DJI Mini 3 (non-Pro) drone has passed FCC certification

The DJI Mini 3 drone passed the FCC certification. Before that, DJI only launched the DJI Mini 3 Pro, and it seems that the regular version is coming. According to the FCC label information, the new DJI Mini 3 drone will be powered by a 7.38V battery, the same as the Mini 3 Pro, but the battery capacity is not mentioned.

According to the news from the WeChat public account @空拍不NG, the normal version will retain most of the functions of the Pro version and will cut off the front and rear obstacle avoidance, or it will be released before Double Twelve.

DJI Mini 3 Pro aerial photography drone was released in May this year , priced at 4198~5788 yuan, equipped with 1/1.3-inch dual native ISO sensors, equipped with front-view, rear-view, and down-view binoculars Vision sensing system, ToF and APAS 4.0 (Flight Assist System), up to 4K / 60fps video recording. The standard intelligent flight battery of the drone can last up to 34 minutes, and the optional long-life intelligent flight battery can extend the battery life to 47 minutes.

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