the drone DJI Mavic 3 Classic received its certification from Anatel and can now be sold in Brazil. O approval request was made by Multi, which announced the partnership with the Chinese manufacturer in March this year. On the DJI website in Brazil, operated by Multi, the drone is only sold in a combo with several accessories for the price of BRL 21,999.
When trying to buy the separate DJI Mavic 3 Classic, the manufacturer’s website takes you to the search for partner stores in Brazil. The drone has already been launched in other markets. In the United States, your price in the basic version, without the controller, is US$ 1,469 (BRL 7,774.68 in direct conversion).
DJI Mavic 3 Classic homologated in Brazil
The date on the Anatel document shows that the result of the certification request was issued on December 21st. As it is an imported product, manufactured in Shenzhen, China, it is possible to infer that Multi started sales of the DJI Mavic 3 Classic Fly More combo, aware that deliveries would arrive in Brazil after approval.
However, Multi has yet to start selling the standalone drone in Brazil. Even though it is the “entry” version of the Mavic line, its price will be very high due to the importance factors. The final price of the Mavic 3 Classic drone should be below BRL 19,000 — the price range of the “normal” Mavic 3.
The Mavic 3 Classic drone camera is manufactured in partnership with Hasselblad, a renowned camera company. However, one of the specification cuts made on this entry-level drone is the telephoto lens. The Mavic 3 Classic only has 3x digital zoom — the Mavic 3 version has 7x optical zoom.
The drone’s battery (5,000 mAh) lasts for up to 46 minutes of flight and takes approximately 96 minutes to be fully charged. Its range is 30 km, being able to transmit videos up to 15 km. The Mavic 3 Classic supports shooting at resolutions up to 5.1k at 50 fps.