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DJI presents Matrice 600 drone that can carry up to six kilograms
Drone Manufacturer DJI his powerful drone launched so far. The DJI Matrice 600, or M600, can carry up to 6kg load. DJI also brings a new gimbal out, the Ronin MX, which can be used in combination with cameras of various manufacturers.
DJI aiming the Matrice 600 professional filmmakers. Thanks to the large capacity, it is possible to mount professional video cameras among the drone, including a powerful gimbal to stabilize the image. The M600 is also working with the SDK DJI, which was previously made available to the Matrice 100. Thus, the large drone should also be used for industrial applications.
The M600-drone weighs 9,1kg itself, including standard batteries. The maximum weight which the device can take off, 15,1kg. The ascent rate is 5m / s, may decrease with 3m / s. Without wind, the maximum forward speed 18m / s, about 65 kilometers per hour. The range is 5km and the maximum altitude is 2,500 meters above sea level.
The supplied batteries have a capacity of 4500mAh and weigh 595 grams. Optionally, a set with a capacity of 5700mAh and a weight of 680 grams are available. Without the payload M600 can fly up to 35 or 40 minutes, depending on the batteries used. With the maximum payload of 6kg is that 16 or 18 minutes.
The M600 design is modular and the drone can be extended with additional systems for greater accuracy. The drone is working with DJI’s A3 flight controller and the Lightbridge 2 system for live transmission of video in 1080p resolution at 60fps. The Matrice 600 is now available for 5299 euros.
Along with the M600 has the DJI Ronin-MX introduced. This gimbal with three axis stabilization can be combined with a variety of cameras, ranging from compact system cameras to the RED Epic. The device can be used to create stable handheld shooting, but can also be mounted in its entirety under the Matrice 600. The Ronin-MX will cost 1799 euros.
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