DJI announces Zenmuse X7 Super 35 aerial camera


DJI has reported another Super 35 camera framework intended to work with its Inspire 2 ramble. Called the Zenmuse X7, it is intended to take ramble cinematography to the following level.

The Zenmuse 7 includes another Super 35mm sensor that highlights 14 stop of dynamic range. The camera is equipped for recording 6K CinemaDNG RAW or 5.2K Apple ProRes at 30fps or 3.9K CinemaDNG RAW or 2.7K Apple ProRes at 59.94fps.

DJI has worked with Technicolor to enhance its shading science for the Zenmuse 7. The camera now includes another D-Log profile called DJI Cinema Color System or DCCS. This gives the camera a chance to catch a more extensive dynamic range, making it reasonable for testing lighting conditions and also current innovations, for example, HDR video. There is additionally another D-Gamut RGB shading space that the camera records in for a more extensive shading range.

The Zenmuse X7 has another DJI DL-Mount with a to a great degree short spine remove. To work with this framework, DJI has additionally propelled four new prime focal points in 16mm, 24mm, 35mm and 50mm central lengths. Each of these focal points has f2.8 gap and the 16mm has a worked in ND channel while the others highlight a mechanical shade.

The Zenmuse X7 will be accessible toward the beginning of November for $2,699, with the 16mm, 24mm, and 35mm focal points being estimated at $1,299 each and the 50mm going for $1,199. Clients can likewise buy each of the four focal points together for $4,299.