Package to Ship in the Third Quarter; Price to Be Announced
Fans of aerial photography perked up last year when DJI announced that it had picked up a minority stake in Swedish medium-format camera and lens manufacturer Hasselblad, and they took notice of reports earlier this year that DJI had become Hasselblad’s majority owner. What better way to push the envelope in aerial imaging than to merge a high-quality camera maker with one of the world’s most prolific drone vendors?
The first concrete example of how DJI is integrating Hasselblad technology came at NAB, where DJI demonstrated a new drone platform capable of capturing 100-megapixel still photographs. It combines DJI’s beefy M600 Pro six-rotor drone, its Ronin-MX gimbal, and Hasselblad’s H6D-100c camera. DJI said the platform could be