DJI undoubtedly appears to be retaining busy – not up to a month in the past the Chinese language producer debuted the light-weight Ronin-SC gimbal for mirrorless cameras, which used to be adopted intently by way of the discharge of its new FPV Goggles.

In step with a 15-second video posted on its legitimate YouTube channel, DJI is gearing as much as announce one thing new on August 13.

The teaser itself doesn’t appear to carry any clues as to what could be making its debut subsequent week, however according to another proof, it might neatly be the following era Osmo Cell smartphone gimbal.

DroneDJ used to be the primary to unearth information about the Osmo Cell 3, because of a public FCC submitting made on July 31.

Among the forms filed is the consumer guide for the impending gimbal, giving us a transparent thought as to what to anticipate. The Osmo Cell Three will probably be better than its predecessor, with dimensions of 286 x 126 x 98mm and weighing in at 405g. Then again, the telephone grip will fold all the way down to leisure along the deal with for simple garage.

It additionally seems like the brand new gimbal will be capable to have compatibility larger and wider telephones (most likely even the newly introduced Samsung Galaxy Be aware 10 sequence). It’s going to be armed with Bluetooth Low Power five to optimize energy intake and, in contrast to the Osmo Cell 2, will price by means of USB-C.

Droning on and on

If you happen to’re anticipating DJI to announce new drones, you could want to wait some time. An eagle-eyed Norwegain reader identified to DroneDJ {that a} particular phase at the DJI site lists the forms for the Ecu Union Declaration of Conformity – together with the ones for the DJI Mavic 2 Professional+ and the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom+.

We’re now not anticipating the conceivable new drones to make an look till 2020 as DJI just lately introduced it’ll be imposing plane sensors in its client drones beginning January 2020. Those ADS-B sensors will permit the drone pilot to locate and keep away from low-flying helicopters and airplanes within reach.

Going mirrorless

DJI has additionally filed a patent for an interchangeable lens digicam that appears similar to the Hasselblad X1D-50c. A deep dive into the patent utility by way of Gizmodo Japan has unearthed design pictures and three-D fashions of the digicam from quite a lot of angles, giving us an entire take a look at what may well be DJI’s first mirrorless digicam, together with the markings at the rear controls.