DJI Inspire 3
  • DJI Inspire 3
  • DJI Inspire 3
  • DJI Inspire 3
  • DJI Inspire 3
  • DJI Inspire 3
  • DJI Inspire 3

DJI Inspire 3

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Inspire 3 DJI drone

The DJI Inspire 3 drone is an unparalleled technological leap in this sector. Its combination of the best stability, image quality and control of the device makes it a super versatile tool for the filmmaker. Not only will you be able to record 8k video at 75fps in ProRes Raw, with a spectacular new tracking system thanks to RTK positioning technology. The fact that it integrates a dual native ISO offers an ISO 800/4000, as well as more than 14 stops of dynamic range obtaining unprecedented creative freedom.

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Available from 15/05/23

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Inspire 3 DJI drone

Inspire 3 is a professional camera drone that adopts a new fluid design that fully takes aerodynamics into account to reduce air resistance.

The maximum dive speed has increased from 9 m/s of the Inspire 2 to 10 m/s, while the vertical climb/descent speed has increased from 6 m/s and 4 m/s to 8 m/s. [1]

Powerful maneuverability provides precise, responsive control and an extended flight time of up to 28 minutes. [2]

The FPV camera, visual sensors, positioning antennas and storage card slot adopt designs that integrate seamlessly into the fuselage for a minimalist appearance and modern industrial aesthetic.

Inheriting the classic transformable configuration of the Inspire series, Inspire 3 uses an all-new design that supports 360° Pan and Tilt Boost structures. When the landing gear is lowered, the gimbal supports unobstructed 80° up-angle shooting,[3] allowing cinematographers to capture strikingly innovative shots.

From the exterior design to the internal structure, every detail of the Inspire 3 was carefully considered and optimized.

  • High-mobility precision flight system

Centimeter-level RTK positioning

Inspire 3 integrates high-precision RTK positioning technology used in industries such as architecture and surveying to deliver centimeter-level accuracy. [4] Compared to traditional meter-level positioning supported by global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), RTK not only makes flying more stable, but also makes flight path planning more accurate, significantly improving creative efficiency.

The RTK antennas have been integrated into the structure of the aircraft with a new stacked ceramic design, which allows three types of GNSS (GPS, BeiDou and Galileo) and offers dual-frequency positioning up to the centimeter level. By activating an RTK network[5] or setting up a D-RTK 2 mobile station,[6] users can achieve high-precision positioning without mounting any additional modules.

Learn more about RTK Network and RTK Base Station

RTK custom network

Use the custom RTK network directly in areas covered by RTK. Simply enable internet access on DJI RC Plus and connect to an NTRIP server to allow Inspire 3 to receive comprehensive data for fast and accurate positioning.

RTK Base Station

In environments without RTK network coverage, the RTK function can be used by configuring a D-RTK 2 mobile station. The Inspire 3 can then receive complete data from the mobile station for precise positioning.

  • Dual antenna orientation

Both the front and rear of the Inspire 3 have an integrated stacked ceramic antenna, which provides powerful magnetic anti-interference capability to further improve flight accuracy and safety.

  • Waypoint Pro

Designed especially for aerial cinematography, Waypoint Pro allows flight path and shot planning with a wide range of custom settings. With new repeatable routes and 3D Dolly modes, an innovative automated shooting experience can be easily achieved. In addition, centimeter RTK positioning ensures more accurate flight path planning and execution. Whether shooting alone or on a professional computer, use Waypoint Pro to master even the most complex scenes.

  • Repeatable routes

Using repeatable routes, the aircraft will automatically fly on the same route and maintain all preset parameters such as altitude, speed, gimbal angle and camera settings. Repeating the same flight mission allows cinematographers to effortlessly take difficult one-off shots or fly at different times in the same location to easily create long-lasting time lapses that capture transitions such as day to night or season to season.

  • Dolly 3D

3D Dolly can simulate a crane, cable camera or rolling platform on film sets and goes far beyond the limitations of those devices.

After planning a flight path, the cinematographer can manually control the aircraft to move along the route back and forth while adjusting parameters such as speed, gimbal angle, and more based on the needs of the shot. This makes complicated cinema-quality camera movements easier and more efficient and can deliver enhanced visual effects.

  • Professional light

Updated since Inspire 2, Spotlight Pro allows solo creators more shot possibilities. Based on powerful machine learning algorithms, Inspire 3 supports automatic subject recognition and blocking of people, vehicles, and vessels more accurately than its predecessor.

When using Spotlight Pro's tracking mode, the aircraft and gimbal camera are oriented in the same direction and remain fixed on the subject so the pilot can get circular shots without manual framing adjustments.

  1. Tracking Mode
  2. Free mode

In Free mode, thanks to the Inspire 3's 360° gimbal panorama, the gimbal camera can remain locked on a subject, while a pilot only uses the FPV camera to check their surroundings and control the flight path more responsively to achieve complex camera movements more easily.

  • Omnidirectional detection system

Inspire 3 is equipped with nine visual sensors, enabling a robust omnidirectional sensing system that can detect obstacles in all directions and provide comprehensive protection for flying. [7]

For the first time, a fisheye camera has been added to each of the four landing arms. This design helps prevent fuselage obstruction when the landing gear is lifted and allows for the detection of horizontal obstacles when the landing gear is lowered.

  1. 360° horizontal visual sensors
  2. Visual sensors upwards
  3. Visual sensors down
  4. ToF sensor down
  • Customizable obstacle detection

In addition, Inspire 3 introduces a new customizable feature to help ensure greater flight safety and greater creative freedom. Horizontal, up, and down obstacle detection can be enabled or disabled independently, and an obstacle alert range can be manually configured to suit different scenarios. [8]

When active avoidance is disabled, users can still see the distance from an obstacle on the real-time navigation screen and receive an audio alert when an obstacle is within a set range without the aircraft performing an automatic avoidance movement. This opens up new possibilities for professional aerial crews who want to achieve a more complex camera language.

  • Ultra-wide night vision FPV camera

Inspire 3 is equipped with a new 1/1.8-inch sensor FPV camera with a pixel size of 3μm, an ultra-wide 161° DFOV and the ability to stream live streams up to 1080p/60fps. Compared to its predecessor, the DFOV is roughly doubled. This FPV camera offers a more impressive light detection capability, allowing pilots to observe their surroundings vividly and clearly, even at night, and ensuring higher levels of flight safety.

  • Full-frame 8K imaging system

Custom 8K sensor

DJI's lightest full-frame three-axis gimbal camera, the X9-8K Air, is tailor-made for Inspire 3 to take drone cinematography to the next level. It features DJI's latest image processing system, CineCore 3.0, which supports internal CinemaDNG video recording up to 8K/25fps[9], as well as 8K/75fps[10][9] Apple ProRes RAW video that meets the needs of first-class movies. and television productions.

Internal recording of ProRes RAW up to


CinemaDNG internal recording up to


8K stands for ultra-high-resolution aerial images that retain a true-to-life texture close to what the human eye sees, with clarity that astonishes audiences when displayed on larger screens. RAW brings the X9-8K Air's sensor into play, providing abundant space for visual effects and color grading.

In S&Q mode, X9-8K Air supports internal ProRes RAW video recording up to 4K/120fps full-frame without cropping, providing more creative editing options.

  • Dual Native ISO

X9-8K Air supports dual native ISO. At 30fps full-frame and below, it offers EI 800/4000, supporting the 24fps commonly seen in film productions and the 25fps used in commercial and television productions. At more than 30 fps, EI 320/1600 is available.

This allows the X9-8K Air to record images with exquisite detail and minimal noise, even cityscapes or low-light beaches, putting it on par with professional land-based cinema cameras.

  • More than 14 stops of dynamic range

X9-8K Air covers more than 14 stops of dynamic range, capturing rich details of light and shadow in complex lighting scenarios such as sunrises and sunsets. The high dynamic range provides more possibilities for post-editing, retaining genuine colors even after important exposure definitions.

EI grayscale (30fps and below)

EI grayscale (more than 30 fps)

  • DL Mount Lenses [11]

Inheriting DJI's proprietary DL mount, the X9-8K Air supports an additional 18mm F2.8 full-frame ultra-wide lens and a new telephoto lens (to be released at a later date)[12] in addition to the previous full lens-DL 24/35/50mm F2.8 mount lens selections. All five lenses are tailor-made for aerial cinematography. The housings are made of lightweight monocoque carbon fiber, so the lightest lens weighs just 178g, meeting the Inspire 3's ultra-high maneuverability requirement.

Learn more about the new DL 18mm F2.8 lens

The new DL 18mm F2.8 ASPH full-frame lens is specially designed for 8K aerial cinematography. With a 100° full-frame DFOV, the 18mm focal length can include more information, making it very useful for capturing the grandeur of larger subjects like mountains and architecture. In addition, when approaching a subject up close, the ultra-wide angle can introduce additional visual strain. Its high sharpness and well-controlled chromatic aberration also allow the lens to record 8K images with richer details and true-to-life colors.

  • Cine Color System DJI (DCCS)

Building on DJI's mature color science and technology, the DJI Cinema color system allows the X9-8K Air to retain authentic colors that redefine the look of aerial cinematography. This applies to natural environments and cityscapes, and also accurately captures skin tones in different environments and lighting conditions. DCCS ensures effortless color matching between the X9-8K Air and terrestrial cinema cameras such as DJI Ronin 4D, delivering consistent color style from air to ground to meet the needs of film production publishing workflows.

  • Multi-camera timecode synchronization

Through the aircraft's 3.5mm port, you can synchronize timecode between equipment in the air and on the ground. When it comes to abundant images from multiple cameras, the timecode light makes the editing process significantly simpler and more efficient.

  • Pro Video Transmission and Control System


Inspire 3 comes with a professional-grade remote controller, the DJI RC Plus, which has a built-in 7-inch 1200 nit high-brightness display to deliver an extraordinary outdoor monitoring experience. It also features an HDMI output port, along with several buttons and dials on the front, back, and superior, allowing for fast and intuitive operation. Button functions can also be customized to suit users' habits and deliver a smoother trading experience.

The built-in RC Plus battery provides an operating time of about 3.3 hours and extends to 6 hours with a WB37 external battery. [11] Also supports battery hot-swapping to improve creative efficiency.

In addition to the classic flight control interface, the new DJI Pilot 2 app for Inspire adds a cinema-quality monitoring interface, which allows simple and convenient verification of information such as camera exposure, video specifications, focal length and gimbal angle, easily meeting the monitoring requirements of gimbal and DP operators.

Professional accessories such as a strap and waist support are also included for more comfortable and efficient extended wear.

  • Cinema-quality O3 Pro video streaming [13]

Inspire 3 is equipped with O3 Pro, DJI's latest cinema-quality video transmission system, which enables a maximum transmission distance of 15km in single control mode[14] and 12km[15] in dual control mode. Both the gimbal camera and FPV camera support 1080p/60fps live streams and ultra-low latency of 90ms. [16] Compared to the Inspire 2's Lightbridge video streaming system, O3 Pro has made a generational leap in transmission distance, latency, and overall stability.

For the first time, 4K/30fps live streams also support a maximum transmission distance of 5km to meet UHD monitoring and on-set live streaming needs. [17]

  • Independent links for dual control [18]

Compared to its predecessor, the Inspire 3's dual-control experience has been significantly improved. Two remote controls can receive live feeds and control the drone independently, so the pilot and gimbal operator can be in different positions on set. This breaks the limitations of Inspire 2 of linking the primary and secondary control links.

If the pilot loses the signal from the aircraft, the gimbal operator can now take control of the aircraft to return home safely or land directly.