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Watch and Learn About The Zenmuse X7

We understand that deciding which commercial drone solution is right for your organization isn't as simple as just picking one from a hat. That's why we want to give you the tools to help you make an informed decision. Check out the videos and info below to learn more about the Zenmuse X7, and if you still need some guidance, our experts are available to compare options M-F 7AM - 5PM PST

Introducing the Zenmuse X7

The Zenmuse X7 is the latest in DJI's line of Zenmuse cinema cameras. A Super-35mm effective sensor size for video recording can shoot up to 6K CinemaDNG and 5.2K Apple ProRes at up to 30FPS and 3.9K DNG / 2.7K ProRes up to 59.94 FPS.

Testing the Zenmuse X7

Vlogger and filmmaker Devin Graham (aka DevinSuperTramp) raves about the X7's Super 35mm sensor and 14 stops of dynamic range, as well as showing some of the incredible footage he got using the X7 for just a month.

More About The Zenmuse X7

The Zenmuse X7 is a compact Super 35 camera with an integrated gimbal made specifically for the DJI Inspire 2. With 24 megapixel still images and up to 6K/30 CinemaDNG video, the Zenmuse X7 is by far the best camera for photography and cinema that DJI has ever released.

The X7 also introduces the DL-Mount, a proprietary integrated aerial lens mount that allows quick switching between four available prime lenses. It also features DJI Color System, which preserves accurate colors for easy post-processing and color grading. DJI offers multiple official LUTs for the X7, and many widely-available LUTs can also be used.

The X7 uses a Super 35 sensor, and its high readout speed supports RAW output at 6K/30 fps and 3.9K/59.94 fps. The pixel size reaches 3.91 µm and the diagonal length of the sensor is 26.6 mm when recording. A sensor this size offers a higher sensitivity to light and 14 stops of dynamic range - much wider than the 12.8 stops featured on the Zenmuse X5S.