DJI Osmo Action 3 camera is best-ever price as is £100 slashed off the cost

DJI Action 3
(Image credit: DJI)

We have just spotted this amazing deal on this DJI action camera. The Osmo Action 3 was launched in autumn 2022, and has recently been upgraded with the introduction of the Osmo Action 4. But with a £100 saving on its current RRP, the Standard Combo version is now available at Amazon for just £209. At £30 less than it was yesterday, this is now the cheapest this camera has ever been.

DJI Osmo Action 3 | was £309| now £209

DJI Osmo Action 3 | was £309 | now £209
This 2022-vintage action camera offers 4K shooting in vertical or horizontal formats - and benefits from a front-facing screen. With its successor now on sale, this is a great bargain price for a former flagship model.

The Action 3 is waterproof down to depths of 16m, without the need for an underwater housing, can keep working at -20°C, and can be dropped from a height of 1.5m we are told. 

The 12MP sensor can record 4K footage at up to 60fps - and for slow-motion fans, it can shoot at 240fps at 1080p. A quick-release design allows it to be switched from landscape to vertical video format at speed. For FPV action sequences and vlogging, the Action 3 offers a touch-sensitive LCD at the front as well as the rear - so you can ensure you stay in the frame.

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Sebastian Oakley
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