Cinematic Marvel Unveiled | DJI Mini 3 Pro Foldable Camera Drone



Meet the DJI Mini 3 Pro, a mini-sized marvel with mega-capabilities. Weighing under 249g, it’s regulation-friendly and boasts upgraded safety features. The 1/1.3-inch sensor, dual native ISO, and HDR support redefine aerial photography with stunning 4K HDR video and 48MP RAW photos. The new gimbal offers a wider rotation range and True Vertical Shooting for creative freedom.

Foldable and compact, it’s ready for adventure, requiring no registration in most countries. Enjoy extended flight times of up to 34 minutes with the Intelligent Flight Battery, or upgrade for up to 47 minutes of care-free exploration. Capture your world in exceptional detail, whether in daylight or low-light scenes. The DJI Mini Pro 3 is your passport to breathtaking aerial content creation.


  • DJI Mini 3 Pro
  • Screwdriver
  • Screws x 6
  • DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller
  • Gimbal Protector
  • DJI RC-N1 RC Cable
  • Intelligent Flight Battery
  • Spare Propellers (Pair)
  • Type-C to Type-C PD Cable








Operating Temperature

-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)

Battery Capacity

5,200 mAh

Battery Type


Operating Current/Voltage

700 mA@3.6 V for iOS devices and 1200 mA@3.6 V for Android devices

Video Capture Resolution


Effective Still Resolution

48 MP

Connectivity Technology


Dimensions (L x W x H)

Folded: 145x90x62 mm
Unfolded (without propellers): 171x245x62 mm
Unfolded (with propellers): 251x362x70 mm; Diagonal Distance: 247 mm

Max Ascent Speed

S Mode: 5 m/s; N Mode: 3 m/s; C Mode: 2 m/s

Max Descent Speed

S Mode: 5 m/s; N Mode: 3 m/s; C Mode: 1.5 m/s

Max Horizontal Speed (near sea level, no wind)

S Mode: 16 m/s; N Mode: 10 m/s; C Mode: 6 m/s



Operating Frequency

2.400-2.4835 GHz, 5.725-5.850 GHz

Transmitter Power (EIRP)

2.4 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC) <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC); 5.8 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC/SRRC), <14 dBm (CE)


802.11 a/b/g/n/ac


5.2 Version



Image Sensor

1/1.3-in CMOS

Effective Pixels

48 MP


FOV: 82.1°
Format Equivalent: 24 mm
Aperture: f/1.7


Video: 100-6400
Photo: 100-6400

Electronic Shutter Speed

1/8000-2 s

Max Image Size

4:3: 8064×6048 (48 MP); 4032×3024 (12 MP); 16:9: 4032×2268 (12 MP)

Video Resolution



3840×2160@24/25/30/48/50/60 fps


2720×1530@24/25/30/48/50/60 fps


1920×1080@24/25/30/48/50/60 fps

Slow Motion

1920×1080@120 fps

Max Video Bitrate

150 Mbps

Supported File System

FAT32 (532 GB); exFAT (>32 GB)

Photo Format


Video Format

MP4/MOV (H.264/H.265)


Aerial Photography With 48MP

You can elevate your material to new heights with 48MP RAW images and breathtaking 4K HDR video. Admire each image’s exquisite clarity, even at closer range. Alternately, use stunning 1080p/120fps slow-motion film to decelerate the busy world around you.


Tri-Directional Obstacle Sensing

The Camera Drone is without a doubt our safest Mini yet. It offers a wider sensing range and increased safety because of its all-new aircraft design and dual-vision sensors that face forward, backward, and downward.

Shareworthy in a Flash

Take amazing pictures and share your journey instantly while on the go. With the wide array of clever capabilities that the Foldable Drone with Camera has to offer, you can infuse any film with memorable scenes and inventive touches.

Clear and Stable

The DJI O3 is the flagship-level video transmission system included in the Foldable Drone with Wifi Camera. Up to 12 miles of 1080p/30fps live streaming is guaranteed. (6) Take in the views of the city or wander outdoors with a consistent and clear live stream at all times.

Flight Modes

Normal Mode
For self-location and stabilization, the aircraft makes use of GNSS, Forward, Backward, and Downward Vision Systems, as well as an Infrared Sensing System. The airplane uses GPS to self-locate and stabilize when the signal strength is high. It takes advantage of vision systems when the GNSS is poor but the lighting and other ambient factors are adequate. The maximum tilt angle is 25° and the maximum flight speed is 10 m/s when the Forward, Backward, and Downward Vision Systems are activated and lighting and other environmental requirements are met.

Sport Mode
When in Sport Mode, the aircraft is more responsive to control stick movements and is better positioned using GNSS and the Downward Vision System. Its responses are also optimized for speed and agility. Please take note that the maximum flight speed is 16 m/s and obstacle sensing is deactivated.

Cine Mode
The airplane is more stable for filming when in Cine mode, which is based on Normal mode but has a restricted flying speed. When the GNSS signal is poor the compass is interfered with, or when the Vision Systems are not available or functional, the aircraft automatically switches to the Attitude (ATTI) mode. The aircraft may be more susceptible to environmental influences when operating in ATTI mode. Wind and other environmental conditions can cause horizontal shifting, which can be dangerous, particularly when flying in small places. Because the aircraft cannot automatically stop or hover, the pilot must land the aircraft as quickly as possible to prevent mishaps.

Quick Transfer Mode
Using DJI Fly, users may download images and movies from the aircraft to their mobile device directly from the Camera Drone, eliminating the need for the DJI RC-N1 remote controller. Downloads can be completed more quickly and conveniently with a transmission rate of up to 25 MB/s.


Download the DJI Fly App

During the flight, be sure to utilize DJI Fly. To get the most recent version, scan the QR code above.


Preparing the Aircraft

The aircraft is packaged once all of its arms have been folded. To unfold the aircraft, follow the instructions below.

  1. Take off the camera’s gimbal shield.
  2. To ensure safety, all Intelligent Flight Batteries are placed in hibernation mode before shipment. To charge and activate the Intelligent Flight Batteries for the first time, connect the USB charger to the aircraft’s USB-C connection.
  3. First, unfold the front and back arms, and then all of the propeller blades.

Preparing the rC

To get the DJI RC remote controller ready, follow the instructions below:

  1. Mount the control sticks on the remote controller after taking them out of the storage slots.
  2. Before being used for the first time, the remote controller must be enabled, which requires an internet connection. To turn on the remote controller, press and hold the power button for a second time. To turn on the remote controller, adhere to the on-screen instructions.

To get the DJI RC-N1 remote controller ready, follow the instructions below:

  1. Mount the control sticks on the remote controller after taking them out of the storage slots.
  2. Remove the holder for your mobile device. Based on the port type of your mobile device (the package includes a Lightning connector cable, Micro USB cable, and USB-C cable), select the proper remote controller cable. After placing your smartphone in the holder, attach the end of the cable that doesn’t have the remote controller logo to your phone. Verify that your mobile device is positioned securely.

Product Layout

  1. Forward Vision System
  2. Gimbal and Camera
  3. Downward Vision System
  4. Infrared Sensing System
  5. Propellers
  6. Motors
  7. Aircraft Status LEDs
  8. Battery Buckles
  9. Backward Vision System
  10. Battery Level LEDs
  11. Power Button
  12. USB-C Port
  13. microSD Card Slot
  14. Intelligent Flight Battery

DJI RC layout

  1. Control Sticks
  2. Status LED
  3. Battery Level LEDs
  4. Flight Pause/Return to Home (RTH) Button
  5. Flight Mode Switch
  6. Power Button
  7. Touchscreen
  8. USB-C Port
  9. MicroSD Card Slot
  10. Host Port (USB-C)
  11. Gimbal Dial
  12. Record Button
  13. Camera Control Dial
  14. Focus/Shutter Button
  15. Speaker
  16. Control Sticks Storage Slot
  17. Customizable C2 Button
  18. Customizable C1 Button


To turn the airplane off, push the power button once, then hold it for another two seconds. When the airplane is shut off, the battery-level LEDs go out.


  • To turn the remote controller off, press and hold one more.
  • Connect a USB charger to the remote controller’s USB-C port using a USB-C cable. The battery may be fully charged with a maximum charging power of 15 W (5V/3A) in approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.


  • Turn on the aircraft and wait for the self-diagnostic tests to be finished.
  • Ensure the mobile device has both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled. When you launch DJI Fly, an instruction to connect to the aircraft will show up.
  • Click “WIFI Connect.” The aircraft’s files can be quickly viewed and downloaded after a successful connection.
  • Verify that the motors are off and that the aircraft is linked to the mobile device through the remote controller.
  • On the mobile device, turn on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
  • The Camera Drone should be showing as ready to fly in the Status Indicator.


Press and hold the power button for two more seconds to turn the airplane on. The LEDs show the battery level when the airplane is powered on.


Does DJI Mini Pro 3 feature obstacle sensing?

Yes, the Foldable Drone with Camera is equipped with Tri-Directional Obstacle Sensing, making it the safest Mini drone yet. It utilizes dual-vision sensors facing forward, backward, and downward, providing a wider sensing range.

What is the maximum resolution for photos with DJI Mini Pro 3?

The Foldable Drone with a Wi-Fi camera can capture photos with a maximum resolution of 48 megapixels (48 MP), allowing for stunning aerial photography.

Can DJI Mini 3 Pro live stream video?

Yes, the Camera Drone features the DJI O3 video transmission system, offering up to 12 miles of 1080p/30fps live streaming. This ensures clear and consistent live views during your flights.

What flight modes are available with DJI Mini Pro 3?

This Drone offers several flight modes, including Normal Mode, Sport Mode, Cine Mode, and Quick Transfer Mode. Each mode is optimized for specific purposes, such as self-location, stability, speed, and quick file transfers.

How long does the battery last on DJI Mini Pro 3?

The Foldable Drone can provide extended flight times of up to 34 minutes with the included Intelligent Flight Battery. Users also have the option to upgrade for up to 47 minutes of flight time.

Is DJI Mini Pro 3 suitable for low-light conditions?

Yes, the DJI Drone excels in various lighting conditions, including low-light scenes. With a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor, dual native ISO, and support for HDR footage, it ensures exceptional image quality.

Can I fly the DJI Drone in Sport Mode without obstacle sensing?

Yes, in Sport Mode, the Foldable Drone with a WI-FI Camera is more responsive to control stick movements, and obstacle sensing is deactivated. However, users should exercise caution as the drone’s responses are optimized for speed and agility.

Is the DJI Mini 3 Pro waterproof?

No, keep the item away from water when using it as this could cause damage. If it rains while you are flying, please land and return as soon as you can. Don’t use the aircraft again until it is completely dry on the inside and outside.

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