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DJI Phantom 1 Quadcopter - Setup, Flight, and On board View

Although not as advanced as the newer version, this DJI Phantom model is more affordable and it still provides a good way to obtain video and pictures.



FPV Quadcopter - Dji Phantom 3 - Dji Phantom 1 - Duo Flight

Air to air fpv flight of the Dji Phantom 1 and 3. We flew on a rainy day, that's why the lense got a bit wet during the flight. Sorry for that! The location was gorgeous ...



Hands-On with DJI's Inspire 1 Quadcopter!

DJI's new quadcopter is one of the coolest we've seen--a huge upgrade from the current Phantom 2 Vision+ we've been using. The Inspire 1 can record 4K ...




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    Drone vs. wine glass in the desert

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  • DJI Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Zoom add Hasselblad superiority and optical zoom to folding drones

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    The $1,449 Pro is the exceptional's first drone with an integrated Hasselblad camera. Known for its high-end medium-format cameras, Hasselblad co-engineered the Pro's shooter, which uses a prominently 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor like the one in DJI's Phantom 4 Pro.

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DJI Mavic Air survey: portable photographer - The Verge

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