Photographers looking for a drone that is capable of adapting to the camera it is carrying may be interested in the new DJI Pro M600 or MATRICE 600 which is DJI’s new flagship drone specifically created for professional aerial photography and industrial applications.
The DJI M600 is built using a modular design that allows users to adjust its construction depending on payload or camera attached. Check out the video below to learn more about this new flagship drone which has been added to the DJI range this week.
The DJI Pro M600 features an extended flight time and a 5 km long-range, ultra-low latency HD image transmission for accurate image composition and capture. The drone is equipped with six small DJI Intelligent Batteries making it easy to transport. The M600 can be turned on with the press of a single button and the onboard system is capable of keeping the drone in flight even in the event of a failure of a single battery.
The modular design makes the M600 easy to set up and ready to use in just minutes. Its dust proof propulsion systems simplify maintenance while actively cooled motors make for reliable operation during extended periods of time. All Zenmuse cameras and gimbals are natively compatible, and a maximum payload of 6 kg allows it to fly the Ronin-MX gimbal and a range of cameras from Micro Four Thirds systems to the RED Epic.
The M600 uses sine-wave driven, intelligent ESCs to ensure it performs accurately, safely and efficiently while A3’s self-adaptive flight systems adjust flight parameters automatically based on different payloads. The A3 can be upgraded with two additional GNSS and IMU units to A3 Pro or with D-RTK GNSS for enhanced accuracy. With triple modular redundancy and
diagnostic algorithms that compare sensor data from the three sets of units in real-time, the A3 Pro ensures that the M600 flies exactly as expected.
For more information on the new DJI M600 priced at $4,599, jump over to the official DJI website for details following the link below.
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