ByGB Blog Official 2016-11-21 1078
DJI says the Inspire 2 is power beyond imagination, because so many updates and improvements were implemented. After reading the highlight features below, you’re going to agree with them!
♦ Aluminum magnesium alloy body makes it tougher and lighter.
♦ 108km/h top speed, and 9m/s of climb/descent.
♦ Flying time up to 27 minutes: dual battery system supports the drone returning home if one battery fails.
♦ Automatic heating system allows it to fly in cold climate (-20°C).
♦ Lightbridge technology, for signal frequency switching between 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz.
♦ New image processor (CineCore 2.0) allows even faster file processing.
♦ Obstacle avoidance: detect obstacles up to 30 meters ahead.
Phantom 4 Pro
The Phantom 4 Pro is an upgrade from last year's Phantom 4, so it's more powerful and smarter. With an excellent image sensor and H.265 coding format support, let’s take a closer look!
♦ Strong obstacle avoidance function: equipped with front and rear sensors that detect obstacles up to 30 meters away.
♦ 1.0” 20.0MP sensor capable of shooting 4K video at 60fps.
♦ Downward visual system helps the Pro avoiding landing on uneven ground or water.
♦ Maximum flying time has increased to ~30 minutes.
♦ Lightbridge HD video transmission system uses 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz signal frequency band and enable it transmits video from 7km away.
♦ Smart return function: automatic choose the best way to return home based on environment.
♦ New flight modes added allow the Phantom 4 Pro fly through narrow environments, like windows or doorway, etc.
While the Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro are priced higher than other drones, they deliver true a professional grade flying grade experience for unparalleled video shooting, obstacle avoidance, and other insane features.
Order the devices if you want to be the undisputed king of the sky with cutting edge drones.
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