It features an upright 4K Full HD camera, capable of taking footage in 60 FPS, as opposed to standard 30 FPS recording. The body is made of titanium and magnesium alloy, which helped reduce the drone’s weight and increase the flight time.

It also has a rear vision, which this drone utilizes once the Flight Autonomy is activated. The 20 MP Camera is tiny (1-inch) and light, but still well built and integrated. It features mechanical shutter, which helps stabilize the footage recording. Camera sensors also help record even the tiniest detail even when you are flying at high speed.

Flight autonomy helps drone detect and avoid obstacles, from all directions and angles. This not only helps protect the drone from the potential collision but also allows photographers to take more complex and sophisticated footage from virtually any corner.

The remote controller has a built-in screen, powered by 5.8 GHz transmission, though you can set the standard 2.4 GHz transmission. Make sure you adjust the transmission accordingly, depending on the area you are flying over. If the area you are flying over is dense and used extensively, switch to the 5.8 GHz mode to avoid stuttering and lag while recording.

Beginners will probably enjoy the TapFly mode(waypoint control). In essence, you select the area you want your drone to fly, and it will immediately follow your orders while minding the obstacles in its path. Note that you can still use different camera modes as you are using the TapFly feature.

Like most sophisticated drones, DJI Phantom 4 PRO features Return To Home mode, meaning that the drone will return to the point of liftoff on your command. Moreover, thanks to the Gesture Mode, you can control the drone via simple gesture movements (read instruction manual).

The drone is smart and highly responsive, featuring double integrated compasses and Internal Measuring Units (IMU, see Wiki for more info). It consistently updates the data, measuring and calculating speed, altitude, range, while at the same time minding the surroundings and making sure it doesn’t crash.

Most importantly, it stays up to 30 minutes in the air. Another great thing is that, once you set everything up, the application will show you the remaining battery life, so that you can safely land it on time. And guess what, the batteries will discharge on their own if you aren’t using them over an extended period; in short, they’ll maintain themselves.

The maximum controllable range for this drone is 4.3 miles, but you’ll lose the video control range once you go beyond 1.5 miles. All in all, if you are looking for an amazing professional drone with long flight time, DJI Phantom 4 PRO might be a solid option.

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