The DJI FPV is designed for ease of use by beginners, and precise control for skilled pilots. It relays instant HD images to its goggles while shooting smooth 4K/60fps video. It’s flown using a standard dual-stick controller or an optional one-handed motion controller. It also has brake-and-hover and return-to-home functions.
Camera rig and drone maker DJI sent photography expert Peter McKinnon one of their RS2 stabilizing rigs along with the simple instruction “Blow our minds.” Naturally, Peter obliged and put together this fantastic reel of talented dancers and athletes showing off while the camera smoothly tracked their movements.
The Mavic Air 2 is just a little bigger and heavier than its predecessor, but it now supports 4K 60 video, 48 megapixel stills, and 8K hyperlapses. It flies for up to 34 minutes, and its remote runs for 240 minutes. It’s also got the latest obstacle avoidance and tracking tech, and can transmit 1080p video up to 10 km (~6.2 mi).
Drone photography expert DJI takes on GoPro with a powerful standalone action cam. The Osmo Action captures 4K HDR video, offers built-in stabilization, is waterproof to 11m, shoots 8x slow motion, and has screens on both rear and front for shooting selfies. Plus, it’s compatible with GoPro mounts.
Ryze Robotics‘ bargain-priced compact flying machine uses tech from the drone experts at DJI. It’s super easy to fly with its toss-and-fly launches, and first-person view smartphone control. It can transmit and capture 720p video, shoots 5MP stills, and runs for up to 13 minutes per flight.
DJI’s Osmo Pocket is a tiny smart camera with a 3-axis gimbal, providing incredible stabilization and a variety of capture modes. It can shoot at up to 4K 60fps and has face and object tracking. Use it with its app to access other shooting modes such as panorama, and to use your phone as a viewfinder.
Drone manufacturer DJI applies their R/C vehicle expertise to an educational, but fun robotic plaything. The RoboMaster S1 has 46 programmable components, a stabilized HD POV camera with object recognition, mecanum wheels that can drive sideways, and even a blaster on board.
Hit The Awesomer Shop now for a chance to win this impressive new aerial filmmaking tool from DJI, capable of tracking objects, avoiding obstacles, and shooting buttery-smooth 4K video at up to 30fps, and 1080p up to 120fps. Valued at nearly $1,400. (Contest Ends 5/6/16)