DJI Ronin 4D is DJI’s first film camera, equipped with a full-frame Zen Si X9 pantai camera and integrated with a four-axis stabilization system, LiDAR laser focusing system and wireless picture transmission control system. It starts at 46,888 yuan for 6K and 74,888 yuan for 8K.
The Zenix X9 camera is equipped with a replaceable bayonet design that supports not only DJI’s self-developed DL bayonet, but also the official Leica M bayonet, third-party Alai PL bayonet and SONY E bayonet.
Today, Ronin 4D’s new accessory L bayonet Assembly goes on sale, priced at 2,499 yuan. This means that Ronin 4D has now officially added L bayonet support, allowing the Ronin 4D machine to support the installation of Leica, Panasonic and Shima L bayonet lenses.
Thanks to a short flange distance of only 20 mm, the L bayonet design reduces the distance between the lens and the sensor, allowing for leveling of the head. The bayonet is made of high-quality wear-resistant stainless steel with an active locking structure that ensures a precise and tight connection between the camera and the lens at all times.
When part of L bayonet lens is used with Ronin 4D, it can support the electric adjustment of aperture. Besides, it can realize the functions of automatic focusing and manual self-focusing without calibration of LiDAR focus rangefinder, so as to obtain the usage experience almost consistent with DL bayonet lens.
Leica first launched its L bayonet in 2014 and now has 10 cameras and more than 50 lenses in the alliance. Dji officially joined the Leica L bayonard Alliance on June 15, 2022, which currently includes DJI, Leica, Sima, Panasonic and Leitz.