The Phantom may be DJI’s first imaging drone, but it was the Mavic that truly defines DJI. Mavic range straddles between consumer and commercial segment, and most significantly was, when it was first released in 2016, it was the first-ever folding drone.
The design of action cams appears to follow an unspoken standard set by the grandaddy of action camera, GoPro. Even the veteran electronics maker, Sony, does not stray far from it. However, in recent years, a handful of makers have started to think differently and the latest to bring about the change is DJI Action …
The regulations on drones can be a hassle, if not confusing, for casual users. But with the DJI Mini SE Camera Drone, you’d be saving yourself from those hassles.
DJI’s compact imaging drone, DJI Air 2, has a new follow up called DJI Air 2S. The DJI Air 2S stands out as the first drone of its size to capture 20 MP stills and video in 5.4K at 30fps with a new, one-inch sensor previously reserved for larger drones.
You will think given DJI’s experience in drone design and manufacturing, it would have gotten into FPV ages ago. Well, it finally did. Folks, meet the DJI FPV, DJI’s very first FPV drone.
Learning to fly and flying itself are both expensive. Radio Control aircraft, on the other hand, is significantly cheaper. But it does lack of the, you know, realism. After all, the “pilot” is on the ground. This is where FPV (first person view) flying can help to boost the realism.
Yes. It’s another DJI product and yes, it is another follow up to an existing product. This time, it is a handheld camera, the successor to the DJI OSMO Pocket, called DJI Pocket 2.
DJI has just followed up with the brand’s DJI Mavic Mini with a new under .55 lbs (250g) drone, called DJI Mini 2. On contrary to its name, it is a successor to the first Mini imaging drone from last year.
Finally, the super portable DJI Mavic Air introduced a little over two years ago has a follow up. Simply dubbed DJI Mavic Air 2, it is as super portable as ever, featuring an aerodynamic design with folding arms.
You don’t need to dream about a future where you make robots do your bidding. You can start with the DJI RoboMaster EP Tank Drone, or at least you will soon be able to in China. Following the DJI RoboMaster S1 launched last year, DJI has announced a second RoboMaster educational robot.