Drone flying typically involves the pilot looking at a screen which streams the drone’s POV through its built-in camera. This is how it’s usually done and for the most part, it works. However, if you’re hoping to have a brand new experience and see through the eyes of the drone, DJI has you covered.
Ever wonder what it might be like to fly a drone in a first-person perspective? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that DJI could have such a drone in the works. This is according to an unboxing video by Dominion Drones who seems to have published the video a bit too early.
Flying a drone does take some skill, and we’re sure that many drone pilots at the start probably encountered a mishap or two. That being said, sometimes those accidents can be recovered from, but other times, you might have an incident where for whatever reason, your drone is lost during the flying process.
If you were hoping to get your hands on a new DJI drone in the future, that might be tricky because the US government has since placed DJI on its Entity List, the same list that Huawei is currently on. This spells trouble for the drone maker as they might have some issues finding parts for its products.
Consumer drones for the most part aren’t very big, which is a good thing in terms of portability. However, they are still big enough where it isn’t as simple as you packing them into a backpack and calling it a day, but if you are after something that small and portable, you might be interested to learn that DJI has since unveiled the DJI Mini 2.
It appears that DJI has been on a roll these past couple of months with regards to gimbals. The company first launched a new Osmo Mobile 4 gimbal back in August, and then earlier this month, they launched their new Ronin gimbals designed for larger cameras. Now they’re back with their latest gimbal, the DJI Pocket 2.
Back in August, DJI took the wraps off its smartphone gimbal in the form of the DJI Osmo Mobile 4. However, if you’d prefer using a dedicated camera to shoot your photos or videos and are still in the market for a gimbal, you’ll be pleased to learn that DJI has since announced a couple of new Ronin gimbals in the form of the RS 2 and the RSC 2.
Last week, the folks at DJI took the wraps off their latest gimbal designed for smartphones in the form of the DJI Osmo Mobile 4. But what about users who are looking for a gimbal for their digital cameras? We know that DJI makes gimbals for those devices as well, and the good news is that those gimbals could be arriving next month.
Earlier, a leaked video hinted that DJI could have a new smartphone gimbal in the works. It turns out that the official announcement was not too far behind because DJI has since taken the wraps off their latest gimbal in the form of the Osmo Mobile 4 which is the successor to the Osmo Mobile 3 that launched last year.
DJI has put out several smartphone gimbals. However, attaching your smartphone to these gimbals has always been rather tricky as it involves clamping your phone to the gimbal. This usually results in users having to choose to either leave their smartphones in their gimbals the entire time, or having to rush to place it back whenever they need to take a shot.
In the past, we have seen how companies like Apple have faced patent infringement lawsuits where the request is usually for the company to stop selling their devices and to prevent them from being imported into the country. It looks like DJI is now facing a similar situation of their own.
DJI is well-known in the drone community for its series of drones that they have been releasing over the years. It looks like the company is back with its latest drone in the form of the DJI Mavic Air 2, which comes with some pretty high-end features like the ability to shoot and record video in 8K resolution.
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.
Back in the day, learning coding was a very niche topic to study and there were many who believe that it wasn’t a particularly important topic to learn, unless that was the field that you wanted to get into. These days, it’s a very different story as many companies and institutions are starting to emphasize the importance of coding.
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.