Chinese online streaming website Youku Tudou Inc has joined hands with Shenzhen drone maker DJI to integrate online video sharing with the latter's newly launched devices on Wednesday.
DJI newly-released drone model- Phantom 3, screenshot from the official website.
Chinese online streaming website Youku Tudou Inc has joined hands with domestic drone maker DJI to integrate online video sharing with the latter's newly launched devices on Wednesday.
Three product release events were simultaneously held in New York, London and Munich by DJI, the world's largest supplier of civilian drones.
The company unveiled two new drones during the events, the Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced priced at $1259 and $999 respectively.
The Phantom 3 Professional is capable of shooting 4K video at up to 30 frames per second, while the Phantom 3 Advanced records at resolutions up to 1080p at 60 frames per second.
The application packaged with the devices provides a "director" feature, which can automatically edit the best shots from flights into short videos that can be shared immediately after landing.
The upgraded app also allows pilots to live-stream their flights to online video sharing platforms, such as YouTube or Youku.
Youku live-streamed one of the events held in New York for the company's Chinese fans.