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DJI Inspire 1 Pro Drone
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- Perfect for high-level shoots and professional sets
- Live, wireless HD video transmission via DJI Lightbridge
- Included professional 4k camera and 3-axis stabilization gimbal
- Ready-to-fly aerial system
- Unobstructed 360° shooting
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My biggest advice is: READ THE MANUALS!! There is vital information in each manual, ESPECIALLY the detail about turning Vision Positioning OFF and using GPS when flying over water. Each accessory comes with a manual that you should read thoroughly to get the best value of your unit. This is not a run-and-gun drone.
Recommended accessories: 180W rapid charger, charging hub, monitor hood, extra batteries, usb adapter for charging phone/tablet via drone battery. circular polarizing lens (3rd party). I usually land with about 20% percent battery left. That is enough to charge both iPhone and tablet at least once. Doing so is the best way to keep the lifespan of the different cells relatively close.
Traveling Safety: You need a Lipo-safe bag for each battery you fly with in case you have to check your drone case. NEVER check your batteries with luggage!!! ALWAYS take your batteries as carry-on, to prevent a HIGH-possibility of explosion or fire. Don't risk your life or endanger others. A flight attendant may overlook this, but you are held responsible Drone batteries are always carry-on...NO exceptions. The FAA wants them discharged under 30%. So, if you have a flight tomorrow and your batteries are fully charged, you'll have to do some flying/hovering to deplete them.