CrystalSky is DJI's much anticipated outdoor aerial imaging monitor featuring an ultra-bright screen that's visible in direct sunlight. It's designed to work with the DJI GO app and can be mounted to the Cendence control for a complete control/monitoring system. With a maximum screen brightness of 2000 nit, on-screen details are clear and sharp, making fine-tuning a breeze. The monitor is equipped with dual microSD card slots to record footage and supports H.264 and H.265 video for 30 fps and 60 fps playback. 

The aforementioned Cendence is DJI's stand alone remote controller compatible with Inspire 1 and Inspire 2. It features five analog control channels and over ten customizable buttons. The dual joystick design has two knobs on the front to control gimbal pitch and yaw while left/right levers and the focus adjust knob tunes flight control settings and the gimbal camera in real-time. 

Also introduced is Tracktenna, a directional array antenna that enhances the communications to your drone for up to 6 miles (10 km) of coverage through a high-gain signal at 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz. 

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