For Marvel fans ( Tello Iron Man Edition ) is perfect for learning how to fly a drone while immersed in the exciting world of the Avengers. Inspired by Iron Mans classic armor, Tello Iron Man Editions shell includes the heroic Arc Reactor, motors and propeller tips dipped in gold.
A hero is someone who, in spite of weakness, doubt or not always knowing the answers, goes ahead and overcomes anyway.
As the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera DJI has ever designed, the compact and intelligent Osmo Pocket turns any moment into a cinematic memory. In just seconds, Osmo Pocket lets you share your life anywhere, anytime.
Incredibly Small, Truly Smooth Osmo Pocket uses DJI’s smallest 3-axis mechanical handheld gimbal. In real time, it precisely adjusts for your movements, turning your handheld video of a golden sunset or your child’s first steps into a movie-like scene.
A Powerful Tool for Limitless Imagination Osmo Pocket transforms all your life’s moments into wonderful images. It snaps photos in stunning detail, thanks to a 1/2.3-inch sensor, 80° FOV, and f/2.0 aperture. It can also shoot 4K/60fps video at 100 Mbps and photos at 12 MP with a pixel size of 1.55 μm for footage worth sharing every time.
A sandstone handle is non-slip and sweat-proof, offering a comfortable grip. The built-in touchscreen and buttons provide a quick, single-handed user experience, letting you choose modes and adjust settings in a few swipes and taps.
Designed with Intelligence in Mind Osmo Pocket doesn’t just let you shoot smooth, cinematic footage. With access to several intelligent functions like ActiveTrack, Motion lapse, and 3×3 Panorama, Osmo Pocket unleashes your creativity with impressive effects that are impossible with smartphones.
Mimo: My Moment Osmo Pocket is meant for anyone with a story to tell, which is why we developed DJI Mimo. This dedicated app sets your imagination free with editing tools, templates, and access to a content-sharing community that inspires your own visual storytelling.
A New Story to Tell
Story mode uses a combination of preset shooting patterns and camera motions to help you create professional-quality video whenever you want. Exclusively-designed filters and soundtracks give a unique finish to your footage. DJI Mimo is the companion to let you shoot, edit, and share amazing moments.
Advanced Options Osmo Pocketenhances the photography experience with intuitive functions and allows total customization. Pro mode lets you manually adjust camera parameters like aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. Powerful imaging capabilities also capture RAW format photos and D-Cinelike videos, retaining rich detail and allowing more room for post-processing.
Robust Editing Suite
DJI Mimo was designed for all types of users to enhance their content with a professional touch. My Story lets you set the tone of your video with templates, filters, music, and watermark stickers in a single tap.
Expand Your Creativity
A suite of accessories perfect for Osmo Pocket offers even more options for filming and photography, helping you make unforgettable footage.
A folding 4K mini drone that’s close to perfect. The DJI Mavic Air is an easy-to-fly drone that shoots great 4K video, packed into an impossibly small package. It’s the latest and in many ways greatest consumer drone from DJI, the name that’s effectively become for drones what Apple and Samsung are for smartphones. The Mavic Air effectively combines the best aspects of the company’s top-end Mavic Pro my go-to consumer camera drone recommendation since it was introduced in October 2016 with the portability of its more casual-focused, travel-friendly Spark, while adding some great new capabilities to the mix, including better obstacle avoidance and an improved 4K video camera.
Starting at $799, £769 and AU$1,299, the Air is a clear step up from the Spark, but its position against the $999 Pro is more hazy. The Mavic Pro has a couple features the Air doesn’t, but the opposite is also true. Mainly, the Pro has a slight edge on battery life and video transmission range and can record video at a “true” 4K resolution of 4,096×2,160 pixels. There’s also a Pro Platinum edition that’s quieter and flies a few minutes longer than the baseline Pro model.
The Air, on the other hand, is a much smarter drone than both the Spark and Mavic Pro thanks to new tech inside that not only makes it safer for you to fly, but keeps the drone itself out of harm’s way as well. For nonprofessionals looking for a camera drone that does more than snap selfies, but is still amazingly compact for travel, the Mavic Air is just about perfect.
The Good The DJI Mavic Air’s folding design makes it great for travel while its 4K-resolution camera and three-axis gimbal capture nice-looking photos and video. Automated shooting options and obstacle avoidance make it easy to get good results fast.
The Bad Flight time is typically between 15 to 18 minutes, so expect to buy extra batteries. Piloting by app can be frustrating, especially on smaller screens. Obstacle avoidance doesn’t cover you from the sides or top.
The Bottom Line An amazing amount of tech in a pocketable drone, the DJI Mavic Air is the best travel drone you’re going to find right now.
DJI is back with a major revision to its popular Ronin gimbal with the heavily upgraded and more expensive ( Ronin 2 ). DJI is a world crusher in drones, but the company has long felt like the “second brand” of gimbals, with FreeFly systems and its MoVi being at the top of the pecking order. While the Ronin has the biggest rental base on indie platforms like ShareGrid, MoVi has the biggest penetration into high-end production. With the Ronin 2, announced last April and shipping as of a few weeks ago, DJI is clearly pushing hard to get to the same dominant position in ground stabilization they have in the sky. The massive team of engineers, product designers, and market researchers behind this product clearly emphasizes that point.
At launch, the Ronin 2 design felt like a major revision that seriously took into account feedback from the marketplace and set out to be a gimbal that everyone would be happy with in demanding shoot situations. Combined with the launch of the Ronin 2 to fill in the gap at the entry level, the top end Ronin was free to move up to the top of the market. We got our hands on a unit to see for ourselves if the Ronin 2 would fulfill its promise.
Ronin 2 exists to let filmmakers capture the scene they see in their mind. Upgraded high torque motors allow it to support a wider range of cameras, resist hight winds and G-forces caused when mounted to a car and keep it moving smoothly in flight.
The best thing about a picture is that it never change, even when the people in it do. The whole point of taking picture is so that we don’t have to explain things with words.
We photographer have very great responsbiliy . We have in our hands to raise the film from industry to art, and therefore we have to go to our work with seriousness, we must desire something, we must dare something, and we must not jump where the guide is the lowest. If the film as an art is not to come to the standstill, we must work to create a brand of style, a brand of personality in the film. Only from that can we hope for renewal.
ZENMUSE X7 Fully compatible with the DJI Inspire 2, the Zenmuse X7 is a compact Super 35 camera with an integrated gimbal made for high-end filmmaking. DJI Zenmuse X7 is Hands Down the Best Camera for Aerial Cinematography Under $10K. The latest camera from drone market leader DJI, puts cinema-quality image making capability into the hands of aerial cinematographers and filmmakers at more indie-friendly prices than previously available. The Zenmuse X7 is a 6K, Super 35mm camera designed and optimized for drone use (specifically the Inspire 2 platform). Boasting a 6016×3200 resolution (when shooting Adobe Cinema DNG RAW), 14 stops of dynamic range, and a set of four proprietary, DL-Mount lenses (16mm, 24mm, 35mm, and 50mm), the Zenmuse X7 camera system was certainly worth investigating to see just how much quality is now within reach of indie filmmakers who, until recently, have had to sacrifice footage quality to get their aerial shots unless working with a large budget.