The DJI Phantom Vision 2

If you want to get into photography using air multirotors there are a number of options available. You can build your own or buy a commercially produced quadrirotor. Some of the most popular models are the blades 350 QX, the Hubsan X4, and the DJI Phantom series.

In this article, we focus on the DJI Phantom and the DJI Phantom Vision. Both are any differences, including loans to fly packages (RTF) that have impressive technical specifications, but they scored well. The DJI Phantom Vision is the newest addition to the family and provides DJI experience FPV straight out of the box (provided you have a suitable tablet or smart phone). This is the biggest improvement over the ghost of the previous generation. It also comes with a standard HD camera stabilization step. The device has enough great features well. You can set time of shooting, you can shoot in RAW format, which is something that even GoPros offer. Another great feature of the vision is the GPS security feature. If you lose control of it and lose it, the quadrirotor broadcast the coordinates of the last known GPS so you can always track him down.

Some of the disadvantages of going with a commercial product rather than building it yourself is that you must deal with the proprietary product. For example, with the DJI Vision, you are limited to batteries it takes. Also the accessories are more expensive than if you bought the standard accessories.

But overall, for someone who is looking for a complete solution to help them get into the hobby, the Phantom and DJI DJI Phantom Vision quadrirotor are great to go with. Remember to always fly responsibly and be aware of the safety of those around you. Do not fly over people or areas and practices in populated areas.

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