March 17, 16
Exciting announcement! DJI Inspire 1 pro-drone
I am so excited to tell you guys that I have purchased a drone! After a lot of research I decided on the DJI Inspire 1 Pro drone. The purpose for me is to use this at a professional level so the drone I bought needed to have a camera that would be capable of that. DJI is amazing. They have been on the fore front of this relatively new technology. They are constantly creating and updating and the products they have come up with are amazing!
I wanted to be able to take my architectural and landscape photography further. Drones are relatively new in the professional field and I wanted to be ahead of the curve. I am so excited to try it out once summer comes.
Here is the description from DJI’s website
ZENMUSE X5 AND X5R
The Zenmuse X5 and X5R are among the smallest Micro 4/3 cameras ever made and the only M4/3 cameras designed specifically for aerial imaging. Both can capture ultra-clear 4K video at up to 30 frames per second and capture photos at 16 megapixels in Adobe DNG RAW. The Zenmuse X5R is also the first camera of this type able to shoot 4K raw video, making it perfect for professional filmmaking. As M4/3 cameras, you have a choice of lenses and also full wireless control over focus, aperture and more.
COMPREHENSIVE APP CONTROL
The DJI go app gives you an unprecedented level of control over your camera while you fly. Use the intuitive auto focus mode to compose the perfect shot and change everything from focus to shutter speed and aperture with the tap of a finger. Through the same app you also control how your Inspire flies, from auto take-off and landing, to fine tuning of your flying experience and even a set of intelligent flight modes.
Use the Inspire 1 Pro or Inspire 1 RAW just like you would a camera, with a shutter button for stills and a record button for video built into the remote control. It also features a jog dial that allows you to change camera settings quickly, and customizable buttons for you to personalize. Plug the DJI Focus into the remote control to extend its reach as far as the Inspire 1 Pro or Inspire 1 RAW flies.
Do any of you use a drone! I’d love to hear what you’ve learnt!