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The latest drone in DJI's popular Phantom series can track humans and dodge obstacles. The enhancements make the Phantom 4 one of the most advanced consumer drones on the market, and further lower the barrier to flight for most consumers. But the technology comes with a sizable price tag.

The new obstacle avoidance system uses two forward-facing optical sensors to keep track of what's ahead of the drone. If it senses a possible collision, the drone will attempt to fly around the object while maintaining the general flight direction. Objects are sometimes tricky to avoid when piloting a drone because it's difficult to judge a collision course from the different perspective on the ground.

YouTube is full of drone collision videos and most pilots have a story to tell about their drones hitting trees or flying into walls and rooftops. With the new tracking system, pilots can tap on an object in the camera's frame through the iOS or Android apps. The drone will pick up on the object and keep it centered so, for example, a runner or cyclist will remain in the middle of the image as the drone follows them along. DJI says the software is sophisticated enough to keep tracking the object even when it changes direction or appears to change shape from the camera's viewpoint. And while the subject remains centered, pilots still have full control of the camera's movement.

A new feature in the DJI Go app called TapFly allows pilots to tap on a destination and have the software automatically calculate the best flight path while avoiding obstacles in the path. If they work as promised, the enhancements are a further step in the intelligence of drone control software that make the devices easier than ever to fly.

DJI and its competitors hope that by removing the complex flight knowledge traditionally needed, more people will be encouraged to buy and use drones for leisure and commercial activities. At first glance, the hardware appears little unchanged as the Phantom 4 retains the same basic shape as DJI's previous Phantom 3. That drone has become one of the most popular for serious amateur and low-end professional applications. The Phantom 4 features a 4K video camera hanging from a new gimbal that DJI says provides more stability and vibration dampening.

Ref: 6958265112553 Stock Status: pre-order Manufactured by: DJI

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Price £1,229.00

4 out of 5 stars (1 Customer Review)

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4 out of 5 stars Saturday 17 December, 2016 By ian edenden
this is a first class drone to fly iv never had any problems with mine but I do maintain to the 1st degree also always check for soft were updates I do them if there any its more important as I look at DJI would not go through the bovver of updates if not needed always check before flying read the manual well and look at the you tube clips as it teaches you a lot if you have the cash the latest phantom 4 pro is the top of the range in my view as it has censors all round YOU SHOULD NOT BE DISAPONTED ??? Website Design & eCommerce Solutions
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