Earlier this month, DJI released its much-anticipated Mavic 3. While we were able to get our hands on a unit to review, many of the new and improved shooting modes weren’t yet available for use. We have now confirmed that these modes will be available in an upcoming update that will be released early next year.
In a letter to DPReviewHowever, a DJI representative confirmed that ActiveTrack 5.0, MasterShots, QuickShots, Hyperlapse, Panorama mode and Wifi Quick Transfer are all delayed until a future firmware update – due for release in January 2022. While DJI is now showing this on its Mavic 3 product page They are indicated only by a double asterisk with an abbreviated disclaimer in the footnotes, as shown in the screenshot below.
|If you go to buy the Mavic 3 on DJI’s official website, you’ll notice two asterisks next to the features followed by a disclaimer stating that they will be available with the January 2022 firmware upgrade.|
It is not clear when exactly in January 2022 we can expect the update. We will update this article accordingly when the update is published.
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