DJI has announced its new drone called DJI Inspire 3. The Inspire 3 comes with a full-frame 8K sensor and has ProRes RAW support. It succeeds the older Inspire 2 and comes at a hefty price tag of above Rs 10 lakh.
DJI Inspire 3 Specifications and Features
As you’d expect, the DJI Inspire 3 drone comes with an aircraft-design with four fans on top. It has a camera that supports 8K video recording. The drone has the Zenmuse X9-8K Air Gimbal camera sensor, which is said to be the lightest.
It comes with DJI’s Cinecore 3.0 image processing system and has 4K 120fps ProRes RAW support without cropping. It can also shoot in ProRes RAW at 8K 75fps and CinemaDNG at 8K 25fps.
There is support for the DJI Cinema Color System (DCSS) which produces accurate colors and skin tones. The said profile keeps colors consistent with other DJI cameras.
As for compatibility, the Inspire 3 is compatible with an 18mm F2.8 full-frame lens and a new telephoto lens that can shoot 8K.
The drone comes with a variety of sensors that keep itself moving and avoid obstacles. It houses an FPV camera, visual sensors and positioning antennas. The FPV camera has 161-degree FOC and supports night vision. It consists of three GNSS, namely GPS, Galileo and BeiDou.
The RC Plus controller it comes with has a 7-inch display. The screen has a peak brightness of 1200 nits and a battery that can offer 3.3 hours of operation.
DJI Inspire 3 price and availability
The DJI Inspire 3 is certainly expensive at $16,499, which converts to Rs 13.5 lakh. But for that price, buyers get a lot of stuff.
Box Contains Inspire 3 Aircraft, Zenmuse X9-8K Air Gimbal Camera, RC Plus Remote Controller, 6x TB51 Intelligent Battery, Charging Hub, 1TB ProSSD, Trolley Case, 3x Foldable Quick-Release Propellers, Lens Carrying Box, RC Plus Strap and . More.
The drone is currently limited to select global markets such as the US. There is no information yet on its availability in other regions.
Buyers in the aforementioned region can buy it from the DJI online store and authorized retail partners until the end of June.
The first appearance on Techlusive of the DJI Inspire 3 launching with its full-frame 8K sensor and lightweight design.