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The World's First Flying 4k Camera

The World's First Flying 4k Camera opens aerial image capture to everyone. . . . DJI, a global leader in aerial photography and cinematography platforms, launched the DJI Inspire 1, the world's first flying 4K camera. Combining professional features into one ready-to-fly platform, allowing full range of motion for camera - complete with Integrated professional tools including wireless HD video transmission The Shenzhen, China, based Creative Technologies Company - a global leader in UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) - revealed their new invention offers midair transformation as well as a built-in wireless HD video transmitter, stabilisation indoors without GPS and more camera control than ever. This tool bridges DJI's consumer and professional products that are the aerial platforms of choice for professional photographers and cinematographers worldwide. In addition to incorporating a ground-breaking 4K aerial camera, the Inspire 1 camera maintains stability even in strong wind conditions via an integrated 3-axis gimbal. It integrates DJI's patented wireless HD transmitter, Lightbridge, and comes with a fully redesigned mobile app that runs across, both, iOS and Android devices, broadcasting 1080p video at a distance of 1.7km. The touch of a button, literally 'Inspires 1' takes off and will transform itself into a "V" position, allowing pilots to capture images from any angle. Similarly, the revamped "dynamic home point" function enables pilots to ensure their unit always knows where they are and can return to them safely. During flight, the platform stabilizes itself using a downward facing "Optical Flow" camera that uses a stereoscopic image of the ground to ensure it does not drift, even when flying indoors or without GPS. The DJI Inspire 1 also comes with a brand new 6-cell battery, enabling it to spend up to 18 minutes in the air. Pilots will be able to monitor each cell's strength through the app to ensure safe flight, in addition to DJI's sig - - Monday 24th November 2014

The World's First Flying and Camera
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