Become your own Time Lord with the DJI Mavic 2
The recently released DJI Mavic 2 combines the best engineering and technology to satisfy the needs of the world’s aerial videographers. It is the ultimate tool for aerial content creation with new intelligent flight modes that make capturing professional-quality results almost effortless. With just one touch of two icons in the DJI GO4 app users can create stunning shots that show the passing of time with a new Hyperlapse feature. Previously achieving such cinematic results required a lot of time editing in post-production however four modes; Free, Circle, Waypoint, and Course Lock, enable anyone to achieve their Hyperlapse vision.
Inspire your readers to control time with this short video showing them how to get the most out of the DJI Mavic 2’s Hyperlapse feature.
Visit DJI at photokina 2018
DJI will be wowing the crowds at this year’s photokina with its range of innovative drone and camera technology for commercial and recreational use from 26th-29th September in Cologne, Germany.
Highlights include, the Ronin-S, a single-handed, 3-axis stabilised gimbal that
empowers creators to shoot with the freedom of stabilised shots on the move using a DSLR camera; and DJI’s latest two additions to its iconic Mavic series: the Mavic 2 Pro, the world’s first drone with an integrated Hasselblad camera, and Mavic 2 Zoom, the world’s first foldable consumer drone with optical zoom capability.
Please feel free to visit us in Hall 2.2, Booth B039/C038 or arrange an interview at the show by contacting email@example.com
ADAC Rallye Germany 2018
The month of August brought DJI and the WRC partnership to the St Wendel region for WRC’s ADAC Rallye Germany. The course is characterised by a mind-boggling mix of asphalt roads, bumpy corkscrew vineyard tracks, daunting multi-surface military roads and fast, smooth country lanes.
As the official aerial image provider, DJI was there to capture all the action of the event and its beautiful scenery with the DJI Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro.
Find out from the air how the drivers coped with tortuous twists and turns, fast and smooth asphalt, and rough cobbles, in this latest video