Traditionally, aerial news footage required dispatching expensive news choppers. Today, with a DJI Phantom, a journalist can have their aerial camera in their backpack wherever they go ready for the moment they need an aerial shot. In situations where a journalist requires higher quality imaging than a Phantom the DJI Inspire Pro, equipped with the DJI Zenmuse X5 gives journalists 16 megapixel images and dynamic, clear 4K video. Through an add-on on the Phantom, or natively on the Inspire, connections are provided that allow a journalist to connect their aircraft directly to broadcasting systems to broadcast aerial footage live across the world. On the ground, news reports are traditionally static shots, with journalists limited by heavy equipment and no simple means to move the camera smoothly. Using the DJI Osmo, a journalist can now follow the story as it moves or take viewers through a scene while maintaining smoothness and clarity. Like the DJI Inspire, the Osmo can be upgraded with the Zenmuse X5 camera for higher imaging quality.