DJI Mavic 3 May Firmware Update

DJI Mavic 3 May Firmware Update

DJI has released a massive new update for the flagship Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine. This update to the Mavic 3 makes it more powerful than ever before.

The new DJI Mavic 3 firmware update adds customisable ISO and shutter speed settings, as well as new frame rates, to the telescopic camera. In both UHD and 1080p, it can now shoot at 25, 30, and 50 frames per second. HLG and a 1080p 200fps slow-mo mode were added to the main Micro Four Thirds camera. Other ProRes types — ProRes 422 and 422 LT – are now supported by the DJI Mavic 3 Cine. The firmware update is now available for free.

Here is a list of Mavic 3 Updates:

  • HLG (hybrid log-gamma) added to the Mavic 3’s Hasselblad camera.

  • 1080p/200fps Slow Motion is added.

  • Added switch to the tele camera when in video mode. It now supports 4K video at 25, 30 and 50fps. It also supports 1080p at 25, 30 and 50fps.

  • HLG and D-Log added to Master shots and Quickshots.

  • You can now do up to 3x digital zoom in normal video mode when using the main Hasselblad camera.

  • Added support for FocusTrack, MasterShots, QuickShots and Hyperlapse for when the Wide-Angle Lens is mounted.

  • The Home Point refresh rate is increased.

  • Focus performance when recording with the tele-camera is optimised.

  • The stability of the Mavic 3 while shooting with Hyperlapse is optimised

  • A new option is added to bypass APAS 5.0. This is useful if you are a skilled pilot and you are comfortable flying near objects so that the APAS doesn’t kick in and ruin your shot.

  • D-LOG was added to Rec.709 vivid LUT, making a vivid colour effect.

  • Reset All Settings and Clear All Data options added.

  • Fixed the issue where pilots were unable to use Hyperlapse when flying near the Altitude Limit

Mavic 3 Cine Updates:

  • ProRes 422and ProRes 422 LT added format to the Hasselblad camera on the Mavic 3 Cine

  • A one-second interval time setting has been added when using Hyperlapse on the Mavic 3 Cine

Make sure to upgrade your RC-N1 and DJI RC Pro remote controller firmware to v04.13.0600 and v03.01.0700, respectively. To see the new capabilities, you'll need to update the DJI Fly app (both iOS and Android) to version 1.6.4.

We believe that this update makes the DJI Mavic 3 a better, well-rounded drone and if you use the Mavic 3 regularly this will improve your experience.