DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ "V1.0" Quadcopter with FPV HD Video Camera and 3-Axis Gimbal Bundle with Extra Battery
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- Camera with 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer
- Takes 14MP Still and 1080p Video
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|Package Height||14.2 x 16.1 x 19.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||12.45 pounds|
The Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter with Extra Battery Bundle from DJI that features the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter with Gimbal-Stabilized 14MP, 1080p Camera and a spare, 5,200 mAh Phantom 2 Quadcopter Battery. The Phantom 2 Vision+ based on the same air frame as the Phantom 2 and Phantom 2 Vision. Unlike its siblings, however, it features a 14 MP camera that is stabilized and controlled with an integrated 3-axis gimbal. Gimbal stabilization makes the Phantom 2 Vision+ ideal for shooting aerial footage and photos. The camera can take 14 MP, Adobe DNG RAW photos, and can record video in 1080p Full HD at 30 fps or 720p at 60 fps for creating slow motion effects.
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Update: After 9 months and many many flights, I'm pleased to report that the Phantom 2 Vision Plus is still working perfectly. I've had no problems of any kind. It has proven itself to be a durable, reliable product, and a hobby with enduring interest.
Flying: It's very stable and in GPS mode very easy to fly. The FPV is a very odd feeling at first, but very helpful once it's too far away to see. there is a small amount of lag, but it does not impact the usability of it. Compared to the phantom 1 it lowers altitude much smoother.
Gimbal/ Stability of video: Not to much to say here. The Gimbal is perfect. It's so stable I can't believe it.
Video Quality: It's good, but not great. There is a little grain in the video, but you can adjust the sharpness to make it nicer. It is limited to 1080p, so compared to a go pro it's a little behind. Don't get me wrong, its not bad, the gopro is just much better.
Photo Quality: Very good. You can adjust the spot metering in the air and even shoot in RAW. Still photos come out better then Gopro
Onscreen Flight Data: This is really nice. I can see how much battery is left, and I even get an alarm on my iPhone when I should turn back and land. If you are concerned about staying below 400ft for FAA rules there is even an altimeter.
Extra Battery: Is a must. I get about 17 min of flight time on each.
Overall I do like it alot, and would buy it again. What I like most about it is the out of the box nature. No tinkering, no parts... it just works.
I only crashed once during my "orientation" flight and fortunately I only busted one propeller. The problem is that its so intuitive and easy to fly that you might become too confident, too soon. Using the training procedures for flight familiarity included with the instructions are extremely helpful.
The camera isn't quite GoPro Hero 3 quality but its still very good. I have shot some amazing footage with it. However, if you want the best of the best quality, get a non-vision model and mod it with a fat shark for FPV.
The battery like really does last 20 - 25 minutes. However, never flew it over 25% or so. There is plenty of reports of people flying it downwind and losing it because they didn't have enough battery to fight the winds back. The vision model has the huge advantage of seeing the battery strength as you are flying it.