For a photographer the biggest challenge is getting the “perfect shot”. This is different for each photographer. For some it may be the end zone leap that saves the game. For others it may be a fawn feeding at a river in an impassable valley. Maybe it is behind the waterfall looking out, or aerial footage of special moments like weddings and graduations? No matter what the perfect shot is, the DJI Phantom 4 is more than likely the drone of choice for you. This is not a normal drone, this is a 4K 12 megapixel powerhouse that happens to fly.
Photographers know how hard it is to keep one single point of interest centered in their shot. This drone offers target tracking which is going to save a lot of headaches and stop a lot of missed opportunities. Imagine the improved income that can be had using the DJI Phantom 4 as your next camera.
Getting the clear shot of the action is not your only worry in today’s world. There are more and more photographers using drones which leads to a cluttered sky at popular events. The DJI Phantom 4 is equipped with an “obstacle sensing system” that will keep costly midair collisions to a minimum (and save money on overpriced repairs and lost photography time).
Shooting video or pictures professionally requires a professional drone. 1080p at 120 frames per second slow motion video for those amazing catches, near misses or just amazing views are standard with the DJI Phantom 4. Need 4K ultra High Definition video? This bad boy shoots that at 30 frames per second. Oh, those annoying “found footage” type jerky videos that you see on YouTube, you know the ones, are not happening with the DJI Phantaom 4. Your next drone camera should feature active gimbal stabilization- this eliminates that jerkiness and will help your videos stand out against the competition. Active gimbal stabilization saves time too. No longer will you need to run your video through filters that reduce not only the shakiness but also the overall size of the viewing window. Saved time is saved money, especially in the cutthroat world of professional photography.
Speed in drones is not something that is usually discussed because most drones are slow. They fly slow, they accelerate slow and they are just floating there costing money in missed shots and poor performance. The DJI Phantom 4 has a maximum speed of 44 miles per hour (about 72 kilometers per hour) and a 28 minute flight time. Can’t get close enough to your target for the perfect shot? No problem since the DJI Phantom 4 has a 3.1 mile (about 5 kilometer) range. You don’t have to be close to your target for the perfect shot as you can get there and back faster than your competition will.
With the ultra HD, stabilized camera of the DJI Phantom 4 your competition will be editing video while you are uploading yours to your clients.