Aerial Photography

Pretty much everyone who buys DJI's new Inspire 2 will use it for professional aerial photography or videography.  There is also an option to get the new DJI X4S and the DJI X5S camera with this drone. And there's no...
TDC Tester Chris So deserves some kind of award. He braved freezing temperatures – twice – to set up the ultimate low-light comparison between the Phantom 4 and the new Phantom 4 Professional, which features a 1"-type "R" CMOS sensor....
TDC tester Chris So has been a busy guy. He's been out, late in the day, in dark cold weather. He's had two DJI Phantom drones, side-by-side, with their props off, standing on a freezing bridge. Why? To compare the dynamic range and...
The Digital Circuit received a new production model of the Inspire 2 - DJI's new flagship for aerial cinematography and videography. With obstacle avoidance, a new and vastly more powerful propulsion system (plus a host of other technological advances) this...
By Brent Foster: TDC Pro Tips One of the first questions I get when clients inquire about aerials (as well as when observers see me flying a drone) is: “How high will that fly?” But we are concerned with a...
The Digital Circuit stumbled, quite by accident, upon a little gem yesterday. While browsing Facebook, we came across a post by Jay Worsley. He's a Phoenix-based filmmaker and photographer, and he had just posted a short film. "Just finished this yesterday," he...
There are so many improvements in the new DJI Inspire 2, it took us more than 1900 words to scratch the surface. (And we're still not done, of course - there's lots more to come in the coming days.) But...
Ever get one of those ear-worms, where you can't shake a song from your brain? Well, I had one of those happening every time I tried to say "Sony Exmor R CMOS" during TDC's videos. That's what my brain was...
Well, the rumors were accurate - and a new version of the iconic Inspire drone is upon us. On Tuesday, November 15, DJI showed the world its Inspire 2. While the lines leave no doubt as to its heritage, this...
Toronto’s Jason Eaton, who pretty well had the skies to his own when drones were first launched years ago, isn’t much different from his many UAVs – he’s always on the go. Travelling, teaching, learning, researching, planning, developing, racing and...

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