Aluminum Carrying Case for DJI Phantom 4 PRO Obsidian, Phantom 4 PRO, Phantom 4 Advanced, Phantom 4, Fits Extra Accessories
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- Fits One DJI Phantom 4 series quadcopter.
- Case Holds Remote Controller and Three Spare Batteries.
- Case features additional Space for Cables and Other Accessories.
- Completely Custom Foam for Phantom 4 & Accessories.
- Case Meets ATA Carry-On Requirements.
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The interior features pre-cut foam inserts to organized and protect your Phantom 4, the Transmitter with attachments, a charger, three spare batteries, two spare props, and provides additional spaces for cables and other miscellaneous accessories. This bundle kit is a great starter package for a beginning photographer, instructional use or an expert in photography. This bundle kit is a great starter package for a beginning photographer, instructional use or an expert in photography.
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I bought this one instead of the DJI's new custom $199 hardcase backpack for Phantom 4 because I thought this may be bigger and may fit some additional DSLR camera equipments on the top compartment, but that's not the case. The remote controller can't be fitted in the bottom compartment where your drone is resting, instead it have to be placed in the top compartment, thus no space left for any DSLR equipment. If you are thinking about bring your DSLR with you, You may have to look elsewhere for even larger backpacks.
It comes with a rain cover that fit nicely over the entire backpack, and a tincluded ripod holder attachment which doesn't fit most regular sized tripods unfortunately. The backpack feels very comfortable on your shoulder, there is additional support from a waist strap. The foam padding material however feels cheap and thin.
You can leave propellers, charger, 2-3 batteries, filter pouch, cables in the bottom compartment. In the top compartment, you can put a small notebook, pens, memory cards, rain cover, lens cleaner and lens cleaning cloth etc.
This is essentially the exact same thing as Manfrotto Drone Backpack ($199) or the DJI's own Backpack for Phantom 4 ($329), but at half the cost.
Yes, I would recommend this backpack you want to take your drone hiking or cycling to places. It's also a lot less attention grabbing than the included foam hand carrying case the Phantom 4 came with.
There is no dedicated place for extra props, although you can fit them in with the control unit.
There is no dedicated place for an iPad. If you place it in the large pouch behind the control unit, it is not held secure and could ride anywhere on your back.
I just upgraded my review because I'm seeing this backpack advertised from other venders at about three times this cost. It can be used for the Phantom 4 even if it was not specifically designed for it.
You can fit your Phantom 4 plus batteries, etc into this pack if you use a little ingenuity, but for this price I expect a product which is better designed for what it is advertised.
The material is great, the buckles are of a different design but are holding up well. My only worry is that the drone is meant to lie upside down, as in landing gear upright, see photos. When this happens, the Gimbal will encounter the raincover net. This concerns me for long-term damage to the gimbal and lens. Others have done it where it stands up in the bag (with blades pointing away form your back/landing gear on your back) but this was a little difficult and awkward for me when closing the bag up again. Removing the rain cover solved this problem.
Really the only thing protecting your drone is a rigid 0.5 cm of thick foam. It won't protect the drone from a car hitting it, but I think I protection is fair for the price.
I was able to fit the following in this bag
1. Nikon D750 DSLR (With battery pack attached)
2. Tamron 70-200mm Lens
3. Nikon 85mm f/1.8 lens
4. Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC
5. Charger for d750
6. Speedlight Flash
7. DJI Phantom 4 Drone
8. 2 Phantom 4 Drone batteries
9. DJI Phantom 4 remote
10. DJI Phantom 4 charger (Plus multi charger board https://www.amazon.com/DJI-Phantom-Intelligent-Charging-6958265112836/dp/B01G6WLR20/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497888701&sr=1-3&keywords=dji+phantom+4+battery+charger)
11. 3 sets of propellors
12. My Ipad Pro 12.9 Inch
13. My 15 inch MacBook Pro
14. Charger for Macbook pro
15. Extra AA batteries for Speedlight
That is a tremendous amount of equipment to fit into one bag. It does so well and I feel confident in the level of cushion and security. (normal shock, will not absorb a big drop or collision, but normal bumping and setting down etc.)
I love how it allows for the opening to carry drone with arms out, I prefer this inside, but that requires putting Phantom 4 upside down in bag.
Overall, BUY THIS BAG. even if you dont have as much equipment to carry, it is a fantastic bag, feels well made, and extremely well thought out in regards to placement of pockets and overall space.