Phantom 4 Pro
DJI Has stepped up the game in drones in 2016 bring out the latest Phantom 4 Pro. Whether you want a drone for just having fun or using it to film clips and videos this drone is suited for everyone.
With the camera being a 1-inch 20 megapixel sensors used to produce the best and outstanding videos and photos you need. More powerful video processing supports 4k videos at 60fps and also 30fps with a 100bps bitrate. DJI says “Advanced sensors and processors ensure everything is captured with more image detail and the image data needed for advanced post-production”.
The new infrared 5-direction of Obstacle sensors and 4-direction of obstacle avoidance. The Phantom 4 Pro has infrared sensor systems on the left and right of the drone addition to the infrared sensors system there are high-resolution stereo vision sensors placed at the rear and front. With these attachments, flying the drone increases your confidence as a pilot.
Distance and Return-Home:
The new Phantom 4 Pro allows you to fly up to 7km away, but when in trouble the drone has installed a return-home. The Return-home system has been upgraded allowing it to automatically find the best route home depending on the environment conditions. When landing the Phantom 4 Pro will examine the ground and whether it is suitable spot to land, if the drone has detected water or an obstacle it will alert the pilot and hover at an appropriate height, helping the drone land safety.
The three main modes on the drone are Altitude Mode, Sports Mode, and Positional Mode. Altitude mode is for experienced pilots, altitude mode does not have GPS attached so it will blow in the wind. Sports Mode has the ability to fly high speeds which is an amazing feature for reaching a destination or follow a motorised vehicle, bonus to the sports mode it has GPS. Positional mode, this is the main mode to learn on. Positional Mode is the best feature for recording footage and learning to fly.