The dream of DJI and Hasselblad has always been to make the Mavic 2 Pro drone camera which exists where the requirements of the photographer, technology, and technology converge. A camera drone which embodies DJI’s all can redefine what’s possible for the world of photography, and innovative, signature technology. They have made this dream come true in producing the 2 cameras.
The Hasselblad name has been linked with cameras Nearly since the First days of photography. First merely selling, then producing the tools whereby vision is captured. And their tradition of designing cameras with photographers in mind, for superior image quality, for reliability and flexibility, goes back more than half a century. And the story behind the Mavic 2 camera is almost as intriguing as their history of camera making themselves.
A camera, the Hasselblad L1D-20c, sets a standard for picture quality that is aerial. With its strong 20MP 1″ detector, it gives improved lowlight shooting capabilities compared to previous DJI drone cameras. What’s more, using the Hasselblad Natural Colour Option (HNCS), images are captured with the utmost color precision.
DJI, the world’s leader in Hasselblad, the pioneer in medium format cameras and imaging technologies, and drones have teamed up to create an integrated photography program. DJI Mavic 2 Guru, including the Hasselblad L1D-20c that is developed, brings experiences to the field with advancements in photography.
In the event of photography, HNCS is the color space to capture colors and tones that are nuanced.
Collectively, Hasselblad and DJI have Accommodated the HNCS into the 2 Pro’s imaging Procedure. HNCS optimizes the picture captured by bringing a wider array of colors, delivering color accuracy out. When photographing images between sunsets or foliage, this system delivers the greatest organic colors without needing to choose from presets exposure presets used. This technology has been integrated to offer tonal and color rendering when capturing video and still pictures.
Arvid Viktor was soon proved wrong about the area’s potential profitability, and the photographic section became a large portion of F.W. Hasselblad & Co. Little did he know where his first tentative steps into film and camera import would finally lead.
When Arvid Viktor Hasselblad, son of the business’s founder and an avid amateur photographer, established a photographic division within the business, he’s reported to have commented,”I certainly do not feel that we’ll earn much money on this, but at least it will let us take pictures at no cost.”
The location of Gothenburg, with its proximity to the European continent as well as its historical trade relations with Britain, Holland, Denmark, Germany, and a lot of other nations, was perfect for a global import-export firm. F.W. Hasselblad & Co shortly became one of Sweden’s most prosperous trade homes. They also began importing products and supplies for the newly burgeoning field of photography.
Developing labs and a nation-wide network of retail outlets were created. The collaboration, based on trust and honor between two men, was a very successful one.
While on his honeymoon in England, Arvid Viktor met George Eastman, the man who would soon found the Kodak Company and create photography available to the average user. The two men formed a business venture, according to a simple handshake, that would endure for nearly 80 years. In 1888, Hasselblad started importing Eastman’s products as the only Swedish distributor. The rising popularity of photography and accompanying technical improvements in the area led to greater demand for photographic products, a requirement that the Hasselblad firm was more than delighted to meet. The photographic division of the company grew so quickly that in 1908, the family formed a different firm to take care of the increased business. This company, Hasselblad’s Fotografiska AB, was the exclusive Swedish distributor for what was currently Eastman Kodak products.
Karl Erik Hasselblad, the grandson of the business’s founder, realized just how much the family had benefited from photography — and acted accordingly. A shy and sensitive kid with two sisters and a younger brother, Victor loved country walks and acquired an interest in bird watching that would remain with him for the remainder of his life. Victor grew to a precocious teenager with a passion for photography, an interest he had inherited from his grandfather, and a decision to improve upon existing gear.
Sources say DJI and Hasselblad have plans on working on many more camera projects in the near future, maybe the Phantom 5 is on the list next. We all can agree this is a good thing and a design match made in heaven.