In addition to Mavic Pro and Inspire 2, the DJI took a whole line of products to the CES 2017 which includes accessories, a limited edition drone and flight control software. The company highlighted the following items:
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Osmo Mobile Silver
Osmo Mobile is an automated grip with image stabilization support designed to dock your smartphone and help make more stable footage with higher quality. What's new at CES is the silver-colored accessory, to offer one more option besides the classic black, making it possible to combine with more models of smartphones of different colors.
The promised range is up to 4.5 hours and supported devices should be between 58.6 mm and 84.8 mm (2.3 – 3.3 inches) wide. It is now available for purchase for the suggested $ 300 value.
Zenmuse is the top of Osmo Mobile, where the smartphone is docked. DJI offers the frame as a standalone accessory for a more affordable price of $ 169.
Phantom 4 Limited Edition Chinese New Year
It's Phantom 4, one of DJI's most iconic drones, but with festive colors in honor and celebration of the Chinese New Year. It has all the features of traditional Phantom 4, such as 4K video recording, three-axis stabilization and flight autonomy of up to 28 minutes.
Being a limited edition, probably not many units will be sold, but who wants to rush to buy will have to be prepared for an investment. It is selling for $ 1,200.
Ground station pro
GS Pro is an iPad app with professional footage in mind. Through the software it is possible to program DJI compatible drones for standalone flights and filming. You can program routes for the drones, set up to 99 different waypoints, and up to 15 consecutive preprogrammed actions for the drone to perform.
The app also allows the creation of a virtual "fence" by defining an area where the drone will never leave. GS Pro is now available for free download.
A display that is also geared toward professional people or who takes their drone footage more seriously. Crystal Sky is designed to help in the most complicated environments, especially on bright days. To ensure the user can see the screen even in very bright environments, Crystal Sky has a maximum brightness of 2,000 cd / m², 4 times the average of most smartphones.
In addition, the display is resistant to harsh weather conditions, promising to operate in environments up to 40 ° C or below -20 ° C. It has no suggested value or release date yet, but already has an official hotsite.
(tagsToTranslate) CES 2017 (t) CrystalSky (t) DJI (t) Drone (t) Ground Station Pro (t) Osmo Mobile (t) Phantom 4 (t) Zenmuse M1