Thursday, 15 December 2016

The optical zoom finally comes to the drones thanks to the new camera created by DJI


The optical zoom finally comes to the drones thanks to the new camera created by DJI

DJI goes ahead in its mission to promote the use of drones and abilities, so it is considered the number one manufacturer of drones in the world, his work on these aircraft going beyond having a flying device, as it also engaged in manufacture cameras that offer quality and power in the air.

A few days ago we knew the result of the first collaboration between Hasselblad and DJI as a powerful camera up to 80 megapixels, but now DJI goes ahead in its task of improving aerial photography announcing its first optical zoom camera designed for drones .

Zenmuse Z3 Zoom increases up to 7
The new camera Zenmuse Z3 DJI integrates a 12 megapixel Sony sensor ready to capture RAW and 4K video at 30 fps; has a weight of 262 grams and is compatible with current drones Inspire 1, 100 and Matrice Matrice 600 .

The optical zoom finally comes to the drones thanks to the new camera created by DJI

The real novelty in this Zenmuse Z3 is its ability to achieve up to 7x zoom, this through a combination of an optical zoom 3.5x and 2x digital one, with a maximum aperture of F2.8 is 22 mm and F5 2-77 mm.

Lightbridge has Lightbridge 2 technology and thus will have a transmission of HD at a maximum distance of 5 kilometers video; Drone your battery depend on where it is placed as for example in a 1 Inspire will have a range of 19 minutes in a M100 up to 30 minutes thanks to the dual battery system and 39 minutes in a M600.

The camera Zenmuse Z3 will be released next July 28 and will have a price of $ 899, which is focusing on a professional market in situations search and rescue, as well as inspections distance without having to bring the drone.

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