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inspire2 has been designed for filmmakers and photographers.inspire2 top speed is 67mph and it's acceleration from 0 to 50mph is just 4 second.its dual battery system guarantees up to 27 minutes of flight time.it could recieve 16404 up to sea surface.But the most important component of the Inspire 2 are its eyes—two onboard Zenmuse X4S and X5S cameras, one forward facing one for the pilot and one on a gimbal for the filmmaker. The drone can capture beyond 4K resolution with a bitrate up to 100Mbps.
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Although the Inspire 2 is an impressive flying machine, the Phantom is DJI's workhorse. The new Phantom 4 Pro now features a camera with a 1-inch 20-megapixel sensor and almost 12 stops of dynamic range. It can capture slow-motion 4K video up to 60 frames-per-second at a maximum bitrate of 100 mbps. In addition, the Phantom 4 Pro offers H.265 video compression, which substantially improves video quality at the same bitrate. One of the coolest features is the FlightAutonomy System which includes three sets of onboard visual systems that build a 3D map of obstacles in front, behind, and below the drone, as well as infrared sensing systems on both sides. This system can position, navigate, and plan routes, while avoiding complex environments. This is extremely useful when the drone returns home and for takeoff and landing. Phantom 4 Pro battery provides up to 30 minutes of flight time and flies at 31 mph with obstacle avoidance in effect, and has a 45 mph top speed in sport mode. A new compact remote controller comes with an optional high luminance display, providing a clear and vivid live HD view from the main camera which is even viewable in direct sunlight. You can also still use your iPhone or tablet as a display. The aircraft will automatically choose between 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz once powering on to gain a clear signal and the controller has a built-in GPS, compass, Micro-SD card slot and HDMI port.
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