For the past few weeks I've been able to play with the new DJI Inspire 1 Pro drone and X5 Micro Four Thirds camera and gimbal. The entire system is amazing but I have to admit that I thought it was a bit overkill for the average drone user... That is until I saw this video and realized the X5 works with the Osmo.
DJI put together an amazing short film that was shot completely hand-held with the DJI Osmo and x5 camera. When you put this little camera in a scene that has been professionally lit and styled, and then color grade the footage, it looks amazing. I always thought that the Inspire 1 Pro and X5 was a bit too large to use while traveling, but the X5 attached to an Osmo may be the most convenient video camera system I've ever seen. This system seems like the ultimate choice for wedding videographers who are on their feet all day and need to be able to run and gun quickly.
Below you can see an ISO test that we put together to compare the low-light performance of the X5 with a Nikon D750 and GoPro 4. Although the X5 will never be as sensitive as a full-frame DSLR, the little sensor is able to work extremely well even in low light and it is able to take stunning 4K footage which is far superior to our 1080p producing DSLR.