DJI Phantom 4 Pro

While it’s outer shell remains nearly unchanged, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro takes the brand’s already stellar flagship model and improves it further. The Pro adds in a longer 30 minute flight time, a couple of extra stereoscopic and new infrared sensors around the drone, and a better camera equipped with a 1-inch 20-megapixel CMOS sensor coupled to a custom lens. One thing this means for the pilot is better obstacle avoidance: notably, you can now enable this while flying faster, up to 31 mph, and it’ll detect objects in almost every direction while moving to avoid them. Moreover it now shoots 4K video at a super smooth 60fps, snaps 20-megapixel stills, and optionally comes with a remote that’s got a built-in 5.5-inch touchscreen display (though the standard smartphone-dependent remote is available at the base price). It’s also loaded with more modes and features, including Draw that lets you draw a route on the screen to have the drone follow that path plus ActiveTrack image recognition algorithms to follow and record subjects without a tracker and from various angles.

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