WIth the release of the DJI Mavic Pro, DJI has asserted itself again as the world's top drone manufacturer. The Mavic has been so widely popular that DJI has been unable to keep up with demand. So what do they do? Today they released two new products, the Phantom 4 Pro, and the Inspire 2. These are not just add on products with slight variations. These are professional products that move DJI so far ahead, no other company is even in the rearview mirror. Let's look at some of the features of these new products.
Phantom 4 Pro:
-4k Camera at 60fps
-20 megapixel stills
-5 directions of obstacle sensing
-optional built in monitor with 1080 video ($300 more)
-30 minute flight time and more!
These upgrades are significant enough to consider buying this drone when the price point comes in fairly low at $1499. DJi has raised the bar and effectively made the Phantom 3 a dinosaur in the professional drone market.
-records up to 5.2k CinemaDNG Raw
-27 minutes of flight time
-top speed of 67mph (0-50mph in 4 seconds)
-Smart return to home
-onboard FPV camera for dual flight control
-magnesium aluminum composite shell
-dual battery, redundency
There are so many features packed into the new DJI Inspire 2, it is almost unbelievable. It even has the ability to stream live news straight from the Inspire 2 simply by plugging into the news truck. The fpv camera is something pilots in the drone world have wanted for a long time. It makes dual operation for much easier where the pilot can focus on flying with his camera, and the camera operator can worry about getting the best shot possible. This is a serious cinematographers drone setup, no doubt.
DJI continues to push the boundaries in the drone market where few can keep up. Make sure you subscribe to the CasePro newsletter as we will have new cases available for the DJI Phantom 4 Pro and DJI Inspire 2 soon.
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