Performing a brick wall tests is a recipe for frustration. Unless you are into archive photography where uniform sharpness from edge to edge is a must in which case you would most like be shooting with a Rodenstock lens mounted on a MF camera and 100MP+ back and not Mavic 3.Unless you shoot brick walls for a living, this doesn't replicate real world photography in flight, which is what the camera optics are optimized for.
With a drone you'll be shooting with focus set to infinity most of the time. Urban landscape with buildings and greenery is usually a good subject to test the drone camera. Take a few well exposed shots( watch the histogram) at all apertures in A mode with various shutter speeds under good midday light and you can then pixel peep to your heart content. But be prepared to be "disappointed" because you will find flaws. If the flaws will hinder your creativity, send it back.