Brad: “I have a very in depth article on using the Fujian 35mm f1.7 lens on the M4/3 format, the samples were shot on an Olympus EM5 mk 2, the lens has been modded to improve performance, lots of pics and info not posted elsewhere. Here is the link: https://braddlesphotoblurb.blogspot.com.au“
DJI has designed a new image processing system for the Inspire 2 meant to satisfy professional filmmakers. They call it CineCore 2.0, and it can capture 5.2K video at a whopping 4.2Gbps bitrate. To handle all that data, the Inspire 2 has added an onboard SSD. You can buy this drone with the new Zenmuse X4S or X5S camera. The latter feature a micro 4/3 sensor and supports 10 different lenses, including zooms. And the system supports video compression formats that matter to pros, like CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes. For photographers there is a DNG RAW mode that captures 30-megapixel still images. And it can stream video in broadcast-quality formats for local news crews who want live aerial video from the scene of an unfolding event.
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