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DJI's new OM5 sees your handheld gimbal, raises it a selfie stick

DJI's new OM5 sees your handheld gimbal, raises it a selfie stick

Smartphone gimbals were once a tool for just smoothing out video, but they have since grown into the perfect tools for capturing distinctive angles, creating unique photos, and simply having a more comfortable grip. DJI has consistently put out some of the best gimbals on the market with both the Ronin line for dedicated cameras, and the Osmo Mobile (OM) line for smartphones. With today's launch of the OM5, DJI is further evolving its stabilizer technology to enable even more creative control.

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DJI's new ultraportable drone is a sleeper camera powerhouse

DJI's new ultraportable drone is a sleeper camera powerhouse

If you've been thinking about getting a drone for those beautiful aerial photos and videos, DJI just gave you a new option to consider. As a follow-up to last year's Mavic Air 2, DJI is now launching the Air 2S — sans Mavic branding. The name and body might look nearly identical, but this isn't just a small revision; DJI is packing its latest model with a big new camera sensor and some other powerful new features.

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DJI announces its first hybrid FPV drone and a brand new motion controller

DJI announces its first hybrid FPV drone and a brand new motion controller

Two years ago, DJI released the FPV System, a partial DIY kit including a camera and transmitter to install on a racing drone, plus controller and goggles for the pilot. While there are other options, DJI's provided the best signal and range for a digital system — yes, analog fans, you still have better latency. But now the world's biggest consumer drone company is jumping in with both feet and releasing its first fully in-house FPV drone, designed with plenty of features aimed at both beginners and advanced pilots.

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FAA establishes new drone flying permissions and finalizes Remote ID

FAA establishes new drone flying permissions and finalizes Remote ID

Yesterday, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) handed down its final regulations for unmanned aerial vehicles, a.k.a. drones. The new rules are hailed as an improvement to safety, security, and accountability for and by recreational and small business pilots; but they're also paving the way for widespread corporate use for things like package delivery, data collection, and other industrial uses.

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DJI banned from importing US goods as Trump administration exits

DJI banned from importing US goods as Trump administration exits

More Chinese tech manufacturers are under the gun from President Trump's Commerce Department. Semiconductors firm Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation and DJI, known best for its drones, have been added to the Entity List which prohibits them from U.S. imports. But while the White House rattles SMIC's closely-knit integrations to the military, the case for DJI is less clear.

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DJI announces the Mini 2 with up to [email protected] recording and better transmission range

DJI announces the Mini 2 with up to 4K@30fps recording and better transmission range

If you've been keeping an eye on drone news lately, it's hard to miss the extensive leaks that revealed the new Mini 2. It's an upgrade to the original Mavic Mini — sans the Mavic name — released almost exactly one year ago. The model immediately gained popularity for coming in just under the weight limit requiring registration with the FAA, TCCA, and some other airspace authorities. DJI has now made it official and is opening up orders.

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DJI's lightweight Mini 2 drone with 4K video tipped to land on November 4

DJI's lightweight Mini 2 drone with 4K video tipped to land on November 4

DJI is set to upgrade the Mavic Mini, its smallest drone to date, with 4K video capture, improved transmission range, and a maximum flight time of 31 minutes. What we didn't expect for it to do was get rid of the "Mavic" name, but it's what we're hearing about the all-new Mini 2.

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