The DJI Inspire 3 is the newest addition to DJI’s Inspire series, and offers multiple upgrades to its predecessor, the Inspire 2. Key features include:
X9-8K Air full-frame 3-axis gimbal
Up to 9.3-mile control via O3 Pro
Omnidirectional obstacle avoidance
CineCore 3.0 image processing
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8K X9-8K Air Gimbal and FPV Camera. At the heart of the Inspire 3 is the custom-built 8K X9-8K gimbal. This gimbal uses CineCore 3.0, DJI’s latest image processing system to internally record up to 8K25 CinemaDNG video or 8K75 Apple ProRes RAW video, both meeting the needs of professional productions. The footage recorded maintains a realistic view of the world around you, almost too similar to what the human eye sees, while keeping space aside for adding visual effects and color grading. Complex lighting sources are supported with 14+ stops of dynamic range and the use of the DJI Cinema Color System authenticity in recording everything from urban landscapes to a variety of skin tones. Doubling the display field of view (DFOV) of the Inspire 2 to 161°, this new 1/1.8" FPV camera supports the transmission of live feeds at 1080p60 and provides a large 3 μm pixel size. In case you didn’t already know, larger pixels = better light-sensing for lower light scenarios, like night vision.
Accurate Flights, Every Time. With Real Time Kinetic (RTK) antennas built into the airframe of this drone, pilots have access to centimeter-level accuracy that allows them to confidently fly those complex routes, over and over again. These antennas work in conjunction with three different types of GNSS (GPS, BeiDou, and Galileo) dual-frequency positioning. Pilots can choose to activate an RTK Network, using the internet connection of the RC Plus to connect to an NTRIP server.
Pro Features. Waypoint Pro is a feature that encompasses a wide range of settings, including Repeatable Routes and 3D Dolly, that allows filmmakers to easily replicate and capture those complex routes using RTK positioning. Repeatable Routes allows the Inspire 3 to fly the same route over and over again while maintaining all preset parameters, such as altitude, speed, gimbal angle, and camera settings. 3D Dolly enables the pilot to simulate a crane, cable cam, or dolly shot with the added flexibility that aerial cinematography can provide. This allows you to plan the dolly route and then move the drone back and forth along it while adjusting speed, gimbal angle, and other parameters as needed. Also included is Spotlight Pro, which automates subject recognition and locking for both people and vehicles. Using Follow Mode, the gimbal will lock onto a subject and orient it in the same direction, and using Free Mode allows you to take full advantage of the gimbals 360° pan ability, which enables the gimbal to stay locked on a subject while the pilot uses the FPV camera to check the surroundings and control the flight route.
Advanced Obstacle Avoidance. To protect the Inspire 3 and bystanders, this unit comes with omnidirectional obstacle avoidance that incorporates nine visual sensors to detect obstacles in all directions. This includes 360° horizontal, upward, and downward coverage. Additionally, a fisheye camera is attached to each other the four landing arms, so when they are raised, obstruction from the airframe can be avoided, and when lowered, you gain horizontal obstacle sensing. A new feature that this drone offers is customizable obstacle avoidance. This allows the pilot and filmmakers to disable horizontal, upward, and downward sensing independently, which lets pilots fly closer to objects and perform those hard-to-maneuver shots. You still get the ability to manually set a range, where the Inspire 3 will give you an audible alert sound if you get too close, and you’ll always be able to see an object’s distances on the controller’s display.
O3 Pro Transmission. The integrated O3 Pro transmission improves upon the distance, video latency, and stability compared to the Inspire 2. With this upgraded transmission system, pilots can enjoy a maximum control distance of 9.3 miles in single-control mode or up to 7.5 miles in dual-control mode. Both the 8K gimbal and FPV can provide live feeds of 1080p90 at a low 90 ms latency, and for the first time, filmmakers can have live feeds at 4K30 or 1080p60 at up to 3.1 miles.
Dual Control with Independent Links. Unlike the Inspire 2 , primary and secondary control links are not bound. This means that two remotes can operate independently, giving each operator live feeds and the ability to be at different physical positions. Also, if the pilot loses the signal, the gimbal operator can take over to land the drone safely. Please note that a second remote is optional and not included.