Tribute to the workers of the video studio
Despite Hubsan’s recent setbacks, the developer recently announced the imminent announcement of its brand new product, which, according to the available information, will be able to compete with such professional solutions as the Mavic 3 and Inspire 2. The announcement is accompanied by a short video called “Tribute Respect for Video Studio Workers, which specifies that their new product will provide a “Handheld shooting effect” in FHD quality at 30 frames per second.
Micro 4/3 standard camera
Also, judging by the effects shown in the video, it seems likely that Hubsan will equip their new drone with a Micro 4/3 (Micro Four Thirds System / Standard MFT) camera, the hallmark of which is the larger sensor size compared to the cameras of top drones (traditionally equipped with 1-inch sensor) and the ability to change lenses. More details about the dimensional difference between the matrix standards in the image below:
All of the above about the upcoming novelty is supported by illustrations from a patent permit, which allows you to study in detail both the design of the drone and its equipment, where, in addition to the folding beams, a massive on-board camera installed in a 3-axis gimbal and a number of sensor modules placed on each side of the drone stand out, providing a 360-degree visualization of the surrounding world at the output:
Oddly enough, but already at the model development stage, the company indicated in advance the price tag, which for this drone will start at $ 1299, which, on the one hand, is extremely small for the declared potential, on the other hand, it corresponds to a premium product and requires an appropriate return from it. . This immediately raises a reasonable question: can a developer specializing in building mid-budget solutions compete with the best of the best in the Pro niche? I really want to believe it, but as they say, time will tell.