DJI is apparently working on a mirrorless camera similar to Hasselblad's X1D-50c, according to the website. DroneDJ. The device comes to compete with the Nikon, Sony and Cannon cameras that dominate this market. The registration request was made on the same day that the company's FPV system regulatory documents were published.
Over the years DJI has proven to be a company with high expansion potential. In a short time, she launched several products out of her comfort zone and for what she is best known, drones.
We have seen these investments in film stabilizers like the DJI Osmo Pocket and also the DJI Osmo Action camera. Now we are one step closer to seeing a mirrorless camera from the company.
The details of this camera were revealed by a Twitter user, OsitaLV, who took a photo of the page with some of the specs and mentions that she should come to fight the Sony A7 series model.
In the design part the camera resembles the Hasselblad X1D-50c model, which is no surprise, as it was purchased by DJI in 2017 and we have already seen the company's technologies appearing in the drones.
From the render images it is possible to notice a few differences in relation to the Hasselblad model. One of them is a small button at the top of the display, which is multi-functional. Other than that, I can't be precise on camera measurements, just waiting to see.
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An important detail is that it will be interesting to check the price of the final product, Hasselblad cameras have incredible performance and are of a very well regarded brand, with very high quality products. The biggest however is the price range, which is very high and can often scare. If the DJI camera hits the market for the approximate price of Hasselblad's X1D, it could cost up to $ 17,000.
But as it may come to compete with the Sony A7, we can expect a camera in the price range of $ 15,000. In this way, Hasselblad could stand as a reference for products of exceptional quality and DJI bringing more variety and segment cameras below.
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