This was the first real flight of my DJI Inspire 1 with the new X5 camera and gimbal. This unit is a Micro 4/3rds sensor which allows the use of several different lens options. The ability to have a higher quality camera with the option of interchangeable lenses on an aircraft the size of the Inspire 1 is a very exciting prospect and I am looking forward to getting out and shooting more with it.
The National Museum of Australia is home to a collection that preserves and explores the social history of Australia. The building is located on the Acton Peninsula on the waters of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, the capital city of Australia, and was opened in 2001. It is a colourful building designed around the idea of knotted ropes, which was intended to symbolise that the stories of Australia are not one but many different ones.
Image captured using a DJI Inspire 1, X5 camera with Olympus 12mm f2.0 lens, 1/640th of a sec @f8, ISO200.
Image was processed using Adobe Lightroom 6.3 and Google’s Nik Collection Dfine 2.0, Viveza 2 and Color Efex Pro 4.