Leading drone manufacturer DJI has unveiled its new thermal imaging camera, the Zenmuse XT S. This latest drone in DJI’s Matrice 200 Series is developed to handle the toughest thermal imaging applications.
DJI introduced its first thermal imaging gimbal camera to the market in 2015 named Zenmuse XT, and it has been getting a positive response from customers. As per the demand, through the years, it brought 5 Zenmuse X cameras. The latest one, Zenmuse XT S comes with a few exceptional features.
The Zenmuse XT S will make high resolution and frame-rate thermal imaging cameras accessible around the world at a reasonable price. Besides, DJI’s Matrice 200 Series cameras always showed high performance, and it is expected with the latest too.
“By offering Matrice 200 Series and Matrice 200 Series V2 pilots the ability to capture thermal data that is not visible to the human eye, the Zenmuse XT S will help introduce drone technology to more applications,” said Christina Zhang, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy at DJI.
The long-range inspection will be the outstanding feature of this new avatar. For that, the drone is equipped with a 19mm lens on a 640x512, 25Hz refresh rate radiometric sensor, and improved further with 2x and 4x digital zoom capabilities.
Using Zenmuse XT S, the operator gets a live view of thermal data that is streamed directly in the DJI Pilot app, which is installed on the phone. The Zenmuse XT S is compatible with DJI’s Matrice 200 Series and Matrice 200 Series V2 drone platforms. Metric 200 Series has already been used in many sectors, including power line inspection, search and rescue, bridge inspection, and many more.
Last year, DJI introduced its smallest drone named DJI Mavic Mini, and it was hugely accepted across the world. It was definitely one of the top products the world saw in 2019.
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