DJI has officially announced the Master Wheels (B&H Photo/Adorama) and Force Pro (B&H Photo/Adorama), these two DJI products are built to control the company’s Ronin 2 and Ronin-S gimbals, offering high precision control and hoping to simplify the shooting of complex and/or fast-moving scenes. Both Master Wheels and Force Pro are available to preorder now from DJI flagship stores and authorized pro dealers, though shipping doesn’t start until June. Master Wheels is offered in three variants: a single wheel control module for $2,500, a 2-axis model for $6,000, and a 3-axis model for $8,000. Force Pro costs $1,200.
DJI has teamed up with FLIR Systems to launch the Zenmuse XT2, its newest thermal camera for drones. The XT2 features a 12MP 4K visual camera with a 1/1.7″ CMOS sensor (up to 8x digital zoom) and two different thermal resolutions: 336 x 256 (up to 4x digital zoom) and 640 x 512 (up to 8x digital zoom). It also sports 9mm, 13mm, 19mm, and 25mm lenses, and an IP44 rating for flights in fog, rain, snow, and smoke.
According to leaked patent from China by DJI, currently DJI is working on a smart watch for DJI drones, such Phantom, Mavic, Spark and more.
Update: OsitaLV said above photo is DJI Mavic Pro, not the rumored Mavic Pro 2,
Here is the first leaked image from OsitaLV that could be the upcoming DJI Mavic Pro 2. The DJI Mavic Pro II will be officially announced in late Spring of 2018. Below are full rumored specs of DJI Mavic Pro 2, see the detail below:
Last Update: July 22nd, 2019
After DJI announced the new Mavic Air on January 23rd (a new drone between Mavic Pro and Spark, as light as an iPhone, and as fast as a car). Next drones to release from DJI will be DJI Mavic Pro 2 and DJI Phantom 5. The upcoming DJI Mavic Pro 2 will be announced in late Spring, 2018.