Phantom is one of the world's most popular consumer camera drones. Now in its fourth generation, it is equipped with a 4K/60fps video camera, 3-axis gimbal stabilizer, and obstacle sensing, and it can fly for up to 28 minutes.
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Did You Know?
According to DJI, drones have aided in at least 133 rescue operations, including a record amount of four rescues in one day on May 31, 2018.
More than 900 U.S. public safety agencies use drones.
Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is the 16th version of the Phantom series, counting small special editions.
In 2016, an amazing video was released of the Dutch National Police using a trained eagle to take down a Phantom DJI drone, as part of emergency response training.
- Capable of up to 28 minutes of flight time and 7 kilometer long-range control. Equipped with a 3-axis mechanical gimbal. 1-inch CMOS sensor camera shoots 4K video at 60 frames per second and 20-megapixel photographs. Features 5.5-inch 1080p screen with DJI Go app and remote controller. Obstacle sensing in five directions and avoidance in four directions. Compatible with DJI Googles (Pro).
- 19.6 cm | 7.7 in
- 28.95 cm | 11.4 in
- 28.95 cm | 11.4 in
- 1.375 kg | 3 lb (Pro V2.0)
- 72 km/h | 45 mph (S-mode), max speed
- Forward, backward, and downward vision systems. GPS + GLONASS. TOF on both sides (beginner and tripod mode use only). Infrared sensing system (Pro).
- DJI custom brushless motors
- 5,870-mAh 15.2-V lithium-polymer 4S battery, up to 28 minutes of operation
- DJI Go app built-in. OcuSync transmission (Pro). DJI Assistant 2 for Phantom.
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- $1,500 (Pro), $1,200 (Advanced)
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