DJI Zenmuse X3

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Quick Overview

  • Compatible with Inspire 1 and Matrice series
  • Sony EXMOR 1/2.3" CMOS Sensor
  • 12MP Still Images, video up to 4K
  • JPEG, DNG RAW, and MP4 File Formats
  • Quick release Mount

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Precision-Engineered Gimbal with Advanced Technologies

Equipped with DJI’s most advanced gimbal technologies, the Zenmuse X3 is built for maximum stability to ensure ultra-stable footage even in less than ideal weather conditions. It features the same lightning-fast custom processor found in DJI gimbals, which allows it to quickly and effectively respond and compensate for nuances in pitch, roll, and yaw in real-time. Using data from the flight controller, the Zenmuse X3 constantly evaluates flight parameters, enabling it to accurately correct for movements along all three axes using three brushless servo motors that keep the camera level.

The Zenmuse X3 is capable of full 360° rotation and -90° to +30° tilt, with an impressive control accuracy of ±0.03°.

Ultra-HD 4K Camera

Despite its compact size and lightweight body, the camera unit on the Zenmuse X3 is a powerful, high-performance imaging tool that is capable of producing professional-quality output in the form of stunning, cinematic 4K videos and crisp, high-quality 12MP still images. It can shoot 4K UHD videos at up to 30fps, as well as 1080p FHD and 720p HD videos at up to 60fps. As for photos, the Zenmuse X3 can shoot in both JPEG and RAW and offers continuous shooting of up to 7fps.

The camera features a Sony EXMOR 1/2.3" CMOS sensor and a 9-layer lens with a 94° field of view, which offers a remarkably wide angle without the visual “fisheye” distortion that you often get from ultra-wide angle lenses.

Easy “Point and Shoot” Camera Operation

Operating the Zenmuse X3 is both easy and intuitive. Using the DJI GO app, users can simply tap or drag a finger across the screen to manipulate the orientation of the camera and take advantage of the gimbal’s 360° rotation range. It responds quickly to each command, allowing the user to expertly control the camera in real-time without missing any critical photo or video opportunities.