DJI, the world’s leading producer of civilian drones, has released its latest addition to the Inspire series, the Inspire 3. This all-in-one drone is a professional-level camera that delivers full-frame 8K video and stunningly clear imagery. With a price tag of $16,499, the Inspire 3 is aimed at professional filmmakers and photographers.
The Inspire 3 is equipped with a new 1/1.8-inch-sensor FPV camera, featuring a 3μm pixel size, 161° ultra-wide DFOV, and the ability to transmit live feeds up to 1080p/60fps. Additionally, the Inspire 3 boasts dual native ISO, a high dynamic range of 14+ stops, and a new 80° Tilt Boost or 360° Pan Dual Configurations, making it possible to capture stunning, obstruction-free footage from all angles.
The drone is designed for aerial cinematography and comes with a powerful maneuverability system that delivers responsive and accurate control, with an extended flight time of up to 28 minutes. Inspire 3 integrates high-precision RTK positioning technology used in industries such as architecture and surveying to deliver centimeter-level accuracy. Compared with traditional meter-level positioning supported by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), RTK not only makes flying more stable but also makes flight-route planning more accurate, significantly improving creative efficiency.
Furthermore, the Inspire 3 supports the DJI High-Bright Remote Monitor, DJI Master Wheels, and DJI Three-Channel Follow Focus, increasing coordination efficiency for a seamless shooting experience.
The DJI Inspire 3 is a powerful, all-in-one drone that provides unprecedented workflow efficiency, camera language, and creative freedom. The Inspire 3 empowers professional-level filmmakers to fully maximize the potential of any shot and master the unseen. If you’re a professional filmmaker or photographer looking for a powerful, high-precision drone, the Inspire 3 is the ultimate tool to take your creative work to the next level. Pre-orders are available now on DJI’s website but hurry, limited stock is available.
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