DJIInspire 2

  • Flight time
    27
    minutes
  • Slow-mo resolution
    60FPS 4K
  • Video resolution
    6016 x 3200
  • Control range
    7
    km
  • Gimbal
    3-axis 360°
  • Camera resolution
    6016 x 3200
8.7
Rating
camera
drone
5
Retail Price
$
2999.95
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The Inspire 2 will blow your mind.

Let me just start off by saying, if you ever get a chance to see this drone in person, you’re going to want one for yourself. With a design that looks like it came from a sci-fi movie, the Inspire 2 is the smartest, fastest, highest quality, most professional ready-to-fly drone you can buy.

There isn’t much that the Inspire 2 CAN’T do. It comes standard with all of the features of the Phantom 4 Professional, but with a design optimized for performance and industry leading video features. It’s almost twice as big and twice as fast as the Phantom 4 (reaching speeds of almost 60MPH), and with it’s transforming design, the propellers will hardly ever appear in your videos. Additionally, the Inspire 2 comes with a dedicated FPV (first-person-view) camera so you can see where your flying at all times. With all of these features, you no longer have to blindly fly backward or sideways to get the shots you want.

Having the FPV camera makes the Inspire 2 ideal for dual pilot operation. One person can fly using the FPV camera while the other person controls the video camera. Having two operators is great because it splits up the amount of work you have to do, but If you like to fly solo, you can now use the Spotlight Pro feature, which allows you to focus on flying while the Inspire 2 automatically points the camera at a specified.

Video quality on the Inspire 2 is second to none.

There are three camera options. The x4S is the cheapest camera and it’s comparable to the camera on the Phantom 4 Pro. The X4S is one of the best drone cameras out there, but the X5S and X7 are the true mind-blowing cameras that filmmakers will love.

The X5S is a micro 4/3 camera with interchangeable lenses. You have the choice of shooting RAW 4K video at 60FPS, 12-bit RAW 5.2K video at 30FPS, and if you like Apple Prores, there’s even Prores 4444 XQ support. The X7 is DJI’s flagship cinema camera. It shoots 6K video, and no that’s not a typo! It has a bigger super 35 image sensor with 14 stops of dynamic range, more recording formats, and better low light performance. DJI also offers 4 custom f2.8 lenses for the x7 ranging from 16mm to 50mm. If you’re into stills the X7 will even shoot 24MP photos.

I can’t cover everything about the Inspire 2 on this page, but one thing that I need to mention is that this is not something you should buy for your 12-year-old son as a gift. The Inspire 2 costs roughly $6,000 and is intended mainly for people who want the absolute best aerial photography/cinematography tool on the market; however, the Inspire 2 is still one of the easiest drones to fly, so don’t feel intimidated. Whether you have a real use for this drone, or you just want something that will impress all of your friends, the Inspire 2 is definitely a drone worth looking into.

If you like the design of the Inspire 2, but just can’t afford it, you might also consider buying the Inspire 1. It’s obviously nowhere near as good as the Inspire 2 if you compare the features, but the video quality you can get from the older X5 camera is still in a lot of cases better than the Phantom 4 Pro. DJI also makes hi-zoom and thermal imaging cameras that work with the Inspire 1, in case you need something for agriculture or search-and-rescue use.

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Inspire 2
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10.0
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Product quality
10
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Camera Quality
9.0
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Ease of use
7.0
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Flight Time
8.0
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Speed
9.5
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Range
8.0
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Flight Autonomy
2.0
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Portability
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