Launched back in November, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro is one the best drone in the market. The drone as claimed by the company is one of the smartest and creative flying camera of its size. While the DJI Phantom 4 Pro was already an expensive drone in the international market($1800 with new remote controller), the additional charges and rates make it more unaffordable for most of the people in Nepal. Priced at Rs. 215,000 the Phantom 4 Pro can be officially purchased from Oliz store in Nepal.
The new Phantom 4 Pro packs a plethora of new features including the collision avoidance sensor, gesture mode, return to home mode, active track, an improved camera, and a better battery life. Although the Phantom 4 was already a capable drone and was acclaimed as the best in the business, the Pro makes it more superior by tagging a pair of stereoscopic sensors on the back too(the Phantom 4 only had the sensor on the front), and an IR sensor on both sides. DJI has also significantly improved the battery life on the Phantom 4 Pro, giving you an almost 30 minutes of flight time.
Adding more benefits, the Phantom 4 Pro packs one of the best drone cameras in the market. The 1-inch 20MP CMOS sensor sports 12 stops of dynamic range capable of capturing videos in 4K at a 60fps. There’s also a mechanical shutter, and a f/2.8 lens — squeezing the best out of the drone’s camera.
That’s not the only thing the drone has to offer you. The Phantom 4 Pro now comes with a new standalone remote packing a 5-inch 1080p built in anti-sunlight display which offers 1000 cd/m2 of brightness, providing you an HD view from your drone’s camera and other data. The controller also allows users to transmit 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequency, ensuring an ideal video transmission of 7km. All in all the Phantom 4 Pro pretty much justify its ludicrous price tag.