DJI's Inspire Pro 1 combines a ready-to-fly quad-prop aerial camera platform with the purpose-made, 3-way gimbal stabilised ZenMuse X5 4K camera and 15mm 4/3 lens. Devised and built expressly to capture pro-quality airborne footage, the Pro 1 is supplied with a dedicated controller and the DJI GO app for Android and Apple – enabling live HD camera monitoring and in-air tweaking of settings, so you don't need to touch down to tune in. Recommended for ages 18+. Pilots must adhere to the CAA Flight Regulations.
- Ready-to-fly aerial system
- Included professional 4K camera and 3-axis stabilisation gimbal (ZenMuse X5)
- Live, wireless HD video transmission via DJI Lightbridge
- Dedicated remote with flight and camera controls
- Powerful app to adjust camera settings, edit videos, and more
- Vision Positioning system for GPS-free or indoor flight
- Perfect for high-level shoots and professional sets
Advanced, Ready-to-Fly Design
Imagine holding the future in your hands. Designed to be powerful while lightweight, flexible while providing the stability you need, the Inspire 1 is DJI’s most advanced complete package. All of the latest aerial technology is packed into one simple, ready-to-fly system, putting you in the sky within minutes.
Powerful Propulsion System
The Inspire 1’s propulsion system is unique among all flight platforms. We re-engineered and re-built the system to handle the demands of advanced flight, while increasing efficiency and reliability.
Aerodynamic Transforming Design
Carbon fibre arms give you the strength to manoeuvre in the air and they transform, moving out of the camera’s way at the flick of a switch. With a full 360° unobstructed view, you now have the freedom to capture shots independent of the direction you are flying. Every part, every component of the Inspire 1 was engineered to be durable and lightweight. The body’s aerodynamic design cuts through the sky and further enhances your control over the aircraft. This ensures long flight times and a long operational life.
Modular, upgradeable system
Inspire 1’s gimbal and camera system can be removed from the aircraft for safe transport and future upgrades.
X5 Camera and Gimbal System
Get crystal clear images with DJI’s most advanced camera to date. The gimbal holding your camera is the result of DJI’s years of expertise in camera stabilisation, giving you smooth, stable footage in any flight conditions.
Live HD View
A beautiful, 720p HD view shows you exactly what your camera sees at all times. Frame your shots and fly as though you're in the sky yourself. This is made possible by an all new and improved version of DJI's Lightbridge technology which can transmit video from up to 2km away.
For an even greater level of precision, use a second remote controller and fly with a friend. With two operators controlling the same Inspire 1, one person pilots the flight path while the other aims the gimbal and camera. Each user can have their own screen to see exactly what is being shot in real-time. By working in tandem, you’re capturing shots that are more complex and artistic than ever before.
Fly Indoors and Without GPS using Vision Positioning System
Indoor flight has always been a true test of skill for all levels of pilots. DJI’s new Vision Positioning technology uses a specially designed camera as well as sonic waves to bring simplicity to flying indoors. This technology allows the Inspire to hold its position, stop when the controls are released, and respond to your commands even when GPS is unavailable.
Intelligent Power Management System
A fully integrated intelligent battery powers your Inspire 1 and virtually manages itself. When in flight, your remaining battery power is shown live, letting you know how long you can continue to fly. Advanced algorithms calculate the distance of your aircraft and estimated time to return home, letting you know when it’s time to fly back. The battery reports the voltage of each cell, the total lifetime charges and discharges, and the overall health and battery status. All this helps you keep your Inspire 1 in the air and flying for years to come.
Take absolute control of your Inspire 1 with DJI’s most sophisticated remote controller to date. Featuring dedicated buttons for photo and video capture, a gimbal control dial, an integrated rechargeable battery and more, it’s easy and intuitive to fly. The controller has an mini-HDMI and USB port allowing you to connect mobile devices or compatible screens.
Easy, safe flight
Even if you’ve never flown before, taking off and landing your Inspire 1 is easy and safe. It takes just one tap to make your Inspire 1 take-off and transform, ready to start filming. Then tap again to have it transform into landing mode and land.
When GPS is available, the Home Point (the location you are standing) automatically refreshes, so your Inspire 1 always knows where you are even if you move around. When you tell it to come back, or in case of an emergency, it knows exactly where to go and land safely.
A complete ready-to-fly system
Everything you need is included and ready to go, offering you a complete aerial filmmaking tool in one box. Just add your mobile device or other screen to use the live HD view.
Install the mobile app onto your phone or tablet and you’ll see what your Inspire 1 sees while taking control of its camera and flight settings.
Change all of your camera settings, including ISO, White Balance, Exposure, and more on the fly ensuring every shot looks exactly the way you want.
Live Map and Radar
See precisely where your Inspire 1 is at all times on the live map. The map can be enlarged when needed and shows your most recent flight path.
Dynamic Home Point
When GPS signal is available on the remote, the Home Point automatically refreshes. This becomes useful while traveling in a car or on a boat allowing the return-to-home point to move where the operator goes. Multiple configurations are available via the Dynamic Home Point function.
Auto-Take-off and Landing
Take-off and landing is easier than ever before, with both functions just a tap away. Tap once to take-off and your Inspire 1 will hover and transform, ready to start filming. Then tap again to make it transform into landing mode and auto land.
All of the information you need to fly safely is just a glance away. Altitude, flight speed, distance, and more are right at your fingertips.
Remote Control Customisation
Put yourself in charge by tailoring the Inspire 1’s controls to your personal needs. This way, your Inspire 1 moves and responds in ways you’re most comfortable with.
Introducing the X5 camera system
With the ZenMuse X5 series, you have the world’s first Micro Four Thirds cameras built specifically for aerial photography and cinematography. Bringing unparalleled imaging quality together with integrated 3-axis gimbal stabilisation and remarkable ease of use, each empowers you to shoot and complete jobs like never before.
The next evolution of aerial cameras
Meet the ZenMuse X5, the world’s first mirrorless, compact Micro Four Thirds camera made specifically for aerial photography and cinematography. Designed to work with the DJI Inspire 1 ready-to-fly platform, the ZenMuse X5 packs a powerful sensor that’s capable of recording 4K videos at up to 30 fps and capturing still images at 16MP. Equipped with the standard MFT interchangeable lens mount and allowing full wireless remote control over focus, aperture, and more, the ZenMuse X5 lets you shoot the way you want. Welcome to the future of aerial imaging.
Increased dynamic range
With 12.8 stops of dynamic range, shadows and highlights in everything you capture is brought out in perfect clarity.
Greater pixel clarity
Shooting with the ZenMuse X5’s M4/3 sensor results in images that are crisper and more detailed than any previous aerial camera. When compared with the X3 camera with the original Inspire 1, the difference is clear in images that truly come to life.
Built inside the ZenMuse X5 is a powerful Micro Four Thirds sensor that’s absolutely revolutionary for an aerial camera. With a sensor eight times the size of that in the previous X3 camera included with the Inspire 1, this new MFT sensor enables high quality, high sensitivity image recording at an ISO range of 100-25600. With a sophisticated balance of high-resolving power, accurate gradation, and low noise, you are realising your artistic and creative vision as never before.
Ready to fly
Say goodbye to frustratingly long setups. The ZenMuse X5 is perfectly compatible with the Inspire 1, DJI’s professional, ready to fly aerial platform. Instantly ready and bringing a level of control and convenience that only a fully integrated system can provide, you have a combination of imaging prowess and ease-of-use that is unprecedented in any aerial imaging system.
With the ZenMuse X5, you have an unprecedented level of control right at your fingertips. In the intuitive auto-focus mode, simply tap on the screen of your mobile device to tell the camera to focus on a specific area. You can also easily manually change settings such as focus, shutter, and aperture through the user-friendly DJI GO app. With the ZenMuse X5, you are always ready to take control.
Professional aerial video
Despite its compact size, the ZenMuse X5 is a powerful video camera that’s capable of recording 4K (3840 x 2160) at up to 30 fps, 2.7K (2704x1520) at up to 30 fps, and Full HD (1920 x 1080) at up to 60 fps in MP4/MOV format. The ZenMuse X5 enables you to record professional-level footage with stunning clarity and detail. A higher speed signal readout suppresses the rolling shutter effect when recording, resulting in beautiful footage even when flying at high speeds. The ZenMuse X5 also comes equipped with convenient features such as Zebra Pattern and Focus Peaking making it a camera that’s truly fit for any job.
With a MFT sensor that’s capable of capturing photos at 16MP, the ZenMuse X5 produces print-ready images that look as good in a frame as they do on your screen. The extra pixels represent a 25% increase over the original Inspire 1 camera. With the shutter speed increased to as quick as
1/8000 of a second and the power of the new imaging processor enabling burst capture of up to 7 full size photos per second, the ZenMuse X5 helps you relish every memorable moment.
Thanks to DJI’s unparalleled expertise in stabilisation systems, the ZenMuse X5 is equipped with a highly reliable 3-axis gimbal that automatically stabilises your camera in flight. The gimbal constantly communicates with the aircraft, and quickly compensates for every minor movement. With a precision accuracy of 0.02°, sub-pixel stabilisation is occurring and as a result, the ZenMuse X5 produces silky smooth footage sharp photos even with long exposure no matter how you fly.
Interchangeable lens mount
As the world’s first Micro Four Thirds camera made specifically for aerial photography and videography, the ZenMuse X5 gives you the freedom to choose your lens. By utilising the standard MFT mount, one of the most popular lens systems in the camera industry, the ZenMuse X5 is well positioned to benefit from new products and innovations from major lens manufacturers.
DJI GO app
Control the ZenMuse X5 remotely with the same DJI GO app that is used with the Inspire 1. With a live HD view powered by DJI Lightbridge, you see exactly what the camera is capturing and can adjust every setting on the fly.
- One-tap auto focus, or precise manual focus pulling
- Full 360 degree camera control
- Manual settings including aperture, white balance, shutter speed, and more
- Ability to upload or livestream your flights to YouTube
- …All at a range of over 1 mile
Built to last
The ZenMuse X5 is precisely manufactured with high-grade magnesium alloys, enabling it to withstand heavy field use. Compact and lightweight to allow easy transportation and long flight times, the ZenMuse X5 is built to last.
Precise focus control
As you fly, focus can be remotely adjusted using the GO App or the DJI Focus system. Simply plug this new follow focus controller into the Inspire 1 remote to have an accurate, familiar physical focus wheel that controls the way your shots look.
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