DJI Inspire 2
Dec 22, 2019
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DJI Inspire 2 Review
As we’re already aware that DJI is dedicated to provide the most preeminent drones, therefore a wide range of inimitable drones are designed for a number of different purposes, specifically film-making. The latest innovation is the DJI Inspire 2 which was designed to overcome all the issues the first one, DJI Inspire 1, had.
DJI Inspire 2, which is considered as the deluxe flag-ship level drone designed just some time back. With a number of distinctive features and seamless specs, this drone is listed amongst the best ones in the market. Along with the finest app functionality, high-grade build quality and accurate obstacle detection the drone also consists of advanced flight, easy to operate system and innovative technology.
The DJI Inspire 2 is amongst the most ground-breaking and advanced tech innovations in the last decade. This is one apparent reason why we have chosen to review it. The review below includes features, specifications like safety, camera quality, frequency, obstacle detection, dimensions and much more.
DJI Inspire 2 Features and Specs Review:
Weight of the drone:
The total weight of the DJI Inspire 2 is almost 3.438 kilograms which equals 7.58 pounds (3.44 kg). The weight includes the two batteries required to operate the drone along with the propellers.
The maximum transmission distance of the drone is almost 4.3 miles or 7 kilometers. It expends the latest DJI Light-bridge technology which gives it the transmission range. At this range the drone delivers the video quality of both 1080p/720p along with the FPV view.
The flight time of the drone is almost 27 minutes if theZenmuse X4S is used while it is almost 23 minutes with Zenmuse X7 camera. The flight time of the drone are tested while the drone was hovering without wind pressure.
The drone can switch between the control frequencies of 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz.
Speed of the drone:
The operating speed of the drone is 58 mph (93.34 km/h) which is slightly more than the DJI inspire 1. This is approximately equal to 4.4 lbs thrust per motor.
- Max Ascent Speed of the drone is 19.68 feet per second and 6 meters per second in Sport mode.
- Max Descent Speed of the drone vertically equals 13.1 feet per second which is almost 4 meters per second).
Here are the exact dimensions of the DJI Inspire 2:
- Length – 16.81 inches (42.7 cm)
- Height – 12.48 inches (31.7 cm)
- Width – 16.73 inches (42.5 cm), without propellers
The DJI Inspire 2 can easily detect the obstacles up to 30 meters (ca. 100 ft feet) in front of with the vision system when it is flying at 34 mph (ca. 55 km/h) or below along with the controllable attitude angle of 25 degree. Other than this, it is also composed of upward facing infrared sensors which can scan the obstacles of almost 16 feet (ca. 5 m) which protects it when it is flying in enclosed spaces.
Spotlight Pro Intelligent Modes:
The drone also consists of a tracking mode, which makes it easier for the pilots to attain complex and dramatic images. It uses the advance visual tracking algorithms that lock on to the subject while flying.
TapFly Intelligent Flight Mode:
The onboard FBV camera is also installed which separates the flight view from the major camera view which gives the Inspire 2 a TapFly camera. All you need to do is point on screen in order to set the overall route of the flight. This way the Inspire 2 will fly on the set route which allows the pilot to emphasize on the filming and gimbal movement.
ActiveTrack Intelligent Flight Mode:
The drone consists of an ActiveTrack Mode which enables the drone to identify the different range of the hurdles and obstacles. You can adjust the tracking profiles which mainly relies on the subject being tracked.
These are some of the specs and features which makes the DJI Inspire 2 drone inimitable and distinctive from the rest in the market. Since, the drone is designed with precision and accuracy, keeping all the minute details in mind therefore it is also considered as the best one to use for film and video making. Thus, whenever you are thinking of purchasing a drone, make sure you get this one.
The Inspire 2 takes everything that was good about the Inspire 1 and improves it. The image processing system CineCore2.0 has been upgraded to CineCore2.1, recording video at up to 6K in CinemaDNG/RAW and 5.2K in Apple ProRes when used with Zenmuse X7 camera.