DJI, Global Drone Manufacturer, has officially announced two new portable drones coming to their enterprise series of products. The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series, also known as Mavic 3E and 3T, join the line with up to 45-minutes of flight time and designated for survey and mapping functions along with thermography functions.
The DJI Mavic 3E integrates a 20MP wide-angle camera with a 4/3-inch CMOS sensor featuring large 3.3µm pixels helping to improve photography in dim conditions with the new Intelligent Low-Light Mode. This model also packs a 56x hybrid zoom camera that provides an equivalent focal length of 162mm for 12MP images.
DJI has marketed the Mavic 3E as a mapping and survey tool, which makes the mechanical shutter a must have to prevent motion blur. With the mechanical shutter, DJI has also included support rapid 0.7-second interval shooting. When paired with the RTK module and a base station, such as the RoboDot, you can complete mapping missions with higher accuracy deliverables.
The DJI Mavic 3E starts at $3,810 including DJI’s Worry-Free Basic coverage.
The DJI Mavic 3T features the same telecamera that is onboard the Mavic 3E, with the added feature of a thermal camera with a Display Field of View (DFOV) of 61-degrees, and an equivalent focal lens of 40mm with 640x512px resolution. The Mavic 3T’s thermal camera supports point and area temperature measurement, high-temperature alerts, color palettes, and isotherms to help operators to find hot spots.
The Mavic 3T supports simultaneous split-screen zoom, with the thermal and zoom cameras supporting 28x continuous side-by-side zoom for ease comparisons.
The DJI Mavic 3T starts at $5,780 including DJI’s Worry-Free Basic coverage.