DJI Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire Two drone for professional videographers
DJI is a pro when it comes to making drones, and they have proved their supremacy with offerings like the Phantom 4 and Inspire One. Just like every other product manufacturer DJI also wants to be the best at its game, so they keep coming up with better drones for the consumers. They want to capture the compact drone market with the latest Mavic drone, but their forte is the contemporary drone market where they are market leaders. Their latest launches are the Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire Two drones.
# DJI Phantom 4 Pro
Just eight months Phantom 4 was aunched by DJI, and now they have come-up with the next version, Phantom 4 Pro. It has a better 20 MP camera with 1-inch CMOS sensor and the capability to shoot 11.6 stops of dynamic range. It can shoot videos at 60 frames per second and 14 photos in burst mode. Obstacle avoidance has got better too with sensors on all four sides for better flight in backward or sideways direction.
Phantom 4 Pro has an increased top speed of 31 mph as compared to the 22 mph of its predecessor. Battery life has got a bit better with a flight time of 25 minutes to 30 minutes. There is a remote with the built-in display for which you’ll have to pay a little extra, around $300.
The drone will come at a price tag of $1,799 which is a bit on the higher side, and perfect for pro videographers.
# DJI Inspire 2
For professional filmmakers DJI is offering Inspire 2 drone made from magnesium-aluminum body for maximum agility and durability. The flying quadcopter has a top speed of 67 mph and a 360-degree camera gimbal for shooting intense action sequences. Just like the Phantom 4 Pro drone, Inspire 2 comes with the industry’s best obstacle avoidance technology. It has two separate cameras for capturing footage and navigating the drone through designated waypoints.
The drone has a massive range of 7 km which allows you to shoot long sequences of action.
A price tag of $2,999 clearly shows that it is made for professionals.