DJI Phantom 4 Review

DJI Phantom 4 Review

A sleek and new design with lightweight magnesium unibody frame, obstacle avoidance camera, advanced video modes, two-point-of-use global base, and obstacle avoidance system are some of the most impressive features DJI has brought with the new Phantom 4 drone. With advances in its sophisticated power management system and its innovative power efficient motor, the Phantom 4 quadcopter already boasts up to 32 minutes flight time. Its high resolution camera shoots HD (High Definition) video in both UHD (Ultra High Definition) and DCI (Digital Cinema Imaging) formats. It also offers a high-precision touch screen control system and is capable of operating in flight mode with a remote controller.

 

In its flight mode, it can be controlled by a handheld transmitter or by the controller itself, which provides a more natural, easy and safe way of controlling it. This can be controlled even while in a moving vehicle like a car, truck, or bus. Even while indoors, the controller will always stay in one place, and you will not have to worry about your child getting too close or messing up with its controls.

 

The flight mode can be used for both indoor and outdoor flying. It has a three-dimensional obstacle avoidance system which guides the drone into the right direction so that it avoids hitting any obstacles in the path it is traveling. It will take off straight without encountering any obstacles during its travel. In addition to this, the device also uses the obstacle avoidance system to steer the camera at low angles, which allows you to capture images in different angles.

 

DJI Phantom series of quadcopters can be used for both indoor and outdoor flights. It features a one-foot flight range while flying indoors, while it can fly up to five miles at an altitude. It is also capable of achieving the same altitude even when not in use.

 

Aerial Photography The Phantom 4 is capable of taking high quality photos in both indoor and outdoor conditions. It is also capable of panning while recording videos. You can view its videos directly on a TV monitor or even on your PC. It is also capable of capturing clear, crisp images even with low lighting conditions.

 

The DJI Phantom has a great memory, which allows it to save hundreds of images and videos. Even when the battery dies, the device will continue to store all the data until another power source is acquired. It can even recover deleted images or video clips, even if there is no power available.

 

While the camera has a single button for operation, it can record multiple photos at a time by pressing the shutter release button twice. And the DJI Phantom 4 also has a self-timer function, which allows it to take photos for a longer period of time.

 

As mentioned earlier, DJI Phantom is powered by a lithium ion battery. It charges by using the USB connection. It is a fully-charged battery when it is first turned on, and then charges the battery by using the USB cord again when it is switched off.

 

The DJI Phantom 4 can be charged using the standard USB cable, but it can also be charged using the optional wireless charging feature of this device. The device is compatible with both the new and the old USB ports of most modern computers. In addition to this, it is also compatible with the iPod, so that it can easily be operated as a remote control.

 

It is also capable of communicating with the DJI Go mobile controller, which lets you fly the camera from a distance. It also has a built-in rechargeable battery. which can be recharged automatically when it is out of battery power.

 

Remote Control Sticks It has three standard sticks for controlling the device, which includes the stick for moving the camera, and the stick for controlling the camera's zoom level. In addition to this, you can also use the stick for shooting pictures and videos. and you can control the drone with your hands. The stick can also be used for controlling the altitude of the drone.

 

If you want to move the camera, you just have to press the "pan" button on the stick and your video will be played. If you want to capture a picture, just press the button on the stick and the DJI Phantom will automatically start to move and take a photo. You can even shoot videos while moving the drone.