Inspire1 by DJI Takes Aerial Photography Higher than Ever

From the makers of the popular Phantom drones, DJI Innovations has just released its new offering that will take aerial photography services higher than ever. Here comes DJI’s new Inspire 1, a drone that empowers you to create the unforgettable.

Those airborne images and video are about to get a lot better with the company’s newest quadcopter, the Inspire 1, which has a built-in 4k camera. The sleek, streamlined black-and-white drone transforms in mid-air into a V design by lifting its carbon-fiber arms above the camera assembly, allowing the user to shoot unobstructed video in any direction. Popular Mechanics also quotes DJI’s CEO and co-founder, Frank Wang, as saying, “We see this as the perfect combination of the Phantom and Spreading Wings series, being able to take off at the touch of a button while simultaneously giving users fine control of the images they capture.”

The Inspire 1 builds upon the success of the Phantom and integrates some of the magic found in the firm’s professional-level drones, including the ability to stream 1080p video up to a mile away. At $2,800, the Inspire 1 isn’t cheap, but it packs an unparalleled suite of technology in its arsenal, TechCrunch reported. See more here

Here are some of the new Inspire I’s features and benefits:
Strong carbon fiber arms lift out of sight, transforming the way you shoot. Get a full, unrestricted 360⁰ view of the world below and create images like never before. The body’s aerodynamic design cuts through the sky and further enhances your control over the aircraft. This ensures long flight times and a long operational life.
Video: 4K @ 24-30 fps, or 1080p @ 24-60fps,
• Photos: 12 Megapixels
• Lens: 9 elements in 9 groups including an aspherical element
• 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor
• 94⁰ wide-angle FOV
• 3-axis, 360⁰ rotating gimbal
Shoot up to 4K video and capture 12 megapixel photos with the Inspire 1 camera. The lens consists of 9 elements in 9 groups including an aspherical element producing extreme clarity, while Adobe DNG RAW support gives you the power to make every shot a masterpiece.

It truly seems to be a drone worth owning especially for those who’d like to give their drone photography services more edge.

One enthusiastic article on The Verge raves about Inspire 1: Watching the Inspire One take off and land is exciting, because it transforms mid-flight, with the legs folding up after takeoff so you can shoot 360 degrees of unobstructed video. The unit also has a ground-facing camera that can track what’s below and keep the unit stabilized, even when there is no GPS signal, making it much easier to fly indoors. It even recommends this drone to newbies, despite its price tag: For the true newbie, the Inspire might be more power than they need, especially when you can get a great drone for $500, but for anyone who is looking to step up their drone game without breaking the bank, the Inspire One is a pretty revelatory piece of machinery.

Thus far, drone users groups such as the NYCDUG find the details of Inspire 1 and its functionality as shown on the maker’s website impressive enough. For James Davis, publisher of The “DJI’s Inspire 1 is a dream drone that every serious aerial photographer/hobbyist and real estate photographer should have. Awesome innovative features, sweeping splendid aerial shots, a reputable company, are all worth the price.”


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