DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC) – Lightweight and Foldable Camera Drone with 4K/60fps Video, 48MP Photo, 34-min Flight Time,

(10 customer reviews)


Brand DJI
Color Grey
Video Capture Resolution 4K HD
Effective Still Resolution 1
Connectivity Technology WIFI
Item Weight 249 Grams
Control Type Remote Control
Media Type Micro SD
Wireless Communication Technology Wi-Fi
Battery Cell Composition Lithium Ion

  • Care-free Creation – Weighing less than 249 g, Mini 3 Pro doesn’t require registration in most countries and regions. The foldable and compact design also makes it easy to carry on any adventure.
  • Seriously Pro Shots – Capture your world in remarkable detail with 4K/60fps video and 48MP photos. The advanced camera system supports dual native ISO and f/1.7 aperture for high-quality imagery, night and day.
  • Perfect Portraits in a Tap – The redesigned DJI Mini 3 Pro offers True Vertical Shooting for portrait shots, ideal for social media. The gimbal rotates 90, so you don’t have to compromise image quality.
  • Sweet Air Time – Enjoy an extended flight time of up to 34 minutes and capture and explore more of your surroundings.
  • Fly with Confidence – DJI Mini 3 Pro features tri-directional obstacle sensing and APAS 4.0, bringing unrivaled safety to the Mini series.
  • Create and Share On the Go – DJI Mini 3 Pro offers an extensive range of intelligent features including FocusTrack, True Vertical Shooting, MasterShots, Timelapse, QuickTransfer, and more.
  • Includes the new DJI RC, which has the DJI Fly App pre-installed and a built-in 5.5-inch HD display for crisp viewing even in direct sunlight.



The mini-sized, mega-capable DJI Mini 3 Pro is just as powerful as it is portable. Weighing less than 249 g and with upgraded safety features, it’s not only regulation-friendly, it’s also the safest in its series. With a 1/1.3-inch sensor and top-tier features, it redefines what it means to fly Mini.


1. Standard aircraft weight (including DJI Mini 3 Pro Intelligent Flight Battery, propellers, and a microSD card). The actual product weight may vary due to differences in batch materials and external factors. Registration is not required in some countries and regions. Check local rules and regulations before use.
2. APAS 4.0 is not available while recording 4K/48fps, 4K/50fps, 4K/60fps, 2.7K/48fps, 2.7K/50fps, 2.7K/60fps and 1080p/120fps video.
3. HDR video does not support video recording at over 30fps.
4. FocusTrack is not available while recording 4K/48fps, 4K/50fps, 4K/60fps, 2.7K/48fps, 2.7K/50fps, 2.7K/60fps, 1080p/48fps, 1080p/50fps, 1080p/60fps, and 1080p/120fps video.
5. Measured at a constant speed of 21.6 kph in windless conditions.


What DJI Mini 2 accessories can be used with DJI Mini 3 Pro?
DJI Mini 3 Pro is compatible with DJI 18W USB Charger and DJI RC-N1 and its related accessories (DJI RC-N1 RC Cable, DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller Monitor Hood, DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller Tablet Holder, and DJI RC-N1 Control Sticks). Other DJI Mini 2 accessories are not compatible with DJI Mini 3 Pro.

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DJI Mini 3 Pro | Fly Mini, Create Big

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DJI Mini 3 Pro

DJI Mini 3 Pro

DJI Mini 3 Pro

Camera Drone

mini 3 pro

Additional information

Weight 249 kg
Dimensions 9.65 × 6.73 × 2.44 cm




Video Capture Resolution

‎4K HD

Effective Still Resolution


Connectivity Technology


Control Type

Remote Control

Media Type

Micro SD

Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Ion

Are Batteries Included


Video Output Resolution

1920×1080 Pixels

Remote Control Included


Product Dimensions

9.65"L x 6.73"W x 2.44"H

Item Weight

249 Grams, 8.8 ounces



Item model number



‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

May 10, 2022



Country of Origin




10 reviews for DJI Mini 3 Pro (DJI RC) – Lightweight and Foldable Camera Drone with 4K/60fps Video, 48MP Photo, 34-min Flight Time,

  1. TeeHeCee

    First Time Drone User, Very Easy To Learn and Creates Breathtaking Content!I have been waiting for DJI to create a Mini drone that included obstacle avoidance since the first Mini drone was released. This review is based on my experience with the drone after a total flight time of 24 hours. I have provided a quick pros and cons list followed by an expanded discussion. I recommend you reference the headers that are most relevant to you, given the length of this review.*A Quick Summary*Pros:-Weight-Geo-restrictions Built-in-Camera-Battery Life-Personalize Controller SetupCons:-Binding of the Fly-away Refresh coverage-Sound of the controller-Durability of Propellers-Return to home (“RTH”) Inconsistency-Obstacle avoidance-Runs Hot on Idle When Transferring Recordings-Inconsistent Transfer SpeedConclusion:But despite my four-star review given the outweighing con factors, the Mini Pro 3 is a great drone for beginners to learn how to fly while capturing breathtaking images that include a decent number of safety features. I recommend that new users purchase DJI’s 2-year Refresh warranty that includes fly-away coverage for $125. When writing this review, this can be bought within 48 hours of turning on your drone through DJI’s website.*Detailed Review of Features*Weight:The weight of DJI’s Mini series can easily avoid registration in most jurisdictions and comes ready to fly out of the box. This is why I wanted my first drone to be under the 250g weight threshold to avoid registration and avoid obtaining a certification/license while I am still learning. You will see that opting for DJI’s Fly More Kit Plus (extended range batteries) pushes you over this limit and may subject the user to the registration process. I suspect the DJI app would know that you have inserted the heavier-extended range batteries and would require you to enter your certification/clearance permit before taking flight. I truly am impressed by the weight of this drone. Even the controller is heavier than the drone itself!Geo-restrictions Built-in:From what I can tell, the DJI Fly app is robust and includes local geo-restrictions that may prevent you from taking off in a restricted area. I still use apps such as the B4UFly app to ensure that there are no local or temporary ordinances I may violate before taking off. But having geo-restrictions built into the app helps beginners who don’t understand the hazards a drone may cause to not fly in an area until it is safe. I am also certain this feature has something to do with DJI’s eventual remote ID to comply with any future FAA drone registration requirements.Camera:The camera on this drone is a BEAST! It takes breathtaking videos and pictures. You would expect the standard night shooting results on a camera when taking a video (though a word of caution when flying in low-light environments). However, night pictures using the 48mp camera easily capture the hidden scenery. The various pano settings also generate beautiful views regardless of time and makes you wish you were actually in the area observing everything below.Battery Life:Can I just say WOW! The battery life is very impressive. Even though I would like to purchase the Fly More Kit Plus to utilize the longer-flight time batteries, the extra weight would kick this drone out of the 249g range. Fortunately, DJI has done a fantastic job with its sub-250g batteries. The flight time always depends on conditions (e.g., wind), but I have averaged anywhere from 25-30 minutes in a single flight. Given how fast these batteries charge, having a few extra spares charging while you fly would give you unlimited flight time! Of course, ignoring the standard longevity of lithium batteries when discharged fully between cycles, haha.Personalize Controller Setup:The controller has on function button that can quickly change two settings that would normally take several clicks in the app to reach. Pressing this button once or twice in quick succession would trigger two different functions of your choice. In addition, the app has allowed me to flip the flight control of the joysticks. Growing up, I played many games where flying a plane was required. The default flight settings were inverted to what I am used two. I was very surprised that DJI included this feature which has made me learn to fly a drone easily.Binding of the Fly-away Refresh coverage:I purchased DJI’s 2-year Refresh Plan that includes fly-away coverage. But for some reason, the setup has always been confusing. The app appears to know that I have an active subscription because I needed to include my drone’s serial number when purchasing the plan. However, I am randomly stopped from taking off because my plan has unbounded from my drone, and I would have to restart the system before it would bind properly. I am sure this is an easy software fix, but I do not understand why the plan does not simply remain bound in-between some flights.Sound of the controller:The speakers on the controller are loud and grabs your attention. This is great when you are so caught up in the breathtaking views that you may miss important warnings like your drone is low on battery. However, there have been multiple occasions where I simply turn on my controller, which beeps continuously, even after the drone is connected. I have no idea why but it gets annoying very fast. There is no hard switch on the controller to silence this beeping, and restarting everything does not help. Eventually, it will go away unless there is something wrong with the drone. When you finally connect to the drone, you may finally see notifications that need your attention.The Durability of Propellers:Extremely poor! Be very careful when flying with imperfect props. The slightest divot may send your drone rolling during take-off. These props do not withstand even the slightest impact at all. I strongly recommend having extra spares on hand if you are a new pilot because you don’t want to run into another supply crunch. Having extra good props on hand will get you back in the air quicker, rather than waiting for days after ordering.Return to home (“RTH”) Inconsistency:The GPS feature on these drones is great. You can visually see on the app how many drones are currently connected to your drone. However, if you use the RTH feature, BE VERY CAREFUL and watch it closely. You can still maneuver the drone after enabling RTH. So when your drone begins to descend on your neighbor’s roof instead of your driveway, gain some altitude and cancel RTH. Then manually land where you need. Simply put, DO NOT TRUST RTH.Obstacle avoidance:Unfortunately, the must-have feature I waited for before buying my first drone also falls under the con portion of my review. Recognizing the need to stay below 249 g, it would be difficult to include omnidirectional sensors. The Mini Pro 3 only has forward, backward, and down-facing obstacle avoidance sensors. This means flying it sideways or in orbit would expose a new user to the hazards of hitting an object if they are not watching the drone in the air as they should. Remember, there are NO side sensors for obstacle avoidance!Runs Hot on Idle When Transferring Recordings:DJI should implement sensors in the drone to turn off certain flight features, like the gimbal, when the drone’s props are folded in. While transferring footage to my phone, the drone can run extremely hot because it is not air-cooled as it would when flying. Even when my props are folded, the power-hungry flight components are still being used. I normally stick my drone in front of a fan when I am transferring to cool it down. This method works, but I shouldn’t need to do it in the first place.Inconsistent Transfer Speed:The app offers a quick-transfer feature by allowing your phone to connect to the drone directly via WiFi. You can turn off the controller in this mode and get a theoretical transfer speed of 25 mb/s. But for some unknown reason, the transfer speed can get stuck at five mb/s or bounce between 5-10 mb/s. I am not sure what is causing this difference. When I get the advertised 25 mb/s, it is under the same conditions as the 5-10 mb/s transfer rate. Just be mindful of your drone running too hot with slower transfers and reference the header above.

  2. Joe T.

    Couple thoughts for reconnaissance use…I’m not a photographer. I literally couldn’t care less what lenses or image adjustments there are. I bought this as an observation tool at the recommendation of a police sargeant I know. Couple key facts that any user should know:#1 obstacle avoidance does not work at night or even in low light. No exceptions. If you’re flying at night you are on your own.#2 the vertical flight adjustment control is opposite than that of an aircraft or simulator. Pushing the joysticks forward makes the drone go up. Pulling it towards you makes the drone go down. This is not adjustable or alterable and there’s literally petitions to get this changed or have a firmware update. Anyone accustomed to standard flight controls should note the learning curve. The nerds at DJI got this one wrong.#3 virtually no night vision capability in no-light situations, very decent night vision in low-light situations. The camera is exceptional, is just really really great. With almost any ambient artificial light you can see well at night due to the clarity of the image. However, with only moon or stars you’re flying virtually blind. From an observation standpoint this is probably only good in urban environments.#4 wow this thing is quiet. At 70ft above an objective your average person would have no idea it’s there. You do the math.#5 strobe lights turn off when filming. The drone has green strobes on the front propeller arms that flash during flight. These automatically turn off when you start recording video. If you’re having trouble seeing your drone stop recording. If you want your drone invisible at night hit record.#6 payload is about 100-120 grams depending on how it’s oriented and fastened. Thats equivalent to about five CR123 batteries, two 12ga rounds, or one Modlite IR Flashlight with the battery in.#7 You cannot use active-tracking on a moving target. Anything you’re trying to track must start stationary then start moving. That said the controls of this drone are insanely smooth and with 10 minutes of practice you can probably learn a better center-orientation than active track would provide.Overall: For the use I bought it for, and for the capability provided, and considering the price I paid, I’d give this drone a solid B+ or A-. It’s a great tool worth the money and gives the user a ton of options for clear, discreet and reliable observation. Carry on.

  3. Amazon Customer

    Quit WaitingIf you’ve been debating getting a drone and aren’t sure if you’re going to like it or be able to figure it out this is the perfect drone to start with. I chose the Mini 3 Pro because it’s small/light and under FAA registration requirements. There are the options for using the control and option 3 is set up just like a video game. I have such confidence in this drone that I will get it above the tree line and let anyone fly it around.It is way more fun than I could have ever imagined and the picture is demo tv clear. I went in with this purchase that if I didn’t like this drone it would hold its value and I would only be out of pocket a little. I love it so much I’m already looking at broadening my collection.

  4. Larry L. Melton

    Don’t order the DJI RC-N1. order the DJI RCI love the drone and its extensive capabilites. But, not the controller. Boy, did I make a mistake. I bought the package that includes the DJI RC-N1. I opted for this setup because I was saving some money and I had my iPhone for the screen. This was a mistake because I did not take into account how quickly my iPhone battery would deplete. I prepared for the power needed to fly the drone by buying extra batteries, but all the extra battery power is useless if I have to constantly recharge my iPhone. I should have bought the newer DJI RC controller. I am not satisfied with the controller I purchased, but if I upgrade to the newer one, it will cost me about $300 more. There doesn’t seem to be anyway for me to get credit for my current controller, to reduce the cost of buying the one I should have bought in the first place. Spend the extra money and buy the DJI RC controller.***Update*** DJI Customer Service responded and informed me that there is a setting in the DJI Fly program, that allows some of the juice from the controller to offset that used by the iPhone. I am also waiting to hear if I can connect an external battery brick to the controller while using it, hopefully providing some charge to replace that being used. While this is a work around, I still stand by my statement that you should buy the DJI RC controller with the drone.

  5. Mikel Berry

    DJI’s best Mavic?This is probably the last DJI I will ever buy. It’s probably also the best Mavic series aircraft that DJI has ever made, at least for us hobby fliers. DJI makes more powerful drones with many more features. They are also much more expensive and better suited for professional use.The Mavic Mini 3 Pro packs a lot more than any of it’s predecessors. It’s also still well within the budget of most enthusiasts.The multi-directional obstacle avoidance sensors and system really help navigating without being distracted by trees, bushes, buildings and the like. You still have to avoid wires and other things that don’t register with those sensors. Common sense must prevail.The new design has the drone already tilted at a slight angle while hovering, which flattens it’s profile while flying. Much better aerodynamics. The slimmer rotor arm design helps keep the weight down, improves aerodynamics. You no longer have to follow any sequence when folding or unfolding the drone. The new gimbal design allows nearly vertical upshots, as well as downshots. The camera is also much improved. DJI was able to do all of this, while still keeping the overall weight below 250 grams, to satisfy the FAA non-licensed requirements.The available ‘extended flight time’ batteries add to the weight, thereby making registration necessary. However, if you are a ‘hobby’ flier, you probably already have your FAA certificate displayed on all your other birds and adding that label to this one is not a big deal. The jump in flight time by a good 10 minutes is worth it.I couldn’t find a complete ‘fly more’ bundle at the time. So I purchased the separate ‘fly more’ kit, and one more battery to complete my field package.One thing that DJI didn’t include with this drone, or the fly more kit was the DJI wall adapter for charging the batteries. If you want to stick with OEM equipment, I recommend you get that unit. It’s not expensive and just makes me feel better about how I’m charging the batteries.Some other things that I got to go with this set are a hard-shell carrying case, skid type landing gear extensions, lens filters and a mini-strobe (for flying before sunrise or after sunset). The aircraft’s status lights DO NOT operate while shooting video. So, some kind of accessory light is critical for shooting in low light conditions if you want to know where your drone is, by line of sight. There are ‘spider leg’ types of landing gear extensions out there. I don’t recommend them. If you’re landing on turf, the legs just poke down in the grass and don’t help at all.The DJI controller included with this set up is SO much better than the standard controller. No need for your smart phone, holder and cables. The display is large, touch capable and bright enough to see well in direct sunlight. You can also pair it with other DJI aircraft. So, it’s very much worth the investment.Overall, I am very happy with the DJI Mavic Mini 3 Pro. I plan on using it a lot. And, as it is my last drone purchase, I feel I made a great purchase.

  6. Andrew M.

    Poor Instruction videoI am new to drones. I am basically happy with my purchase of the Mini 3 pro with the Fly More package, with the exception of one area……..INSTRUCTION VIDEO! There is a vast array of instructional videos available online from DJI, on how to operate the drone…Only 1 problem…..IT’S ALL IN CHINESE!!! I would have given 5 stars if it weren’t for the Paper instructions that came with the unit and is in type so small, you literally need a magnifying glass to read it, and the fact that all of the instructional videos are in Chinese. I have had to search through YOU Tube to find instructions, in English, from current owners. The lac of English language video speaks volumes of the support from DJI. Only buy this drone if you have many hours to search out instructional videos on how to use it.

  7. Aimee Nadeau

    Perfect!Best drone I have ever had. You get what you pay for. Up and running in 1 hr ( including charging time ) 12 year old son flying like a pro right out of the box. Crystal clear camera, long flight time, great auto pilot, links to satellites. What more do you want !!! Couldn’t be happier.

  8. Karen A. Brady

    A great product at a good price.The only shortcoming I can find is that the instructions are missing a lot of details. I should not have to reply on YouTube in order to find out about the myriad of settings available.The drone flies well and seems very stable. I cannot really comment on the range of the system — I have flown it as far away as I could until it was almost out of view. No problems with control or interruptions in the video.I added a neural-density polarizer (a real necessity in my opinion) and have taken some gorgeous videos. I don’t know why people buy GoPros any more when this is available.I would not recommend this for absolute beginners unless they have an experienced person standing next to them when they get started. Once they have made a few flights, they will be comfortable and capable with this excellent drone.

  9. Billy W.

    Amazing quality and easy to flyI bought this to use for work photos. I own a swimming pool company and we use drone photos to take photos of the pools that we build and to document construction phases. This drone is so easy to fly and avoids hitting objects, the best part is that with a touch of a button, it will return and land within inches of where it took off.Its worth the extra money to get the 3 mini for the avoidance sensors and extra modes such as follow me. It is so small it will literally fold up and fit into my jacket pocket. I got the RC remote (recommended) but can still connect and fly with my phone if needed. Still learning all the features but loving it nonetheless.

  10. Tawanda Kapikinyu

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     I have had this drone for a few days now and I must say I am impressed.This drone is packed with quite a lot of features that will make you want to explore places!The axis gimbal is smooth…I love it!I have 2 other drone from different manufacturers but I must say this is the best buy so far.Okay so here are the pros and cons1. Packed with features e.g. track (follow-me), point of interest, focus. Then things like timlapse.2. Picture and video quality…great. You can explore several picture and video settings.3. This drone is fairly silent….this is one where you dont get to attract a lot of attention. My other drones make a lot of noise such that I prefer being far away from people in order to use them.4. You can transfer files to your phone without pulling out the sd card.5. Constant updates.6. Obstacle avoidance. Sometimes we get carried away and this feature is great. While there are no side sensors, we normally fly forward and backwards plus there are settings where you can disable the sideways flight….well it has its pros and cons.7. I love the RC…the fact that I wont need to use my phone as the video screen is a huge plus.8. Lightweight…you can literally shove such a “features packed” drone in your pocket…Before I get to the cons, I must say there are plenty of youtube videos on DJ Mini 3 pro that you can watch and learn some of the features you might not know are there!Cons1. Drone heats up when not in use.2. No sideways sensors…3. Cost…a bit high4. They probably should design some legs for the drone instead of us looking for additional accessories.5. Propellers are not strong…fly safe. Practise in an open field.Overall, the pros outweigh the cons by far. You should get this drone! I’m even considering content creation for YouTube!

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