DJI Mavic 3 CINE Drone
DJI’s Mavic 3 ($2199 USD) and Mavic 3 CINE ($4999 USD) drones were both designed from the ground up, starting with a 4/3 CMOS Hasselblad camera boasting 28x hybrid zoom camera as well as omnidirectional obstacle sensors. High-capacity batteries provide up to 46 minutes of flight time, while its upgraded hardware and software can process 5.1K video at 50 frames per second, shooting 4K/120fps footage. The CINE edition offers Apple ProRes 422 HQ encoding for richer video processing, complete with an internal 1TB SSD onboard for high-speed data storage. More information here. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on video review, and additional information.

DJI Action 2 Camera Hands-On
If you’ve been considering picking up the GoPro Hero 10, we recommend at least considering the all-new DJI Action 2. Weighing a mere 56 grams, the modular DJI Action 2 consists of the camera unit and various modules, such as the front touchscreen module, power module, and multiple mounting peripherals that can be interchanged. Its 1.76-inch OLED touchscreen boasts an additional OLED screen, which can be securely attached to the bottom of the unit via magnetic locks, making it easy to take selfies or vlog. Read more for two videos, including an early hands-on review.

DJI Ronin 4D 4K Gimbal Cinema Camera
Yes, DJI not only makes drones, but now, cinema cameras. That’s right, the DJI Ronin 4D 8K Cinema Camera and the Ronin 4D 6K Cinema Camera are the latest in the line of professional cameras designed for next-gen film production. Featuring a modular design consisting of a core processing unit and a gimbal camera boasting DJI’s flagship Zenmuse X9 sensor and the new DJI CineCore 3.0 image processing system with DCCS (DJI Cinema Color System). Read more for two videos, including a hands-on look.

DJI Mavic Mini Combo
The DJI Mavic Mini Combo includes everything you need to get started with a drone, whether it be for leisure or business, and you can get this bundle for $349 shipped, this week only, originally $499. Weighing just 250 grams, the Mavic Mini is as light as some smartphones, which also means it’s classified in the lowest and safest weight class of drones, making it exempt it from certain regulations in most countries. Yes, the takeoff weight includes the battery, propellers, and a microSD card. Product page. Read more for a hands-on unboxing, setup and review video.

DJI Mini SE Drone
DJI’s Mini SE Drone was not officially announced, and you can pick one up now for $299 shipped. Weighing in at just under 0.55-pounds, this drone is capable of capturing 12.0-megapixel aerial photos and 2.7K HD videos, while a built-in 3-axis motorized gimbal ensures that your footage is always ultra-smooth. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and test footage.

DJI FPV Drone Iceland Volcano Lava
Photo credit: Daniel Haussmann via Peta Pixel
Capturing a volcanic eruption up-close just isn’t possible with standard photography equipment, and that’s where drones come in. Photographer Daniel Haussmann found out the hard way that these flying machines can still get hit with the unexpected, and in this case, a flying chunk of lava from the erupting Geldingadalir volcano in Iceland. In all, he made a total of six visits to the site, and despite the accident, still managed to capture some amazing footage. Read more for two videos and additional information.

DJI Mavic Air 2S Drone
The DJI Air 2S just might be the best Mavic yet, as it’s the first drone of its size capable of capturing 20-megapixel still images or video in 5.4K with a new one-inch sensor that was previously available only on larger, less agile UAVs. There’s also a new MasterShots feature that utilizes automatic flight path planning to set the drone’s course while recording video. After completing the flight, DJI Air 2S automatically merges the footage under one theme to create an eye-catching video. Product page. Read more for two videos, including an early review, and additional information.

DJI First-Person View FPV Racing Drone
DJI’s FPV Combo is all-new and seamlessly combines the first-person view as well as the high-speed performance of racing drones, the cinematic camera sweep of traditional drones, and an innovative single-handed motion controller. That’s right, the latter enables pilots to control the drone with just hand movements. Product page. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review, and additional information.

DJI First-Person View Combo Drone Unboxing
Dominion Drones managed to get their hands on a pre-production unit of DJI’s upcoming FPV Combo Drone, and it looks amazing to say the least. Before they even open up the box, you’re able to clearly see the words “Not for Sale” and “Display Demo” marked on it, but that’s only because the packaging itself might change before its rumored March launch. One the drone itself, you see a set of cameras facing the front and downward positions, most likely used to avoid obstacles. Read more for the video.

DJI First-Person View FPV Racing Drone
Photo credit: Osita LV
DJI released a Digital FPV System last year, and many assumed that a racing drone was coming shortly after. However, that wasn’t the case and it took nearly an entire year before the “DJI FPV” racing drone leaked. The FPV Combo bundle includes the controller, special goggles, and the drone itself. No specifications have been revealed, thought it does have a three-blade propeller design not seen on any other DJI drone, along with a hump for possibly the electronics. Read more for a picture of the box.