Matrice 600 – Is it really a good buy?

With the flying capacity of 33.2 pounds, the stylish Matrice 600 is a fabulous hexacopter from DJI. According to drone experts, this flying machine has been purposefully designed for professional video capturing and industrial drone applications. Based on DJI’s revolutionary A3 flight control terminology, it employs the Lightbridge 2 system for producing hi-definition videos. For camera support, the M600 join hands with the Ronin-MX gimbal, and Zenmuse X Series gimbal/camera hybrids.

If you buy Matrice 600 in Vancouver, the entire package will be comprised of controller (transmitter), flight batteries, charger, flight controller, and sundries.Additional hardware needed may include a gimbal, camera, as well as any flight controller add-ons. Some assembly may be needed.

It is a smart drone and based on intelligent drive system which makes it more precise, effective and easy to control. All Zenmuse cameras and gimbals are natively companionable, and an extreme payload of 13.2 lb allows it to fly the Ronin-MX Vancouver gimbal and a variety of cameras, from Micro Four Thirds systems to the RED EPIC.

The M600 makes provisionfor the DJI GO app along with the DJI Assistant 2. User can procure a live HD view, battery status, redundancy status, transmission strength and much more, right from the DJI GO app. DJI GO is also the control panel for the camera, enabling access to shutter speed, ISO, photo or video capture on any Zenmuse X series camera and remote focus and aperture on the Zenmuse X5 and X5R cameras. The DJI Assistant 2 enables firmware updates and the new Ground Station, and comes with a built-in flight simulator.

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