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Phantom 4 Pro vs Mavic 3: What’s the difference?
The DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2 is one of the DJI’s oldest prosumer drones and the only one from the Phantom range of drones that is still in production. Despite being released a few years, which seems like an eternity in the world of drones, the Phantom 4 Pro V2 is still one of the best drones for photography. However, how does it compare against the new Mavic 3? That is what we shall find out in this Phantom 4 Pro V2 vs Mavic 3 article.
|Product||Phantom 4 Pro||Mavic 3|
|Video Resolution||4K, 60fps||5.1k, 60fps|
|Intelligent Flight Modes||Active track, point of interest, waypoint||Active track, point of interest, |
waypoint, hyperlapse and mastershots
Image sensor size is a very important factor when it comes to the overall quality of an image, larger sensors usually have higher resolutions, improved dynamic range, and perform better in low light environments. The Mavic 3 is the first foldable drone that comes with an MFT sensor, this is a huge upgrade to the Mavic 2 Pro and to all other consumer drones.
With its large image sensor, the camera can capture 20MP images in 12-bit RAW for true HDR images. Additionally, with features like hyperlight, adjustable aperture and a high ISO range, this camera performs well in any type of lighting conditions.
While not as good in features as the Mavic 3, the Phantom 4 Pro V2 comes equipped with a very good camera that has a 1-inch CMOS sensor and a mechanical shutter.
While both are fantastic drones and are more than capable of producing professional-grade photos and videos, the Mavic with its amazing MFT Hasselblad camera, ability to record Apple ProRes, host of intelligent features and long flight time is the perfect drone for aerial cinematography.