Mavic 3 Series

Unlock the Sky’s Potential: DJI Mavic 3 – Where Innovation Takes Flight!

With its Hasselblad camera boasting a 4/3 CMOS sensor and a 28x hybrid zoom capability (on the PRO), coupled with omnidirectional obstacle sensors covering distances of up to 200 meters and enhanced batteries offering an impressive 46 minutes of flight duration, the Mavic 3 redefines aerial capabilities, delivering unparalleled flight performance and unmatched content creation opportunities.


First Flight Briefing

The Mavic 3 comes in a few different choices with a few different controllers. The main Hassleblad camera is identical on each drone and the drone it’s self is the same. The Classic has one ‘camera’ (lens) and the ‘Pro’ has two. And then you can get the remote with or without a screen.  Here is a flight briefing for your first flight.

Flight Briefing

Flight Briefing: DJI Mavic 3

Aircraft Overview:

  • The DJI Mavic 3 is a state-of-the-art unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed for professional aerial photography and videography.
  • Equipped with advanced features including a 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera, 28x hybrid zoom, and omnidirectional obstacle sensors, the Mavic 3 ensures unparalleled flight performance and content creation capabilities.

Pre-flight Checklist:

  1. Weather Check: Verify weather conditions are suitable for flight, avoiding high winds, rain, or extreme temperatures.
  2. Location Assessment: Choose a suitable take-off and landing area, free from obstacles and interference.
  3. Battery Inspection: Ensure batteries are fully charged and securely attached to the aircraft.
  4. Equipment Check: Verify all equipment including the remote controller and mobile device are functioning properly.
  5. Flight Plan: Plan your flight path, considering airspace restrictions, no-fly zones, and desired capture locations.

Safety Protocols:

  1. Obstacle Avoidance: Utilize the Mavic 3’s omnidirectional obstacle sensors to detect and avoid obstacles during flight.
  2. Maintain Visual Line of Sight: Keep the aircraft within your line of sight at all times to maintain control and situational awareness.
  3. Respect Privacy: Avoid flying over private property or sensitive areas without proper authorization.
  4. Emergency Procedures: Familiarize yourself with emergency procedures, including return-to-home functionality and manual flight controls in case of signal loss.
  5. Battery Management: Monitor battery levels throughout the flight and plan for a safe return to home with sufficient battery reserves.

Flight Operations:

  1. Takeoff: Initiate takeoff by gently ascending the aircraft to a safe altitude, ensuring stable flight.
  2. Flight Modes: Explore different flight modes such as GPS, ActiveTrack, and Point of Interest for versatile aerial maneuvers and creative shots.
  3. Camera Control: Adjust camera settings including exposure, focus, and zoom to capture the desired footage.
  4. Flight Performance: Enjoy smooth and precise flight controls, taking advantage of the Mavic 3’s advanced flight stability and maneuverability.
  5. Landing: Execute a controlled landing, ensuring a smooth touchdown and safe retrieval of the aircraft.

Post-flight Procedures:

  1. Battery Management: Safely remove and store batteries, ensuring they are properly charged and maintained.
  2. Data Transfer: Transfer captured footage and photos to a secure storage device for editing and sharing.
  3. Aircraft Inspection: Inspect the aircraft for any signs of damage or wear, addressing any issues before the next flight.
  4. Flight Log: Record flight details including duration, location, and any notable observations for future reference.


The DJI Mavic 3 offers an unparalleled aerial experience, combining cutting-edge technology with intuitive controls for professional-grade photography and videography. By adhering to safety protocols and best practices, pilots can maximize the potential of the Mavic 3 while ensuring safe and responsible flight operations.