DJI Aerial Camera Systems Revealed at CES 2014

DJI Aerial Camera Systems Revealed at CES 2014

Product Portfolio Enables a New World of Creative Possibilities in Aerial Images

DJI, a leading developer and manufacturer in unmanned aerial systems (UAS), is showcasing its portfolio of aerial camera systems at CES 2014 for the first time. The company’s advanced aerial systems are easy to use and allow users from professional cinematographers to consumers to create beautiful aerial photos and videos.

DJI Aerial Camera Systems Revealed at CES 2014

“We are excited to be participating in CES for the first time with our comprehensive range of flying solutions that empower people of all skill-levels to take to the skies and capture images that were once out of their reach,” said Frank Wang, chief executive officer of DJI. “Building on our expertise in flight control and gimbal control and stabilization, DJI will continue to raise the bar on industry-leading features and performance for aerial photography and videography technologies to create unprecedented experiences for all users.”

Visitors to DJI’s booth (Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, booths #42006 and 42009) at CES 2014 will have the opportunity to experience a whole new world of creative possibilities offered by DJI’s flying platforms:

· Phantom 2 Vision – the world’s first consumer quadcopter with a built-in high-performance camera capable of high quality photography out of the box

· Phantom 2 – all-in-one ready-to-fly quadcopter featuring FPV (first person view) flying and aerial photography support

· S800 EVO – hex-rotor aerial platform for professional aerial photography

· S1000 – heavy lifting multi-rotor for professional cinematography and photography use

Spreading Wings S1000

Additionally, DJI also released two new firmware updates for its Phantom 2 Vision. With the firmware update, the flying camera will be able to capture and store pictures in Adobe DNG (Digital Negative) RAW format in the Vision camera. DNG RAW format retains the original image information and allows convenient post-production, offering ultimate creative control of aerial images to photographers.

The second firmware update also equips the Phantom 2 Vision with Ground Station capabilities, turning the Phantom 2 Vision into a fully automated flight system which enables waypoint editing and autonomous waypoint navigation. Users can program their flight path from a PC or an iPad with the 16 way Ground Station system, which gives them the ability to shoot with more precision.

For more information on DJI’s products, please visit: http://www.dji.com.

About DJI

DJI is a global leader in developing and manufacturing small unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for commercial and recreational use. DJI was founded and is run by people with a passion for remote-controlled helicopters and experts in flight control technology. The company is dedicated to making aerial photography and videography more reliable and easier to use for professional photographers, cinematographers and hobbyists around the world.

DJI’s global operations currently span North America, Europe and Asia, and its revolutionary products and solutions have been chosen by customers in over 50 countries; for applications in film, advertising, law enforcement, farming, and many other industries.

For more information, visit DJI online: www.dji.com.

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