DJI RC Pro Now Works With The DJI Mini 3 Pro

DJI RC Pro Now Works With The DJI Mini 3 Pro

Finally, DJI has published a firmware that enables the DJI RC Pro, to work with the DJI Mini 3 Pro. Although the RC Pro was designed to function with the DJI Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine in November 2021, it only makes sense that customers would want the controller to work with their DJI Mini 3 Pro. For a better flying experience, it incorporates improved DJI FPV sticks and Ocusync 3.0 transmission technology. It also has more storage.

On the 17th of August DJI released the latest update for the RC Pro (v03.01.0900) alongside the new Mini 3 Pro update.

Benefits of Using the DJI RC Pro Controller

The large 5.5-inch built-in display on the DJI RC Pro Controller is brilliant and long-lasting. You can see a lot of detail on the RC Pro's display because it is 1080p. The RC Pro Controller's O3+ Video Transmission feature, which has a 15km transmission range for transferring video to enable you to see farther, is another advantage of utilising it. In addition to them, the RC pro has a processor from the most recent generation, which offers improved performance and low power usage. This leads to a 4x increase in CPU performance, a 7x increase in GPU performance, and a 20% reduction in power consumption over the previous model.

If you're sick of barely being able to see your screen because of the sunshine, the DJI RC Pro is a gorgeous piece of equipment that is absolutely worth purchasing. There is nothing worse than trying to snap a drone shot while having vision issues. You can miss the shot if you can't see the screen clearly, and when you play it again, you might be dissatisfied. One of the features of the brand-new DJI RC Pro is its screen, which boasts a brightness of 1000 nits.

Another advantage of the DJI RC Pro is that it solves the issue of incoming calls distracting you from flying. Receiving an incoming call while trying to fly can be extremely irritating. This can make it difficult to fly because your phone may start to ring, vibrate, or send you notifications! Another thing to consider is that, in an extremely improbable event, you might need to call 999. In these circumstances, whether they are unlikely or not, it can also be impractical to control your drone using your primary means of communication (your phone).