Today at the INTERGEO Digital 2020 event in Germany, DJI will announce two new payloads for the DJI Matrice 300 series. The drone maker releases the DJI Zenmuse P1, a 45MP full-frame camera with three interchangeable prime lenses (24/35/50mm), and the DJI Zenmuse L1, the company’s first Lidar solution for aerial surveying. The Zenmuse L1 features a 20-megapixel camera with a 1-inch CMOS sensor and a mechanical shutter on a 3-axis stabilized gimbal. See DJI’s official release below.
Today, DJI releases new Mobile SDK and UX SDK for both iOS and Android operating systems. The Mobile SDK supports the DJI Mavic Mini, and adds new features for the DJI Matrice 300 RTK, including diagnostics message for three propeller landing, a consistency upgrade, get aircraft altitude, and get ellipsoid height.
While we are waiting for DJI to release its oh-so-secret product on the 27th, let’s switch gears to the upcoming DJI Matrice 300 specs. In previous posts, we already shared quite some information on this commercial drone, but today, we have new info on specs, flight time, and pricing. Let’s jump in!
Here’s a quick update on the DJI Matrice 300 (or M300) and the Mavic 3. The M300 is obviously the successor to the DJI Matrice 200/210 drone and aimed at the commercial or enterprise drone market. This unmanned aircraft was originally planned to be launched earlier this year, but there have been some roadblocks along the way, not the least of which has been the coronavirus. So, the question is, where do we stand with the Matrice 300 and when can we expect this drone to hit the U.S. market? Let’s look at the latest information, we have been able to collect