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DJI Phantom 4 Pro Drone Camera - White
|Video Capture Resolution||4K|
|Optical sensor size||1 inch|
|Item Weight||1.39 Kilograms|
|Optical sensor technology||CMOS|
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- 1 Inch, 20-megapixel sensor
- Able to shoot 4K at 60fps
- Mechanical shutter
- Obstacle sensing in 5 directions
- Remote controller without built-in screen
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Boasting a better camera, advanced obstacle avoidance, extended battery life, and additional intelligent flight modes, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro is an update to the Phantom 4 Quadcopter Drone. Its titanium alloy and magnesium alloy construction increases the rigidity and reduces the weight of the frame, and its 1-inch 20-megapixel sensor is able to shoot 4K/60fps video and Burst Mode stills at 14fps.
Aircraft body x 1, Remote controller x 1, Propeller pairs x 4, Intelligent Flight Battery x 1, Battery Charger x 1, Power Cable x 1, Manuals
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If you intend on doing any low light work (indoors, just pre sunrise/post sunset or night flying, the, this version, the Phantom 4 Pro is essential. I'm going to take a wild guess here, and say, at least to You and I, the regular Phantom 4 (appx £1000) - you're paying no more than £100 for the camera bit, at the MOST, and for the Phantom 4 Pro, I'd guess, you're paying most of that £440, towards the better camera. Again, I am guessing, but if you're buying a flying camera, you may as well pay 40% more cost, for 400% more camera. That's all my personal guesstimated opinion, but why strap a 50 pence plastic case to a £700 smart phone?
Superb quality images and gives the ability to take aerial shots and perspectives that would have been impossible without repeated huge outlays of money (not that this isn't a huge outlay in itself of course but it is a one off outlay).
The only negative is the lack of a zoom on the camera but that is presumably just a cost issue - I believe that you can get all sorts of camera additions, including thermal imaging, if you want them.
All in, the choice was between this and the Mavic Pro and this won, at least in part because it is more of a pro unit. No regrets so far. And superb photographs and films already.
Picture quality is nothing like a DSLR obviously but flight control is excellent though that battery life is punishingly short - you WILL need a spare and they're expensive.
It has been awful weather since the drone arrived so I have had plenty of time to familiarise myself with the controls and manual. I would advise any new drone pilot to do the same. This is a very complex and professional piece of kit.
I finally got the drone up for a first flight today and was not disappointed. This thing is sensitive to control, immensely stable and just superb. The first pictures are amazing in quality although I was concentrating on the piloting rather than the photography for the test flight!
I have done all the firmware upgrades with none of the issues experienced by the YouTube reviewers who all seem to make a meal of it. I am really looking forward to exploring the intelligent flight modes.
Incredibly impressed. This thing is simply amazing!