We operate and sell the DJI INSPIRE 1, THE DJI OSMO, THE DJI Phantom 3 (advanced and professional), the DJI Phantom 2 Vision and DJI Phantom 2 Vision + quadcopters.

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DJI Phantom 3 Advanced

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DJI Phantom 3 Professional

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(difference between advanced and professional) can be seen here.

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According to engadget:

DJI’s back with a “plus” version of its airborne craft. The refreshed gadget includes a new three-axis gimbal (compared to single-axis stabilization) for smoother captures, more than double the WiFi communication distance (700 meters, or about 2,300 feet), a 50-percent boost in maximum flight speed (to 15 meters or 50 feet per second) and a 90-degree tilt that lets you shoot subjects directly below.

There’s also an integrated GPS system that enables you to set an autonomous path or keep the Phantom in the same spot in winds of up to 25 miles per hour, while the DJI Vision app lets you preview footage and access altitude, distance and battery strength during shoots. DJI is also releasing a firmware update for all Phantom drones that lets pilots avoid flying near airports or user-generated no-fly zones.

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A Micro Four Thirds CMOS sensor with 4K image capture and RAW recording is introduced to DJI’s quadcopter line with the Inspire 1 RAW featuring the X5R camera and gimbal system along with a 15mm f/1.7 lens. Forgoing the fixed landing gear design found on many earlier quadcopters, the Inspire 1 features a retractable arm system whereby the underside of each prop motor has a foot to act as a landing pod when the arms are lowered. In-flight, the arms lift up to provide the camera an unobstructed 360-degree view. A 3-axis gimbal keeps shots steady and the camera pointed the same direction as the quadcopter banks and turns. The camera records internally to microSDHC/SDXC memory cards or SSD drives and can also beam a live 720p feed to a mobile device running the DJI GO app or a monitor or FPV glasses with an HDMI input. Two transmitters (radio controllers) are included so that one operator can pilot and another can pan and tilt the camera.

As with many other multi-rotor systems, the Inspire 1 relies on a GPS-based stabilization system that – thanks to spatial awareness – is able to hold a position even when experiencing wind interference, can compensate for overzealous pilot inputs to help avoid stalling, automatically brings the aircraft home in the event of signal loss or at the press of a button, and makes possible a number of semi-automated flight modes that can be enabled through the app. There is also an “indoor” mode which relies on Vision Position technology – combining optical flow with ultrasonics – to provide stability indoors or in other contexts where GPS is unavailable (Note: certain features will be unavailable in indoor mode).


4K MFT Camera with 3-Axis Gimbal
15mm f/1.7 Lens Included
Up to 1.2 Mile Radio Range
GPS-Based Stabilization System
Optical Flow Sensor for Indoor Flying
DJI Lightbridge System Integrated
Live 720p HD Monitoring with Lightbridge
Retractable Carbon Fiber Arms
Unobstructed 360° Shooting
Second Transmitter for Gimbal Control




The Osmo combines the Zenmuse X3 camera/gimbal (from the Inspire1 Aerial copter) with a detachable handle. The camera features a 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor that is capable of up to full DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) video recording at 24 or 25p, and 12MP photo capture. Basic controls for the camera and gimbal are positioned on the handle itself. For more advanced operation, you can operate the Osmo from your smart phone via the DJI GO iOS app. An included mobile device holder effectively turns your smartphone into an on-board monitor. The Wi-Fi features a range of up to 85′, so you can operate the camera and gimbal remotely as well.

Photo Modes

Single Shot
Photo Burst Mode: 3/5/7 shots
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)
Regular Time-lapse
Moving Time-lapse
Auto Panorama
Selfie Panorama
The handle incorporates a joystick for panning and tilting the gimbal. There is also record start/stop and shutter buttons. A trigger allows you to toggle between modes. The camera/gimbal is detachable from the handle.

Remotely operate the gimbal and view a live feed using the GO App. A Wi-Fi link in the camera allows you to tether your mobile device, and supports a range of up to 85′. In addition to basic operation, the app allows you to change camera settings and access advanced features

You can use your smartphone as a monitor to view a live image – streamed via Wi-Fi – from the camera using the rosette attachment/mobile device holder. It can be rotated to achieve optimal viewing angle. The mobile device holder disconnects so that you can use the Osmo with other accessories.

The Automatic Panorama mode is designed to make shooting 360° panoramas seamless. Just hold the Osmo up above your head and tap a button. The camera will rotate, capturing images as it goes while staying completely level.

Osmo simplifies time-lapse recording. Whether standing still or moving, you can create smooth videos automatically and without a tripod. You can also take sharp long exposure shots even without a tripod.

An integrated microphone allows onboard audio recording. A standard 3.5mm port is also available, so you can plug in your own microphone.

Put down the Osmo, and it automatically enters into sleep mode after a set amount of time. This not only extends the Osmo’s battery life, but also increases the lifespan of its advanced electronics


1/2.3″ CMOS Sensor
4K (4096 x 2160) Video at 24 or 25p
120 fps Full HD Video for Slow-Motion
12MP JPEG or DNG RAW Sill Photos
Handle with Camera and Gimbal Controls
Wi-Fi For Monitoring / Remote Operation
Detachable Mobile Device Holder
Photos Bursts at up to 7 Shots
Regular and Moving Time-Lapse Modes
Auto and Selfie Panorama Modes