If you happen to be at the Adobe MAX conference in Las Vegas and you want to have a good look at the new DJI Zenmuse X7, then today is your last chance. DJI is one of the Gold Sponsors at the 2017 Adobe MAX and they have a booth there as well, where you can see all their latest products and test fly some of their drones. So if you are at Adobe Max 2017 in Las Vegas be sure to stop by. Adobe MAX runs from October 16 to 20.
Today is the last day!
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DJI Zenmuse X7
Last week DJI announced the new DJI Zenmuse X7 camera and gimbal with Super 35mm sensor (23.5×15.7mm), increasing the single-pixel size to 9.31 micrometers, it captures RAW video at a maximum of 6K @ 30fps or 3.9K/59.94 and photos at 24 megapixels. Furthermore, the larger sensor allows for 14 stops of dynamic range and the camera is compatible with 4 interchangeable DL-Mount lenses (16mm, 24mm, 35mm, and 50mm all at f/2.8 aperture). The 16mm lens comes with a built-in ND filter for wide-open shooting in daylight. The 24, 35, 50mm lenses all come with leaf shutters (available in single shot mode) that support shutter speeds up to 1/1000s and are meant to eliminate rolling shutter effects and banding when shooting in artificial light. A professionally specced camera that can be mounted on a drone. Something to drool over and quite a step up from its predecessor, the Zenmuse X5s. The Zenmuse X7 weighs in at just 449 grams, flight-time for the Inspire 2 with the X7 is up to 23 minutes.
Photo: Michael Steeber