DJI released the first full-frame sensor camera load-Zenmuse P1,Its CMOS pixels are up to 45 million, and it can take pictures with a maximum resolution of 8192×5460

   On the evening of October 14, DJI released the first full-frame sensor camera load-Zenmuse P1. With Jingwei M300 RTK and DJI Zhitu software, it can provide high-precision, high-efficiency, and integrated aerial survey solutions.

   Its CMOS pixels are up to 45 million, and it can take pictures with a maximum resolution of 8192×5460. It adopts a global mechanical shutter and a three-axis pan/tilt design, and supports smart swing shooting and real-time image creation.

  Official name, Zen thinking P1 With the latitude and longitude M300 RTK, large-area modeling operations can be completed with high efficiency and high precision. It only takes 4 sorties and 140 minutes to obtain 10 square kilometers of orthophoto data.

  As early as October 2017, DJI released its own interchangeable lens aerial camera Zenmuse X7, which uses an APS-C format of about 24 million pixels CMOS.

   However, DJI launched 4 DL mount lenses at the time, 3 of which support full frame. Now the performance of these lenses can finally be fully released.

   Zenmuse P1 is not positioned for ordinary aerial photography or photography enthusiasts, but for professional topographic surveying and mapping, natural resource surveys, geological disaster surveys, engineering surveys and other fields. DJI has not announced its price.

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