Dji Zenmuse X5s – The Next in Aerial Film Capturing

You won’t believe it but the DJI’s Zenmuse X5S is the world’s first mirror free, compactly-designed camera designed particularly for aerial cinematography and image capture. Developed to work in conjunction with the DJI Inspire 1, the camera comes with an amazing sensor that can record videos in 4K quality with up to 30 fps and still images at 16MP. Loaded with a general MFT interchangeable lens and enabling full wireless remote control on focus, aperture, and other camera settings, the DJI Zenmuse X5S lets people use it the way you want. It can also be said that it is going to be the future of aerial imaging.

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When you use it to capture images, you’ll find the images crispier and ultimately more detailed that any other camera. When linked with the X3 camera with the Inspire 1, you can easily notice the difference in images of people and other life.

Included inside the Zenmuse X5 is a highly capable Micro Four Thirds sensor that’s truly strikingin any kind of aerial camera. Loaded with a sensor that is eight times the size of the earlier X3 camera embedded to the Inspire 1, this latest MFT sensor ensures superior quality, extreme sensitivity image capturing at an ISO range of 100-25600. With technology-driven balance, true-processing power, precise gradation, and less noise, you can choose to realize your creative and artistic passion like never before.

There are various buying avenues to choose from when it comes to buy Zenmuse X5S or Freefly MoVI Pro. With the evolution of e-commerce, finding and buying the most effective camera for your drone is no big deal.

 

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