Compared with DJI Mini 2 and Mavic Air 2, DJI Mini 3 Pro has improved battery life, intelligent features, video transmission, and a fully upgraded imaging system and visual sensing system.
Specifically: Inheriting the 249 g light and compact body of DJI Mini 2, DJI Mini 3 Pro comes with a 1/1.3-inch image sensor that supports native HDR. It supports three-directional obstacle sensing and the newly upgraded APAS 4.0 (Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems). DJI Mini 3 Pro's battery life has been extended to up to 47 minutes.
* It supports DJI O3 FHD digital video transmission, ensuring a stable live feed at distances of up to 12 km. DJI Mini 3 Pro also supports intelligent features like FocusTrack, True Vertical Shooting, Timelapse, MasterShots, and High-Speed QuickTransfer.
** With the Intelligent Flight Battery Plus, flying constantly at 21.6 kph in windless conditions. With the Intelligent Flight Battery Plus (sold separately in selected countries), the aircraft will weigh more than 249 g, please check and strictly abide by local laws and regulations before flying.
To ensure transportation safety, DJI Mini 3 Pro flight batteries are set to Sleep mode before shipping.
Before using, insert the battery into the aircraft or charging hub, and connect the battery charger to charge and activate the battery. After activating the battery, press the power button once and then press again and hold to turn on the aircraft.
With the DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller:
Connect your mobile device (connected to the internet) with the remote controller, and then connect to DJI Mini 3 Pro via the DJI Fly app. Follow instructions in the app to activate DJI Mini 3 Pro.

With DJI RC:
When using DJI RC for the first time, connect to Wi-Fi or a smartphone hot spot to connect to the internet, and follow instructions in the app to activate DJI RC. After activating DJI RC, connect it with DJI Mini 3 Pro via the DJI Fly app. Follow instructions in the app to activate the aircraft.
No. Avoid contact with water during use as it may lead to damage of the device.
If it rains during the flight, please return and land as soon as possible, and wait until the aircraft is fully dry inside and out before using again.
DJI Mini 3 Pro can only be used with the DJI Fly app. You can download the DJI Fly app from the Downloads page on the DJI official website. Please check compatibility on the website.
* If you are using DJI RC as the remote controller, it comes with the DJI Fly app pre-installed.
DJI Mini 3 Pro adopts a redesigned structure and form, bringing the following advantages:
1. Longer battery life at the same compact size: The new form and design allow the drone to carry larger propellers and improve the propulsion efficiency of the propellers and the aircraft, bringing longer battery life.
2. Broader environment sensing range: The new design enables the drone to carry sensors with a larger FOV, further increasing the sensing range and distance. DJI Mini 3 Pro thus provides more powerful visual sensing capabilities, improving flexibility and safety during flight and obstacle avoidance.
3. True Vertical Shooting and expanded axes: The new design allows users to get portrait shots without the need for digital cropping. Fewer gimbal limits mean more shooting angles and added creative freedom. During high-speed flight, the aircraft angle also has less restrictions on the gimbal and the shooting angle.
DJI Mini 3 Pro uses an all-new vision sensor layout that effectively addresses the problem of the sensors being covered by the propellers when flying backward. This improves the sensing range and performance to provide added safety for users.
The max wind speed resistance of DJI Mini 3 Pro is 10.7 m/s (Level 5).
* Wind resistance is dependent upon propulsion. Under strong winds, due to the lightweight nature of the drone, slight vibration is expected. High-powered propulsion ensures the drone hovers stably or returns to home safely. DJI Mini 3 Pro automatically controls the gimbal to adjust slightly to ensure that the footage is always stable and not affected by the wind.
DJI Mini 3 Pro doesn't include a built-in fan, which effectively reduces the drone's power consumption and increases the battery life. Meanwhile, it uses the wind generated by the propellers to dissipate heat during the flight, ensuring excellent heat dissipation effects and preventing overheating.
When DJI Mini 3 Pro stays in standby mode for a long time, its temperature may continuously rise. With a built-in temperature control system, the drone, when in standby mode can detect the current temperature and decide whether to automatically power off to prevent overheating.
The common standby time periods of DJI Mini 3 Pro in the stationary state are as follows. If the time is exceeded, the drone may automatically power off to prevent overheating (tested in an indoor environment with an ambient temperature of 25℃).
When in standby mode on the ground: about 22 minutes
When updating firmware: about 19 minutes (sufficient for three upgrades)
When using QuickTransfer immediately after powering on: about 35 minutes
When using QuickTransfer after landing: about 35 minutes
Our DJI Mini 3 Pro has been designed in line with the current draft C0 standards which are due to be finalised in the future. We are currently conducting the certification test under these draft standards and, after being able to obtain the class identification label, will inform customers of how to certify their drone.
At the present time, any drone under 250g is subject to the same rules and regulations regardless of whether or not it holds a class identification label, which is not yet available.
Currently, all DJI drones can be used in the Limited Open Category with certain restrictions until 31 December 2023 and beyond.
DJI Mini 3 Pro has been designed in line with the current draft C0 class identification standards (drones below the weight of 250 grams) which are due to be finalised in the future.
Regulators in Europe and other jurisdictions around the world (e.g. the US or Australia) have agreed that drones weighing less than 250 grams are not going to cause the same kind of damage as a heavier drone when involved in a crash or collision. Since they consider sub-250g drones to pose the lowest risks, they have made them subject to fewer restrictions and requirements than their heavier counterparts.
The larger battery (Intelligent Flight Battery Plus) would add approx. 40 grams to the Maximum Take-Off Mass (MTOM) of the DJI Mini 3 Pro and place it into the draft C1 class identification standard which would pose more restrictions on the use of the drone. DJI would like to avoid this scenario for the Mini series of our portfolio in order to appeal to a wider consumer base.
Yes. You can manually set camera parameters like shutter speed, ISO, and white balance in the DJI Fly app.
Photo mode: In Single Shot mode, DJI Mini 3 Pro can recognize the scene and automatically enables HDR for better dynamic range.
Video mode: When recording video at 30fps or lower, DJI Mini 3 Pro automatically enables HDR.
When recording at 4K/30fps, DJI Mini 3 Pro can deliver optimal footage quality that takes care of both dynamic range and image details.
If you need smoother footage, you can set the frame rate to 48/50/60fps. The dynamic range of these frame rates will decrease relatively.
DJI Mini 3 Pro features the dual native ISO values of ISO 100 and ISO 800.
Photo mode and video mode (24/25/30fps): The sensor will algorithmically integrate the images gained by the two sets of analog amplifier circuits for a better dynamic range of actual imaging.
Video mode (48/50/60/120fps): When you set an ISO value below 800, the drone will use the low-gain analog amplifier circuit. When you set an ISO value above or equal to 800, the drone will use the high-gain analog amplifier circuit. When recording with a frame rate of 48/50/60/120fps, it is recommended to set the ISO value to 100 in strong lighting environments, or 800 in low-lit environments for better imaging effects.
Remote Controller
DJI RC currently supports a quick preview of footage after shooting; supports downloading photos (excluding panorama photos) and 1080p videos (excluding footage shot in D-Cinelike mode); does not support functions such as original material editing and sharing.
It is recommended to install the DJI Fly app on your smartphone and to use the QuickTransfer feature. With this feature, you can connect DJI Mini 3 Pro directly to your smartphone to quickly transfer footage, and then manage and share the footage through the DJI Fly app.
Due to the limited built-in storage space of DJI RC, it is recommended to use an external microSD card to store the recording cache and use the screen recording feature.
Yes. DJI RC supports the charging power of up to 15 W (5 V/3 A).
Video Transmission
The DJI O3 Video Transmission System uses an all-new solution and upgrades dual antennas to four antennas to bring FHD video transmission at distances of up to 12 km (FCC compliant and with no obstructions). Additional anti-interference capabilities further improve transmission stability in cities and other complex environments.
DJI Mini 3 Pro’s High-Speed QuickTransfer supports the fast transmission of photos and videos at up to 25MB/s.
Propulsion and Battery
The maximum flight altitude is 500 m for safety reasons. Due to local laws, the maximum flight altitude may vary in different countries and regions. Before flying, please always follow local laws and regulations.
Before each flight, it is necessary to check the propellers for cracks, wear, warp, corrosion, and loose screws. If any of these conditions are present, the propellers should be replaced. Follow the instructions in the user manual to replace the propellers.
Use the included screwdriver to change the propellers. Please follow the instructions provided. Remove the two blades and screws from the motor, and replace with the new propellers and screws. Attach the marked propellers to the marked motors, and the unmarked propellers to the unmarked motors. Ensure that the propellers and motors are installed securely before each flight.
Yes. To ensure charging speed, we recommend you to use the DJI 30W USB-C Charger or other USB Power Delivery chargers.
The DJI Mini 3 Pro Two-Way Charging Hub supports USB PD fast-charging protocols, and can charge up to three batteries in sequence. You can also use it for battery storage or as a power bank (storing at least one battery with ample power) to charge your mobile device or remote controller via the USB-A port.
Firmware Update
Connect the aircraft with the remote controller. The DJI Fly app will send you a prompt for firmware updates (if new firmware is available). Follow the instructions to update the firmware of the aircraft, remote controller, battery, and other modules.
1. When the battery level of the aircraft or the remote controller is lower than 20%, it will lead to update failure.
2. Powering off DJI Mini 3 Pro or the remote controller during an update. If this happens, restart DJI Mini 3 Pro and the remote controller, and begin the update again.
3. The internet was disconnected during the firmware download.
4. During the firmware download, if your smartphone interface is switched to other applications, it may lead to update failure.
* During the update, the aircraft will restart multiple times and automatically shut down after the update has been completed.
Accessory Compatibility
DJI Mini 3 Pro is compatible with DJI RC-N1 and related accessories, as well as the DJI 18W USB Charger. Other DJI Mini 2 accessories are not compatible with DJI Mini 3 Pro.
DJI Mini 3 Pro currently supports two remote controllers - DJI RC-N1 Remote Controller and DJI RC.
DJI Mini 3 Pro is only compatible with DJI Goggles 2, DJI Goggles Integra, and DJI RC Motion 2. DJI Goggles 2 or DJI Goggles Integra should be used with DJI RC Motion 2.
DJI Mini 3 Pro currently supports DJI RC Pro, DJI RC, DJI RC-N1, and DJI RC Motion 2 (should be used with DJI Goggles 2 or DJI Goggles Integra).