Erste Bilder, Racer/Selfi-Drone?

    • Erste Bilder, Racer/Selfi-Drone?

      Hallo,
      ich gehe mal von einem neuen Racer aus welchen DJI rausbringt, kanns aber nicht genau sagen.
      Erste Bilder und Infoß´s schwirren im Netzt umher:

      droningon.co/2017/03/29/dji-spark-mavic-mini-portable-drone/



      DJI Spark / DJI Mavic MiniEditorialDJI Spark/Mavic Mini Will Be Latest Portable Selfie Drone29th March 2017 Ash @ DroningON.coFacebook208TwitterRedditPinterestEmailCopy LinkShareEarlier this month, DJI filed a trademark application for the name ‘DJI Spark’, we may now know why with DJI about to launch their smallest drone yet, named the ‘Spark’ or the ‘Mavic Mini’.What is the DJI Spark/Mavic Mini…At a size of around 14cm x 17cm, the compact DJI Spark/Mavic Mini could be the first entry in to the ultra-portable ‘selfie’ market for the leading drone manufacturer, DJI.The DJI Spark, or perhaps the 'Mavic Mini'The DJI Spark, or perhaps the ‘Mavic Mini’The concept for this drone is not yet know but we speculate that it will be a competitor with drones such as the Wingsland S6 and ZeroTech Dobby.The DJI Mavic Pro was the first step towards a truly portable drone capable of capturing high resolution video and photos, the DJI Spark would appear to take that portability one step further, although the lack of folding arms is an interesting design decision which may give some clues as to the intended purpose.DJI Spark/Mavic Mini specifications…Photos leaked via SB-DJI.com show a small fixed arm drone with what would appear to be the following features: Underside charging contacts for docking bay or charging station. 2-axis camera, potentially with dual lens. Dual ultra-sonic sensors. Optical flow camera. Quick release folding props. 17cm (L) x 14cm (W) (approximated). Underside removable battery. Charged via USB. 2.4ghz (control) and 5.8ghz (video). Brushless motors.The decision to fit ultrasonic sensors and downward optical flow camera suggests that this is not a ‘racing drone’, but the fixed arms and rugged look of the Spark might suggest otherwise.In addition, the 2-axis (not 3-axis) gimbal appears to possibly have a two camera lenses, perhaps to provide a high resolution camera (GoPro quality) as well as an analog 5.8ghz video feed which would normally associated with racing drones.The specification label states that the model name is ‘Spark’ and that the model code/number is ‘MM1A’ which could stand for ‘Mavic Mini’.DJI Spark/Mavic Mini pricing…With Dobby, Wingsland S6, Yuneec Breeze 4K and other small-scale portable drones priced at around $300-$400, this new product has to be marketed at a similar level in order for it to compete effectively.Consumers are likely to be willing to pay more for a DJI branded product than other lesser known brands, but perhaps only up to a limit of $500.With one more new entrant to the portable drone market, delayed pre-order projects such as Snap (Vantage Robotics) must increase pace and bring their product to market as soon as possible.All will be revealed soon, be sure to SHARE this article as we will update it as more information becomes available. Also keep an eye on dji-spark.com.More photos follow below, courtesy of SB-DJI.com The DJI Spark, or perhaps the 'Mavic Mini'The DJI Spark, or perhaps the ‘Mavic Mini’
      VGMichael :)

      Ich stehe eigentlich immer unter "Moderation", ich bin schliesslich verheiratet. :)
    • Hmm ein kompaktes Gimbal mit sehr weitwikeliger Linse, ein optischer Sensor nach unten gerichtet um die Position zu halten und zwei Ultraschall Emitter/Empfänger um den Abstand vom Boden konstant zu halten.

      Das sieht für mich nach eines sehr einfachen Selfie Drohne aus, ähnlich der Breeze von Yuneec.

      Vermutlich auch gesteuert durch ein Smartphone, Controller ist zumindest keiner zu sehen.

      Als Racer ist das Design glaube ich eher ungeeignet. Allein die Stifte welche oben aus den Motoren gucken wären im Falle eines Crashs relativ schnell die Achillesverse.
      Auch Klapp Propeller sind für nen Racer eher nichts.
      Die Kamera Hätte im Falle einer Kollision auch sofort Kontakt zu Objekten die stabiler sind als sie selbst.
      Also wohl eher kein Racer.

      Aber immerhin mal eine Selfie Drohne ohne elektronisch stabilisiertes Bild sondern mit mechanischem Gimbal.

      Bin gespannt was da kommt. Ich tippe mal auf Mavic Mini. iskl::-
    • Wenn das ganze so um die 250-300 Euro liegt bin ich ein potentieller Kunde,aber bei DJI glaub ich nicht so recht dran.

      Ein bisschen neugierig hat mich das ganze allerdings gemacht. Sieht sehr schön kompakt und geballt aus, so was mag ich ja.

      Sehr schade finde ich, dass es keine Frontansichten zu finden gibt, das Gimbal macht mich schon etwas neugierig.