The latest rumours mention DJI Mavic 3 Pro and DJI Mavic 3, but this is not in line with the latest DJI naming trends. The company is phasing out the Mavic (and Osmo) sub-brands, as evidenced by the DJI Air 2S and DJI Mini 2 models. This means that any successor to the DJI Mavic 2 Pro will likely be called the DJI Pro 3. But since we’re primarily referring to the next-generation Mavic 2 Pro, we’ll stick with the assumed names ‘Mavic 3 Pro and ‘Mavic 3 for now.
Will we see a release date in August again? It’s certainly possible, given that the August to October window is traditionally one of the two major hotspots in the world.DJI for launches outside of April. We’ve seen the DJI Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Zoom, Mavic Mini and Mini 2 arrive in this area before, but the pandemic has also desynchronised many traditional launch cycles.
As for the possible price of the Mavic 3 Pro, it hasn’t been leaked and it’s too early to tell. However, we can make educated guesses based on the Mavic 2 Pro’s starting price and the expected specs of its successor.
The Mavic 2 Pro costs $1,599 / £1,349 / A$2,499 at launch, but it’s safe to assume that the Mavic 3 Pro is likely to exceed that figure. A DroneDJ source claims that “the [Mavic 3 Pro’s] price will certainly be very high, so the price could end up well north of $2,000 / £1,500 / A$2,600. $, provided it offers features like the new Hasselblad camera. But of course, that’s all speculation as to whatStadium.