DJI Inspire 1 Demo And Brief Walkthrough

The DJI Inspire 1 is an affordable, yet incredible drone for outdoor aerial photography. It comes with a HD camera by default in India, but it can also be upgraded to 4K. Although it is recommended for both indoor and outdoor photography, many users think that the DJI Inspire 1 is best for outdoor photography while the DJI Phantom is preferred indoors, say wedding photography.

With a maximum operating time of 18 minutes and a range of 2 KM, the DJI Inspire 1 is perfect for short aerial photo shooting sessions. It has a 3 axis, 360-degree rotating gimbal, and the lens comes in 9 elements in 9 groups. The sensor on the DJI Inspire 1 is a 1/2.3” CMOS and the camera is 94-degree wide angle capable.

For its price, the build quality of the DJI Inspire 1 is quite amazing. It has carbon fiber arms that would provide resistance even against strong winds.  The aerodynamic design helps in easy movement and stability of the drone. But even if the drone gets unstable, the optical stabilization is so brilliant that it is not visible in the video.

As far as the electronics and automation are taken into account, the DJI Inspire 1 gives more than what you need. It has an automated take-off/landing system and also an intelligent power management system.  It also comes with the remote control customization feature. The App designed for the DJI Inspire 1 is also great. It provides a live camera feed and is equipped with GPS, flight telemetry and lots more. It also comes with a live map and radar.

The only drawback is the flight time and range. Of course, you cannot expect more from a 5700 MAH battery, but for the price of this drone, we cannot really complain. Here is a video where AVCS India (An authorized DJI dealer in India) give a demo of the DJI Inspire 1 at the International Camera Show in Chennai.

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