The DJI FPV Drone pops up again. This time in Indonesia. The DJI FPV Drone shows up in photos that were shared on Twitter from what appears to be a group of content creators working on DJI release footage for the introduction of DJI’s fpv drone.
DJI FPV Drone pops up in Indonesia
The photos were found by Franco Reñones and shared on Twitter. He said:
“BTS of the new DJI FPV Drone release? Probably. The content creators got together in Indonesia a couple of weeks ago and have finished their recording days. The project could be headed by Sam Kolder, who is sponsored by the Chinese company. Now the work is in postproduction”
In one of the photos, all four people that were supposedly working on creating footage with the DJI FPV Drone are identified. They are @ricgm, who posted the photo, and @samkolder, @tantaco, and @roberthill. From Sam Kolder, we know that he has worked with DJI in the past to create content. Apparently, these photos show the shoot with the DJI FPV Drone from some weeks ago, indicating that the launch of this new quadcopter may be happening soon.
The two photos seem to have been made shortly after each other and from a slightly different angle. In them, we see a number of DJI products, including a DJI Mavic 2, possibly a Ronin gimbal, and a DJI Osmo Action (or maybe a GoPro?), as well as the eagerly awaited DJI FPV Drone and the new controller. One of the photos even says “FPV!!!!,” seemingly to erase any doubt about what we are looking at here.
the shoot reportedly took place on the island of Nusa Penida in Indonesia. This is not the first time that DJI has picked Indonesia for their release footage to be shot. Right before the launch of the DJI Mavic Air, folks were seen flying that drone in Bali, Indonesia.
The photos don’t provide any new information on the DJI FPV Drone itself, other than offering proof that a launch cannot be far off at this point in time. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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