DJI has become a big household name when it comes to drones. Over the years, the company has proven itself worthy of praise when it comes to drone quality. When DJI revealed the Mavic Pro a couple of months ago, there were even issues regarding the company's inability to meet the demand in quantity of the Mavic Pro. In fact, DJI is still in the process of clearing all orders made for that uber-compact drone. Nevertheless, it looks like the Mavic Pro's shipment issues did not affect the company's ability to produce a new set of drones. Just recently, DJI once again refreshed the drone market with new drone units.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro
The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is the successor to last season's Phantom 4. This drone is 4K enabled but its biggest asset is probably its super-durable body. Sure, constant travelers may not exactly be enticed by the Phantom 4 Pro's solid and un-portable feels, but that's what the Mavic Pro is for. The Phantom 4 Pro is pretty much for people looking for a very durable and solid drone.
The Phantom 4 Pro is still as intelligent as most of DJI drones are. It's got obstacle avoidance in all four directions and it's also got obstacle sensing in five directions. The Phantom 4 Pro also boasts of its camera quality that is pretty much as powerful and as stable as non-flying cameras. This means that shooting objects in motion won't be a big problem with this drone. Furthermore, the Phantom 4 Pro also comes with an impressive remote control that comes with a very bright display.
DJI Matrice 600 Pro
This new drone called the DJI Matrice 600 Pro is likewise a successor to an older season DJI drone. Needless to say, this 2016 drone still has all of its predecessor's assets. However, the Matrice 600 Pro has been improved in many ways including its flight performance. Furthermore, this new drone also comes with advanced battery technologies. Take note that the Matrice 600 Pro has six charging hubs and a longer-than-average flying time.
Matrice 600 Pro's battery system also has an impressive monitoring system for its batteries while in flight. This means that if one of the batteries turns off, the rest of the batts will follow suit. Users of the Matrice 600 Pro are also assured of safe landing in rare but plausible cases where there is battery failure.
DJI Inspire 2
If there is one big thing that the Inspire 2 is proud of, it probably is its double camera system. This new drone has two cameras which means that videographers and cinematographers would appreciate it very much. Not only does it deliver high quality footage, it also comes with a very sturdy build. The Verge says that the Inspire 2 has a flying height capacity of 16400 feet above sea level. You can just imagine the sight and scope you can shoot in that range. The Inspire 2 also has no problem flying in winter season and in a very snowy environment because it comes with a self-heating battery system.
The DJI Inspire 2's dual camera is pretty much its biggest pride. It has a 2-axis camera below that rotates in different directions and it also has a frontal camera with two axis. Furthermore, you can use a camera with interchangeable lenses to maximize the quality of your videography. Needless to mention, the Inspire 2, just like most of DJI drones, also comes with all the amazing intelligent flying features DJI is known for.