Best DJI Drones To Buy This Year: Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 Pro, Inspire 2

By Ten L. , Updated Dec 03, 2016 09:17 AM EST
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DJI has been a widely recognized name when it comes to drones and just these past recent months, more drone models have been added to the company's collection. If you liked the past DJI drones, you will surely love its new ones. These new drones still have all the amazing intelligent flying features that DJI has been known for and they all bring in something extra to the market.

DJI Mavic Pro

The Mavic Pro is one of the most popular drones right now, especially for travelers. This new drone is one of the most compact drones you'll find in the market as it comes with foldable legs. You can actually fold this thing up to a size of a water bottle. On top of that, this drone's obstacle detecting sensors make it a perfect device both for beginners and for pros.

DJI Phantom 4 Pro

This drone is the new version of the DJI Phantom 4. The Phantom 4 Pro is pretty much an improved version of its well-loved predecessor. What's best loved about this drone is its durable body and intelligent flying features. The Phantom 4 Pro also has obstacle sensors which make it highly unlikely to collide with objects. It's also got a great camera that is pretty much as stable as non-flying cameras.

DJI Inspire 2

Perhaps the most amazing new drone from DJI is the Inspire 2. While this drone should also be commended for its smart flying features, it is best known for its dual camera system. Apparently, the DJI Inspire 2 comes with two cameras - one underneath and one in front making it every videographer's ultimate drone.

On top of that, this drone is also equipped with a self-heating battery, so capturing high-quality footage in chilly environments won't be a problem for this drone. As per PC Mag, DJI has recently changed the Inspire 2's speed to ensure video quality. Now, this drone can accelerate to 50 mph/5-sec and reach up to a 58 mph speed.

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