The main camera has a 24 mm EGF lens with an 84º FOV, with a variable aperture of F2.8-11 and a 4x digital zoom
  • The telephoto camera has a 162 mm EGF lens with a fixed aperture of F4.4 and digital zoom up to 28X
  • Hasselblad HNCS System
  • Video Recording: 5.1K/50p, DCI or UHD 4K/120p and 1080/200p
  • H.264 and H.265 video codecs at 200 and 140 Mbps
  • Apple ProRes 422 HQ codec on Cine model
  • Video: 10-bit D-Log and HDR
  • Image formats: Raw and JPEG
  • OcuSync 3.0 (O3) Image Transmission System (up to 15 km)
  • Omnidirectional Obstacle Detection System
  • APAS (Advanced Pilot Assistance System) and ActiveTrack 5.0 functions
  • Cinematic Mode ‘MasterShots’
  • Flight time 46 minutes
  • Total weight 900 g

Mavic 3 Standard and Cine models can be in flight mode for up to 46 minutes. This outperforms the Mavic 2 series and DJI Air 2S by 15 minutes. A more advanced and expensive version, the Mavic 3 Cine, offers 1TB of internal storage and support for Apple’s ProRes 422 HQ codec, which compresses video files to the minimum for the highest possible picture quality.

However, along with a significant refinement of many parameters of copters and cameras, the final price of the products of the third generation of the Mavic line has also changed dramatically. Is this price hike justified? Below we provide a comparative table of innovations.

Let’s compare some of the most important parameters

In terms of camera sensor, video resolution, zoom capability, and flight time, the Mavic 3 is superior in both versions to previous Mavic models. Let’s compare them.

DJI Mavic 3/Cine Mavic 2 Pro DJI Air 2S
Camera 20 MP, 4 / 3 CMOS sensor, EGF 24 mm F2.8-11 20 MP, 1-inch matrix, EFR 28 mm
20 MP, 1-inch sensor, EFR 22 mm F2.8 (fixed)
Zoom Hybrid: 1-4x digital zoom on main camera, 28x digital zoom on telephoto camera 2x optical, 4x digital (Mavic 2 Zoom, sold separately) 1-4x digital zoom
Video transmission OcuSync 3.0 (O3), 4 antennas, 15 km, 1080p/60p OcuSync 2.0 Dual Antenna 10km 1080p/30p OcuSync 3.0 (O3), 4 antennas, 12 km, 1080p/30p
Video resolution 5.1K/50p, DCI or UHD 4K/120p 4K/30p 5.4K/30p, 4K/60p
Video bitrate 200 Mbps (H.264) / 140 Mbps (H.265) 100 Mb/s 150 Mbps
LOG video 10-bit D-Log, HDR video (10-bit) 10-bit D-Log-M, HDR video (10-bit) 10-bit D-Log-M, HDR video (10-bit)
APAS (Advanced Pilot Assistance System) version APAS 5.0 APAS 1.0 APAS 4.0
Obstacle avoidance sensors Front, rear, bottom, top, left and right Front, rear, bottom, top, left and right Front, back, bottom, top
flight time 46 minutes 31 minutes 31 minutes
Dimensions 221 x 96 x 90mm 214×91×84mm 180×97×80mm
The weight 895g/899g 907 g 595 g

Drone and controller

When folded, the new Mavic 3 measures 221 x 96 x 90mm, which is slightly larger than the Mavic 2. The standard version is 8g lighter, while the Cine is 12g lighter due to the fact that the body and chassis of the new products are slightly narrower than the previous one. versions. The propellers are longer and have orange tips. Externally, the 5000 mAh batteries that are inserted into the back of the drone body also differ. They have become longer and thinner. In general, it can be noted that the design of the 3 Series has become more aerodynamic.

DJI Mavic 3 vs. DJI Mavic 3 Cine: Standard vs. Enhanced Version of New DJI Drones Reviewed and Compared

DJI engineers managed to create a more reliable obstacle avoidance system for Mavic 3 drones. The previous version of the line had obstacle detection sensors on the sides of the drone, but in some cases they were not very effective and only worked when the drone was in Tripod mode. On the Air 2S, obstacle avoidance sensors are located at the top, bottom, front and rear.

As for the new models, here DJI developers have equipped these quadcopters with six fisheye visual sensors and two wide-angle sensors, which allow the drone to view the space around it 360 degrees, thereby avoiding collisions even in standard flight mode. On the lower part of the body are two additional sensors and a backlight, which will come in handy during takeoff and landing in low visibility conditions.

APAS 5.0 is the latest version of the autopilot system that automatically detects obstacles. If there are obstacles in the way of the copter, the system builds a route around it.

On the Mavic 3 models, DJI decided to use the same RC-N1 Remote Controller that is used for the Mavic Air 2, Air 2S and Mini 2 drones. It does not have external antennas and it is not always possible to mount the smartphone on top of the remote control. Nevertheless, it is comfortable to hold in your hands, and it also has all the necessary functions for control, including convenient buttons for instantly turning on and stopping photos and videos. It is also easy for the user to switch modes (Cine, Normal and Sport), and you can use the function to return the drone to home at any time. However, if the pilot does not want to use the included standard remote, a separate Smart Remote for Mavic 3 can be purchased.

The Cine model is controlled by the new DJI RC Pro. Outwardly and in its functions, it is very similar to the updated version of the Smart Controller, as discussed above. The RC Pro is equipped with a 5.5-inch bright 1000 nits screen, and is also capable of picking up a signal within a radius of 15 km thanks to the O3 + transmission system (OcuSync 3) installed on it. The manufacturer claims that the remote control takes 90 minutes to fully charge, after which it can control your quadcopter for 3 hours in a row.

DJI Mavic 3 vs. DJI Mavic 3 Cine: Standard vs. Enhanced Version of New DJI Drones Reviewed and Compared

Photo and video shooting

In developing the third generation of Mavic drones, DJI partnered with Swedish camera manufacturer Hasselblad to create their L2D-20c camera for this series of drones. Located on the bottom of the body of the drone, the main camera has a power of 20 MP, 4/3 CMOS-matrix with a 24 mm EGF lens and a viewing angle of 84º FOV, with an adjustable aperture of F2.8-11. The camera can take photos in 12-bit Raw format. The entire system of two cameras is located on a 3-axis mechanical suspension.

Directly above the main camera is another 12MP camera with a 1/2″ CMOS sensor. In Explore mode, by clicking on the image of the binoculars in Photo mode, you can activate this feature. The main camera of the drone offers 1-4x digital zoom. Hybrid zoom switches you to a telephoto lens capable of 7-28x digital zoom. The 162mm hybrid zoom (digital + optical) on the telephoto and still lens, 15º FOV and f/4.4 fixed aperture can zoom the subject up to 28x. This will switch from camera to camera to create an optical zoom effect.

Prior to the release of the Mavic 3 series, having a 4/3 CMOS sensor camera mounted on a drone meant buying a more expensive and heavier DJI Inspire drone and purchasing an additional Zenmuse X5 camera to mount on the drone’s gimbal. The third generation of Mavics is also equipped with Hasselblad’s HCNS technology, which offers better color reproduction.

The standard version of the Mavic 3 will allow you to record videos up to 5.1K/50p, DCI or UHD 4K/120p and 1080/200p at 140Mbps with H.265 codec and 200Mbps with H.264 codec. The Cine version also features Apple’s ProRes 422 HQ codec. Among other things, as mentioned above, this drone can shoot in 4K / 120p at 3772 Mb / s. This video recording performance is vastly superior to Mavic 2 Pro’s 4K/30p@100Mbps and Air 2S’s 5.4K/30p@150Mbps.

The base version of the Mavic 3 offers 8GB of onboard storage and is capable of capturing up to 1 billion shades of color while shooting in 10-bit D-Log mode. The Cine version is equipped with a 1TB SSD memory module and can record and store heavier files thanks to Apple’s ProRes 422 HQ codec.

New DJI Mavic 3 Cine Dual Camera Provides High-End Photo and Video Capture
New DJI Mavic 3 Cine Dual Camera Provides High-End Photo and Video Capture

DJI Fly app and flight behavior

Mavic 3 drone platforms use the DJI Fly app, which is also compatible with Mavic Mini, Mini 2, Mavic Air 2, and Air 2S drones. It was first introduced two years ago with the release of the Mavic Mini. The app’s intuitive interface shows all available photo modes on one screen. When switching from Auto to Manual or Pro mode, sliders appear in the lower right corner to adjust white balance, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, and select JPEG or Raw + JPEG format. When you enable Video, you can also adjust the resolution.

The three dots in the top corner will open up even more options for different options. For example, you can select D-Log, video format, photo size and format, as well as behavior when encountering an obstacle in the path of the drone. It is also possible to adjust the height and range of the distance, choose the system of measurement. You can turn on the AirSense feature, which warns drone pilots when manned aircraft are approaching.

First introduced on the Air 2S, MasterShots is also available on the new Mavic 3. It automatically creates professional-quality footage that you can instantly share on social media by simply selecting a few basic settings such as portrait or landscape. After that, the drone will fly and take a whole lot of pictures, which will be connected together in the application. You can also quickly select background music. DJI engineers are also introducing the QuickTransfer feature, which will allow users to transfer data from a remote device to a smartphone via Wi-Fi 6 for quick editing. Such a feature can be very popular among vloggers and amateur operators.

DJI Mavic 3 vs. DJI Mavic 3 Cine: Standard vs. Enhanced Version of New DJI Drones Reviewed and Compared

Speaking about the flight qualities of the third series, it is worth noting that all attempts to make the drones thinner and take into account the nuances of aerodynamics in the design have been successful. This generation of drones hold up well in the wind, fly smoothly and maneuver in the air. The drone is quieter than the Mavic 2 series. The DJI RC Pro remote that comes with the Mavic Cine Premium Combo deserves special praise.

Equipped with OcuSync 3.0 (O3) technology, the Mavic 3 can fly up to 30 km without visible obstacles or interference. Of course, it is unlikely that anyone will actually perform such long-range flights, but the distance declared by the manufacturer indicates that the drone will most likely not lose contact with the pilot on the ground during short-range flights. Mavic 3 can travel at speeds up to 75.6 km/h in the fastest sport mode.

The developers have also improved the return home function. Instead of flying along a pre-set route, the drone will determine the shortest and easiest path, avoiding obstacles within a radius of up to 200 m, and safely return to the take-off point.

In addition to the standard version of the new DJI Mavic 3, two combo kits are also available for order – DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo and DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo.

Additional information

Specification: DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo

Package dimensions

‎35.4 x 28.2 x 12.7 centimetres

Package Weight

‎5.17 Kilograms

Included components

‎DJI Mavic 3 ND Filters Set (ND64/128/256/512) ×1, DJI Mavic 3 ND Filters Set (ND4/8/16/32) ×1, DJI 10Gbps Lightspeed Data Cable ×1, DJI Mavic 3 Intelligent Flight Battery ×3, DJI Convertible Carrying Bag ×1, Type-C Cable ×1, DJI 65W Portable Charger ×1, DJI Mavic 3 Battery Charging Hub ×1, DJI RC Pro ×1, DJI Mavic 3 Storage Cover ×1, DJI Mavic 3 Low-Noise Propellers (pair) ×6, DJI Mavic 3 Cine ×1, DJI RC Pro Control Sticks (pair) ×1

Part number

‎DJI Mavic 3 Premium Combo(UK)

Warranty description

‎DJI Warranty Applies


‎DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo

Rechargeable battery included


Item dimensions L x W x H

‎16.2 x 17.7 x 12.1 centimetres

Product dimensions

‎34.8L x 28.3W x 10.8H centimetres





Item Weight

‎1.98 pounds

Country of Origin


Item model number



‎3 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Manufacturer Part Number


Special Features

‎Lightweight, Adjustable

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Price History

Price history for DJI Mavic 3 Cine Premium Combo - Camera Drone with 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad Camera, 5.1K Video, Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing, 46-Min Flight, Apple ProRes 422 HQ, Max 15km Video Transmission
Latest updates:
  • $1,899.00 - January 18, 2024
  • $269.99 - December 19, 2023
  • $2,099.00 - November 19, 2023
  • $3,117.75 - October 20, 2023
Since: October 20, 2023
  • Highest Price: $3,117.75 - October 20, 2023
  • Lowest Price: $269.99 - December 19, 2023

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  1. VintageSlots

    I have owned and currently own many DJI products (FW 550, S900, Mavic 1, Mavic 2, etc.).The Mavic 3 is by far the worst product they have introduced.The firmware is half baked (and that is being generous). The Mavic 3 does not support many important features that the Mavic 1 and 2 support. Here is a list of the shortcomings of the Mavic 3.1. No waypoints or SDK support. This means you can’t use third party software to waypoints. This capability is a must for people who take on jobs like documenting a construction project.2. No zooming between 4x and 7x. You have continuous zooming (digital) from 1x – 4x and 7x – 28x but nothing between 4x and 7x.3. No goggle support4. No raw video HDMI support. The Smart Controller does have HDMI out but there is no way to just output the video stream from the camera. Basically making the HDMI feed useless for live video feeds for FaceBook or live news.5. You cannot use the Go4 app, you must use the app that is used for the much lower end drones.6. You cannot transfer files from the internal SSD to a removable micro SD card.7. The controller that ships with the non Cine model is horrible. No display on it to see things like battery life and no scroll wheel to do zooming and simultaneously adjust the gimbal.8 They advertise 46 minute battery life under ideal situations. In my tests I found it to be around 30 minutes. HUGE difference between 30 minutes and 46 minutes.9. The Mavic 1 and Mavic 2 fly very smooth. The Mavic 3 tends to have really violent jitter when you are flying and then make a minor turn.10. No support for things like Panorama, Orbits, Waypoints.11. The bag is way overvalued. If this thing is really worth $350 they should give an option of a hard case instead.DJI has stated some of the missing features will be provided in a “future” update.DJI does not always deliver on their promises.Until they do, do not buy this drone.————–Update on 3/10/2022In January of 2022 they released an update which adds a lot of missing features which is good.However, in this release it appears they totally broke ADS-B notifications.Manned aircraft usually transmit their locations via an ADS-B transmitter. The Mavic 3 has an ADS-B receiver so it can notify you if manned aircraft are in the vicinity of the drone. This feature no longer works and is a huge safety issue.I have contacted DJI Support about this problem and they refuse to acknowledge it.Until DJI fixes this problem do NOT buy this drone.This is why I have rated this drone as 1 star. It does NOT do that DJI advertises.

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  2. Guadalupe Castro

    The quality Best toy ever

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  3. ancientferguson

    With the most recent firmware update, this drone finally became the drone it should have been on release. DJI, in order to catch the Christmas sales, released it half baked.

    However, it is a cracking drone now, except one problems remains. At the time of writing, this drone will take 3-7 minutes to acquire satellites before it can take off, on the first flight of the day. This wait drains the battery anywhere up to 4%.
    That can be a game changer.

    Currently, my Air 2s is less than a minute to acquire at the same location.

    This problem is all over the Internet and YouTube.

    When it changes, I will update this review to a 5 star.

    DJI have been treating customers with contempt with this drone. Before you buy, make sure you ask DJI when then they intend fixing this issue. Otherwise, it may drive you mad.

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  4. Jeiel

    The Tx is the best part so far. I was a little concerned that the size of the screen would seem too small, but I found it adequate and it was less work than working with a phone or tablet. The build quality of the aircraft seems good. I did not like the price, but it is a working tool for me so getting the CINE version made sense.Update: Excellent video quality and range. The only negative was grass blades damagged a propeller. Lesson learned. I got a landing pad to avoid that happening again.

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  5. Amazon Customer

    Love this drone but I would struggle to say that this is a beginners drone. Huge amount of fun. Amazing video and photos. The introduction videos that DJI guide you towards are good, but, really fail to do anything other than introduce you to the drone. In depth help is not really available through their help systems, can be found by those that have published either Youtube videos or forum answers, which helps, but DJI should be the providers of in depth answers in particular, for the Fly app.
    Do I regret owning it? No, this drone is amazing and is persuading me that I maybe need to move up…..

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  6. lisa ann brown

    Filming and photography. Fantastic camera and flying. It’s much better with a video controller

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  7. jesvin xavi

    This has to be by far the best quality drone that I have ever used in terms of picture quality, build quality, easy of flying and stability.
    The pictures and videos that you get from this are cinematic. The inbuilt storage is large enough to take high res video for a decent time. Also the battery last way lo get than I expected it to especially with high intensity flying and recording.
    The best part I would say is how easy it is to fly even for beginners. Its following feature is amazing. I took it out this weekend for mountain biking and it was able to follow me near perfectly even through trees. Its object avoidance is also second to none. The only negative is how expensive it is but tbh it is kind of worth it for what you see getting and DJI has many more affordable drones with slightly less features.

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  8. Alanj49

    I have been meaning to upgrade my drone for a while, and decided to take the plunge and get the Mavic 3. What held me back was the initial problems it has with GPS and a few other things. There have been 3 updates recently which have solved all of the problems, and now I am over the moon with it

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  9. Paul

    The best drone there is for the consumer market. It’s got amazing features now after the firmware update. It’s easy to learn and use and it’s quite quiet given its size.

    The video footage and photographs are amazing. You definitely get what you pay for!

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  10. Amazon Customer

    This is an amazing drone like many people say it is, yes it has its down side but with firmware updates these should be fixed. A word of caution though unless you hold your flyers ID and the CAA A2CofC this drone basically CANNOT be flown within 150m of any areas used for residential, recreational, industrial and commercial purposes and 50m away from uninvolved people which basically means you need to find a massive open area clear of people and not close to any buildings. if you have your A2 CofC there are still restrictions just not as strict. this could all of course change on 1st Jan 2023 when the transition period finishes (apparently). If your having a bit of fun and dont want to go through the process of doing the A2CofC stick with a drone under 250g. More or less no restrictions apart from max flight altitude, flying over assemblies of people and obtaining an UAS operators ID. I hope this helps

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