When it comes to video and photography, drones have become one of the fastest-growing filmmaking tools since the advent of digital cameras. The stunning aerial footage that flying cameras can capture are second to none.
Celebrating International Drone Day at the weekend, avid videographers should check out PNY’s highly portable flash memory cards with up to 64GB storage capacity.
Guaranteeing super-fast transfer speeds to store, transfer and share content while on the go, the PNY’s MicroSD™ Elite Performance flash memory cards can handle all the photos taken and any high-end 4K Ultra HD video captured on your drone.
Class10 - UHS-1 rating
U3 speed class
Up to 100MB/s read speed
Up to 90MB/s write speed
SD adapter included
5 Year warranty
Fly your DJI drone with DJI's new Goggles to get a first-person view of the world in full HD. Up to two pairs of DJI Goggles can be connected to a single Mavic Pro drone and the video footage is sent directly to the Goggles - rather than via the controller - to eliminate lag.
The goggles will cost £499 and go on sale next month. The press release says:
Drone giant DJI has teamed up with hard drive maker Seagate to create the Fly Drive, a portable hard drive complete with a MicroSD slot to allow drone users to download footage on location.
There’s a built-in USB-C cable which supports both USB 3.1 and Thunderbolt 3, and the Fly Drive is available in sizes up to 2TB. US price is $120. To find out more, go to Seagate website. The official information says:
DJI has introduced the new Phantom 4 Advanced with a 1"-type, 20-megapixel sensor and a mechanical shutter which can shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second. The camera now records H.264 4K videos at 60fps or H.265 4K at 30fps, with a 100Mbps bitrate. The Phantom 4 Advanced+ version comes with its own 5.5-inch 1080p screen integrated into the controller. Flight time extended to 30 minutes. The Phantom 4 Advanced and Phantom 4 Advanced+ is £1,469 (1,549 EUR) and £1,699 (1,849 EUR) and will be on sale on April 30. The official info says:
A carbon fibre drone said to be the world's fastest tricopter - capable of speeds up to 75mph - and a 4K action camera that shoots 60fps will be unveiled and demonstrated at the CES Show in Las Vegas next month by YI Technology.
Read the full press release below: