DJI’s announcement of not one but two new drones and cameras, the very impressively specced Inspire 2 and the prosumer Phantom 4 Pro, shows that it is still driving drone R&D as hard as ever.
While the new Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro were causing lots of initial excitement after their announcements, DJI has got another ace up its sleeve that fell somewhat below the radar: monitoring.
We’ve detailed recently the hoops you have to go through to get a professional drone license nowadays, but for those that just want to shoot some video for their own use, DJI has just released the $799 Phantom 3 Standard.
Guest author George Krieger, cinematographer and drone pilot (amongst many other things) takes us on a drone tour circa 2015, revealing the hottest consumer drones that will undoubtedly find their way to productions near you.
PremiumBeat is running a cracker of a competition giving you the chance of winning a DJI Mavic Pro and other great prizes.
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