The DJI Inspire 2 Premium Combo with Zenmuse X5S features a Micro 4/3 sensor that delivers impressive 20.8-megapixel stills with a dynamic range of 12.8 stops. Designed for high-end professional filmmaking, it has a maximum speed of 67mph, and a dual battery system that allows it to fly for a maximum of 27 minutes. The X5S utilises the CineCore 2.0 processing system of the Inspire 2, making it capable of shooting 5.2K 30fps CinemaDNG video as well as 4K 60fps using H.264 or 4K 30fps using H.265.
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter
Grey magnalium shell with higher strength and lighter weight
CineCore 2.0 and CINESSD image processing systems
2-axis gimbal-stabilised FPV camera
Dual battery design
Upgraded Intelligent Flight Battery
H-shaped frame arms hold 15-inch propellers
Top speed of 67mph
Increased sensitivity of the control sticks
Extreme weather durability with self-heating technology
2-direction obstacle avoidance system
Precision hover technology
Stereo vision system scans the terrain to ensure it’s suitable for landing
360° QuickSpin function
Precision gimbal control
Dual-Signal Propulsion System
Easy to transport with "Travel Mode"
Selectable 2.4/5.8GHz Control Frequencies
Broadcast mode allows video to be streamed in 720p60 or 1080i50
Utilises the DJI GO app to offer full control
DJI Zenmuse X5S
Micro Four Thirds sensor
DJI MFT 15mm f1.7 ASPH lens
Able to shoot 5.2K at 30fps or 4K at 60fps
Captures 20.8-megapixel stills
12.8 stops of dynamic range
20fps continuous burst shooting capability
Improved Micro 4/3 Sensor
The onboard Micro 4/3 sensor has been upgraded, significantly improving image quality. With a pixel size of 3.4µm, this 20.8-megapixel sensor captures more detail than the previous sensor. It has 12.8 stops of dynamic range as well as a better signal to noise ratio and color sensitivity than the X5R, allowing it to create clear, low noise images in low light environments.
Array of Compatible Lenses
Since it uses a standard Micro 4/3 mount, the Zenmuse X5S now supports up to eight professional lenses* with focal lengths ranging from 9mm-45mm (equivalent to 18mm-90mm on a 35mm camera), providing more creative control over the final look of a shot.