DJI Osmo Action 3 design

Action 3 Action 3 appears remarkably similar to the original DJI Action camera, which was an excellent camera, however, it may have been a bit too much like GoPro. This Action 3 may still carry the typical look of an action camera however, it’s unique in a few key aspects. One of them is its magnetic quick release mechanism, which is the same as its predecessor, the Action 2, and which has been upgraded significantly to make it more durable and solid.

The magnetic clip system allows users to connect and remove the camera from different mounts, or just fix the camera onto an aluminum surface. Although such a method may be a bit unsettling regarding its reliability, I can attest for the trustworthiness for the magnet since it remained securely locked and secured in an extension rod through an automobile window at speeds of 40 mph. I’ve used with the Action 2 on top of an unmanned drone at higher speeds than the speed of. One important thing to be aware of is that sometimes the magnetic clip does not snap perfectly initially and it’s always a good idea to check the connection again.

Action 3 Action 3 is unique in that its front-facing screen has been made touch-sensitive, which allows you to change settings even when the camera is in front of you, like when you shoot vlog-style videos. Since I often shoot YouTube videos that resemble vlogs I really appreciate this feature. I also like that battery access door of the Action 2, which is very easy to operate and remains safe and waterproof.

DJI Action 3 image quality

If you loved the style of the video footage taken using Action 2 Action 2, you’ll also enjoy it with the Osmo Action 3. For me the distinction is almost insignificant. It’s not necessarily a bad thing but Action 2 Action 2 captures great-looking video. The details are clear and crisp in addition, each of Rocksteady and Horizonsteady stabilization of images are extremely efficient. The default color mode may be too saturated, but I like the overall look of it. D-cinelike color profiles are available for those who prefer more editing flexibility and create your own design when post-processing.

Action 3 Action 3 can shoot in 4K with 120fps and up to 240fps at 1080p. The 1080p resolution is as ugly and mushy as you’d expect, but 4k 120fps does look nice. The resolution is limited to 4k that’s fine for those who want to upload straight-out camera footage with no editing. However, it’s not up against the goPro Hero11 black’s 5.3k max resolution, and bigger sensor, which provides more flexibility when it comes to post-processing.

DJI Osmo Action 3 vs GoPro Hero 11 Black – Video Quality Comparison

I discovered I found that Action 3 outperforms the Hero 11 little in terms video stabilization, whereas The Hero 11 is marginally sharper. The result is that in terms of video quality, both cameras are very well-matched.

One thing that I love about the footage created with Action 3 Action 3 is that it is very compatible to similar DJI products. That means that even if you use the Mini 3 Pro, for instance, Mini 3 Pro, for instance, to record images from above, they will work perfectly with the appearance of the footage you capture by Action 3. Action 3.

If you use using a DJI Mini 3 Pro to film images from above, they will go well with the appearance of the footage you capture by Action 3. Action 3.

Action 3 Action 3 puts extra emphasis on the accuracy of colors, thanks to an enormous, dedicated sensor to detect the proper white balance of any scene. While it didn’t appear to have a significant impact in the relatively calm conditions I captured with the camera is likely to be more beneficial for diving deep sea.

DJI Action 3 display

Both rear and front screens in the Action 3 are bright with excellent colors. A larger touchscreen on the rear is simpler to use than the smaller display on the Action 2, and the integrated front screen means that it doesn’t require an additional module to get an front-facing display.

DJI Action 3 durability and waterproofing

Its Osmo Action 3 is remarkable in the way you can drop it, and submerged. It is drop-resistant up to five feet , and water-proof all the way to 52 feet under water. Additionally, it’s certified for use between minus 4 between 113 and negative four degrees. That’s some impressive figures, and they’re apparent in the incredibly tough appearance on the body of the camera. I am awestruck by the rubber ring that surrounds the lens, as it provides security to the most vulnerable area that is Action 3. Action 3, though I prefer it to be secured since it is prone to being pushed away from the edge of the lens in the wrong way.

While I didn’t carry the camera around as a hacky sack and I was sadly lacking the time to attend deep sea diving but I did take my Action 3 out hiking and put it in the lake. This minor punishment did not hinder it. Action 3. If you’re looking for additional protection against drops, DJI has housings, which are included in the Adventure combination.

There’s one big flaw however, in making use of the camera in real life and that is that the plates with magnetic properties of the distinctive mounting method have a naive tendency to attract magnets from sand. It’s not a big problem for however it may affect the locking mechanism, and will require regular cleaning, especially if you are taking it to the beach.

DJI Action 3 battery life

Action 3 Action 3 offers similar battery longevity to other cameras, however it is able to operate in extreme temperatures. I managed to get through an average day of hiking, and also recording without the need to change the battery. However, if you intend to shoot for longer durations rather than short highlights as I like to do, then you’ll need to have spare batteries. It also charges extremely quickly, taking just about 18 minutes for charging up to 80% fully charged.

I tried my Action 3 with the optional Multifunctional battery case. It serves as charging case and carry case for three batteries at once however, you can charge your phone or other USB-C-powered devices with the Action 3 batteries by plugging them into the case. The case also offers extra storage for two additional microSD cards.

DJI Action 3 performance and software

I haven’t had any problems with overheating or any other issues related to performance while shooting using Action 3. Action 3. Its DJI Mimo application also functions to control the camera in addition to uploading and editing footage.

Audio recording is excellent I’d be comfortable making use of the Action 3 to shoot vlog-style videos on its on its own. If you’re looking to get greater audio quality, connect in the DJI Mic in the Action 3 and record via this amazing wireless microphone. I tested this option and it was a straightforward plug-and-play experience. The only set-up hassle being unclipping the USB-C port off the Action 3 to make way for the DJI Mic.

Microphone Test: DJI Action 3 vs GoPro Hero 11 vs Insta360 4K Boost vs GoPro Media Mod vs DJI Mic

DJI Osmo Action 3 price and availability

Action 3 is available now. Action 3 is available now with a price starting at $330 price level. You might also think about moving up to the $440 adventure bundle comprising three batteries, the fantastic multi-purpose battery case extra lens protectors to Action 3, two lens protectors for Action 3, two adhesive base kits, a secure frame and Extension rod kits. Although it costs $110 more than the cost of the basic package it is worth it. Adventure kit is full of value, with a variety of accessories for a lower price compared to the MSRP for each item.

A rugged action camera that is extremely durable.

Although I’m still not a fan of the unique design of the Action 2, the DJI Osmo Action 3 is an excellent camera for action that stands against a tough competition from brands like GoPro or Insta360. Although, at the end, I’m not sure that it’s a step ahead of other cameras of this type all-in-all, it has some important advantages.

If you require a more sturdy camera then this is the camera to pick, especially with the protective frame that is included. If you are planning on diving The Action 3 can go all to a depth of 52 feet without a separate diving case. Another major selling point is its magnetic quick release feature which is certainly beneficial when you have to change mounts swiftly. However, as I discovered sandy beaches are the mechanism’s Achilles’ heel.

Action 3 will appeal to those who want to capture action-oriented footage. Action 3 will also appeal to DJI drone pilots seeking cameras that are rugged and can easily complement the look of footage taken by popular drones, such as Mavic 3, DJI Mini 3 Pro, Mavic 3, or Avata.