An integrated and extremely stabilised camera makes the DJI Phantom 3 Professional top of its class. The images are produced using a stainless steel 12-megapixel camera and as a result are of the highest HD quality. The video feature can shoot 4K video at up to 30 frames per second, making it revolutionary and clear-cut in its ability to deliver.
DJI’s portable communication device, Lightbridge, allows you to review live footage from up to two kilometres away using your updated iPhone or Android. And if that wasn’t monumental enough, the devices Vision Positioning technology automatically scans the peripheral area around its flight to ensure that only precise and stable footage is recorded.
The battery life is also unlike anything you’ve seen before. It may only have 23 minutes of flight time recording available (think of the quality), but it can very easily be charged within the hour by its 100-watt charger.
The Phantom Advanced poses a similar treat for the Drone aficionado. It has five flight modes – Follow Me, Course Lock, Waypoints, Home Lock and Point of Interest – to customise and optimise your flight experience. All iDrone performance modules are lightweight and worth every penny of that $2000 dollars, on average, you’ll spend to purchase one.