DJI - Introducing the Zenmuse X7

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The new camera from DJI boasts the world's first Super 35 digital film camera optimized for professional aerial cinematography, thanks to the new DL-mount lens. Reach new heights and capture scenes as you imagine them with the DJI Zenmuse X7.

The X7 relies on a dedicated mount system built for carrying prime lenses.

DJI has also introduced a new DJI Cinema Color System (DCCS) making the Zenmuse X7 an asset on every film set for movies, TV series, commercials, documentaries, and more. These two modes should gel well with most professional production workflow out there.

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Look out DJI Inspire 2 owners: this Zenmuse X7 Super 35mm module might be a good addition to your arsenal. This is a result of the Zenmuse X7's weighing only 631 grams, with expected flight times of up to 23 minutes. For more info about the Zenmuse X7, visit www.dji.com/zenmuse-x7. Lenses are available for $1,299 each with the exception of the 50mm lens which will cost you $1,199. A four-lens bundle increases that figure to $4,299 (£3,300); and if you don't have DJI's Inspire 2 drone, you'll need to shell out a further $2,999 (£2,300) for that. Surely you do have to wait a long for starting up with your opus of aerial magnum, as the lens along with X7 starts to ship in early of November.

Wow right? If you are a Inspire 2 owner I'm sure you are digging through your credit card balances about now to get one.

As with other cameras, this Zenmuse is designed for use with drones, enabling - in this case - professionals to shoot videos that are suitable for 4K+ displays and professional applications, including cinema footage, promotional videos, and other scenarios where high quality aerial videos are needed. Another great possibility would be to have this camera on a handheld gimbal setup. Add in the app to control the focus and you have a powerful system on the ground as well as in the sky. Let's talk in the comments section.

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