DJI’s new interchangeable-lens worker camera takes aim during filmmakers


DJI usually introduced a new camera designed to work with drones, and in sold a Inspire 2 flyer. The camera is a “world first” in that it’s a super 35 digital film camera tailored for aerial cinematography — in other words, if you’re a filmmaker, documentarian or veteran cinematographer, we are substantially going to wish one of these.

The Zenmuse X7 camera has a large, Super 35 format digital sensor, and supports transmutable lenses for a operation of intensity focal lengths. It shoots adult to 6K in CinemaDNG RAW format, or can constraint in 5.2K Apple ProRes during support rates of adult to 30 FPS. It also can constraint 3.9K Cinema DNG RAW or 2.7K ProRes during 59.94 FPS, that should accommodate a needs of many post-production work from Hollywood on down (or adult we guess, depending on your perspective).

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The new DJI camera uses DJI’s DL-Mount system, and works with primary lenses with bound focal lengths of 16mm, 24mm, 35mm and 50mm, any with a max orifice of F/2.8, and all with CO fiber bodies to optimize light weighting. The 16mm lens has a built-in ND filter that can yield adult to 4 additional stops of light control. All together, a array weighs usually 631 grams with a 16mm lens attached.

High-quality cinema video doesn’t come cheap, of march — though during $2,699 US for a camera, it’s not a bank-breaker for prolongation professionals either. The 16mm, 24mm and 35mm lenses weight in during $1,299 each, and a 50mm will cost $1,199. There’s also a combo including a camera physique (with a integrated gimbal) and all a lenses for $4,299, with sell accessibility commencement in Nov for all of a above.


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