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
Additionally, DJI’s releasing a upgraded version of the Phantom 4 Pro+. The Phantom 4 Pro+ V2.0 comes with a 5.5-inch, 1080p resolution screen that’s built-into the remote.
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.