DJI is a company known primarily for their drones with mounted cameras, but it seems that DJI could be considering grounding themselves next. In a recently-discovered patent, it seems that DJI could be looking to launch a ground-based product next in the form of a remote controlled car.
Drones come in all shapes and sizes, with some being bigger than others, while some being smaller. If you’re looking for a drone that you can easily bring with you outside, then you might be interested to learn that DJI has since announced their latest drone offering in the form of the DJI Mavic Mini.
It was just last month that DJI unveiled the Ronin SC, a gimbal designed for mirrorless cameras. However, if you’re interested in a gimbal designed for your smartphone, then you might be pleased to learn that DJI has since taken the wraps off their latest mobile gimbal in the form of the DJI Osmo Mobile 3.
The other day, DJI announced their new gimbal in the form of the DJI Ronin-SC. The camera came with partial support for Fujifilm cameras, a huge plus given that Fujifilm’s cameras can sometimes get overlooked by accessory makers. However, what about the Ronin-S, the predecessor of the Ronin-SC?
DJI has launched a new gimbal for mirrorless cameras. The Ronin SC is much easier to carry since it’s 41 percent lighter than its predecessor, the Ronin S. It’s a single-handed 3 axis gimbal that weighs only 2.4 pounds so it will be much easier to carry it around with your for shoots and stuff.
DJI has created a couple of gimbals in the past, although they were mostly for mobile phones, such as the DJI Osmo, the Osmo Mobile, and the Osmo Mobile 2. However, if you want a gimbal designed for your mirrorless camera, then you might be interested to learn that DJI could have something new in the works.
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Drones are immensely useful tools for all kinds of things, whether it be for photography, videography, or search and rescue. However, much like most tools, they can be useful or downright hindrances depending on their users. As we have seen in the past, drones have the potential to disrupt flights by flying too close to airports which raises concerns about drones possibly crashing into the engines of planes.
The other day it was rumored that DJI could be working on a GoPro competitor in the form of their own action camera. Now thanks to leaked images obtained by Photo Rumors, it seems that we now have an idea of what we might be able to expect in terms of the camera’s design. They have also managed to get their hands on the alleged specifications of the camera.
DJI is a company that many might be familiar with as a company that specializes in making drones. GoPro, on the other hand, might be more known as a company that specializes in action cameras. However, we have seen in the past that GoPro has attempted to develop its own drones, and now DJI could be looking to do the same with action cameras as well.
DJI’s iconic Phantom lineup of drones is not going anywhere, the company has confirmed. The confirmation comes amid rumors that DJI has been thinking about discontinuing the Phantom line. One can imagine why people would think that given that the Phantom 4 has basically vanished while the Phantom 5 is believed to have been shelved.
DJI released its handheld vlogging camera Osmo Pocket in December and it has finally made an accessory available that many users had been waiting for. It has released the 3.5mm microphone adapter for the Osmo Pocket. The adapter plugs into the camera’s USB Type-C port and can work with microphones.
DJI’s drones have come with geofencing technology since 2013 but amid recent reports of drones causing disruptions at airports, the company has now decided to further improve the geofencing of its drones. Drones pose serious risks to airplanes and have caused numerous flight delays over the past few years as airports often have to shut down operations until they’re sure that no drones are in the flight path.
DJI, the largest manufacturer of consumer drones, has revealed that it has to take a hit of $150 million due to employee fraud. Some employees were inflating the cost of parts for their personal gain and these incidents of suspected corruption have resulted in a financial hit of around $150 million in 2018.