We got a chance to fly DJI’s $16,500 cinematic drone, the Inspire 3, a product aimed at professionals. Its has a 45 megapixel full-frame sensor and uses DJI’s DL lens mount. Special thanks to Richard and Dylan from Dullblade Cutwerks for lending us the 50mm and 35mm DJI lenses we used with the drone.
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