Dji announced this Friday 14 April the Dji Phantom 4 Advanced. A slight evolution, which borrows features from the Pro model.
No Spark, but the Phantom 4 series now has a little brother. DJI, the famous manufacturerof drones, today unveils a new model: the Phantom 4 Advanced. The camera of the product has been improved and the drone is able to shoot in 4K at 60 frames per second. Video processing now supports H.264 video codecs to 60 fps or H.265 at 30 fps.
The Dji Phantom 4 Advanced is also full of new features, borrowed directly the Phantom 4 Pro. It will be possible to use the TapFly, allowing moving towards a place by tapping the screen of pilotage, but also the Draw mode, which proposes to draw the finger the route for the drone to follow to get from point A to point B. Finally, the Active Track to track a subject in motion, and depending on the angle of view you choose.
DJI announced an improved battery, with a range of 30 minutes, and the integration of a port microSD cards up to 128 GB. Also, note that there is a version Advanced +, so the controller incorporates a Full HD of 5.5 inches.
The availability of the phantom 4 advanced is scheduled for April 30, and its price is announced to 1349 dollars. For the version Advanced +, it will cost $ 1649.