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New DJI Air 3 Drone Takes Your Aerial Photography Game to New Heights


With dual primary cameras and a 46-minute flight time, the DJI Air 3 Drone promises to redefine the aerial photography landscape. This new offering from DJI, the world leader in civilian drone technology, caters to enthusiasts and professionals alike, providing unprecedented quality and versatility in aerial imaging.

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DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI

The DJI Air 3’s dual-primary camera system comprises a wide-angle camera and a 3x medium tele camera, offering a diverse range of aerial shots. Both cameras deliver 48MP photos and 4K/60fps HDR videos, making your subject the focal point of breathtaking, true-to-life detail. In addition, the drone features dual native ISO for 4K/60fps HDR video output at high frame rates and up to 4K/100fps max. video specification – a significant leap from its predecessor, the DJI Air 2S.

The 1/1.3-inch CMOS wide-angle camera captures sweeping landscapes in all their glory. In contrast, the 1/1.3-inch CMOS 3x medium tele camera brings a unique sense of spatial compression, presenting the subject of your aerial photography like never before.

DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI

The DJI Air 3 stands out for being lightweight at just 720g, offering more freedom and flexibility. As Ferdinand Wolf, Creative Director at DJI, put it, the drone is “the perfect all-rounder for your outdoor adventures”.

But the innovation doesn’t stop there. The DJI Air 3’s battery offers a whopping 46-minute flight time, allowing you to adjust your composition and find the perfect shot without worrying about your drone’s battery life. The new battery charging hub features a power accumulation function, so you can transfer power from multiple batteries to the one with the highest remaining charge – an excellent perk for outdoor adventurers where charging facilities may be limited.

DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI

Safety is also a top priority for DJI, and the Air 3 doesn’t disappoint. It’s the first drone in the Air Series to include omnidirectional obstacle sensing, allowing it to detect obstacles in all directions. And with the O4 video transmission system, you can count on stable transmission over distances of up to 20 km for a smoother, safer flight.

The DJI Air 3 also comes packed with intelligent features, such as FocusTrack for both cameras, QuickShots for creative camera movements, and MasterShots for fast and effortless cinematic footage. It also supports 2.7K vertical video shooting, Night Mode for low-light environments, Hyperlapse for stunning timelapse footage, Slow Motion for 4x slow-motion video, and SmartPhoto 3.0 for superior imaging results.

DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI

Finally, DJI offers an array of accessories for the Air 3, including ND Filters for smoother footage, a 100W USB-C Power Adapter, and a 65W Car Charger. For added peace of mind, DJI Care Refresh provides comprehensive protection covering accidental damage, including flyaways, collisions, and water damage.

Available for order now, the DJI Air 3 (DJI RC-N2) retails for $1,099. Alternatively, you can go for the DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo (DJI RC-N2) for $1,349 or the DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo (DJI RC 2) for $1,549. If you’re keen to expand your drone photography capabilities, this new offering from DJI is worth the investment.

DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI
DJI Air 3 Drone | Image DJI