With the Phantom 4 Advanced Quadcopter, DJI Introduced a 3-axis-stabilized gimbal camera with 20MP, 1″ CMOS sensor able of shooting up to 4K/60fps video that stabilizes the footage and allows manual tilting from a dial on the controller.
The Phantom 4 Advanced sports the assisted flying options, such as automatically come back home, that became staples of the Phantom series.
Phantom 4 Advanced motors
Phantom 4 Advanced feature high performance relative their weight. Curved DJI electromagnets are accustomed spin the motors very high, manageable speed, all by using magnetism, without any physical contact.
Phantom 4 Advanced will always remember takeoff point With GPS enabled and will return automatically to you if the signal is ever lost.
Phantom Go App for Remote Operation
Connect your iOS or android smartphone to Phantom 4 Advanced to look at live feed from the camera. Access camera settings, change waypoint navigation, and much more.
You Can Never lose track of your Phantom 4 Advanced. GPS makes the Phantom 4 fully alert to your location. It hovers more precisely, and locks onto satellites quicker. DJI Go app will helps you to track your location on a live map, and record your takeoff point so you can bring Phantom 4 Advanced back to your location with the tap of your finger.
ACCESS REAL-TIME FOOTAGE
Record and analyze your Phantom 4’s live HD video stream at DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 60 fps and a bit rate of 100 Mbps. also supports the H.265 video codec at 30 fps in 4K resolution .Use this time period visual info to make your app a lot of powerful and helpful.
Intelligent Battery System
The Phantom 4 Advanced benefits from longer flight times. Phantom 4 gives a maximum flight time of 30 minutes, providing more time in the air for taking the perfect shot. DJI GO app let you know battery lifetime and measure remaining flight times Due to distance traveled.
The Phantom 4 Advanced gives dual IMU units and dual compass modules. These are important sensors to insure a stable flight. The Phantom 4 constantly compares the data it receives through both pairs. This data is run through different algorithms to control accuracy, and any defective data is simply discarded without affecting flight.