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DJI Phantom 3 Standard Quadcopter Drone with 2.7K HD Video Camera
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- Refer the user manual and videos on this page for troubleshooting.Enjoy the view: A live video feed gives you a 720p HD real-time view of what your camera sees right on your mobile device
- View a live image streamed from the drone up to a half mile away on the DJI Go app using your mobile phone or tablet
- GPS assisted flight features let you concentrate on getting great images while the drone helps you fly safely. You can achieve advanced camera perspectives with the Point of Interest, Follow Me and Waypoints modes (pending app feature availability)
- Fly up to 25 minutes with the included intelligent battery. A range of accessories is included:1 battery and charger, full set of propellers, radio controller
- Update the remote control first before use.
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The Phantom 3 Standard is the best way to start enjoying aerial photography, even with no prior experience. With the all-in-one ready to fly design and simple GPS- assisted flight, the Phantom 3 Standard lets you focus on taking great pictures and videos from the sky. With a range of over half a mile and crystal clear live video streaming over Wi-Fi to your mobile device on the free DJI Go app, the Phantom 3 Standard delivers sophisticated functionality with a simple learning curve and an accessible price point.
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DJI Phantom 3 Standard – Test / Vergleich / Bewertung
Der DJI Phantom 3 Standard ist das jüngste Quadrokopter-Modell aus dem Hause DJI und technisch betrachtet der Nachfolger des erfolgreichen DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus. Was der günstigste aller Phantom-3-Quadrokopter kann und für wen er sich lohnt, erklären wir in unserem DJI Phantom 3 Standard-Test.
Update: die DJI Phantom 3 Serie wurde in 2016 durch den Dji Phantom 4 , Phantom 4 PRO und DJI Mavic PRO abgelöst und ist daher nicht mehr aktuell.
Für gerade einmal 919,- Euro haut DJI den günstigsten seiner aktuellen Phantom-Modelle raus. Das Gesamtpaket kommt mit allem Drum und Dran – inklusive Fernsteuerung, Kamera, Akku und dem Quadrokopter selbst. Technische Basteleien und großartige Modifikationen fallen mit dem Standard-Modell ab sofort komplett weg. Mit dem RTF-Quadrokopter kann man sofort loslegen, ohne sich über den teuren Zukauf einer Kamera oder eines FPV-Systems Gedanken machen zu müssen.
DJI Phantom 3 Standard: Test / Vergleich / Bewertung
Der DJI Phantom 3 Standard eignet sich für Einsteiger- und Hobby-Piloten, die nicht viel Ahnung von Technik haben und dennoch von praktischen Features profitieren wollen. Der 350 Millimeter messende Quadrokopter mit einem Gewicht von 1.216 Gramm (1,2 Kilo inklusive Akku und Propeller) verfügt über integriertes GPS, was die Steuerung für Anfänger ganz besonders einfach macht. Mit der DJI GO-App lässt sich der Phantom 3 Standard beispielsweise auf Knopfdruck (Auto Take Off) starten. Auch die GPS-Kalibrierung wird in der App beschrieben und ist damit für Anfänger besonders einfach. Verliert der Quadrokopter die Verbindung zur Steuerung, kommt er zum Abflugpunkt zurück und landet bei Bedarf sogar automatisch. Außerdem können Flug-Limits gesetzt werden, etwa in puncto Höhe oder Distanz. Ein virtueller Käfig macht das Fliegen einfacher und sorgt dafür, dass man alle Steuerungsbefehle in Ruhe ausprobieren kann und der Quadrokopter stets innerhalb dieses Bereichs bleibt.
Wie bei allen anderen Drohnen- und Multikopter-Modellen verfügt die zum Lieferumfang gehörende Steuerung über zwei Joysticks, mit denen der Kopter gesteuert werden kann. Für Anfänger lohnenswert ist der Flugsimulator in der DJI GO-App, mit dem Steuerungsbefehle im Trockenen geübt werden können. Im Gegensatz zu den teureren Advanced- oder Professional-Modellen verfügt der DJI Phantom 2 Standard nicht über ein Vision Positioning Modul und eignet sich damit nicht für den Einsatz in Innenräumen.
Flugzeit mit einer Akkuladung
Der DJI Phantom 3 Standard verfügt über einen 4S-Akku mit einer Kapazität von 4.480 mAh. Der intelligente Akku kann mit dem beiliegenden Ladekabel aufgeladen werden und wird einfach in den Quadrokopter hinein gesteckt. Von dort aus können auch diverse Daten – etwa die Spannung oder die verbleibende Kapazität – innerhalb der DJI GO-App angeschaut und ausgewertet werden. Außerdem kann in zwei Stufen genauestens definiert werden, ab wieviel Restenergie (in Prozent) vor einem leeren Akku gewarnt werden soll. Abgesehen davon stehen auch die bisherigen Ladezyklen, die Spannung der jeweiligen Akku-Zellen oder die Temperatur des Akkus zur jederzeitigen Ansicht bereit. Das ist nicht nur interessant und wissenswert, sondern macht den Einsteiger-Quadrokopter auch für Einsteiger besonders sicher. Unser Modell konnte mit vollgeladenem Akku satte 27 Minuten in der Luft bleiben – ein toller Wert, von dem sich andere Hersteller ein Scheibchen abschneiden könnten!
Die Kamera samt Gimbal als Herzstück des Quadrokopters
DJI verpasst dem günstigsten Phantom-Modell eine Kamera, die sich sehen lassen kann. Fotos nimmt die integrierte HD-Kamera in bis zu 12 Megapixeln auf. Fotos werden wahlweise im DNG- (Rohdaten) oder JPG-Format auf der microSD-Speicherkarte abgespeichert. Videos können in bis zu 2,7k bei 30 fps, FullHD (1920x1080p) bei jeweils 24/25/30 fps oder normaler HD-Auflösung (1280x720p) bei 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps aufgenommen werden. Das Sichtfeld der Linse liegt mit 94° im Rahmen des Erträglichen und kommt damit ohne besondere Verzerrungen daher. Für Panorama-Bilder und Luftbilder mit geradlinigem Horizont eignet sich somit auch der DJI Phantom 3 Standard.
Out of the Box verfügt der DJI Phantom 3 Standard nicht nur über eine Kamera, sondern auch über ein Kamera-Ausgleichssystem. Der 3-Achsen-Gimbal des DJI Phantom 3 Standard ist qualitativ hochwertig und arbeitet nach aktuellem Standard mit leistungsstarken Brushless-Motoren. Der Gimbal ist für das Austarieren der Kamera zuständig und ermöglicht damit Luftaufnahmen-Videos in professioneller Qualität. Wie auch beim DJI Phantom 3 Advanced und Professional lässt sich der Gimbal nur in Tilt-Richtung via Fernbedienung manuell steuern. Ein manuelles Steuern in seitlicher Yaw-Richtung ist auch hier nicht möglich und wäre aufgrund des Landegestells außerdem unsinnig.
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Für Einsteiger und Hobby-Piloten gibt es wohl kaum einen besseren Quadrokopter – außer vielleicht eines der beiden Schwester-Modelle DJI Phantom 3 Advanced oder Professional. Wem Reichweiten von 500 Metern genügen und wer auch auf 4K-Aufnahmen keinen Wert legt, braucht jedoch kein teureres Advanced- oder Phantom-Modell kaufen und ist dank hochauflösender Kamera auch mit dem Standard-Modell gut bedient. Diverse Features, etwa die Kompatibilität zur tollen DJI GO-App oder das integrierte und intelligente GPS-System, beherbergt auch das günstigste Phantom-Modell. Insgesamt also ein toller Quadrokopter, der dem erfolgreichen DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus in nichts nachsteht und deutlich verbessert wurde.
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DJI Phantom 3 Standard review: An entry-level drone that's much better than basic
The Standard is easy to recommend as an entry-level camera drone, and it's also an outstanding deal at its current $499 (£449 and AU$859) price.
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DJI's ready-to-fly Phantom 3 Advanced and Professional camera drones are remarkably simple to operate, which makes them great for people entering the hobby. What's not so great: their prices.
DJI Phantom 3 Standard
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To help out your poor credit card, DJI introduced the Phantom 3 Standard, a quadcopter that looks a lot like its linemates, but at $799 in the US, £649 in the UK and AU$1,299 in Australia, it costs hundreds less. Also, to celebrate the company's 10th anniversary, DJI has cut the price to $499, AU$859 and £449 with no end date set for the promotion.
At its price, the Standard is tough to beat. You might be able to find a quadcopter with similar features from someone else, but it won't be as polished a product -- from unboxing to flight -- as the Phantom 3 Standard.
The Phantom 3 Standard is the entry-level model.
That said, the Standard is the entry-level model and as such it has fewer features. For starters, it lacks the Visual Positioning System that the other Phantom 3s have that would have let you more easily fly it indoors without GPS. Similarly, the Standard uses only GPS for positioning outdoors, while the Professional and Advanced use GPS as well as GLONASS, a secondary satellite system for faster and more accurate positioning provided by GPS alone.
The biggest difference is its controller, though. The one that comes with the Advanced and Professional models features DJI's Lightbridge technology for better video image transmission between the sky and ground as well as having a range of up to 5 kilometers (3.1 miles).
In place of Lightbridge, the Standard's controller uses a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi range extender for transmitting the live view from the Standard to a mobile device, so the potential for a delay or loss of signal in the video downlink is greater. Plus, transmission range is cut down to a maximum 1,000 meters (0.62 mile). The remote controller operates on 5.8GHz frequency.
The Standard's controller.
Also, the higher-end controller has camera controls like buttons for starting and stopping recordings or taking snapshots in addition to two that are programmable. The Standard's controller is limited to an adjustment wheel for tilting the camera up and down with all other camera settings and controls handled via DJI's Go app for iOS and Android. There's also no discrete Return-to-Home button; one of the controller's switches can be used instead. ( Here's where you can see the full feature breakdown by model .)
As for the Standard's camera, it uses a similar distortion-free, 94-degree, wide-angle f2.8 lens to the Pro and Advanced, but it has a maximum recording resolution of 2.7K HD video at 30 frames per second. That's the same maximum resolution as the Advanced, however that model can also do 1080p at 60fps; the Standard taps out at 1080p at 30fps.
The Standard can also snap 12-megapixel photos in both Adobe DNG raw and JPEG formats. The Go app also lets you manually change shutter speed, exposure compensation and ISO and you can set it to do burst shooting, exposure bracketing and time-lapse photography.
The Go app works with the drone.
The Standard uses Phantom 3 Intelligent Flight batteries, which allow you to check the health of its individual cells via the Go app. This also means older batteries won't work. DJI claims flight times top out at 25 minutes. In my tests the quadcopter lasted 22 minutes with a mix of hovering and flying in light wind and factoring in time for takeoff and landing (which can be done automatically through the Go app). That's about average for this class of quadcopter and more aggressive flying or high winds will cut into that flight time.
To help you make the most of that time, the Standard has DJI's Intelligent Flight features including waypoint navigation, point of interest (POI) flight planning and a Follow Me function.
Waypoint navigation lets you set up a multipoint path for the drone to follow while you control the camera, while POI flight planning allows you to autonomously fly a circle around a subject, keeping it centered. Follow Me sets the drone to track your movement based on your orientation when holding the remote controller.
The modes are accessed by flipping down the S1 switch on controller's right side. You have to do it once you're in the air, so you'll have to be somewhat quick about setting up your shot as you'll be cutting into your overall flight time.
Video quality is fine. The gimbal keeps the camera extraordinarily stable even in high winds. Like most small-sensor cameras, the Standard's struggles with extreme highlights so you end up with blown-out details. It does a relatively good job of adjusting for lighting changes -- another area where these cameras can struggle. You may also notice some horizontal banding, which is a rolling shutter artifact that's common to these cameras as well.
Despite all of this, the video is generally very good, especially for the price. My biggest issue is that you're stuck with this camera. There is no option to upgrade it down the road and it can't be removed for handheld use.
Lastly, whenever you record a video, a compressed 720p version is stored to your mobile device. To help make the most of these clips, DJI built a basic video editor in to the Go app. You can use it to cut up your clips, gather them up and then combine them into one movie. DJI also included some style templates with music you can apply before you save. Then you can just share away.
There's a big gap in the camera drone market right above $250 to right around $700. The options in that zone either aren't as polished as DJI's Phantom 3 Standard, require an additional purchase of a camera like a GoPro or they're smartphone- or tablet-controlled and you have to buy a controller separately if you want that experience. That's what makes the Standard a good option even at $799, but it's a true bargain at its sale price of $499/£449/AU$859.
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Dji phantom 3 standard vs advanced vs professional : what's the difference.
DJI drones are some of the best known available right now, they're also some of the best full stop. The Phantom series are now in their third generation and have split off into three levels. But which is right for you?
The DJI Phantom 3 Standard is the latest addition to the family, offering a more affordable entry-level drone for hobbyists. Then there's a step up to the Advanced and Professional models.
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For most, non-professional users, the Standard drone may offer enough. But others may need slightly more options. We've compared the three Phantom drones so you can find the best one for you.
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DJI Phantom 3 cameras
One of the biggest differences across the range of Phantom drones is the cameras. This is an area where the price can change drastically but one where many people won't really need to splash out for the top end.
The DJI Phantom 3 Standard features a 12-megapixel sensor for up to 2.7K resolution video at up to 30 frames per second, carried at 40Mbps.
Jump up to the Phantom 3 Advanced and you get a Sony Exmor 12.4-megapixel sensor and video of up to 2.7K and 30fps also with 40Mbps bitrate.
Then when you hit the top end with the Phantom 3 Professional you also get that Sony sensor but with the ability to record up to 4K resolution also at 30fps but with a bitrate of 60Mbps.
All three offer single shot, burst mode, auto exposure, bracketed frames and time-lapse shooting.
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DJI Phantom 3 flight range
Another area where there's variation across the models is flight range.
The Standard model can manage up to 1,000m in distance using the supplied controller. But this is the FCC rated number, when outdoors and unobstructed.
The Advanced and Professional models both have the same range as each other which is also based on outdoor, unobstructed use. These can go up to 2,000m away from the flier using the supplied remote controller.
DJI Phantom 3 battery
Battery charging is a big part of drone use. Since drones only fly in the air for a limited time it's ideal to have a charger that can get you back up right away, ideally with two batteries on cycle.
The Phantom 3 Standard and Advanced both feature 15.2v, 4,480mAh batteries that charge at 57W. The Professional has the same sized battery but charges at up to 100W.
But it's the Standard that wins out here, for flight time, presumably partly thanks to it's different camera sensor. It can manage a 25-minute flight time where the Advanced and Professional top out at 23 minutes. Not a huge difference, true, but a win for the Standard at least.
DJI Phantom 3 flight abilities
The flying abilities for the three Phantoms doesn't vary massively, but there are difference.
All three Phantom 3 drones fly at 16 metres per second, ascend at 5 m/s and descend at 3 m/s with a max above sea level altitude of 6,000m.
The Phantom Standard uses GPS while the Advanced and Professional models also feature GLONASS. The Standard weighs in at 1216g while the other two top the scales at 1280g.
DJI Phantom 3 app smarts
Controlling all of the Phantom 3 drones is easy enough with the accompanying app. The phone or tablet slips into the controller to boost signal and everything else is easy enough even for first-time fliers.
Some new additions that work across the range include Follow Me, to keep the drone locked onto your phone; Point of Interest, to keep locked onto one thing while flying around it; Waypoints, to fly a set path automatically while you focus on camera controls, and Intelligent Orientation Control, to help customise how you control the drone.
DJI Phantom 3 pricing
This is the area where the variations between the drones really becomes a point of importance. Do you need the extras for that price jump?
The DJI Phantom 3 Standard is currently £620. The Phantom 3 Advanced is £900 and the Phantom 3 Professional is £1,160.
There are also other pricing options for the drones with extra batteries and a hard shell backpack to carry it all, but the jump is more than £100.
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In our opinion, DJIhas long been the king of consumer drones.But while its Phantom series machines have always been impressive, they've also been more than a little on the expensive side, being around the £800-£1,000 mark.
The newest addition to the range is the Standard, which sits below the Advanced model and costs a mere £649. Is the Standard able to match the innovation we've come to expect from DJI but at an affordable price?
We've gone hands on with a production prototype to find out.
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Taking Off and Landing
Let's start with the most important point shall we? What is it like to fly?
DJI's success is built on out-of-the-box usability, and the Standard is no different. Simply screw the propellers on, charge the batteries and away you go.
The Phantom 3 Standard can be launched using the controller, or automatically from the app.
If you press the 'Take Off' button in the DJI GO app the drone springs into life and hovers around a metre above the ground. It will stay here until you tell it what to do next.
Push the throttle stick all the way forward and the aircraft will shoot up in the air at 5 metres per second. That's impressively fast.
The Standard will continue to ascend to around 6,000 metres above sea level, at which point a message will appear on your screen telling you to stop.
Landing is just as simple, capable of descending at 3m/s - or a lot faster if you completely cut the engines, a feature that's included for emergencies. Simply pull down on the throttle and it'll head back to earth, or select 'land' on an app and it'll do everything automatically.
If you happen to lose connection to the drone mid-flight, it will initiate 'Return Home Mode'. This, as the name suggests will bring the drone back to where it took off.
DJI has installed a block that stops you from taking off in restricted areas (around airports for example), obviously this can be bypassed, but it's an intelligent feature that stops people being idiots .
The DJI is fairly heavy at 1.216 kg, but this makes it incredibly stable in flight.
The biggest advantage to more expensive drones is the ability to hover. This means you don't need to constantly adjust the throttle stick for it to stay in the air.
It's also impressively fast, capable of reaching 16 metres per second (with no wind) - that's 35 miles per hour! The aircraft is incredibly nimble as well, with the ability to stop and turn abruptly.
The motors are positioned upright rather than slightly tilted like the Advanced and Professional models and this has a small negative impact on stability. However, I wasn't disappointed with the Standard, despite having used its earlier and pricier brethren.
The Phantom 3 Standard is also capable of several intelligent flight features, including 'follow me', 'waypoint navigation' and 'points of interest'.
I haven't had a chance to test these features yet, but will update when I do.
Along with the new drone, Phantom have released a new app to control it -- DJI GO.
The Standard is more reliant on the smartphone application than the Advanced and Pro models -- as it's the only way to control the camera.
The setup process is simple -- download the app on your smartphone ( Android and iOS compatible) and connect to the Wi-Fi network created by the controller.
Once connected the app will automatically detect a drone is present and you'll be able to 'Enter Camera View'.
This app primarilyprovides a live view from the onboard camera, but it also provides detailed stats such as battery life, height, GPS signal strength etc...
If the drone has a problem for whatever reason, you'll be notified via the app.
The live view from the camera is clear, with a 720p resolution, and lag is almost nonexistent. It's better than most action cameras , in fact.
The application also gives you direct access to camera settings, with the ability to change ISO, white balance, shutter speed -- pretty much anything you'd be able to do on a DSLR camera -- but this one is 6000 metres in the air.
Camera and Video
The camera on this thing is very impressive. Its 1/2.3" sensor is capable of capturing 2.7K video (at 30fps) and 12-megapixel stills.
It's also capable of 1080p at 48 fps and 720p at 60 fps. For the most serious videographer, the Advanced model is better with 1080p at 60 fps, but for most people the Standard camera will be perfect.
Previous Phantom cameras featured a ultra-wide angle fisheye lens. This created impressive shots, but they were very distorted.
The new Phantom Standard features a 20mm equivalent lens, but it gives an impressively distortion-free image.
The camera can also be used in fully manual mode, allowing you complete control of how the images turn out.
The controller is similar to the Phantom 2 controller, but smaller and more portable.
It featurestwo control sticks (throttle and tilt), two switches in the top corners and a dial to control the camera gimbal.
It connects to your smartphone via Wi-Fi, instead of the excellent Lightbridge technology used by the Advanced and Pro, but thankfully the big Wi-Fi booster is gone from the previous model - it's now internal.
The battery is a 4480 mAH LiPo, and although it looks identical, it's different to the battery used in the Phantom 2s.
However, it isthe same used by the other two Phantom 3 models - so if you're looking for another drone for multiple aerial shots, this will play nice in an ecosystem.
DJI claim the battery life lasts 'up to' 25 minutes - we've found that to be accurate in calm conditions (windy weather cause the battery to depreciate faster).
The Phantom 3 Standard may be the entry level model in the DJI range - but it's still incredibly capable.
The battery life is impressive, it's a breeze to fly and it's unbelievablyquick.
The camera is also very good, and capable of capturingstunningly detailed images.
When it comes to cost, the DJI Phantom 3 Standard is £649. That's not exactly pocket money, but if you're after a near-pro-grade airborne camera, this represents excellent value in my opinion.
It also brings it into the realms of something you could consider a big boy's toy. While the Advanced and Pro Models (which are better, obviously) are probably only of interest to would-be professional videographers and photographers. The Standard, however, is great fun to mess about with, but gives excellent results when you want to do some serious aeriel photography.
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The most accessible intelligent flying camera ever built!
Capture the world from above. compatible with the phantom 3 series, matrice series , osmo series, and more..
Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus,iPod touch 6,iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4, and iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus.
Requires Android 4.1.2 or later.
LG V20, VIVO X9, OPPO R11, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P, Huawei P9, Huawei MATE 9, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, MI 6, MI5.
*Support for additional Android devices available as testing and development continues.
A Must-Have App for DJI Users. Get official products at launch, tracking your package whenever you want. Try Virtual Flight here, practicing before flying. Manage your devices conveniently, checking your warranty and Care anytime.
Requires iOS 12.0 or above
iPhone 14 Pro Max、iPhone 14 Pro、iPhone 14、iPhone 13 Pro Max、iPhone 13 Pro、iPhone 13、iPhone 12 Pro Max、iPhone 12 Pro、iPhone 12、iPhone 11 Pro max、iPhone 11 Pro、iPhone 11、iPhone SE 2020、iPhone XS max、iPhone XS、iPhone XR、iPhone X、iPhone 8 Plus、iPhone 8.
Requires Android 7.0 or above
Samsung Galaxy S21，Samsung Galaxy S20，Samsung Galaxy S10+，Samsung Galaxy S10，Samsung Galaxy Note20，Samsung Galaxy Note10+ ，Samsung Galaxy Note9，HUAWEI Mate40 Pro，HUAWEI Mate30 Pro，HUAWEI P40 Pro，HUAWEI P30 Pro，HUAWEI P30，Honor 50 Pro，Mi 11，Mi 10，Mi MIX 4，Redmi Note 10，OPPO Find X3，OPPO Reno 4，vivo NEX 3，OnePlus 9 Pro，OnePlus 9，Pixel 6，Pixel 4，Pixel 3 XL
*Support for additional devices available as testing and development continues.
- Phantom 3 Standard - Release Notes 2017-07-10
- Phantom 3 Series Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines 1.4 2017-03-31
- Phantom 3 Car Charger User Guide 2016-06-22
- Phantom 3 Intelligent Flight Battery Heater User Manual 2016-06-17
- Phantom 3 Standard - Quick Start Guide 1.0 2016-04-19
- Phantom 3 Series Propeller Guards Installation Guide 2015-12-17
- Phantom 3 Standard - Intelligent Flight Battery Safety Guides 1.0 2015-12-01
- Phantom 3 Series Charging Hub User Manual 1.0 2015-09-01
- Phantom 3 Standard - In the Box 2015-08-05
- Phantom 3 - Intelligent Flight Battery Safety Guides 1.0 2015-09-01
- Phantom 3 Standard Charging Hub User Manual V 1.0 2015-09-01
- Phantom 3 Standard - User Manual V 1.4 2015-09-01
- Phantom 3 Standard Firmware 01.09.0200 2017-06-29
- Phantom 3 Standard Firmware Upgrade Guide 1.4 2017-04-13