DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo Review And Price in India

DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo Review And Price in India

DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo with DJI RC 2 (screen remote controller), Drone with Medium Tele & Wide-Angle Dual Primary Cameras for Adults 4K HDR, 46-Min Max Flight Time, 48MP, Two Extra Batteries

Overview : DJI Air 3 brings the next evolution of aerial and camera tech to the Air series with dual cameras, a 46-minute max flight time, omnidirectional obstacle sensing, O4 transmission, and many other intelligent features. With its advanced technology, compact and foldable design, and affordable price point, Air 3 is an unrivaled option for creators everywhere. DJI Air 3 comes in three purchasing options: -DJI Air 3 (DJI RC-N2) is the standard option and includes the drone, DJI RC-N2 remote controller, and other items for new users to get started quickly. -DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo (DJI RC-N2) includes the drone, RC-N2, three Intelligent Flight Batteries, a Battery Charging Hub, and more. -DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo (DJI RC 2) includes the drone, three Intelligent Flight Batteries, a Battery Charging Hub, and more, as well as the new DJI RC 2, which offers a bright touchscreen and the DJI Fly app pre-installed for an exceptional operating experience.

DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo
DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo

About this item :  Medium Tele & Wide-Angle Dual Primary Cameras – DJI Air 3 features dual 1/1.3-inch-sensor cameras: a 24mm f/1.7 wide-angle and a 70mm f/2.8 medium tele for more creative focal-length options. 46-Min Max Flight Time – A 46-minute max flight time is a 48% increase compared to DJI Air 2S, providing more time and freedom to fully unleash aerial creativity. Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing – Air 3 offers obstacle sensing with front, back, left, right, and upward vision systems, as well as a downward vision system for enhanced safety during any flight. Dual-Camera 48MP Photos – The 24mm wide-angle camera and 70mm medium tele camera are both able to capture stunning 48MP images with enough detail for high-quality crops. Dual-Camera 4K/60fps HDR Videos – The 24mm wide-angle camera and 70mm medium tele camera both support 4K/60fps HDR videos that enrich highlight and shadow details for richer visual information. O4 HD Video Transmission – A six-antenna array significantly improves video transmission performance. Enjoy a 1080p/60fps live feed from up to 20 km with a stable transmission for smooth flight. DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo (DJI RC 2) includes the drone, three Intelligent Flight Batteries, a Battery Charging Hub, and more, as well as the new DJI RC 2, for a premium and extended flight experience.

DJI Air 3
DJI Air 3

Here’s what’s new compared to the Air 2S:

– Added secondary tele (3X) f/2.8 lens, with full/all resolutions and feature support
– Main camera increases from f/2.8 to f/1.7 (better low-light performance)
– Main camera decreases resolution goes from 5.4K/30FPS to 4K/60FPS
– Main camera goes from 1” sensor to 1/1.3”
– Slow-Mo options increase, 4K from 60FPS to 100FPS, and 1080p from 120FPS to 200FPS
– Increased photo size from 20MP to 48MP
– Increased panoramic photo size from 8192×4096 to 13000x6500px
– Increased gimbal arrangement to allow from –90° (straight down) to beyond 0° (flat) to upwards 60° (max previous 24° on Air 2S)
– Added sorta-vertical shooting mode (doesn’t rotate gimbal, just crops)
– Added/supported 10-bit on the secondary lens
– Decreased Hyperlapse mode on Air 2 from 8K to 4K
– Added/included support for Hyperlapse mode on the tele camera
– Added Waypoints feature (pre-planned and repeatable flight routes)
– Increased claimed max flight time from 31mins to 46mins
– Added additional obstacle avoidance sensors, now full omnidirectional avoidance (previously no sideways avoidance)
– Added/changed to APAS 5.0 from APAS 4.0 (automated flight system)
– Added support for all FocusTrack modes (ActiveTrack/Spotlight/POI) on BOTH lenses at full resolutions/FPS (previously only 30FPS)
– Added ActiveTrack 5.0 features like one-tap configurable angle of filming
– Added/changed to O4 transmission type from O3
– Increased range to 20KM (FCC), 10KM (CE/EU), 10KM (China), 10KM (MIC)
– Increased controller streamed FPS from 1080p/30fps to 1080p/60fps
– Doubled the controller video streaming bitrate from 16Mbps live video to 80Mbps
– Increased max speed slightly from 19 m/s to 21 m/s (75.6kph)
– Increased official wind resistance spec slightly from 10.7 m/s to 12 m/s
– Aircraft weight increases from 595g to 720g
– Charger supports USB-C 90w fast charging (60 mins)
– New Charging hub can take three partially charged batteries and give you one full one (when not plugged in)
– Aircraft has EU/CE C1 label/sticker on the bottom
– Maintained internal 8GB storage (expandable to 512GB with microSD card)

Got all that? Good. Let’s do a quick spec dump. The TLDR message here on specs is that the two camera lens systems are considered equal in virtually every mode/capacity/resolution, the singular exception being the main lens is f/1.7 and the tele is f/2.8. That won’t matter at all during daylight hours, but will be more noticeable as daylight fades, as an f1.7 lens will handle darkness better. I practically have lived on the tele lens here, it’s just awesome, just as I have with the DJI Mavic 3 & 3 Pro. It makes it SO MUCH better to use the drone, and to be a good ‘drone neighbor’, by allowing you to be further from people/things, and get arguably more interesting shots (and certainly safer shots in most cases, especially for Active Track).

Prakash Biswas

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