What About DJI phantom 4 pro +?

The latest machine from the drone leader DJI is the Phantom 4 Pro+ that features a 3-axis stabilized camera gimbal. It has a 20 MP, 1” CMOS sensor which is capable of capturing up to 4K/60fps video along with photo bursts at up to 14 fps. This is actually an advanced version of its predecessor the Phantom 4 and it boasts a magnesium alloy frame for enhanced versatility and lower weight.medium_15ffd2d3-35f1-41ef-aa45-bdd8dbfa3aa1_1024x1024

Its revolutionary Flight Autonomy system includes double rear-vision sensors plus infrared sensing for five directions of obstacle sensing and four directions of obstacle avoidance. The Phantom 4 Pro+ boasts a superior-brightlite display included right into the remote controller.

The built-in camera is known to be a first for the Phantom range: a 1-inch 20-megapixel CMOS sensor that is totally awesome. Also a custom-made lens made up of eight objects is managed in seven groups. The camera features a one-of-its-kind of mechanical aperture that removes rolling shutter falsification that can take place when capturing images of rapidly moving objects or when cruising at super speed.

In terms of video processing, the gimbal provides ground for H.264 4K videos at 60 fps or H.265 4K at 30 fps, both recorded in a 100 Mbps bitrate. Its high-end processors and sensors make sure that detailed images are captured along with smoother processing of image data.

The Phantom 4 Pro+ camera is known to carry an aerial-enhanced f/2.8 wide-angle lens along with a 24 mm corresponding focal length. It boast of eight elements — two aspherical — lined up in seven groups that firmly sits into a subtly smaller frame. Its images are found to be stead and meticulous with less distortion and reduced dispersion, guaranteeing that photos and videos remain clear and vibrant.




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