Yesterday, DJI released new Ronin-S firmware. The new firmware update (v184.108.40.206) brings you a number of new features. For instance: various focus speed settings for Nikon, Canon and Panasonic cameras, photo capture, video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Canon EOS 6D Mark II, Canon EOS R and Nikon Z6 cameras with supported lenses. Similar features for Sony A7M3 and A7R3 cameras and more. Unfortunately, I don’t have a Ronin-S to check out these new features but this seems like a pretty big firmware update to me. Let us know what your findings are after updating your Ronin-S in the comments below.
Firmware update Stories March 15
Firmware update Stories February 28
DJI just released a new DJI Mavic Air firmware update. It is version v01.00.0560. The update focusses on optimizing the battery level algorithm. Unfortunately, DJI did not use this opportunity to provide any other new features such as hyperlapse for the DJI Mavic Air for instance. You can find the details for the firmware update below.
Firmware update Stories February 26
Firmware update Stories February 20
Less than a month after the previous update, DJI releases another firmware update for the DJI Phantom 4 RTK. The last update was quite a significant one and we had asked our drone mapping expert to weigh in. This latest update seems to emphasize DJI’s continued focus on the commercial and enterprise drone market with a number of improvements and enhancements for the DJI Phantom 4 RTK. The drone we believe will be a game changer for the mapping industry.
Firmware update Stories February 19
DJI just released a new firmware update for their DJI Osmo+. It is version v220.127.116.11. So, if you still have an Osmo+ laying around and are planning on using it, well you may want to update the firmware to DJI’s latest version. The main (and only) part of the update is the optimized compatibility with the HB01-522365 battery model for use in low-temperature environments. Do you use the Osmo+ for work or pleasure? Let us know your experience in the comments below.
Firmware update Stories January 30
DJI has been busy this week with all their firmware updates. Today the Chinese drone manufacturer released their latest firmware update for the popular DJI Osmo Pocket. The previous firmware update was only three weeks ago and improved sound quality, ActiveTrack, focus and white balance. This latest update promises to improve face detection, reduce focus pulsing, increase autofocus speed, add pro settings to the Osmo Pocket without the use of the DJI Mimo app, added Cine-Like color more to video mode and added an option to switch between AFC and AFS when using the Osmo Pocket without the Mimo app.