DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 Drone
DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 Quadcopter Drone 4K 60fps Camera, 7km range, Obstacle Sensing
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DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2: Quieter Drones
Freedom in a Single HandThe DJI Phantom is iconic within consumer drones, being an easy entry point for beginners to the drone market and being a solid drone when you’re even at an advanced level. With its 4K camera underneath, the Phantom 4 Pro is perfect for those who want to expand their filming capabilities in the air, without going to the lengths to get into massive, expensive alternate drones. The Phantom 4 Pro+ V2 has been updated to be quieter, reducing the noise by 60%.
4K Camera in the Air
A Wonderful CameraThe Phantom 4 Pro prides itself on its wonderful 4K Camera, which with its 1-inch image sensor blows other drone cameras out of the water. It allows for a lot more light to be taken in, giving you a higher quality shot over other consumer level drones. The sensor is also four time bigger than previous models, also boasts a maximum ISO of 12800.
Never to be Classed ObsoleteWhile not the newest on the market, it’s not rendered obsolete by the fact that it’s a couple years old, but actually still holds its own, especially with the mechanical shutter, giving you more control over your shot and eliminating rolling shutter distortion.
Improvements over the Original
A Step Above ItselfAlmost everything on the Phantom 4 Pro V2 has been improved over its predecessors, from the dynamic range and sensor size, to resolution of the image after its done processing, which, has also been improved over the original Phantom 4. The aperture can be altered now too, from f2.8-11.
D-Log, H.265When you’re capturing glorious shots of landscapes on your expedition, you need only the best. 4K video is an incredible amount of data to parse, so DJI have fitted the Phantom 4 Pro with an upgraded and optimised processor that is capable of supporting H.265 or H.264 at 100Mbps. When shooting in H.264, you’ll be able to get stunning 4K 60fps, with delightful D-log to enhance your photos or video with the best in image data for colour grading.
5-Direction SensingThe Phantom 4 Pro features FlightAutonomy, which combined with its high resolution vision sensors, allows the drone to have a 5-direction obstacle sensing ability, with 4-direction of obstacle avoidance, meaning you don’t have to worry about your drone crashing horrifically into the side of something, as the built-in sensors will give it enough information for you to fly through even the tightest of spots.
The Phantom 4 Pro V2 comes with DJI's Autonomous presets once hooked up to the app, with ActiveTrack, to ensure you follow your subject at all times and Return Home, which will force the drone to fall back to an original starting point. Gesture Mode and TapFly make use of a simple method to fly, either by tapping on the screen of your phone or making gestures into the camera that it recognises.
|Legal Max Height in the UK||400 ft|
|Max Flight Time||30 minutes|
|Weight (with payload)||1388 grams|
|Weight (without payload)||N/A|
|Still Image Resolution||5472x3648|
|Storage Support||Max 128GB MicroSD Card (Class 10 or UHS-1)|
|CAA Registration Needed?||Yes|
|Included in the Box||
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- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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Date Issued: 24th Jul 2017
An unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), better known as a drone, is a type of aircraft that is controlled remotely and is therefore flown without a human in the cockpit. Drones come in all shapes and sizes, from military UAVs primed for reconnaissance and missile deployment through to civilian drones for applications as varied as aerial photography, product deliveries, and keeping tabs on agriculture and livestock.