Earlier this morning, the Chinese-based DJI announced a brand new quadcopter, the Phantom 4. As a successor to last year's Phantom 3, this new model offers an assortment of new features and technology advances. Most notably, the Phantom 4 caters to beginners with the ability to fly it without the complicated remote as well as multiple sensors which will automatically avoid obstacles that would cause a crash. To see a full overview of the new features coming to the Phantom 4, I've embedded the launch video below.
The Phantom 4 is available for pre-order via B&H Photo although these units won't ship until March 15th.
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