DJI buys stake in Hasselblad – the company that supplies cameras to NASA

Aerial photography has met cutting edge drone technology, as DJI has announced it will take a minority stake in the Hasselblad Group.

DJI is a Chinese aerial technology company, responsible for a number of innovations in drone technology. It recently unveiled the Manifold, an embedded supercomputer for drones, and has also released plans for a future concept drone that would allow users to ‘sky paint’ at will.

Hasselblad produces high-quality professional cameras and has a history of aerial photography — some of it extreme; Hasselblad technology has been used on several NASA missions, including the first landing on the moon and several Apollo missions. Twelve Hasselblad cameras remain on the surface of the Moon.

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