Since DJI bought over Hasselblad, they have integrated the best of both world into one. The m600 from DJI with the Ronin MX can now have full control over the Hasselblad H6D-100c(53.4mm by 40mm sensor) via the DJI GO 4 app.
One may think that this is nothing great or new, but to have full integration and full control is something that most fine art photographer is dreaming about.
DJI has once again set the bar higher for their competitors!
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** We will be updating the RC Tank Battle Event, Terms and Conditions on our links.
** Participants to provide their own 1/16 RC Compatible RC Tank | Tamiya Battle System Compatible
RC Tank and Battle Systems
. 1/16 Scale RC Tank (Tamiya, Heng Long etc)
. Tamiya / Compatible Battle System Ready
. 2.4Ghz Remote Controller
. FPV Mini Camera (5.8Ghz 40 channels Vtx)
. FPV Monitor / FPV Goggles (5.8Ghz 40 channels Vrx)
. Maintenance and Charging Station (You can bring your own tools and chargers, as power points will be supplied)
** You are free to use your own FPV Equipments, as long as they meet the required specifications above.
Yesterday, Canon released their first industrial drone, the PD6E2000-AW-CJ1, to compete in the UAV market. It is an All Weather search and rescue drone that can see even in extreme low light. With ISO of 4,000,000. The camera carry a 2megapixel full frame sensor and records at 1080p
This drone is estimate to have a price tag of US$20k. Not to sure if this includes the camera. The camera is said to be able to use with some of the EF lenses.
The all important question is “Is Canon 2 years too late?” DJI already have a very robust m600pro that can carry almost any camera with many failsafe features. DJI also has a full range of zoom, thermal cameras for search and rescue and industrial inspection. Will Canon end up like 3D robotics, GoPro and etc, where their UAV endeavour almost wipe out their profits from other area of business? The only unique feature is the ability to see in extreme Low light. Is this feature going to set Canon apart from the rest? Time will tell. Personally, I don’t have high hopes.