DJI Zenmuse H20N Night Vision Camera

Research institutions and robotic companies around the world have created many inventive drones that could be used for search and rescue operations. There was the bipedal flying drone, a robotic “snake” that flies, a drone that flies and crawls like a bat – just to name a few. But all those are still far from …

Newly Announced DJI Matrice 30 Enterprise Drone Has Its Own “Airport”

Remember Airobotics with its industry-disrupting automated industrial drone system? Well, DJI now has a similar system too. Aptly called DJI Dock, it works with the new Matrice 30 Enterprise Drone and the new DJI FlightHub 2, DJI Enterprise’s fleet management software, to open for new possibilities in fields that require 24/7 monitoring, including infrastructure inspection, …

DJI Mavic 3 Imaging Drone Revealed With Not One, Not Two, But Three Versions

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.

DJI Action 2: Action Camera Goes Modular, Magnetic, And Wearable

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 …

New DJI Air, DJI Air 2S, Imaging Drone Records 20 MP Stills And Does 5.4K Videoing

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.

Head Tracked FPV RC Jet Pilot Lets RC Pilot Look Around When Flying, Just Like When Flying An Actual Aircraft

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.