Starting at $2,199, the Mavic 3 Pro is just $150 more than the original Mavic 3, and for the difference in cost, the Pro is a big upgrade. Having that 70mm camera adds a ton of flexibility, and the value of the improved GPS system should not be underestimated. The Mavic 3 Pro is also available in two separate Fly More Combo packages, the first of which adds in two additional batteries, a battery charging hub, an ND filters set, among other accessories, for $2,999. For $3,889 you can swap out the DJI RC for the DJI RC Pro, and at $4,799 you get the DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine Premium Combo which comes with an internal 1TB SSD in the drone and support for Apple ProRes.
Compared to buying everything separately, the Fly More combo offers roughly a $200 discount. With that said, if you don’t need the ND filters ($179) and carrying bag ($319) you could buy the extra batteries, charging hub, and power adapter separately in order to save around $300. The more expensive bundle with the DJI RC Pro is actually a much better value since you get the $1,199 RC Pro with the Mavic 3 Pro for only an additional $890 on top of the basic Fly More Combo. The Cine version of the Mavic 3 Pro is a good option only if you’re a professional who needs those capabilities, despite the high price.