- Lightweight, easily transportable design makes it easy to capture amazing images on the go
- Weighing just 3.3kg (7.2lb), the S900 has a maximum take-off weight of 8.2kg (18lb)
- Compatible with DJI’s Zenmuse Z15, GH3, GH4, and BMPCC gimbals for professional quality images and video
Hong Kong, August 4, 2014 – DJI, the market leader in flying camera technology, announced today the launch of the DJI Spreading Wings S900, a powerful hexacopter that allows creators and innovators unprecedented portability and ease of use in capturing high-quality images from the sky.
The S900 provides a lightweight frame and foldable arms making it easily transportable to anywhere aerial photographers and filmmakers want to go. It is also compatible with other innovative DJI tools including the DJI Lightbridge video downlink and the Zenmuse Z15, GH3, GH4 and BMPCC gimbals, providing a broad number of imaging options.
Weighing in at 3.3kg (7.2lb) the S900 uses DJI’s fastest electronic speed controller (ESC) and strong 4114 pro motors, allowing it to have a take-off weight of 8.2kg (18lb). It can fly for up to 18 minutes when paired with a 6S 12000mAh battery and carrying a 6.8kg (15lb).
Featuring the same low mounting brackets, retractable landing gears and vibration dampening that has been a hallmark of DJI’s professional Spreading Wings series, the S900 is uniquely compact enough to carry in the back of a small car, allowing pilots to capture professional-quality aerial images anywhere.
DJI also redesigned the S900’s power distribution board to minimize the number of cables, creating a system that is easier to setup, more reliable during flight, and safer to use.
The DJI S900 is available for pre-order through authorized dealers across the globe for an MSRP of up to US$3,800, depending on flight controller and gimbal options. Find out more at DJI.com/S900