DJI, the household name in the drone manufacturing industry has recently launched its latest offering the DJI Air 3. With the DJI Air 3, DJI has finally added a complete camera system to its non-Pro drone portfolio. Likewise, in this article, we shall talk about DJI Air 3 Price in Nepal with its Specifications and availability.
DJI Air 3 Price in Nepal:
DJI Air 3 has been officially launched in the European market. The drone costs €1,099 when purchased with the DJI RC-N2 ordinary controller, €1,349 when purchased with the Fly More Combo and two additional batteries, and €1,549 when purchased with the premium trim Fly More Combo and its own 5.5-inch 1080p 700-nit display on the DJI RC 2 remote.
Based on the international conversion rates, the drone will likely cost NPR 1,58,990 for the DJI RC-N2 ordinary controller. NPR 1,95,990 when purchased with the Fly More combo and two additional batteries. Similarly, if you purchase the drone with the premium trim Fly More Combo and its own 5.5-inch 1080p 700-nit display it will likely cost NPR 2,24,990.
Talking about its availability, buyers can pre-order this drone. According to the company shipping of this drone will start from 27th of July. Similarly, buyers in Nepal can purchase this device as soon as it launches here in Nepal.
|Model||Price in Europe||Price in Nepal(Converted)|
|DJI Air 3(DJI RC-N2 ordinary controller)||€1,099||NPR 1,58,990|
|DJI Air 3(Fly more+ two batteries)||€1,349||NPR 1,95,990|
|DJI Air 3(premium trim Fly More Combo +5.5-inch display)||€1,549||NPR 2,24,990|
DJI Air 3 Specfications:
|Takeoff Weight||720 g|
|Dimensions||Folded (without propellers): 207×100.5×91.1 mm |
Unfolded (without propellers): 258.8×326×105.8 mm
|Max Flight Time||46 minutes|
|Max Hovering Time||42 minutes|
|Max Flight Distance||32 km|
|Internal Storage||8 GB|
|Camera||48 MP Wide-Angle Camera|
48 MP Medium Tele Camera
|Stabilization||3-axis mechanical gimbal|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 5.2, WiFii 802.11|
DJI RC-N2 Remote Controller Specifications:
|Max Operating Time||Without charging any mobile device: 6 hours|
When charging a mobile device: 3.5 hours
|Charging Time||2.5 hours|
|Battery Capacity||18.72 Wh|
|Ports||Lightning, USB-C, Micro-USB|
DJI Air 3 Overview:
Design and build:
The Air 3 has a look that closely resembles DJI’s most recent products. What’s new is that now Low-angle images are possible thanks to the smaller arms, all-black camera module, and less overhang of the chassis from the gimbal.
When folded and unfolded, the Air 3 is bigger and heavier than its predecessor in every way. It weighs 720g, which is around 125g more than the Air 2S. Similar to the one that comes with the Mini 3 Pro, the new gimbal unit is protected by a hard, semi-transparent plastic cover. However, the company claims that this one does a better job of keeping the gimbal from shifting around in your backpack.
Similar to the Mavic 3, the Air 3 has two angled obstacle avoidance sensors on the base and one on each corner. You are protected in all directions thanks to the full 360-degree obstacle sensing.
Talking of storage there is only 8GB of onboard storage available on this device. However, there is also a microSD slot given on the device. So you can simply pop a microSD card and record without worrying about storage.
The battery offered on this drone is of 4241 mAh capacity. However, Air 3 provides much longer flight periods. In ideal circumstances, you can anticipate up to 46 minutes. Also under ideal conditions the drone also offers up to 42 minutes of Hover time as well.
Given such an impressive battery, the drone is also capable of flying great distances. The max flying distance on this particular drone is 32 km as per the reports.
Talking about the camera, the two cameras on this model are the largest improvement. Also worth noting is that this is the first instance outside of the Mavic series where we’ve seen a dual-camera arrangement.
The 48MP 1/1.3-inch stacked CMOS sensors in both cameras allow them to capture images at the same resolutions and frame rates. On both cameras, you may film at up to 4K 60 frames per second without cropping, or a stunning 4K 100 frames per second for slow motion.
Additionally, the color rendition is consistently outstanding, which makes it simple to combine footage from different cameras when editing.
While you’re here do watch the review video of DJI Air 3 here,