Phantom 2 Vision
Looking on the market, though I know a lot about RC gear, seeing all the various drones makes it complicated to pick out one. Looking at it from a beginner’s standpoint, without the appropriate research, it will not be possible to choose the correct one. If you’re do not take time to do research and read reviews and not careful, you could wind up picking one out that is for advanced users only, providing you a lousy perspective of drones work. Lately, during my research, I want to tell you about my findings and came across the Phantom 2 Vision. The DJI Phantom 2 Vision V3.0 Quadcopter offers FPV High Definition video and a 3 axis gimbal that provides for smooth, consistent image. While coming out of the package prepared to fly this quadcopter comes with all the importance of a professional quadcopter. Even with all the comforts, the Phantom 2 Vision is better for the quad enthusiast than flyers or professionally filmmakers.
Features and Benefits
The DJI Phantom 2 Vision V3.0 Quadcopter comes equipped with a 1080p HD camera. Additionally, this camera android and comes with a FPV link and corresponding app for both iOS. The rechargeable 5200 mAh battery offers about 25 minutes of flight time. The Vision V3.0 is assembled and mounted at the factory which means it arrives as a high-quality, ready-to-fly quad with minimal set-up required. The V3.0 is an updated version of the original Phantom 2 Vision .
This quad offers magnificently secure flight which allows for aerial photos that are beautiful, even in bad weather. Unfortunately, even though the camera isn’t of terribly quality, it’s also not by any means suited to professional use. In video and still pictures, the heavens can become overexposed because of metering which causes lost details in the finished graphic. Among the truly amazing aspects of the quad is the FPV that is compatible with both iOS and android telephones. This only effects the live feed, not the recorded version, even though the FPV has a tendency to get choppy at the far end of the range. The FPV additionally offers flight data including satellite count, signal strength, speed, elevation, and battery life. Among the biggest disappointments in this quad is that the homing feature does not always operate. The quad is intended to fly back to its take off point if transmission is lost, but this is not successful 100% of time, causing risk of damage or loss because the quad is also not as durable as some of its counterparts. It is advisable to put a name and contact number on the quad in case this attribute doesn’t operate. The flight time of a fully charged battery lives up to its advertisement, and, luckily, is readily seen by the FPV in the phone app, which is a convenient feature.
The DJI Phantom 2 Vision V3.0 has all the making of a professional, ready-to-fly quadcopter, but should probably be relegated to hobbyists as opposed to professionals. Even though the quad has wonderfully secure flight, the ease of the all-in-one camera set up does not make up for the lack of quality in the enclosed camera. This quad continues to be a great option for the RC enthusiast searching for a professional sort quad without the hassle of confounding set up.