zenmuse x5r

ZENMUSE X5R
User Manual
2016.03
V1.0
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Reference
Before Flight
Read the following documents before using the Zenmuse X5R:
1. Zenmuse X5R In the Box
2. Zenmuse X5R User Manual
3. Zenmuse X5R Safety Guidelines and Disclaimer
Check that all of the items are included in the package. We recommend that you watch all
tutorial videos on the official DJI website and read the Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines
before you fly. Refer to the User Manual for more detailed information.
Watch the Video Tutorials
Please watch the tutorial videos at the link below, which demonstrates how to use Zenmuse
X5R safely:
http://www.dji.com/product/zenmuse-x5s/info#video
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Contents
Using this manual
2
Legends
Before Flight
Watch the Video Tutorials
2
2
2
Product Profile
4
Overview
In the Box
Optional Accessories
Components
4
5
5
6
Getting Started
7
Read the information below before setting up your Zenmuse X5R
7
Supported Devices
Supported Lenses for the Inspire 1 Required Lens Accessories
Supported Micro SD Cards
Supported X5R SSD
7
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7
8
8
Installing the Camera Lens
Mounting the Zenmuse X5R to the Inspire 1
8
10
Replace the Inspire 1 Gimbal Mounting Plate
Attach the Zenmuse X5R
Mechanical Range
10
11
11
Operating the Camera 12
Camera Panel
Basic Shooting
12
12
Taking Photos
Recording Videos
12
12
Advanced Settings
13
Exposure Modes
Photo Styles
White Balance
List of Settings
13
13
13
14
Managing your Photos and Videos
15
Playback
Downloading your Files from Micro SD Card
15
15
DJI CineLight and your X5R SSD Files
16
Installing DJI CineLight
16
System Requirements
Installation (Installer is included on the X5R SSD)
16
16
Accessing your Files
Post-Processing with DJI CineLight
17
17
Appendix
22
Specifications
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Product Profile
Overview
The Zenmuse X5R is the world's first fully integrated flying gimbal and camera system
capable of capturing video in 4K Cinema RAW for high-end professional video production.
The Type 4/3 CMOS sensor supports lossless 4K RAW video and 16 MP still photos, with
shooting modes including burst, AEB and timelapse.
Integrated into the system is a dedicated 512GB X5R SSD that stores lossless 4K RAW
video at up to 2.4Gbps and can be synced with DJI CineLight for post-processing RAW
files. The optional lens kit includes the DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH (30mm in 35mm format)
with a 72-degrees field of view.
When mounted on the Inspire 1 series, the 3-axis gimbal provides a stable platform for the
camera to get clear shots even during maneuvers. The gimbal tilts the camera across a -90°
to +30° pitch angle and pans ±320° in both directions. Live HD video from the camera is
streamed to the DJI GO app.
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In the Box
Check that all of the following items are in your package. If any item is missing, please
contact DJI or your local dealer.
Zenmuse X5R Camera Body ×1
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Lens* ×1
Lens Hood* ×1
Camera Balancing Ring* ×1
(BR-Φ46-10)
512GB X5R SSD ×1
X5R READER ×1
16GB Micro SD Card ×1
USB 3.0 Cable ×1
Manuals
ZENMUSE X5R In the Box
ZENMUSE X5R Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines
* The original lens, balancing ring and lens hood are only included in the Zenmuse X5R lens kit. Accessories for other supported
lenses can be purchased separately on the DJI Store.
Optional Accessories
The Zenmuse X5R can be mounted on the Inspire 1 aircraft with the following accessory
which is available on the DJI Store.
Inspire 1 Gimbal Mounting
Plate ×1
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Components
Zenmuse X5R Gimbal and Camera
Slot
Slot
X5R SSD Slot
Pan Motor
X5R SSD Release Button
Gimbal Connector
Micro USB Port
Micro SD Card Slot
Roll Motor
Lens Lock
Lens Mount Index
Lens Mount
Tilt Motor
Lens Release Button
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH Lens
Focusing Ring
AF/MF Switch
Lens Mount Index
Aperture Ring
Dust Cover
Lens Hood Thread
46mm Lens Filter Thread
X5R Reader
X5R SSD Slot
Power LED
Working Status LED
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USB Port
Getting Started
Read the information below before setting up your Zenmuse X5R
Supported Devices
The Zenmuse X5R can be attached to the following device, Zenmuse X5R may be compatible
with other DJI devices in future.
DJI Inspire 1
Supported Lenses for the Inspire 1
The Zenmuse X5R currently supports the following lenses, and will continue to support more
lenses in future.
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f/2.0
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f/1.8
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 25mm f/1.8
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f/1.8 (For still photography)
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ (For still photography)
Required Lens Accessories
The following table shows the recommended DJI Balancing Ring and filter and lens hood
requirement for each lens model.
Attach either a DJI Balancing Ring or filter only. Attach a lens hood only if required. The listed
Balancing Rings can be purchased on the DJI Store.
Model
DJI Balancing Ring
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Filter
Thread Size Weight
Lens Hood
BR-Φ46-10
46 mm
10 g
Required
Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG
BR-Φ46-10
Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
46 mm
10 g
Required
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED
BR-Φ46-10
12mm f/2.0
46 mm
10 g
Not required
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED
BR-Φ46-33
17mm f/1.8
46 mm
33 g
Not required
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED
Not required
25mm f/1.8
46 mm
10 g
Not required
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital
ED 45mm f/1.8 (For still
photography)
Not required
37 mm
14 g
Not required
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital
ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ
(For still photography)
BR-Φ37-23
37 mm
23 g
Not required
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The thread size and weight of the Balancing Ring are included in the model number (i.e. BRΦ46-10 has a thread size of 46 mm and a weight of 10 g).
The Balancing Ring must be installed on the camera lens when a filter is not used.
Supported Micro SD Cards
The Zenmuse X5R comes with a 16GB Micro SD card, but also supports Micro SD cards
with a capacity of up to 64GB. We recommend using a UHS-1 Micro SD card to minimize the
delay when reading and writing high resolution video data.
DO NOT remove the Micro SD card from the Zenmuse X5R when it is powered on.
Supported X5R SSD
The Zenmuse X5R comes with an integrated 512GB X5R SSD for storing lossless and
uncompressed footage. Note that its operating temperature is 32° to 158° F (0° to 70° C).
Installing the Camera Lens
The following steps use the DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH as illustration of how to mount the
camera lens to the camera body. Be sure to power off the battery before installation.
1. Remove the camera body cap.
2. While holding down the Lens Release Button, rotate the Lens Lock clockwise to unlock it.
3. Remove the lens cap and rear cap.
2
1
3
Lens Release Button
4. Align the two Lens Mount Indexes on the camera body and camera lens, and insert the
camera lens into the body of the camera.
5. Rotate the camera lens clockwise until you hear a click.
6. Rotate the Lens Lock counterclockwise to lock it.
7. Mount the Balancing Ring (or a filter) and the Lens Hood.
6
ck
Cli
4
Balancing Ring (or Filter)
Lens Hood
5
7
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8. Insert the Micro SD card and the X5R SSD.
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To remove the camera lens, power off the battery and then:
1. While holding down the Lens Release Button, rotate the Lens Lock clockwise to unlock it.
2. While holding down the Lens Release Button, rotate the camera lens counterclockwise to
detach it.
A
B
Lens Release Button
It is recommended to wrap a dust cover around the lens to prevent contamination.
DJI produces dedicated dust covers for the DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH and the
Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH. Other lenses may require
you to purchase a third-party dust cover.
It is important to tighten the Lens Lock after attaching the camera lens, as this can
reduce the vibrations of the lens when the aircraft is moving in flight. Always loosen
the Lens Lock before attaching and detaching the camera lens.
A filter can be installed in place of the Camera Balancing Ring. Remember to use a
filter that fulfills the weight requirement.
Some lenses must not be used with a lens hood. Be sure to check the table above
for the accessory requirements for your lens.
Be sure to set the lens to AF mode.
Always hold down the Lens Release Button before rotating the Lens Lock to unlock it.
Always hold down the X5R SSD Release Button before removing the X5R SSD.
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Mounting the Zenmuse X5R to the Inspire 1
(Watch Video: http://www.dji.com/product/zenmuse-x5s/info#video)
Replace the Inspire 1 Gimbal Mounting Plate
1. Remove the two black dampers at the front.
2. Disconnect the 10-PIN cable and 8-PIN cable in order. Be careful not to damage the
gimbal cables.
3. Remove the other two black dampers.
4. Attach the new gimbal mounting plate as shown below. With their flat sides facing
outwards, align the rear mounting plates with the rear bracket's screw holes. Tighten the
screws with a screwdriver.
5. Connect the 8-PIN cable and 10-PIN cable in order.
6. Place the front mounting bracket to the front bracket with its grooved side facing inwards.
Adjust the 8-PIN cable and 10-PIN cable to avoid protrusion, and then tighten the screws.
Rear Mounting
Plate
Front Mounting
Plate
Mounting
Position
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Attach the Zenmuse X5R
Power off the aircraft.
1. Rotate the Gimbal Lock to the unlocked position.
2. While aligning the white lines on the Gimbal Connector and Gimbal Lock, insert the Gimbal
Connector.
3. Rotate the Gimbal Lock to the locked position.
4. Turn the two keys on the other end of the mounting plate 90 degrees into the slots.
Ke
y
1
4
3
2
Slot
Be careful not to damage the Gimbal Connector and its metal contacts when
attaching or storing the Zenmuse X5R.
Mechanical Range
The 3-axis gimbal provides an incredibly stable and mobile platform for the camera system
to capture silky smooth video. The gimbal can tilt the camera up to 120 degrees and pan 320
degrees in either direction, providing 640 degrees of yaw rotation.
+30°
0°
-320°
+320°
-90°
Ground Level
DO NOT attach or detach the Zenmuse X5R when the aircraft is powered on.
Take off from a flat, open area and protect the gimbal after powering up.
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Operating the Camera
Camera Panel
All camera operations are done on the Camera Panel in Camera View of the DJI GO app.
[1]
[2]
[1] Menu
[2] Photo/Video Switch
[3]
[3] Shutter/Record Button
[4] Playback
[4]
[5] Settings
[5]
Always set the camera lens to AF mode. The focus and aperture will be controlled by
the DJI GO app digitally.
Basic Shooting
Ensure the Micro SD card is inserted to enable camera operations. Photos are saved on the
Micro SD card, while videos are saved on both the Micro SD card and X5R SSD.
Taking Photos
Slide the Photo/Video Switch to the
position. Tap the button or the shutter button on the
remote controller to take a single photo. Choose from one of the shooting modes by tapping
“MENU” -> -> Photo.
1. Burst Mode
Take 3, 5, or 7 shots in a row.
2. AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing)
Take 3 or 5 bracketed frames with ±0.7EV steps for exposure compensation.
3. Time-lapse
Take photos in 5, 7, 10, 20 or 30 second intervals.
Recording Videos
Slide the Photo/Recording Switch to the
position. Tap the icon or the Record Button on the
remote controller to start or stop recording video.
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Advanced Settings
Exposure Modes
Tap
to choose from the following exposure modes:
1. AUTO
The shutter speed and aperture are set automatically to obtain the correct exposure.
2. S (Shutter Priority)
Set your desired shutter speed, while the camera chooses the aperture automatically. This
mode is ideal for freezing action, creating motion blur or low-light shots.
3. A (Aperture Priority)
Set your desired aperture, while the camera chooses the shutter speed automatically. This
mode provides more control over depth of field and can be used to blur out backgrounds.
4. M (Manual Exposure)
In general, increase the ISO for low light environments, and decrease the ISO if the
surroundings are very bright.
Photo Styles
Tap MENU ->
-> Style to choose from the following styles:
1. Standard
A general-purpose style for most scenes.
2. Landscape
The camera will focus on as much of the scene as possible by using a large depth of field.
3. Soft
Suitable for scenes with natural or soft colors.
4. Custom
Sharpness: -3 to +3
Contrast: -3 to +3
Saturation: -3 to +3
White Balance
Tap MENU ->
->White Balance to choose from the following modes:
1. Auto
The camera adjusts the white balance automatically.
2. Sunny / Cloudy / Incandescent / Neon
Choose one of these modes if natural-looking colors cannot be achieved.
3. Custom (2000K~10000K)
Set a value between 2000K and 10000K to compensate for a specific light source.
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List of Settings
Photo
Shooting Modes
Single Shot, HDR Shot, Burst Mode (3/5/7),
AEB (3/5 bracketed frames), Timed-lapse(5s/7s/10s/20s/30s)
Image Size
4:3, 16:9
Image Format
RAW, JPEG, JPEG+RAW
White Balance
Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent, Neon, Custom (2000K~10000K)
Style
Standard, Landscape, Soft, Custom (Sharpness/Contrast/ Saturation)
Color
D-Log, D-Cinelike, None, Art, B&W, Vivid, Beach, Dream, Classic,
Nostalgia
Video
Video Size
4K (SSD RAW):
4096 × 2160 24p, (3840 × 2160) 24/30p
2.7K (SSD RAW): 2704 × 1520 24/30p
1080P (SSD RAW): 1920 × 1080 24/30/48/60p
Video Format
Micro SD: MP4/MOV (Codec: H.264)
X5R SSD: CinemaDNG (Codec: Lossless JPEG)
NTSC/ PAL
PAL, NTSC
White Balance
Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent, Neon, Custom (2000K~10000K)
Style
Standard, Landscape, Soft, Custom (Sharpness/Contrast/ Saturation)
Color
D-Log, D-Cinelike, None, Art, B&W, Vivid, Beach, Dream, Classic,
Nostalgia
General
Quick Preview
Off, 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s
Anti-Flicker
Auto, 50Hz and 60Hz
Show Grid
Off, Grid Line, Grid + Diagonal, Center Point
File Index Mode
Reset, Continuous
Others
Histograms, Video Captions, Over Exposure Warning, AF Assisted
Focus, MF Assisted Focus, Lens Profile, Calibration, Reset Settings,
Format SD Card, Format SSD
Note: Be sure to calibrate the camera lens in the DJI GO app for manual zoom to work properly.
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Managing your Photos and Videos
Playback
Tap
in the DJI GO app or press the Playback Button on the remote controller to review
photos and videos that you have captured. Press the same button again to return to capturing
images.
You can view and delete files on the Micro SD card.
Downloading your Files from Micro SD Card
Download your photo and video files to your PC via the Micro USB Port or using a Micro SD
card reader.
The camera must be powered on to access the files.
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DJI CineLight and your X5R SSD Files
Files on the X5R SSD must be exported with DJI CineLight*.
Installing DJI CineLight
System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.10~10.10.5, 10.11.4 or later
6G of memory
Intel i5/i7 with 4+ cores
1440x900 resolution
Mac Pro, iMac and MacBook Pro recommended
Devices supporting USB3.0 recommended
Discrete graphics card recommended
Installation (Installer is included on the X5R SSD)
1. Plug the X5R SSD into the X5R Reader.
2. Connect the X5R Reader to your computer with a USB cable.
3. Select the “DJI” device.
4. Click to mount “DjiCineLight.dmg” in Finder.
5. Drag “CineLight.app” to /Applications/.
You will be prompted if an update is available when DJI CineLight launches.
* Install the corresponding software according to your operation system.
For Windows: Install DJI Camera Exporter and refer to DJI Camera Exporter User Manual for instructions.
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Accessing your Files
1. Power off the Zenmuse X5R. While holding down the X5R SSD Release Button, remove the X5R SSD.
2. Insert the X5R SSD into the X5R Reader.
3. Connect the X5 Reader to your computer with a USB cable.
4. Launch DJI CineLight.
X5R SSD Release Button
Power LED
Working Status LED
Power LED
Off
X5R Reader does not have power / X5R SSD not inserted.
Solid Blue
The X5R Reader is powered on and the X5R SSD is inserted correctly.
Working Status LED
Off
Idle.
Blinking Blue
Read and write in progress.
Post-Processing with DJI CineLight
Using DJI CineLight, you can import Adobe DNG files on the X5R SSD or your computer, add effects and
enhancements, and then export them as a DNG sequence or high quality QuickTime video.
[6]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[5]
[13]
[14]
Libraries
●
DJI201023
Free:299.37 GB / Total:476.21GB
●
Local Library
Total:30 clips
[15]
Movie Clips
●
●
●
●
dng2号
00:01.53
[16]
TooFsat
00:02.53
TooFsat
00:02.53
A00_C01
00:00.03
[17]
FRAME SKIP
DJI_A000121_23_20160301
[4]
00:00.00 / 00:00.10
SELECTION
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11][12]
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[1] Theme Switch
[
] : Toggle between the day and night themes.
[2] Libraries
Shows a list of connected devices (such as the X5R SSD) and your computer’s local library.
Connected Devices: Displays the device’s name, read-only mode, free disk space and total disk
space.
Computer: Displays saved DNG sequences.
: Right click the device name and choose “Quick Format” to reformat the
connected device.
: Indicates that the connected device is read-only and cannot be reformatted.
Reformatting the device will cause all your files to be lost.
[3] Movie Clips
Displays all the contents in the current library (includes the name, thumbnail, and total time).
Movie clips are saved as DNG sequences but DJI CineLight offers video playback.
: Right click to “Export” or “Remove” the movie clip.
A red mark will appear over the movie clip if its format is unknown.
[4] Movie Clip Tools
: Import movie clips to the selected library. Only DNG sequences on your computer can be imported.
: Remove the selected movie clips.
: Export the selected movie clips.
A
B
C
D
E
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Format:
Resolution:
Adobe DNG(Raw) sequence
Original Size
Range:
FrameRate:
Half Size Preview
0-9354
29.97
Apply calibrations
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A. Export Format Options
DNG Sequence: Export the DNG sequence.
TIFF Sequence: Convert the DNG sequence to TIFF format and export.
ProRes: Export the DNG sequence as a movie clip encoded in ProRes.
√ Adobe DNG(raw) sequence
Adobe DNG (raw) sequence compatible with Premiere
TIFF sequence
Apple QuickTime video in ProRes 422 Proxy
Apple QuickTime video in ProRes 422 LT
Apple QuickTime video in ProRes 422
Apple QuickTime video in ProRes 422 HQ
Apple QuickTime video in ProRes 4444
Apple QuickTime video in ProRes 4444XQ
B. Select “Original Size” to export the movie clip in its original resolution; select “Half Size
Preview” to export the movie in half of its original resolution.
C. Click
to synchronize the DNG sequence with the proxy files (on your Micro SD card with
the same file names) to eliminate any misaligned frames. The “Range” indicates the first and
last frames.
D. Select a frame rate for the exported movie clip.
E. Check this box to apply your effects to the exported clip. Note that this option is disabled
when exporting in DNG sequence.
You can only import and delete files in your Local Library.
[5] Cursor Mode
: Cursor.
: Zoom. Left click to zoom out; Alt + left click to zoom in.
: Drag.
[6] Selected Frame
Display the frame that is currently selected.
[7] Timeline View
A
B
SELECTION
A.Click to move the frame indicator.
B. The Selection Tool allows users to select and export a section of the movie clip.
Set the starting point
Set the ending point
Export the entire move clip
Export a section of the movie clip
Start Selection Here
End Selection Here
Export Shot...
Export Selected Range...
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[8] Display Controls
: Zoom in or out, scale or auto fit.
Space Bar
Play/Pause
Play previous frame
Play next frame
Trackpad
Drag files, zoom in or zoom out.
[9] Thumbnails
[10] Playback Controls
: Play previous frame
: Play/Stop
: Play next frame
[11] Skip Frame Option
: Options to play the movie clip frame by frame or according to time.
[12] Timeline Actions
: Move to previous frame
: Move to next frame
: Export the selected frames
[13] Share
: Share image with friends, move to folder or send by email.
[14] Layout
: Show/hide the left, right or timeline panes.
[15] Properties
A. RGB Histogram
A
B. Hover Pixel Color
B
C
C. Image Infomration
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[16] Color Calibrations
A. Basic: Adjust the white balance, exposure and saturation.
B. Tone Curve: Adjust up to 5 points on the tone curve.
C. Denoise and Sharpen
Adjust the denoise and sharpening values.
A
B
C
D. Color Management
Select the output color space.
E. Image Information
Detailed information of the movie clip.
F. Camera setting parameters when shooting.
D
E
F
[17] Analysis
A. Vector Scope
B. RGB and YCbCr Parades
A
B
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Appendix
Specifications
General
Name
Zenmuse X5R
Dimensions
136 (W) × 125 (H) × 131 (D) mm
Weight
Approx. 583 g (Including original lens, balancing ring, lens
hood, Micro SD card, X5R SSD)
Operating Temperature
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Camera
Lens
Replaceable lens
M43 mount supporting auto-focus
Supported Lenses
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f/2.0
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f/1.8
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 25mm f/1.8
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f/1.8
(For still photography)
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ
(For still photography)
Sensor
Type 4/3 CMOS sensor
Effective Pixels
16 M
Image Size
4:3, 16:9
ISO Range
Photo: 100 to 25600
Video: 100 to 6400
Electronic Shutter Speed
Photo: 8 to 1/8000 s
Video: 1/25 to 1/8000 s
Field of View
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH 72°
Still Photography Modes
Single Shot, HDR Shot, Burst Mode (3/5/7),
AEB (3/5 bracketed frames at 0.7EV bias),
Timed-lapse(5s/7s/10s/20s/30s)
Video Resolution
4K (SSD RAW):
4096 × 2160 24p, (3840 × 2160) 24/30p
2.7K (SSD RAW): 2704 × 1520 24/30p
1080P (SSD RAW): 1920 × 1080 24/30/48/60p
Max Video Bitrate
Micro SD: 60 Mbps
X5R SSD: 2.4 Gbps (Average: 1.7 Gbps)
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Supported File Systems
Micro SD: FAT32 (<=32 GB); exFAT (>32 GB)
Photo Formats
RAW, JPEG, JPEG+RAW
VideoFormats
Micro SD: MP4/MOV (Codec: H.264)
X5R SSD: CinemaDNG (Codec: Lossless JPEG)
Supported Micro SD Cards
Class 10 or UHS-1 or above Micro SD cards
Max capacity of 64 GB
Supported X5R SSD
Capacity: 512 GB
Dimensions: 84.25 mm × 38 mm × 6.5 mm
Weight: 33 g
Operating temperature: 32° - 158° F (0° - 70° C)
Storage temperature: -40° - 185° F (-40° to 85° C)
Humidity: 5% -95%, non-condensing
X5R READER
Dimensions: 73.6 mm × 56 mm × 15 mm
Weight: 70 g
Operating Temperature: 0° to 40° C
Default Lens
Name
DJI MFT 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
Focal length
f=15 mm (35 mm format equivalent 30 mm)
Aperture type
7 diaphragm blades/circular aperture diaphragm
Maximum aperture
F1.7
Minimum aperture value
F16
Lens construction
9 elements in 7 groups (3 aspherical lenses)
In focus distance
0.2 m to ∞ (from the focus distance reference line)
Mount
Micro Four Thirds Mount
Angle of view
72°
Max. diameter
Approx. 2.26 inches (57.5 mm)
Overall length
Approx. 1.42 inches (36 mm)
Mass
115 g
Gimbal
Angular Vibration Range
±0.02°
Mount
Detachable
Controllable Range
Pitch:-90° to +30°
Pan:±320°
Max Controllable Speed
Pitch:120°/s
Pan:180°/s
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