DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2

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DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2
Key Features
  • Dual Wide-Angle & 3x Telephoto Cameras
  • 4K100, 4K60 HDR, or 2.7K Vertical Video
  • 1/1.3" CMOS Sensors & up to 48MP Stills
  • 10-Bit D-Log M & 10-Bit HLG Color Modes
New and enhanced features of the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 make it even easier for content creators to capture complex and high-quality professional footage. The Air 3 now incorporates a dual camera system, with wide-angle and 3x medium telephoto lenses for both focusing on subjects and capturing sweeping landscapes. Both have larger 1/1.3" CMOS sensors that can capture 48MP images, video up to 4K100, and even 2.7K social media-ready vertical video. Flight time and transmission range have been increased, omnidirectional obstacle avoidance is smoother, and pre-programmed flights are now possible with the inclusion of Waypoints. All this and more can be taken to almost any location, as the Air 3 continues to provide a compact and folding design.
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DJI Air 3 RC-N2 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4Stunning Professional Video
  • 52.7K Vertical Video
  • 6Flight Modes
  • 7Night Mode
  • 8APAS 5.0 Obstacle Avoidance
  • 9Smart RTH
  • 10Additional Features
New and enhanced features of the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 make it even easier for content creators to capture complex and high-quality professional footage. The Air 3 now incorporates a dual camera system, with wide-angle and 3x medium telephoto lenses for both focusing on subjects and capturing sweeping landscapes. Both have larger 1/1.3" CMOS sensors that can capture 48MP images, video up to 4K100, and even 2.7K social media-ready vertical video. Flight time and transmission range have been increased, omnidirectional obstacle avoidance is smoother, and pre-programmed flights are now possible with the inclusion of Waypoints. All this and more can be taken to almost any location, as the Air 3 continues to provide a compact and folding design.
Stunning Professional Video
Video up to 4K100 is possible, in addition to 4K60 when adding HDR and 2.7K vertical videos. The 2.4 μm pixel size is incorporated into each of the two cameras for improved low-light performance, and two color modes are available for speedier post-processing. The 10-bit D-Log M retains more highlights and details in captured footage for more flexibility when editing, and 10-bit HLG retains a higher dynamic range for excellent results without the need for color grading.
2.7K Vertical Video
Both the wide-angle and 3x telephoto cameras are capable of recording clips in 2.7K with vertical orientation. By saving video directly to this aspect ratio, you save a ton of time in cropping, as each clip is immediately ready for sharing on social media platforms.
Flight Modes
Using pre-programmed flight modes, beginners can find it easier to execute complex aerial movements and tracking shots, making their footage look much more professional with minimal effort. Professionals also benefit by applying the time they save in execution to other aspects of the shoot or adding additional shots. The DJI Air 3 provides four different flight modes:

  • FocusTrack: Uses the obstacle avoidance system to stay safe, as it keeps subjects centered in the frame using the 3x telephoto camera.
  • QuickShots: Select from several pre-programmed camera movements to add creativity to your video: Rocket, Dronie, Circle, Helix, Boomerang, and Asteroid.
  • MasterShots: Fast and easy cinematic footage is possible with automatic complex camera movements, in addition to editing clips with music, transitions, and effects.
  • Hyperlapse: Select from Free, Circle, Course Lock, and Waypoint to capture timelapse video at up to 4K (horizontally) or 2.7K (vertically). Waypoint is new to the Air 3, letting you plan flight routes and drone actions in advance. These routes are repeatable, making it possible to achieve day-to-night or season-to-season transitions.
Night Mode
Use this mode to capture noise-free footage at up to 4K30 resolution in low-light conditions.
APAS 5.0 Obstacle Avoidance
Built-in sensors automatically detect obstacles in any direction during flight. When an object is detected, APAS 5.0 takes over to smoothly fly around the obstacle to avoid an accident.
Smart RTH
When triggered to come home, the Air 3 can automatically plot an optimized flight route back to base while using the obstacle avoidance system to keep it safe along the way.
Additional Features
  • Up to 46 minutes of flight time
  • O4 1080p60 video transmission from up to 12.4 miles away
  • Spotlight 2.0
  • ActiveTrack 5.0
  • Point of Interest 3.0

DJI Air 3 RC-N2 Specs

Key Specs
Maximum Horizontal Speed
47 mph / 75.6 km/h
Maximum Flight Time
46 Minutes
Number of Cameras
2
Camera System
Wide
48 MP, 1/1.3"-Type CMOS Sensor with 24mm-Equivalent, f/1.7 Lens (82° FoV)
Standard
48 MP, 1/1.3"-Type CMOS Sensor with 70mm-Equivalent, f/2.8 Lens (35° FoV)
Maximum Video Resolution
All Cameras
Up to UHD 4K at 100 fps / 1080p at 200 fps
Sensing System
Omnidirectional
Control Method
Included Transmitter with Smartphone/Mobile Device
Maximum Operating Distance
12.4 Miles / 20 km
Mobile Device Compatibility
Devices up to 7.1" / 180 mm Wide and 0.4" / 10 mm Thick
Mobile App Compatible
Yes: Android & iOS
App Name: DJI Fly
Weight
1.6 lb / 720 g (Takeoff)
Performance
Maximum Horizontal Speed
47 mph / 75.6 km/h
Maximum Ascent Speed
22.4 mph / 36.0 km/h
Maximum Descent Speed
22.4 mph / 36.0 km/h
Maximum Wind Resistance
26.8 mph / 43.1 km/h
Maximum Take-Off Altitude
3.7 Miles / 6000 m
Maximum Flight Time
46 Minutes
Maximum Hover Time
42 Minutes
Maximum Tilt Angle
35°
Hovering Accuracy
Vision Positioning
Vertical: ±0.3' / 0.1 m
Horizontal: ±1.0' / 0.3 m
GNSS
Vertical: ±1.6' / 0.5 m
High-Precision Positioning System
Horizontal: ±1.6' / 0.5 m
Maximum Angular Velocity
Not Specified by Manufacturer
Aircraft
Rotor Configuration
Quadcopter
Remote ID
Yes
Built-In Video Light
No
Aircraft I/O
1x USB-C (Service)
Operating Temperature
14 to 104°F / -10 to 40°C
Imaging
Number of Cameras
2
Camera System
Wide
48 MP, 1/1.3"-Type CMOS Sensor with 24mm-Equivalent, f/1.7 Lens (82° FoV)
Standard
48 MP, 1/1.3"-Type CMOS Sensor with 70mm-Equivalent, f/2.8 Lens (35° FoV)
Digital Zoom
Wide
1 to 3x
Standard
3 to 9x
Minimum Focus Distance
Wide
3.3' / 1 m
Standard
9.8' / 3 m
ISO Sensitivity Range
All Cameras
Photo: 100 to 6400
Video: 100 to 12,600
Shutter Speed
All Cameras
1/16000 to 8 Seconds (Photo)
Maximum Video Resolution
All Cameras
Up to UHD 4K at 100 fps / 1080p at 200 fps
Still Image Support
All Cameras
Up to 48 MP (DNG / JPEG)
Photo Modes
Auto-Exposure Bracketing (AEB), Burst Shooting, Interval, Single Shot
Media/Memory Card Slot
In Aircraft Body
microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC
In Remote/Transmitter
microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC (UHS-I) [U3/V30 or Faster Recommended]
Internal Storage
In Aircraft Body
8 GB
Gimbal
Number of Axes
3: Pitch (Tilt), Roll, Yaw (Pan)
Rotation Range
Mechanical Range
Yaw (Pan): 205° (-135 to 70°) 
Pitch (Tilt): 100° (-50 to 50°) 
Roll: 54° (-27 to 27°) 
Controllable Range
Yaw (Pan): 10° (-5 to 5°) 
Pitch (Tilt): 150° (-90 to 60°) 
Follow Speed
Tilt: 100°/s
Stabilization Accuracy
±0.0037°
Avoidance/Sensing System
Sensing System
Omnidirectional
Sensing System Capabilities
Forward
Measurement Range: 1.6 to 59.1' / 0.5 to 18 m
Detection Range: 1.6 to 656.2' / 0.5 to 200 m
Max Speed: 26.8 mph / 12 m/s
Field of View: 90° (Horizontal) / 72° (Vertical)
Backward
Measurement Range: 1.6 to 59.1' / 0.5 to 18 m
Max Speed: 26.8 mph / 12 m/s
Field of View: 90° (Horizontal) / 72° (Vertical)
Lateral
Measurement Range: 1.6 to 98.4' / 0.5 to 30 m
Max Speed: 26.8 mph / 12 m/s
Field of View: 90° (Horizontal) / 72° (Vertical)
Upward
Measurement Range: 1.6 to 59.1' / 0.5 to 18 m
Max Speed: 13.4 mph / 6 m/s
Field of View: 72° (Front-to-Back) / 90° (Side-to-Side)
Downward
Measurement Range: 1.0 to 45.9' / 0.3 to 14 m
Max Speed: 13.4 mph / 6 m/s
Field of View: 106° (Front-to-Back) / 90° (Side-to-Side)
Remote Controller / Transmitter
Control Method
Included Transmitter with Smartphone/Mobile Device
Operating Frequency
2.4 GHz (2.4 to 2.4835)
5.1 GHz (5.170 to 5.250)
5.8 GHz (5.725 to 5.850)
Maximum Operating Distance
12.4 Miles / 20 km
Transmitter Power
2.4 G: 33 dBm (FCC), 20 dBm (CE, MIC, SRRC)
5.1 G: 23 dBm (CE)
5.8 G: 33 dBm (FCC, SRRC), 14 dBm (CE)
Transmitter I/O
1x USB-C Input (Power, Service)
Battery Type
Built-In Lithium-Ion (5200 mAh)
Wi-Fi
No
Bluetooth
No
Mobile Device Compatibility
Devices up to 7.1" / 180 mm Wide and 0.4" / 10 mm Thick
Mobile App Compatible
Yes: Android & iOS
App Name: DJI Fly
Operating Temperature
14 to 104°F / -10 to 40°C
Flight Battery
Battery Chemistry
Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide (LiNiMnCoO2)
Battery Capacity
4241 mAh / 62.6 Wh
Battery Configuration
4 S / 14.8 V
Maximum Charging Power
17 V
Charging Temperature
41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C
Weight
9.4 oz / 267 g
General
GNSS Support
GPS, BeiDou, Galileo
Overall Dimensions
8.1 x 4.0 x 3.6" / 207.0 x 100.5 x 91.1 mm (Folded)
10.2 x 12.8 x 4.2" / 258.8 x 326.0 x 105.8 mm (Unfolded)
Weight
1.6 lb / 720 g (Takeoff)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
3.18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.8 x 6.8 x 5.3"

DJI Air 3 RC-N2 Reviews

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Do the sensors have dual gain output?

Do the sensors have dual gain output?
Asked by: John
Yes, the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 has a dual gain sensor with two native ISO settings, 100 and 400 ISO.
Answered by: Paige K
Date published: 2023-10-16

Does active track support 50 and 60fps?

Does active track support 50 and 60fps?
Asked by: Rowan
Yes, Active Track 5.0 in the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 supports 50 and 60 fps.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-10-26

Does active track support 50 and 60p? On both ...

Does active track support 50 and 60p? On both cameras?
Asked by: Rowan
Yes, the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 supports filming with active track with both cameras at 50 and 60 fps.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-07-26

Sensor Resolution at 48 Megapixel will all Flight ...

Sensor Resolution at 48 Megapixel will all Flight Modes work ?
Asked by: Michael
Yes, the 48 MP sensors in the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 work in all flight modes.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-08-07

Is this compatible with DJI RC Pro?

Is this compatible with DJI RC Pro?
Asked by: Michael
The DJI RC Pro Remote Controller is not listed as compatible with the DJI Air 3 Drone.
Answered by: Dennis L
Date published: 2023-07-26

Does Zoom work in photo Mode ?

Does Zoom work in photo Mode ?
Asked by: Michael
Yes, you can use the 3x zoom telephoto camera in the DJI Air 3 Drone with RC-N2 in photo mode.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-08-07

Can I get a polarizer filter for this?

Can I get a polarizer filter for this?
Asked by: Carmen
Yes, for a polarizer filter for the DJI Air 3 Drone Fly More Combo with RC-N2, there's the Freewell Circular Polarizer Filter for DJI Air 3, B&H # DJAIR3FMCN2.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2024-01-21

What is the big difference between the Air 3 and ...

What is the big difference between the Air 3 and Mavic Air Pro 3 , besides the $1500 and the $2,900 pricing ?
Asked by: John
The main difference between the DJI Air 3 Drone Fly More Combo with RC-N2 and the DJI Mavic 3 Pro is that the Air 3 features two cameras, while the DJI Mavic 3 Pro features three cameras and the main camera has a larger sensor than the main camera on the Air 3.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-08-01
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