THE DJI officially launched, but without much fanfare, its new high-end consumer drone, the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0. The main novelty is in new propellers with noise reduction technology, something that had been previously indicated in the product registration in FCCregulator USA.
Official Website: DJI Phantom Pro V2.0
The new parts should be a little quieter than those of the previous model, the Phantom 4 Proresulting in a slight 4Db reduction in the operating volume of the gadget.
Another difference from the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 compared to its predecessor is in its weight, which is now 1,375g, against 1,388g of the previous model.
Otherwise, the products are very similar, which explains DJI's decision not to make a big announcement. The camera still uses the same sensor. Exmor R CMOS 20MP and 1 inch.
In addition to having a mechanical shutter, the drone is still capable of recording 4K and 60fps video and has a burst shooting mode at 14 frames per second.
Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 arrives with a system called FlightAutonomy, which includes dual rear view sensors that, combined with infrared sensors, can detect objects in 5 different directions.
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The drone still has the ability to maneuver to deflect them in 4 different directions, with sensors within 30 meters range.
Some things from the new gadget are compatible with the Phantom 4 Pro. This includes its new propellers, batteries, chargers and ND filters. However, remote control from one device does not work with the other.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is already on sale and offered in 3 different configurations. The cheapest comes with standard control and costs $ 1,500 ($ 5,300 for direct conversion).
The drone is still available in a 5.5-inch screen edition in control for $ 1.8m there and another with DJI racing glasses for $ 2,200.
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