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DJI Phantom 4 ADVANCED Quadcopter Drone with 1-inch 20MP 4K Camera KIT + 3 Total DJI Batteries + 2 64GB Micro SDXC Cards + Reader + Snap on Prop Guards + Range Extender + Charging Hub + Remote Harness
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- Kit Includes: 1 DJI Phantom 4 ADVANCED Quadcopter Drone, 1 Handheld Transmitter (Radio Controller), 1 Mobile Device Holder, 1 Smart Battery Charger, 3 TOTAL HIGH CAPACITY BATTERIES, 2 64 GB SD CARDS, UNIVERSAL SD CARD READER, KOOZAM RANGE EXTENDER, KOOZAM 3 BATTERY CHARGING HUB, KOOZAM CLEANING CLOTH, KOOZAM PROPELLER GUARDS, REMOTE HARNESS
- Maximum Control Range of 4.3 Miles, Up to 30 Minutes Flying Time, Top Speed of 45 mph in Sport Mode, FlightAutonomy with Five Vision Sensors
- An uprated camera is equipped with a 1-inch 20-megapixel sensor capable of shooting 4K/60fps video and Burst Mode stills at 14 fps. The FlightAutonomy system includes 5 vision sensors for 2-directions of obstacle sensing and forward-vision obstacle avoidance.
- The adoption of titanium alloy and magnesium alloy construction increases the rigidity of the airframe and reduces weight, making the Phantom 4 Advanced even lighter than the Phantom 4.
- 1-inch 20MP sensor, 30-min flight time, forward obstacle avoidance, smart features and more. Advanced Aerial Imaging Technology.
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1- DJI Phantom 4 ADVANCED Quadcopter
1- Remote Controller (Transmitter)
4- Quick Release Propellers for Phantom 4 Quadcopter (2 in a set)
3- Intelligent HIGH CAPACITY Flight Batteries
1- Flight Battery Charger
1- AC Cable for Charger
1- Gimbal Clamp
1- USB OTG Cable
1- Micro-USB Cable
1- 16GB microSD Card
1- Micro SD Card Reader
2- 64 GB SD CARDS
1- KOOZAM RANGE EXTENDER
1- KOOZAM 3 BATTERY CHARGING HUB
1- KOOZAM CLEANING CLOTH
1- REMOTE HARNESS
1- PROPELLER GUARDS SET OF 4
The onboard camera is equipped with a 1-inch 20-megapixel CMOS sensor. A custom engineered lens made up of eight elements is arranged in seven groups. A mechanical shutter is used to eliminate rolling shutter distortion which can occur when taking images of fast moving subjects or when flying at high speed. In effect, it is as powerful as many traditional ground cameras. More powerful video processing supports H.264 4K videos at 60fps or H.265 4K at 30fps, both with a 100Mbps bitrate. Excellent optical performance, sensors and processors ensure everything is captured with high dynamic range and more image detail needed for advanced post-production.
Sensor size is more important to image quality than the number of pixels because a larger sensor captures more information in every pixel, improving dynamic range, signal-to-noise ratio, and low light performance. The 1-inch 20-megapixel CMOS sensor in the Phantom 4 Advanced is almost four times the size of the Phantom 4's 1/2.3in sensor. It uses larger pixels and has a maximum ISO of 12800 as well as increased contrast. It is good enough for images to be used immediately, while also capturing enough detail for advanced post-processing.
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UPDATE: 2/3/14: Just crashed my Phantom. Because I did not have a sufficiently clear area for take off and landing. While coming in for a landing during failsafe mode, a gust of wind pushed my Phantom into a tree branch approx. 30 feet from the ground. The craft barrel rolled to the ground, hitting the pavement with such force that it knocked the camera off the anti-jello mount, and immediately went airborne. It tried to return to the 20 meter hover, but became tangled in the tree. I climbed up and retrieved it. Damage report: Lens protector worked, but gave its life doing so. Camera survived, but SD card was ejected before it could write the crash footage. Anti-jello mount was repaired easily. The Phantom itself suffered only a slight scuff to one of the blades. The crash looked like somebody spiked the thing into the ground. I couldn't believe it actually went back in the air trying to resume its failsafe program. This thing is tough. Please follow the rules of flight. I'm still shaking.
As the price suggests, this kit contains the original Phantom [I]. In the box I received from Kazoom was a version 1.1.1 model, which is, indeed, the newest iteration of the Phantom [I].
The main advantages of version 1.1.1 over first Phantom [I] (which is known as version 1.2.1) are an upgraded controller and self-locking props. It also arrived from Kazoom with the current controller firmware [version 4.x.x] pre-installed, which means this kit truly is about as close to "plug and play" as you'll find in the world of RC Quadcopters.
As is widely recommended online, I downloaded and attempted to read the Phantom manuals (they appear to be machine translations from the original Mandarin and are for the most part unintelligible) and viewed many You Tube tutorials before the DJI Phantom actually arrived.
Even after 20+ hours of prep-time, there were a couple of newbie near-misses that almost crashed my first flight.
1. When charging the LIFO battery for the first time, unless you match the polarity of the banana plugs to the charger jacks, your charger will go up in smoke. Make sure you have red to red and black to black.
2. The Phantom's GPS controller is dependent upon a small magnet that is attached to the landing gear. If you accidentally touch the compass with a magnetically charged phillips screwdriver while installing the landing gear, camera mount or prop guards, your Phantom will behave strangely after takeoff.
3. Once you've calibrated the compass and waited through the blinking LED pre-flight initialization, if you don't get the steady blinking green after several minutes, check the GPS/ATT switch on the transmitter. It must be set to GPS, not ATT.
4. Finally, after you get the blinking green LED and are ready to take off for the first time, don't be surprised if nothing happens when you ease the throttle forward. It turns out the you first have to start the motors by simultaneously pulling the left joy stick to the 7 O'Clcock position and the right joy stick to 5 O'Clock. Something that's probably so basic to flying RC models that I never once saw it explained online or in the manual -- except for one tiny illustration in the middle of the two-page Pre-Flight Flow Chart.
As for Pros and Cons, if like me, you are purchasing a DJI Phantom because of the stunning aerial Go Pro footage you've seen online, beware that while amazing still photos are relatively easy to achieve, there's nothing "plug and play" about getting professional quality video with the Phantom. The anti-jello mount is a good start, but smooth and dramatic footage will eventually involve adding a brushless gimbal, not to mention many, many hours of practice flying.
The biggest advantage of the Phantom is that in GPS mode, the quadcopter practically flies itself. Release the joy sticks and the Phantom hovers in place -- which is an amazing accomplishment. The GPS mode even manages to compensate for the effects of a fairly strong breeze. My first flight was in a fairly steady 12-15 knot wind, but whenever I let go of the joy sticks, the Phantom would stop and hover in a fixed position.
While hovering in GPS mode, however, the Phantom is far from motionless. Rather, it undergoes a series of constant corrections that show up on your video as sharp jerks.
It's child's play to fly the Phantom in GPS mode, but don't expect to get much in the way of worthwhile video footage. That requires near calm conditions and flying in the more difficult to master ATT mode, in which GPS corrections are far less pronounced.
The biggest advantage of the Phantom, of course, is the fun factor. A couple decades ago I made my living doing aerial photography from a real helicopter. The Phantom is almost as much fun, and infinitely safer.
In terms of this specific package (which was shipped by Koozam), I can confirm I received the very latest version of the Phantom (1.1.1) which includes the new Naza M Version 2 controller, new propeller design (with built-in lock nuts), two receiver antennas, and the gimbal tilt control on the back of the transmitter.
Additionally, I wanted to clarify that this package comes with an additional DJI Battery pack, giving you a total of two batteries out of the box. It also includes the propeller guards and extra propellers (which, to be clear, are the older style without lock nuts).
Overall, I'm very pleased with both the Phantom and this particular package.