DJI is the world-leading manufacturer of camera drones and stabilisers. DJI technology offers a reliable, versatile and easy-to-use solution - enhancing safety and efficiency for commercial and professional operations, and maximising enjoyment for hobbyists.
DJI is the world leader in drone development and manufacture. Da-Jiang Innovations was founded in 2006 by Frank Wang and is based in Shenzhen, nicknamed China's Silicon Valley. From a one-room office, they have rapidly grown into an international company employing more than 3,000 people in China, the USA, Japan, Germany and the Netherlands.
Their range of unmanned multi-rotor aircraft is the market leader and they were the first to introduce brushless gimbal camera stabilisers and autopilots to the mass market. DJI continue to innovate, currently pioneering a collision avoidance system for drones.
DJI's extremely popular Phantom quadcopter range has dominated the market for consumer camera drones but they also produce high-end hexacopters and octocopters which are capable of lifting heavier, professional TV cameras.
A truly powerful camera for both professionals and hobbyists.
Stills are recorded at 20MP in JPG or Raw DNG, with video available up to 4K quality at 60fps. The camera also adds aperture control and features a mechanical shutter, eliminating the rolling shutter effect. Getting up to 25mins flight time with a max speed of 31mph, the Phantom 4 Pro is a blast to fly. There's also the option to upgrade to the Pro+ which features an integrated tablet controller. If you're flying professionally in the UK, or getting paid for your photos, you may need a drone license.Buy Now
The Mavic Pro is a highly portable, easy to fly drone for enthusiasts looking to capture impressive aerial footage.
The fact that DJI have packed all their smart functionality into such a small aircraft is truly impressive. With a 4K integrated stabilised camera & DJI's smallest-ever 3-axis integrated gimbal as well as up to 27 minutes of flight time, it's no wonder that demand for the Mavic Pro has been so high. It's also a great looking drone which doesn't hurt its popularity.Buy Now
DJI's love-letter to professional filmmakers, the Inspire 2 is a sturdy, feature rich and beautifully designed bit of kit.
This impressive quadcopter is compatible with the Zenmuse X4S or X5S cameras, the latter features a micro 4/3 sensor and supports 10 different lenses, including zoom. Thanks to CineCore 2.0 (plus access to Apple ProRes & CinemaDNG) you can capture 5.2K video at a 4.2Gbps bitrate with footage quality comparable to the ARRI ALEXA MINI.Buy Now
One of, if not the most, intuitive heavy lift rigs currently available, the DJI Matrice 600 hexacopter series delivers a powerful combination of portability and functionality.
Both the original and the Pro are compatible with DJI's Ronin Gimbal series, allowing filmmakers and inspection professionals a variety of camera options. The key difference is that the Pro is ready-built and comes with the A3 flight controller as standard.Buy Now
The M200, M210 and M210 RTK have all been designed with industrial end-users in mind, these are enterprise products and aren't intended for the consumer market.
This is clear, not only in their appearance but in their modular construction allowing (in the case of the M210 and M210 RTK) the attachment of multiple sensors to create an unparalleled aerial surveying tool. Every model is IP43 weatherproofed and fitted with an ADS-B receiver which improves safety by keeping you informed of any manned aircraft in the area, urgent airspace notices and temporary restrictions that may be in place.Enquire Here
DJI's OSMO has become an iconic product for the company.
Alongside the Phantom and Inspire ranges, the OSMO has become one of their most recognisable releases. Offering stabilised footage at up to 4K quality, you're guaranteed great videos (as well as 12MP stills) via the Zenmuse X3 which comes as standard with the gimbal.Buy Now
The OSMO+ was released as an upgrade to the original OSMO with a range of new features including the capability to offer up to 7x zoom.
This allows for more flexibility when shooting, getting you closer to the action without the need to constantly be on the move.Buy Now
The DJI OSMO PRO features the Zenmuse X5 camera and, as such, offers superior footage and image quality to that of the original OSMO.
The PRO offers the same high level of stabilisation you can expect from all the models in the OSMO range. The DJI OSMO RAW implements the Zenmuse X5R camera, offering some of the best quality footage you're likely to get from a handheld gimbal of this size and price point. Designed for use by serious professional videographers, the RAW benefits from shake-free stabilisation coupled with a capacity to shoot in Adobe DNG RAW. In short, it's a very powerful bit of kit.Buy Now
The most consumer-focused model of the OSMO series, the DJI OSMO Mobile gives users the ability to create stabilised footage using their Android or iOS device’s camera.
Available in both silver and black, you also have some choice in how the device itself looks – highlighting DJI’s increasing commitment to providing consumers with greater variety in their products.Buy Now
The first iteration of the Matrice range was designed with developers in mind.
It’s a modular quadcopter that operates in a variety of roles dependent on the user’s needs and skill. Benefitting from DJI’s easy-to-fly technology you can get up to 40 minutes of flight time from the M100 (without a payload) and program it to carry out a range of tasks.Buy Now
The DJI Ronin-MX is able to carry many of the most popular cameras filmmaking professionals use daily.
The implementation of SmoothTrack algorithms makes sure that movements are shake-free and a repositioned battery improves the overall balance. Stability has been further enhanced by a camera cage that locks your chosen camera in place at the top and at the bottom. DJI have also developed silent motors which stop motor noise from ruining your shoot.Buy Now
A sleek, well-designed quadcopter that has advanced the aesthetic of DJI’s hugely popular Phantom range (paving the way for the Pro series) the Phantom 4 was the model that really pushed DJI into the mainstream.
With a powerful 4K camera capable of 12MP stills, as well as a large suite of smart features, there may be plenty to get to grips with – but there are few drones of this calibre that are simpler to use.Buy Now
The Phantom 3 series includes the Standard, Professional and Advanced models.
The Standard signified DJI’s initial efforts to implement smart functionality which were built upon with the Professional and Advanced. The main difference between the three (and an important one to consider when shopping for an aerial camera) is the sensor quality. The Professional captures 4K footage and 12MP photos, while the Advanced and Standard offers 1080p (2.7K) filming with an image quality of 12MP.Buy Now