The smallest drone in DJI's lineup is getting a suite of upgrades with the just-launched Mini 3 Pro. The Mini 3 Pro has new obstacle-avoidance sensors, a larger image sensor and aperture, and still weighs less than 250 grams — meaning you don't have to register the drone with the FAA. The larger image sensor can shoot 4K60 or HDR at up to 4K30, with 48MP still shots and better low light performance thanks to the larger f1/1.7 aperture. New obstacle avoidance sensors make autonomous modes like Spotlight 2.0 — keeping the subject in frame while you fly — and Point of Interest 3.0 — an orbiting mode at a set radius and speed — possible. The standard battery gives the Mini 3 Pro 34 minutes of flight time, while the larger, optional battery is good for 47 minutes, but breaks the 250g mark for FAA registration. The standard remote uses a smartphone as the display, while the new DJI RC controller offers a built-in display but adds an extra $340 to the total price.