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DJI Mavic 3 Classic: it loses its zoom, but gains CE marking

Reference in terms of shooting with experts and image professionals, the Mavic 3 and its Cine version had made more than one whine with prices deemed prohibitive, regardless of the version. DJI corrects the shot with the Classic version of the Mavic 3 and a price revised slightly downwards, the entry ticket being at 1499 €.

The Mavic 3 Classic has, just like the original Mavic 3, a 20-megapixel 4/3 CMOS camera with no telephoto lens, a maximum flight time of 46 minutes and an 03+ transmission system.

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A lower price which is explained by the abandonment of the zoom camera. The optical unit therefore retains only one lens, that of the 4/3 CMOS camera. The Mavic 3 Classic has the good taste to retain all the potential of its elders and above all becomes the first model to obtain the CE certificate of conformity with class C1 indication, indicated on the left front arm of the drone. The Mavic 3 Classic can thus be used from today and after December 31, 2023 in the Open category, under category A1.

DJI Mavic 3 Classic

Folded up, the Mavic 3 Classic is as discreet as its predecessor with a very small footprint (221 x 96.3 x 90.3 mm).

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DJI offers the Mavic 3 Classic in several configurations, including a standalone version at €1499 without a remote control or charger. The Mavic 3 Classic is also offered at the price of 1599 € with a charger and the DJI RC-N1 radio control. As for the Mavic 3 Classic (DJI radio control), it includes a charger and the new DJI RC radio control at the price of 1749 €. Finally, the DJI Mavic 3 Fly More kit is offered at €599. It includes two intelligent flight batteries and a charging station (100 W), a 65 W car charger, three pairs of propellers and a carrying bag.

DJI Mavic 3 Classic

In its standard version, the Mavic 3 Classic comes with a charger and the DJI RC-N1 remote control.

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