The rumors have been around for quite a while — that DJI is coming up with a new consumer drone called Spark and that it was designed for a market segment the company has never tackled before. Recently, DJI sent out media invites for an event scheduled for May 24 in New York…
Tagged: aerial photography
DJI’s latest M200 caters to the rise in industrial drone applications — a market segment that was once filled by the Inspire 1. Capable of lifting up to 2 cameras, the M200 is DJI’s most versatile adaptable aerial imaging platform to date.
FLIR now makes thermal imaging possible for consumer drone users with the Duo — its latest offering that comes in a familiar GoPro form factor. The new FLIR Duo offers similar thermal imaging capabilities as the more expensive FLIR Vue but in a more compact form.
Shenzhen-based Tovsto may be a new brand in consumer drones having been in the market for only a year but that hasn’t stopped it from fielding an impressive lineup of drones ranging from small FPV racers to industrial drones.
In a bizarre move not long after it removed the Phantom 3 Advanced, Professional and 4K models from its online store, DJI has announced that it is terminating production of the Phantom 4 — making it the Phantom with the shortest lifespan since the range was introduced a few years ago.
Just a few days ago, DJI discontinued the sale of the Professional and Advanced versions of its Phantom 3 aerial photography drone leaving only the Phantom 3 Standard. This is disappointing news, especially for those who see the P3 Pro and Standard as excellent value for money and hope to get their hands on one.