From the air, you see things you wouldn’t notice from the ground. Aerial cameras and sensors help researchers, scientists and conservationists better understand the world we live in by capturing data and information about our planet and the life on it.
Since the launch of the DJI Osmo, Robert has also started experimenting with this handheld marvel to capture closeup video of gorillas, chimpanzees and other wildlife that is otherwise difficult to film.
Using DJI drones, the team is able to monitor the humpbacks without disturbing them. With the Phantom 3 Professional's sharp 4K video and 12 megapixel camera and its powerful video downlink, whales can be closely surveyed even from a distance, and with a smaller team and much more quickly than before.
DJI recently collaborated with officials from Tanzania’s Tarengire National Park to take part in a project aimed at using the DJI Phantom to help farmers to protect their crops from being raided by elephants.
DJI recently collaborated with filmmaker and TV personality Justin Bratton to document a remarkable journey to Indonesia’s spectacular Kawah Ijen Mountain’s cauldron, widely regarded as the world’s largest and most acidic crater lake.