DJI ZENMUSE P1
45MP CAMERA SENSOR for the MATRICE 300 RTK.
DJI's flagship Matrice 300 RTK is a highly capable, robust aerial platform that can handle a variety of different tasks. However, until now the M300 RTK has been lacking a true photogrammetry camera payload. The Zenmuse P1 changes that!
The P1 is a full-frame 45MP sensor with a mechanical shutter that is designed for high-accuracy photogrammetry missions. On the M300 RTK platform, the P1 takes efficiency and accuracy to a whole new level.
The P1 and M300 RTK are a photogrammetry powerhouse and the combination of high-accuracy aerial mappers have been waiting for. It is the ideal system for 2D orthomosaics missions, 3D oblique missions, detailed modeling missions, and even real-time mapping missions using DJI Terra software.
FULL FRAME CAMERA
Efficiency to Cover it All
- 45 MP Full-frame Sensor
- 4.4µm Pixel Size
- Low-noise, high sensitivity imaging extends daily operational time
- Ability to take a photo every 0.7 seconds during the flight
- TimeSync 2.0 aligns the camera, flight controller, RTK module, and gimbal at the microsecond level
MULTIPLE FIXED-FOCUS LENS OPTIONS
- Supports lenses with the DJI DL mounts
- Global Mechanical Shutter
- Shutter speed 1/2000 seconds
- Sends the median exposure pulse in microseconds
- Ground Sampling Distances (GSD)
- 24mm: GSD (CM) = Height (m)/55
- 35mm: GSD (CM) = Height (m)/80
- 50mm: GSD (CM) = Height (m)/120
SMART OBLIQUE CAPTURE
In addition to the Livox Lidar module the L1 features a RGB Sensor:
- With Smart Oblique Capture the P1 is capable of covering 7.5km² (3 sq. mi.)
- Smart Oblique Capture automatically rotates the P1 gimbal to take photographs at different angles, as needed, during the photogrammetry flight
- Smart Oblique Capture ensures that only essential photos for the reconstruction are captured, as photos are taken along the edges of the flight thus eliminating extraneous photos
- The result is an increased efficiency of post-processing by 20% to 50%
With Fieldwork Report, a user can verify the quality of the mission immediately post-flight. Verifying the number of images acquired, RTK status and positioning accuracy.
Ensuring that the flight data and imagery is acceptable before leaving the field.