DJI has revealed the pricing and availability of the Multilink, its new wireless connector that supports a master controller and up to 3 additional slave controllers.
It allows slave networks to form a star network with the master controller as the hub, and aims to offer aerial filmmakers more options in camera control and in-flight monitoring.
Designed to be used with the Inspire 2 and Cendence remote controllers, DJI confirmed the Multilink will retail for £76 ($99) and £218 ($282) for a combo that includes 3 Multilinks.
With a dual-band operating frequency of 2.4GHz or 5.8GHz, the slave controllers can maintain a steady connection to the master controller at distances of up to 150m from each other.
The latency between the master controller and the slave controllers is as low as 2.5ms (5.8G)/ 3.7ms (2.4G), allowing for a reliable live-feed of the aircraft’s camera to additional monitors.
The new product is now available from store.dji.com, DJI flagship stores and authorised dealers in US, Europe and mainland China.
Last week, CDP reported on the breaking news at DJI that corruption was going to cost it £115 in losses.
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