DJI releases a new aerial camera Zenmuse P1, which supports lens replacement

Sajjad Hussain
Oct 15 · 1 min read
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Recently, the famous domestic drone manufacturer DJI has released a new full-frame sensor camera load-Zenmuse P1. Zenmuse P1 has 45 million CMOS pixels and can take pictures with a resolution of 8192*5460.

With the Jingwei M300RTK and DJI Zhitu software developed by DJI, Zenmuse P1 can greatly improve accuracy and efficiency. It can complete the acquisition of up to 10 square kilometers of orthophoto data in 140 minutes for 4 sorties. Zenmuse P1 can play a vital role in large-scale modeling operations, helping users quickly complete modeling.

More importantly, Zenmuse P1 is another aerial camera that can change lenses after Zenmuse X7. Previously, the Grand Prix has released four lenses with DL mounts, three of which support full-frame, and now they can finally exert their full strength on Zenmuse P1.

However, Zenmuse P1 is not for ordinary aerial photography enthusiasts, but for professional topographic surveying and mapping, natural resource survey, geological disaster survey, engineering survey and other fields. Currently, the price of Zenmuse P1 has not been announced for the grand prize. Judging from the configuration, it will definitely not be cheap.

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