The exciting new features include:
- Obstacle avoidance
- ActiveTrack, allowing the Phantom 4 to follow an object or person just by touching them on the screen
- TapFly, allows the pilot to touch a destination on the screen, and the drone will fly to it automatically
- Intelligent RTH
- 28 minute flight time
- 5km range
- Max speed 72km/h
So far, DJI have not given us an official launch date for South Africa, but stock is expected some time in the middle of April. We also do not yet have a South African price yet, but it is estimated to be just over R30 000.
The good news is that the Phantom 3 range will still be available for the foreseeable future. DJI have announced that they will not be discontinuing the Phantom 3 range, but will rather be reducing the prices of the Advanced and Professional models. This means that the Phantom 3 is now more affordable than ever!
If you would like to be put onto a waiting list for the DJI Phantom 4, please contact us on 011 781 1323, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Share this post