Here is the most wanted DJI Phantom 4 which is said to be the world’s first intelligent drone. This drone has finally launched in India at Rs 1,21,000. DJI is the well known global leader in unmanned aerial vehicles. This is the latest drone from company in the Phantom series with top technical specifications and options.
DJI Phantom 4 is capable of maintaining maximum flight time of 28 minutes and can travel at 20 metres per second in sport mode. This is a well updated model which receives significant upgrade over previous Phantom 3 drone. The all new self-aware feature makes this device the first intelligent drone in the market.
DJI Phantom 4 features special on-board intelligence system. With this support the device can offers greater control of camera to videographers. There is also obstacle sensing system, active tracking and tapfly function. DJI Phantom 4 is a best option for those who love photography and even beginners can fly with confidence.
The special obstacle sensing system in DJI Phantom 4 acts by two forward facing optical sensors that scan for obstacles and automatically directs the drone when it senses obstacles around. When DJI Phantom 4 cannot go around the obstacle, it is highly intelligent enough to halt to a stop.
DJI Phantom 4’s obstacle sensing system works in response to ‘Return to Home’ command. This will reduce the risk of collision when automatically flying back to the takeoff point. There is also ActiveTrack function which works as follow me feature. With the use of DJI GO app on Android or iOS device, users can keep the camera and drone centered around the subject.
DJI Phantom 4 gets a high clarity 12MP camera which is capable of recording 4K videos at 30fps and Full HD videos at 120fps. Company has well sealed the camera gimbal with an aluminium casing. This offers better stability while shooting aerial videos. The drone is best meant for aerial photograhy and videography.
DJI Phantom 4 packed with dual IMUs and dual compass for better experience. The drone gets support from dual sonar sensors and dual optical sensors for better landing. The Sport Mode allows users to fly the drone at 20 metres per second. Anyway, if you purchase it, try to get permission from DGCA before flying these drones.