Tomorrow morning at 9 am EDT, the world’s largest drone maker will launch a new production camera. Will it be called the Ronin 4D? Possibly.
DJI to launch new production camera. Ronin 4D?
Good Things Come in Threes. October 20th | October 27th | November 5
- On October 20 we expect to see a film recording device, likely a DJI Ronin product
- On October 27th DJI will release the DJI Action 2.
- On November 5th, DJI will release the long-awaited DJI Mavic 3 drone, the successor to the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom.
Today, we first received this photo of said new production camera from my fellow countryman, Jasper Ellens. Unlike with the DJI Mavic 3, no instruction manual was leaked pre-launch so, there is very little we know about this new DJI product. Just by looking at the photo, you can tell it is a serious piece of kit. There’s a gimbal-mounted camera, display, and a lot more. However, all we know so far is that it may be called the DJI Ronin 4D. And, that it will be launched tomorrow.
Shortly after the above photo of what might be called the new DJI Ronin 4D was leaked, we saw the following tweet in which DJI says:
Don’t forget to set your notifications for our exciting announcement.
The online-only event starts at 9 am EDT and can be watched on YouTube. While we are always excited about a new DJI product, this production camera seems to be geared toward professional film or documentary makers and less so to drone enthusiasts.
The DJI tweet shows a photo of the American cinematographer, Eric Messerschmidt who said about the DJI ronin 4D:
An entirely new way to look at a production camera.
Don't forget to set your notifications for our exciting announcement ⏰
Event Starts: October 20 | 9AM EDT
Streaming live on YouTube
This is the full #DJIPRO camera setup that will be released tomorrow. What is next @DJIGlobal?@DroneXL1 @OsitaLV @techdronemedia @geeksvana @DronefriendlyB @KANZHAJI @IshveenaSingh @DronewatchNL @DroneviewB @billykyle pic.twitter.com/zKFrbd7oJU
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