DJI simply presented a new camera designed to paintings with drones, and particularly its Inspire 2 flyer. The camera is a “world first” in that its a great 35 virtual film camera adapted for aerial cinematography – in different phrases, in case you’re a filmmaker, documentarian or skilled cinematographer, you might be most likely going to wish such a.
The Zenmuse X7 camera has a big, Super 35 structure virtual sensor, and helps interchangeable lenses for a spread of possible focal lengths. It shoots as much as 6K in CinemaDNG RAW structure, or can seize in five.2k Apple ProRes at body charges of as much as 30 FPS. It too can seize three.9K Cinema DNG RAW or 2.7K ProRes at 59.94 FPS, which must meet the wishes of maximum post-production paintings from Hollywood on down (or up I assume, relying to your point of view).
The new DJI camera makes use of DJI’s DL-Mount device, and works with high lenses with fastened focal lengths of 16mm, 24mm, 35mm and 50mm, every with a max aperture of F/2.eight, and all with carbon fibre our bodies to optimize mild weighting. The 16mm lens has a in-built ND filter out that may give as much as four further stops of sunshine keep an eye on. All in combination, the array weighs simplest 631 grams with the 16mm lens hooked up.
High high quality cinema video doesn’t come reasonable, after all – however at $2,699 US for the camera, it’s now not a financial institution breaker for manufacturing execs both. The 16mm, 24mm and 35mm lenses weight in at $1,299 every, and the 50mm will price $1,199. There’s additionally a combo together with the camera frame (with its built-in gimbal) and the entire lenses for $four,299, with retail availability starting in November for the entire above.