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Dji Inspire 2 - first pictures

Discussion in 'DJI Inspire RTF Multimedia Quad' started by Nooky, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. Nooky

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    Posted by Nooky, Apr 1, 2015 #1
    Hi together,

    this morning I found first information about the Dji INSPIRE 2: Article

    I am a bit upset because I received my Dji Inspire 1 some days ago and now there will be already a version 2?
    If I had got this information before, I would have waited for the new one..

    Has anybody of you already seen some more pictures / information?

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  2. Benjamin Kenobi

    Benjamin Kenobi Easy? You call that easy?

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    Posted by Benjamin Kenobi, Apr 1, 2015 #2
    Is it still the first of April! o_O
     
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  3. SleepyC

    SleepyC www.AirHeadMedia.com

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    Posted by SleepyC, Apr 1, 2015 #3
    Considering that DJI just applied for the Micro 4/3 licensing why would they go with an antiquated camera like the 5D? No 4K and WAY too heavy when a GH4 can shoot 4K and is 1/2 the weight. I think this is false.

    I see DJI just adding different gimbals to strap onto the Inspire 1 that will support their own Cinema DJI 4K camera with a higher bit rate and support of several micro 4/3 lenses... my 2 cents.

    The current camera is just not good enough for some applications, if the bit rate was higher and the lens better... BAM.. all sold in 1 sec.
     
  4. Fenton

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    Posted by Fenton, Jun 3, 2015 #4
  5. eskil23

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    Posted by eskil23, Jun 3, 2015 #5
    Making a drone to carry a Canon 5D makes perfekt sense to me. 1) It is requested by users/customers. 2) It has a 35mm sensor which has 4x the area of a m4/3. 3) It can film in RAW when using Magic Lantern.

    Sure, if 4K is what you need, hook up a GH4 instead. If you need dynamic range or low light performance, the 5D rocks.
     
  6. SleepyC

    SleepyC www.AirHeadMedia.com

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    Posted by SleepyC, Jun 3, 2015 #6
    It's nice, but loosing favor. There was the 5D MIII time when the studios were asking for the "Gritty 5-7D look" (compared to the reds or arris) but I think those days are numbered. Low light is nice, but a A7r looks better than the 5D in low light.. and shoots 4K...

    AHHHHH technology... such an evil woman... can't keep up!
    :D
     
  7. Fenton

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    Posted by Fenton, Jun 3, 2015 #7
    The GH4 in most aspects can cover what I need. Although it would be nice to have more control and zoom. On the flipside, I really would like to have a separate camera for the operator.
     
  8. eskil23

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    Posted by eskil23, Jun 4, 2015 #8
    The A7R is a different totally different beast. It has a 35 mm sensor just like the 5D, but with higher resolution, and no heavy mirror or pentaprism. But from what I understand it can not shoot 4K.
     
  9. Bartman

    Bartman Welcome to MultiRotorForums.com!!

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    Posted by Bartman, Jun 4, 2015 #9
    put me down as 'skeptical'
     
  10. SamaraMedia

    SamaraMedia Active Member

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    Posted by SamaraMedia, Jun 4, 2015 #10
    Nooky, there will always be a new model coming out, we will never get ahead of this tech cycle. Camera look a little small in that illustration, maybe photoshopped in? As Sleepy said, they have applied for Micro 4/3 licensing and I thought I read here a while ago they also signed an agreement with Sony, or Olympus or Panasonic (or all the above) to help develop a new camera.
     
  11. Fenton

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    Posted by Fenton, Jun 4, 2015 #11
    Yep, this I's definitely opening the market up to a new generation camera.
     
  12. Michael64

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    Posted by Michael64, Aug 19, 2015 #12
    I heard that the price will be almost double that of the Inspire 1 so you talking 6 G's
     
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