America’s most promising drone startup 3D Robotics just announced today that they are partnered with DJI. This means DJI Drones can now run 3DR’s site scan capture software. According to 3DR, the first DJI drone can run will be Phantom 4 series, and more DJI drones will be supported.
The SlingStudio is a portable, wireless, multi-camera production tool. It combines the functions of a switcher, recorder, and monitor with the ability to live-stream content to YouTube and Facebook Live. Sling now announced that SlingStudio is now be compatible with DJI drones, including models from the Phantom, Inspire and Matrice series.
DJI has released a new update for DJI GO 4, the new version is 4.1.4. You can take a look at detail of new DJI GO 4 Version 4.1.4:
The DJI Spark (DJI/Amazon/B&H Photo/Adorama) has already released for several weeks, there are already a lot of reviews for DJI Spark online. Popular Science has also complete the full review of DJI Spark online. Popsci said that DJI Spark is a great entry-level drone from DJI, a great drone for beginners. The US price for DJI Spark body is $499, or $699 for fly more combo.
DJI today officially announced that they just join the Association of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems UK (ARPAS-UK). Perran Bonner, Chairman of ARPAS said that with DJI as an active member, we will be able to help fulfil the needs of all our members and the markets in which they work.