The bigger sensor (MFT) will give you better photos and video in low light. The shadows will be lighter (less black contrast). In normal light it depends on many other factors. The Air 2s with its 1" sensor and Evo 2P are both really good. Some even prefer the sharp detail of the E2P over the M3. I personally think that's a bit of bias but I'm not an expert.
Then there's the LOG type film or using luts and post processing tricks. The next level for Prosumer class drones in the ProRes which I personally think is way overkill for the prosumer class but again; I'm not an expert.
Hi. I also own a DJI Phantom 4 Pro and am also thinking about buying a 3 Mavic. I have an acquaintance videographer who works in the show business and often works with drones, so he recommended taking a Mavic while filming the video. So for myself, I decided to take the Mavic, it certainly won't be worse. And if you have a business card when you buy DJI equipment, there is also a good discount. A business card can be made in any free one business card maker.