DJI Mini 3 with Smart Remote Controller Fly More Combo Plus


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  • Up 4K30 Video & 12MP Stills
  • Includes DJI RC Remote & Fly More Combo
  • Rotating Gimbal for Vertical Shooting
  • Up to 38 Minutes of Flight Time
  • Up to 6.2-Mile Range with OcuSync
  • 8.8 oz Lightweight & Foldable Design
  • Withstands up to 24 mph Winds
  • Up to 36 mph Flight Speed
  • Intelligent Flight & Panorama Modes
  • Automatic Takeoff/Hover & Return to Home
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight 8.8 oz / 249 g
  • Maximum Horizontal Speed 36 mph / 16.1 m/s
  • Maximum Ascent Speed 16.4 ft/s / 5 m/s
  • Maximum Descent Speed 7.8 mph / 3.5 m/s
  • Maximum Wind Resistance 23.9 mph / 10.7 m/s
  • Flight Ceiling 2.5 Miles / 4000 m
  • Maximum Flight Time 38 Minutes
  • Maximum Hover Time 33 Minutes
  • Maximum Tilt Angle 40°
  • Hovering Accuracy ±1.0′ / 0.3 m Horizontal with Vision Positioning
  • ±0.3′ / 0.1 m Vertical with Vision Positioning
  • ±4.9′ / 1.5 m Horizontal with GPS
  • ±1.6′ / 0.5 m Vertical with GPS
  • Camera
  • Sensor Type 1/1.3″-Type CMOS Sensor
  • Sensor Resolution Effective: 12 Megapixel
  • Focal Length 24mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Field of View 82.1°
  • Maximum Aperture f/1.7
  • Minimum Focus Distance 3.3′ / 1 m
  • ISO Sensitivity Photo/Video
  • 100 to 3200 in Manual, Auto Mode
  • Shutter Speed Electronic Shutter
  • 1/8000 to 4 Seconds
  • Video Format 3840 x 2160p at 24/25/30 fps (100 Mb/s MP4 via H.264/AVC, MPEG-4)
  • 2720 x 1530p at 24/25/30 fps (100 Mb/s MP4 via H.264/AVC, MPEG-4)
  • 1920 x 1080p at 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps (100 Mb/s MP4 via H.264/AVC, MPEG-4)
  • Still Image Support DNG / JPEG
  • 12 MP (4000 x 3000)
  • Media/Memory Card Slot Single Slot: microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC [256 GB Maximum]
  • Gimbal
  • Number of Axes 3 (Pitch, Roll, Yaw)
  • Control Range Pitch: -90 to 60°
  • Roll: -90 to 0°
  • Angular Speed Pitch: 100°/s
  • Control Accuracy ±0.01°
  • Flight Control System
  • GNSS Support GPS, GLONASS, Galileo
  • Vision System
  • Vision System Downward
  • Flight Battery
  • Battery Chemistry Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)
  • Battery Capacity 2453 mAh / 18.1 Wh
  • Charging Temperature 41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C
  • Weight 2.8 oz / 80.5 g
  • Charger
  • DC Input Power 5 VDC at 3 A
  • Output Voltage 5 V, 2 A
  • General
  • Rotor Configuration 4
  • Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
  • Diagonal Size 8.4″ / 213 mm
  • Overall Dimensions 5.8 x 3.5 x 2.4″ / 148.0 x 90.0 x 62.0 mm (Folded)
  • 9.9 x 14.3 x 2.8″ / 251.0 x 362.0 x 72.0 mm (Unfolded)
  • Weight 8.8 oz / 249 g
  • Packaging Info
  • Package Weight 3.23 lb
  • Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.4 x 7.7 x 5.3″


DJI Mini 3 with Smart Remote Controller Fly More Combo Plus

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Today DJI has announced their latest (and least expensive) drone, the DJI Mini 3. This variant takes elements of the previous DJI Mini 3 Pro unit launched this past spring, and packages it up at a $469 price point – which is one of the cheapest price points a drone has ever been launched at from DJI. The DJI Mini 3 upgrades a number of features over the Mini 2, in particular by taking the entire camera design/gimbal from the Mini 3 Pro, which has native vertical shooting (meaning the whole camera gimbal rotates 90°), while also improving low-light performance with the new F/1.7 lens. Additionally, it’s got substantially increased battery life – up to 38 minutes with the regular battery, and up to 51 minutes with the higher capacity ‘Plus’ battery. Of course, the lower price point of the Mini 3 compared to the Mini 3 Pro means a few things didn’t make the cut. Notably, this version has no obstacle avoidance sensors, nor ActiveTrack. It does still retain QuickShots (which has elements of ActiveTrack in it, as I show down below in the ‘Sports’ section). Additionally, the Mini 3 (base) lacks higher frame rates like 4K/60fps and 1080/120fps, while also lacking the higher 48MP still photo mode. All of the differences are outlined in the next section, however. Now I’ve been putting the Mini 3 through its paces, seeing how it handles in a variety of conditions – including even 50KPH winds. In doing so aiming to figure out where it works well, and what features need a bit of love. This unit is a media loaner from DJI, and assuming I don’t end up killing it in a canal or ocean surf, it’ll go back to DJI shortly. If you found this review useful, you can use the links at the bottom, or consider being a DCR Supporter, which gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content and an ad-free experience here. Plus, it makes you awesome.


DSC_5165 Generally speaking, most companies release a ‘next model’ of a product, and then maybe down the road they add a ‘pro’ variant. Or, they release both at the same time. But in this case, DJI actually already released the DJI Mini 3 Pro this past spring, which was, on paper, the successor to the DJI Mini 2. However, in practice, it was more like a DJI Air 2S replacement, offering more and better features in almost every category. So, I’m splicing this section up into two parts – what’s new compared to the DJI Mini 2, and what’s new compared to the DJI Mini 3 Pro. First though, for context, here’s the pricing with the three remote options: The DJI RC-N1 is the remote you use your phone with, the DJI RC is the one that has the screen built-in (no phone required). At this time, the DJI Mini 3 is not compatible with the DJI RC Pro (the super high-end remote), though I wouldn’t be surprised if that changes down the road. Here’s the two controller options (left: DJI RC, right: DJI RC-N1) DJI-Mini3-ControllerBase-Vs-Plus Anyways, here’s what’s new or notable compared to the DJI Mini 2: – Increased sensor size from 1/2.3” on Mini 2, to 1/1.3” on Mini 3 – Increased aperture from f/2.8 on Mini 2 to f/1.7 on Mini 3 (increased low-light performance) – Increased battery time from 31 mins to 38 mins with base battery, and 51 mins with Plus battery – Added rotating camera gimbal for native vertical shooting (can shoot either horizontal or vertical by tapping a button to rotate camera) – Added QuickShots support in Vertical format/mode – Increased camera gimbal to rotate upwards 60° (Mini 2 was limited to 20°) – Increased camera gimbal mechanical range further in all directions (to better handle wind) – Increased to 4K HDR video (previously just ‘regular’ 4K video) – Still has QuickShots (but no Asteroid option like Mini 3 Pro) – Still 249g using the regular battery (but heavier using Plus battery for longer battery life) – Still same wind resistance level official spec of 24MPH/38KPH (higher in real life) – Still has downwards ground detection sensors (mainly used during landing) – Still has interval/AEB/Panorama photo shooting modes, including dual JPEG/DNG (RAW) As you can see, it’s quite the list. However, where it gets even more interesting is on the comparison to the DJI Mini 3 Pro:




So in the above video, I go through each of the 17 differences between the two drones. Though, it ends up being closer to about 20ish differences. Still, below are the key differences compared to the DJI Mini 3 Pro. Note that there’s a solid gap between what’s listed on DJI’s marketing pages, and what’s actually different in real life. Lots of little things aren’t listed on the DJI site that I’ve tried to cover below. Here’s what’s missing from the DJI Mini 3 compared to the Mini 3 Pro: – No front/back obstacle avoidance sensors (thus, no APAS) – No 10-bit recording – No 48MP photo mode (still has 12MP photo mode) – No ability to change recording format (e.g. H.264 vs H.265) – No ability to change color profiles (e.g. Normal to D-Cinelike) – No 4K/60FPS frame rate options (tops out at 4K/30FPS) – No 120FPS options (tops out at 2.7K/60FPS) – No MasterShots automated shooting reel – No ActiveTrack or FocusTrack modes – No Timelapse or HyperLapse modes – No QuickShot Asteroid Mode (but still has other QuickShot modes like Dronie/etc.) – Stronger video transmission via DJI O3 (up to 12KM versus 10KM on Mini 2/3) – Better live view controller performance (1080p on DJI Mini 3 Pro, versus 720p on DJI Mini 3) Got all that? Good, let’s get rolling.


DSC_5030 Now depending on which version you get, you’ll get different things in the box. Roughly speaking though, there are three categories of the Mini 3: A) Drone only: Drone, battery, charging cable B) Drone with remote: Drone, battery, remote of choice, charging cables C) Drone Fly More Combo: Drone, three batteries, battery charging hub, remote of choice, charging cables, extra props, carrying bag However, there’s also the Fly More Plus combo, and the regular combo. The difference simply being the size of the batteries. In my case, I’ve got the regular Fly More Combo kit, seen here unpacked: DSC_5033 You can see the slate of three extra complete sets of props, as well as the charging cables & remote. Each plastic bag set includes four props in it, also there’s that small screwdriver you see above (lower, in front of the drone), that tiny Philips screwdriver is required to change the props – so be sure you take it with you! DSC_5035 Here’s the drone itself, including protective gimbal cover: DSC_5038 And then there’s the battery charging hub. It charges up to three batteries at once: DSC_5040 And finally, the DJI RC: DSC_5043 However, the underside is the same, we again see the downwards-facing obstacle avoidance sensors on the DJI Mini 3 Pro (at right), but we do have the two smaller black dots which are the downwards ground detection sensors, which are on both drones. The middle dot on the left drone (Mini 3), is simply a screw for the case. DSC_5127 In any case, if we expand out the arms on the Mini 3 base, you’ll see it basically triples in footprint: DSC_5128 Meanwhile, on the back of the unit there’s the USB-C charging/offloading port, as well as the micro-SD card slot. Below that being the bay for the battery: DSC_5130 The batteries are the exact same as the DJI Mini 3 Pro, and fully interchangeable between them. There are two battery versions, the base battery, and the ‘Plus’ battery. The base battery gets 38 minutes of flight time, whereas the ‘Plus’ battery gets up to 51 minutes on the DJI Mini 3 (whereas the DJI Mini 3 Pro gets slightly less at 47 minutes). The way you can tell the difference in the ‘base’ batteries from the ‘Plus’ batteries is that the base batteries have labeling indicating they’re 249g compliant, whereas the Plus batteries have nothing, since it pushes the aircraft over 247g (to 287g). DJI-BatteryPlus-Standard Also note the Plus batteries aren’t available in Europe. DJI has previously said this is to reduce confusion on weight limits and regulations, though honestly that still seems just as confusing as it was when they said it 8 months ago (since the regulatory limit is only if you’re not licensed, if you’re licensed you can fly with the higher weight batteries). Lastly, there’s the charging hub. This comes in the Fly More Combo bundle, and allows you to charge up to three batteries. USB-ChargingHub Note that, like DJI’s other charging hubs, this isn’t concurrent. So it’s one after another. It takes about an hour with the standard battery, and about 90 minutes with the larger battery. It just uses a USB-C port on the side to charge, and has a USB-A port for charging other things (like the controller). It has LEDs on the backside to see battery status. I like that all this stuff easily fits in the single DJI drone bag, and then I can use my laptop charger to charge it all on the road. After using it for almost 9 months with the DJI Mini 3 Pro, including tons of travelling, it’s the best battery charging hub they’ve ever made. Lastly, let’s talk remotes. As noted, you’ve got basically three options: A) No remote B) DJI RC-N1 C) DJI RC Here are the two controllers side by side. At left is the DJI RC, which doesn’t require your phone at all. At right is the DJI RC-N1, which requires your phone. DJI-Mini3-ControllerBase-Vs-Plus I’ve used both of these extensively, and vastly prefer the DJI RC. The reason is simple: Size and weight-wise, it’s smaller than the base RC+Phone. Plus, I don’t have to worry about inbound notifications/etc disrupting my aircraft in the air. And most critically, I don’t have to worry about battery of my phone during usage. I know that if the controller is charged (which lasts plenty of flights), then I’ve got enough charge to fly. As for how it compares to the higher-end DJI RC Pro, the DJI RC is lighter than the DJI RC Pro. In fact, I’ve done an entire comparison on the differences here. They both share the same 1080p display, though the DJI RC ‘only’ has 700 nits of brightness, compared to 1,000 nits on the RC Pro. Note that the DJI Mini 3 only transmits back a 720p stream, not the 1080p stream of the DJI Mini 3 Pro. clip_image001[9] In terms of usable brightness, on a sunny beach day, I found the DJI RC basically the same as my iPhone 13 Pro in terms of viewability/visibility. That’s likely because the iPhone 13 Pro on a hot/sunny day will quickly overheat and lessen the display brightness significantly, thus, you’re down to the same comparative ranges. And if you’re in the shade/clouds/not-hot-beach, then the DJI RC is more than bright enough. Absolutely love it. DJI-RC-with-Mini3-Connected Now, that said, some have seen signal degradation issues on the DJI RC compared to the regular controller. In my case, all of my flying for the DJI Mini 3 has been in Europe, which already has reduced signal quality due to regulatory stuffs. In my case, I was getting about 800-900m of range on the DJI RC with the DJI Mini 3, at sea level over water, before I started getting moderate signal issues. Still, in my case, I just don’t have much of a reason to go beyond that. Also note that this signal testing doesn’t apply to the US or other regions, which have higher allowances than the EU has.




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