Thermal imaging from the air has never been as easy as it is with the DJI Zenmuse XT. By combining DJI’s expertise in gimbal technology and image transmission with the industry leading thermal imaging technology FLIR, the Zenmuse XT is the ultimate solution for rapid and reliable aerial thermal imaging. DJM Aerial Solutions are now able to offer bespoke thermal solutions from an aerial perspective.
Drones are rapidly becoming vital tools for businesses looking to more efficiently collect information crucial to their operations. As the first integrated aerial camera with an optical zoom up to 30x and digital up to 6x, the Zenmuse Z30 offers unparalleled image data capture and DJM Aerial Solutions are very proud to add this to our fleet of equipment. We are now able to capture the information required from a greater range, making image data collection significantly faster eliminating any risk of harm to both personnel and equipment.
Meet the Zenmuse X5S, a compact Micro 4/3 camera made specifically for aerial photography and cinematography. Designed to work with our DJI Matrice M210 and the Inspire 2, the X5S packs a powerful sensor that’s capable of recording 5.2K videos at up to 30fps and 4K up to 60fps with the ability to capture images at 21MP and 12.8 stops of dynamic range.
DJM Aerial Solutions have added a new level of smoothness to our Osmo whilst film making with the Z-axis. It takes out the vertical movements of natural walking to make shooting smooth video as simple as walking with your subject. A fantastic addition to our fleet.
Equipped with an uprated Micro 4/3 sensor, the Zenmuse X5S has a dynamic range of 12.8 stops with a much-improved signal to noise ratio and color sensitivity than the X5R. It supports up to eight standard M4/3 lenses (including zoom lenses) with focal lengths ranging from 9mm-45mm(equivalent to 18mm-90mm on a 35mm camera), allowing more creative flexibility. The new CineCore 2.0 image processing system on the Inspire 2makes the Zenmuse X5S capable of capturing 5.2K 30fps CinemaDNG video and Apple ProRes video as well as 4K 60fps using H.264.