|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Special Features||auto-return, follow-me, gps, image-stabilization, integrated-camera, obstacle-avoidance, video-downlink-capable, wi-fi|
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter + Zenmuse X4S Starters Bundle
|Price:||$3,598.00 & FREE Shipping|
- Quadcopter is compatible with 5.2K Gimbal Cameras and features CineCore 2.0 Image Processing.
- Drone supports CinemaDNG and ProRes Recording.
- Bundle kit drone comes with a Dual-Battery Design.
- Flying copter features Advanced Obstacle Sensing.
- Starter kit comes with a 2-Axis Stabilized FPV Camera.
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DJI's magnesium-aluminum-clad Inspire 2 Quadcopter is a powerful cinematic and photographic tool. Combining the Inspire 2 with the separately available X4S and X5S gimbal cameras yields cinema-grade images, which can be recorded in high bit rates using H.264 and H.265 formats, or, in the case of the X5R, various flavors of Apple ProRes and CinemaDNG raw using the required licenses available from DJI. All the recording functionality is processed by the Inspire 2's CineCore 2.0 image processing engine. Not all the power to be found in the Inspire 2 is in the recording functionality. DJI beefed up the flight capabilities of the Inspire 2. Able to accelerate to 50 mph in 4 seconds and reach a top speed of 67 mph, the Inspire 2 can follow fast-moving subjects for dramatic sports and action footage. The flight prowess of the Inspire 2 doesn't come at the expense of battery life. With the two included LiPo batteries onboard, up to 27 minutes of flight time can be had on a full charge.
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter
Remote Control (Transmitter)
4x Propeller Pairs
2x DJI Intelligent Flight Battery
16GB MicroSD Memory Card
Vision System Calibration Plate
3x Gimbal Damper
Propeller Mounting Plates
4x Battery Insulation Sticker
Sandisk Ultra 64GB MicroSD Memory Card
5PC Cleaning Kit
Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
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The Inspire 2's included case is nice for local stuff, but if you're going to travel with this drone, a hard case is a must, and I'll be looking into one of those very soon. The included foam case is large and has nice latches and handle, but it seems to be built upside down. The latches open from the top, rather than the bottom, which is what we are accustomed to. The handle, as well, flips up, whereas we expect it to fold downward. The case is roomy, with ample space for the drone itself, the camera in its box, extra props, 4 batteries, 2 controllers, the charger, and a few extra accessories.
The charger is really cool. According to most of the reviews I read, the charger is supposed to charge up to 4 batteries at once, but that's not accurate. The charger will charge 2 batteries at a time, then when those are fully charged, it will emit a notification ding, then begin charging the 2nd set of batteries. The drone can fly on only one battery, but you need 2 to get any significant flying time without swapping batteries. If you buy this drone, do yourself a favor and get 2 extra batteries immediately. Having only 2 batteries is too limiting. I started with 4, and plan to add 2 more in a couple of weeks. Note: though the case has slots for 4 batteries, the drone slot will not accommodate any batteries installed on the drone. You must remove the batteries for the drone to fit in the case. Therefor, the case can only hold 4 batteries by default. You might be able to put an additional 2 in the case's open 'accessories' area, but they'd likely move around and possibly damage the drone. The extra batteries come with pairs of numeric labels. The idea is to label each pair of batteries so that you may always charge and use them in pairs, which I suppose could extend the lives of the batteries.
The Inspire 2 is very fast and responsive, but you definitely feel the extra weight, as compared to smaller drones. This is not a bad thing. It kind of forces you to fly more deliberately, and serves as a reminder that a misstep with this drone could have more serious consequences.
You will have to do some substantial firmware updates when you first receive the drone. It took me over an hour to download and install the initial firmware updates.
When you first power on the drone, you'll need to fast-press the power button 5 times to take the drone out of travel mode. The body will rise a few inches, and the legs will slide inward an inch or two, which will allow you space to install the camera. Once you take off and rise beyond a few feet, the drone lifts its legs higher than the body to keep them out of the camera's view. When you get low to the ground, the legs will automatically re-position themselves for landing. After landing, you remove the camera, then press the power button 5 times, and the legs will re-position to 'travel' mode. The legs will spread out an inch or two, the body will lower closer to the ground, and the drone will now be able to fit into its case again.