DJI’s revealed the second version of its Phantom 4 Pro and it brings a number of new features and improvements to the model, like OcuSync transmission and quieter flight.
OcuSync HD Transmission
Version two of the Phantom 4 Pro has the current OcuSync HD transmission for high-resolution and low-latency digital video transmission. The previous model of the Phantom 4 Pro used DJI’s Lightbridge video transmission system. Now, the Phantom 4 Pro can connect to DJI’s Goggles RE wirelessly with support for automatic dual-frequency band switching. DJI Goggle owners will have the option to see the flight in a first-person view with their Goggles.
According to DJI, the Phantom 4 Pro is much quieter during flight than its previous version. Propeller noise reportedly has been decreased by an impressive 60 percent.
What hasn’t changed?
Many of the new Phantom 4 Pro’s core features are the same as those you'll find in the original. It still has a 1-inch 20MP CMOS sensor with 4K/60p video recording, 14 fps burst mode for stills, and the same familiar white frame. Also, it has a flight time of 30-minutes, a 7 km transmission range and 5-direction obstacle avoidance.
There’s also an upgraded version of the Phantom 4 Pro+ V2.0
Pricing and Availability
You can get the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 now for $1,499 from the DJI store. The package includes the aircraft, battery, remote control, four pairs of propellers, battery charger, power cable, gimbal clamp, Micro USB cable, Micro SD Card and a carrying case.
As for the Phantom 4 Pro+ V2.0, you can get it for $1,799.