Test of the DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 : what is it a year after its release ?

The latest release of a range iconic in the world of drones, the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 was able to disappoint upon its release. Yet, launched in 2018, this version 2.0 has benefited from some improvements that are not missing of interest, with a certain willingness on the part of DJI to renew a proven technology. But what of the overall package today?

On the menu, the flagship model 2018 DJI has a better system of video transmission, additional sensors of obstacles and positioning, and improved stability. Announced to 1 999€ the Plus version the addition seems rather expensive for a drone 2016 refreshed. DJI, however, on good foundations, because at the time the launch of the phantom 4 drone Pro was considered as an advanced technical major, and has participated in the domination by the manufacturer on the market.

DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 More: the technical datasheet

Price: 1 699€ in the standard version – 1 999€ in version More
Category: Semi-professional
Dimensions : 28,9 x 28,9 x 19.6 cm
Weight: 1 375 gr
Battery: 5 870 mAh battery, given for 30 minutes of battery life
of Sensors equipped :

  • 6 optical sensors in the front, rear and below
  • 2 infrared sensors on the sides
  • 2 sensors ultra-sounds below
  • Detection of obstacles in 5 directions
  • Avoid on 4 directions
  • Sensors GPS and GLONASS

Touch screen 5.5-inch Full HD high brightness integrated into the remote control
Basket stabilization-3-axis

CMOS Sensor 1″

  • 20Mpx
  • Lens adjustable opening f/2.8 – f/11
  • Focal 24 mm
  • Mechanical shutter up to 1/2000sec, electronic Shutter up to 1/8000 sec

Resolutions: Video 4K and C4K
Video Encoding: H. 264 and H. 265
Accessories :

  • Battery
  • Charger
  • MicroSD card 16gb
  • 4 pairs of propellers

Considering its specifications and its cost of purchase, this phantom 4 drone will therefore a professional audience or photographers. As a reminder, its weight exceeds 800 grams, the new owner, even non-professional, will have to spend a small mandatory training from the DGCA before you can save it and fly only out-of-town.

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