Category Archives: DJI

Just announced: 100MP Hasselblad camera and DJI M600 Pro drone combo

Even though the pictures I posted here on the blog a few months ago could have been fake, the report was not far from the truth: DJI and Hasselblad announced the world’s first 100MP “integrated aerial photography platform” that consists of DJI M600 Pro drone ($4,999), Ronin-MX gimbal ($4,594) and the Hasselblad H6D-100c camera ($32,995). Back in […]

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DJI to announce a new drone (smaller than the Mavic)

Not really directly related to photography, but a reader sent me these pictures of a new DJI drone which will have illumination and will be significantly smaller than the Mavic Pro model. Stay tuned for details.

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DJH: DJI drone with a Hasselblad camera?

A reader sent me this picture anonymously in connections with the rumors about DJI acquiring Hasselblad. Maybe DJH will be a new company for medium format drones? I do not know if the picture is real or fake, but keep in mind that Hasselblad started by developing their first HK7 aerial camera back in 1940:

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Breaking: Hasselblad acquired by DJI (rumors)

   Back in 2014 and 2015 I reported that Hasselblad was in financial trouble and a potential acquisition was a possibility. Then in November, 2015 Hasselblad and DJI formed “strategic partnership”. Luminous Landscape just reported that Hasselblad was acquired by DJI – this is not official yet and I am actually surprised that LuLa is reporting rumors […]

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Deals of the week from B&H

The latest deals from B&H:    More B&H specials can be found here.

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DJI Phantom X drone concept

DJI published a new video of their Phantom X drone concept with multi-angle shooting, AI, obstacle avoidance and free-flight object tracking. Via Nofilmschool

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Hasselblad and DJI “form strategic partnership”

   If you are following PhotoRumors, you probably remember my post from October 4th where I reported that Hasselblad will probably not see 2016 as a stand-alone company because they are out of cash. The company was desperately seeking for investors and it seems that they found them – DJI now owns 20% of Hasselblad:

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