DJI has unveiled more details about its new Phantom 2 Vision Drone which builds on previous technology used in its earlier quadcopter designs, and is currently being showcased at this year NAB exhibition.
Enabling the new Phantom 2 Vision Drone which will retail for around $1200 to offer users a faster flying speed, with enhanced tilt and stabilisation options.
“The Phantom 2 Vision+ is simple to set up and super easy to fly, making it the first aerial filmmaking system for everyone. Now you can shoot fully stabilized video from the sky, right out of the box.”
The new DJI Phantom 2 Vision Drone is equipped with an integrated 14 megapixel camera offering a resolution of 1080p which is mounted on a new three-axis gimbal. The integrated GPS auto-pilot system offers position holding, altitude lock and stable hovering, giving you constant stable flight so you can focus on your subject. Check out the video below to learn more about the latest quadcopter creation from DJI.
“Eric Cheng, Director of Aerial Imaging walks you through the main features of the Vision Plus. Featuring aerial footage from Japan, USA, China and New Zealand.”
For more information on the new Phantom 2 Vision Drone jump over to the DJI website for details.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News, Top News