DJI Introduces the New DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter

DJI does it again introducing the new Phantom 4 with an unbelievable feature set with a friendly sticker price. You can fly the Phantom 4 by simply tapping on your smart device screen, and sensors placed below and on the front of the Phantom 4 allow it to react to avoid obstacles or automatically fly over obstacles.

Visual tracking on the DJI Phantom 4 can lock onto a subject and follow as they move. Extended flight times now up to 28 minutes, and an HD video downlink that can stream up to 3.1 miles away. Includes optimized flight modes, whether you want satellite positioning, smooth flowing footage, or high speed. Speaking of High Speeds, the stronger motors and aerodynamic shape of the Phantom 4 allow it to fly up to 45mph.

DJI Phantom 4 HighLights

  • Avoid obstacles automatically.
  • Track moving subjects automatically using ActiveTrack.
  • TapFly lets you fly with a tap of the finger.
  • Smart Return Home allows the Phantom to avoid obstacles as it returns home.
  • 28 minute maximum fight time, maximum control range of 3.1mi (5km).
  • Maximum speed of 44mph (72kmh).
  • Integrated gimbal for greater camera stability and smoother footage.
  • Optimized Vision Positioning System raises positioning altitude up to 10 meters.
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    4 thoughts on “DJI Introduces the New DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter

    1. Is it possible to switch camera's with this drone? Would it be possible to swap the camera for BlackMagic Design Micro Cinema Camera?

    2. I think that it looks pretty good. I just hate the fact that they changed the design again to the point where you have to repurchase all the accessories over again. This is like the third time the changed the batteries. Not cool in my opinion.

    3. Hogo

      Looks cool. I don't have a huge amount of trust in any company's auto flight modes yet though.

    4. lots of beginner-friendly features. for experienced pilots it's more about image quality at this point. the p4 does 120fps at 1080 but to me the visual quality looks roughly the same as p3.

      if i didn't have the p3 this would be a no brainer of course

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