DJI INSPIRE 1 PRO (4K HIGH QUALITY RAW VIDEO CAPTURE CAMERA) DIRECT CAMERA DOWNLOAD QUADCOPTER

$4,000.00 $2,999.00

 
Beauty and brains don’t normally mix. But when they do merge occasionally, the results can be quite amazingfeatures such as automatic take off and landing and “return to home”. With its GPS-enabled transmitter, the Inspire 1 is also capable of having a Dynamic Home Point — which tells the Inspire8 1 where the operator is located. This means you can launch the Inspire 1 at a certain point, walk or drive some distance away and it will still be able to locate where you are via the Dynamic Home Point feature. Invoking this feature will tell the Inspire 1 to return to your current location instead of where you launched it earlier.

One feature that is still conspicuously missing in the Inspire 1 is waypoint navigation which allows for full autonomous flight. There are rumors that this feature may be introduced in future updates.

Built for Maximum Propulsion

The Inspire 1 is propelled by massive 13-inch carbon fiber reinforced propellers which are paired to powerful 3510 350kV motors that offer plenty of torque. This propeller-motor combination coupled with a 6-cell 4500mAh battery means the Inspire 1 has plenty of propulsion to play around. With that much propeller thrust yielding a top speed of 22m/s or about 80km/h, the Inspire 1 can feel like a cross between a 250-class racer and an aerial photography platform. While most aerial photography drones fly around like lumbering giants in the air, this is one quadcopter that can perform amazingly fast and tight maneuvers as well as it does slow and steady flyovers.

…this is one quadcopter that can perform amazingly fast and tight maneuvers as well as it does slow and steady flyovers.
Such a high top-end speed also makes the Inspire 1 suited for filming high speed car chase scenes along winding roads — something that less powerful entry-level aerial photography drones such as the Phantom 3 would struggle in. The powerful propulsion also means the Inspire 1 holds its position very well even in strong gusts of wind.

Camera Gimbal System

The Zenmuse X3 camera gimbal system is probably the main star attraction in the Inspire 1. When it was released, the Inspire 1 became the world’s first consumer drone to feature a 4K camera. The X3 camera is equipped with a 20mm f2.8 rectilinear lens consisting of 9 elements with a field of view of 94 degrees. Having a rectilinear lens means the camera does not suffer from any fisheye effect that is commonly found in consumer drones such as the Phantom 2.

The Xenmuse X3 camera gimbal system is detachable and modular.
The Xenmuse X3 camera gimbal system is detachable and modular.
Having a narrower field of view also means the X3 is more prone to the jello effect when compared to other cameras that have wider angles. To solve this issue, the camera comes with a filter thread and a neutral density filter which you can screw onto the camera to eliminate jello. The filter thread can also be used to attach other filters such as UV filters or polarizers.

The X3 is capable of recording 4K video at 30fps. It can also do 60fps video at 1080P and shoot 12MP still photos in RAW and DNG formats. Having 4K video is great if you’re the type who does a lot of post processing to your videos. If you’re outputting in 1080P, the extra resolution gives plenty of room for cropping and editing. Users also have the option of manually setting the camera’s ISO and shutter speed — a feature not commonly found in cheaper consumer drones where all these settings are done automatically. This ability to manually control the camera’s settings is a must-have if you intend to have full creative control of your shots.

The X3's filter thread can also be used to attach other filters such as UV filters or polarizers.
The X3’s filter thread can also be used to attach other filters such as UV filters or polarizers.
Image stabilization is handled by a 3-axis detachable gimbal which has a sensitivity of 0.03 degrees. This high level of sensitivity allows the Zenmuse X3 to produce buttery smooth aerial videos even in windy conditions. DJI’s range of Zenmuse gimbals are known to produce impressive aerial videos and the X3 is no exception to this.

The Inspire 1 also comes in a dual transmitter kit which allows 1 person to focus on the piloting while another handles the camera and gimbal controls. This is a great feature to have if you’re doing slightly more complicated aerial photography where the drone is headed in one direction while the camera faces another. the case of the Inspire 1 — DJI’s flagship consumer drone for aerial photography — form and function have merged into a near perfect balance of aesthetics and cutting-edge functionality. Beauty is of course a very subjective term but at least from my opinion, the Inspire 1’s semi-naked form is quite a piece of engineering beauty.

No gimmicky grilles, windshields or vents here. Every line, curve and contour is there for a specific purpose. The Inspire 1 is not a toy-grade quadcopter. It is a professional tool and every inch and detail of it says so.

The Inspire 1 is not a toy-grade quadcopter. It is a professional tool and every inch and detail of it says so.
Since it was released, the Inspire 1 quickly became DJI’s gold standard in aerial photography, receiving plenty of rave reviews along the way. Although recently some of its technology have trickled down to the newly-released Phantom 3, the Inspire 1 still remains as DJI’s most advanced all-in-one consumer drone. Its self-transforming air-frame design was so groundbreaking when it was released that it immediately spawned a copycat in the form of Walkera’s Voyager 3 (although Walkera stopped short of copying the Inspire 1’s ingenious retractable boom arms that also double as landing legs).
However, like any other sophisticated piece of technology, the Inspire 1 does suffer from some technical issues. Most of it are firmware in nature although occasionally some pilots have reported mechanical problems such as propellers detaching while flying (this issue was initially addressed with DJI issuing “prop locks” to properly hold the propellers in place and later changing the design of the locking mechanism).

Suffice to say, consumer drones are still in their infancy and although a lot of technological progress have been made in recent years, there is still much to improve when it comes to building drones that are truly reliable. DJI products are not immune to reliability issues but the brand still fares better when compared to some other China-based companies that throw caution to the wind when it comes to releasing products that have not undergone sufficient research and testing.

The Inspire 1 features an aerodynamic fuselage that was also designed to maximize propeller thrust.

Specifications:

Weight (with battery): 2935g
Max. speed: 22m/s
Max. flight altitude: 4500m
Flight time: Approximately 18 minutes
Diagonal distance: 559 to 581mm
Dimensions: 438 x 451 x 301mm
Standard Battery: 22.2V 4500mAh (6S) LiPo
Standard Battery weight: 570g
Optional Battery: 22.8V 5700mAh (6S) LiPo
Motor model: DJI 3510
Propeller model: DJI 1345
Camera Gimbal System

Angular Vibration Range: 0.03 degrees
Controllable range: Pitch: -90° to +30° / Pan: ±320°
Total pixels: 12.76MP (12.4MP effective pixels)
Max. image size: 4000 X 3000
ISO range: 100-3200 (video) / 100-1600 (photo)
Electronic shutter speed: 8s - 1/8000s
FOV (Field of View): 94 degrees
Sensor: Sony EXMOR 1/2.3”
Still photography modes:
Single shoot
Burst shooting: 3/5/7 frames
Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3/5 bracketed frames at 0.7EV Bias
Time-lapse
Video recording modes:
UHD (4K): 4096 x 2160 p24/25, 3840 x 2160 p24/25/30
FHD: 1920 x 1080 p24/25/30/48/50/60
HD: 1280 x 720 p24/25/30/48/50/60
Max. bitrate: 60mbps
Supported file formats:
FAT32/exFAT
Photo: JPEG, DNG
Video: MP4/MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
Supported SD cards: Micro SD / Max capacity: 64 GB. Class 10 or UHS-1 rating required.
Retractable Boom Arms

The Inspire 1’s carbon fiber arms are one of the most peculiar features that you will notice when you first lay eyes on it and they are truly a groundbreaking feature. Prior to the Inspire 1, manufacturers and DIY drone enthusiasts alike have installed retractable landing legs onto their drones to get the legs out of the way when shooting aerial video.

The Inspire 1 took this concept to a whole new level — by creating boom arms that also double as retractable landing legs. The arms are driven by a worm gear in the fuselage that retract them during takeoff and vice versa. They are also fitted with shock absorbers that do a good job in cushioning the Inspire 1 during hard landings. While flying, the fully retracted arms and landing legs provide an unobstructed near 360 degree view for the Inspire 1’s 4K camera.

This approach saves weight and simplifies the overall design and is an industry first. Raising the boom arms also helps lower the center of gravity, giving the Inspire 1 extra stability in the air since most of its weight stays below the arms 

 


In the case of the Inspire 1 — DJI’s flagship consumer drone for aerial photography — form and function have merged into a near perfect balance of aesthetics and cutting-edge functionality. Beauty is of course a very subjective term but at least from my opinion, the Inspire 1’s semi-naked form is quite a piece of engineering beauty.

No gimmicky grilles, windshields or vents here. Every line, curve and contour is there for a specific purpose. The Inspire 1 is not a toy-grade quadcopter. It is a professional tool and every inch and detail of it says so.

The Inspire 1 is not a toy-grade quadcopter. It is a professional tool and every inch and detail of it says so.
Since it was released, the Inspire 1 quickly became DJI’s gold standard in aerial photography, receiving plenty of rave reviews along the way. Although recently some of its technology have trickled down to the newly-released Phantom 3, the Inspire 1 still remains as DJI’s most advanced all-in-one consumer drone. Its self-transforming air-frame design was so groundbreaking when it was released that it immediately spawned a copycat in the form of Walkera’s Voyager 3 (although Walkera stopped short of copying the Inspire 1’s ingenious retractable boom arms that also double as landing legs).



However, like any other sophisticated piece of technology, the Inspire 1 does suffer from some technical issues. Most of it are firmware in nature although occasionally some pilots have reported mechanical problems such as propellers detaching while flying (this issue was initially addressed with DJI issuing “prop locks” to properly hold the propellers in place and later changing the design of the locking mechanism).

Suffice to say, consumer drones are still in their infancy and although a lot of technological progress have been made in recent years, there is still much to improve when it comes to building drones that are truly reliable. DJI products are not immune to reliability issues but the brand still fares better when compared to some other China-based companies that throw caution to the wind when it comes to releasing products that have not undergone sufficient research and testing.

The Inspire 1 features an aerodynamic fuselage that was also designed to maximize propeller thrust.
The Inspire 1 features an aerodynamic fuselage that was also designed to maximize propeller The Inspire 1’s carbon fiber arms are one of the most peculiar features that you will notice when you first lay eyes on it and they are truly a groundbreaking feature. Prior to the Inspire 1, manufacturers and DIY drone enthusiasts alike have installed retractable landing legs onto their drones to get the legs out of the way when shooting aerial video.
The Inspire 1 took this concept to a whole new level — by creating boom arms that also double as retractable landing legs. The arms are driven by a worm gear in the fuselage that retract them during takeoff and vice versa. They are also fitted with shock absorbers that do a good job in cushioning the Inspire 1 during hard landings. While flying, the fully retracted arms and landing legs provide an unobstructed near 360 degree view for the Inspire 1’s 4K camera.

This approach saves weight and simplifies the overall design and is an industry first. Raising the boom arms also helps lower the center of gravity, giving the Inspire 1 extra stability in the air since most of its weight stays below the arms and motors.

Flight Features

Like any other GPS-enabled drones, the Inspire 1 has features such as automatic take off and landing and “return to home”. With its GPS-enabled transmitter, the Inspire 1 is also capable of having a Dynamic Home Point — which tells the Inspire 1 where the operator is located. This means you can launch the Inspire 1 at a certain point, walk or drive some distance away and it will still be able to locate where you are via the Dynamic Home Point feature. Invoking this feature will tell the Inspire 1 to return to your current location instead of where you launched it earlier.

One feature that is still conspicuously missing in the Inspire 1 is waypoint navigation which allows for full autonomous flight. There are rumors that this feature may be introduced in future updates.

Built for Maximum Propulsion

The Inspire 1 is propelled by massive 13-inch carbon fiber reinforced propellers which are paired to powerful 3510 350kV motors that offer plenty of torque. This propeller-motor combination coupled with a 6-cell 4500mAh battery means the Inspire 1 has plenty of propulsion to play around with.

The Inspire 1 is propelled by massive 13-inch carbon fiber reinforced propellers which are paired to powerful 3510 350kV motors.
The Inspire 1 is propelled by massive 13-inch carbon fiber reinforced propellers which are paired to powerful 3510 350kV motors.
With that much propeller thrust yielding a top speed of 22m/s or about 80km/h, the Inspire 1 can feel like a cross between a 250-class racer and an aerial photography platform. While most aerial photography drones fly around like lumbering giants in the air, this is one quadcopter that can perform amazingly fast and tight maneuvers as well as it does slow and steady flyovers.

…this is one quadcopter that can perform amazingly fast and tight maneuvers as well as it does slow and steady flyovers.
Such a high top-end speed also makes the Inspire 1 suited for filming high speed car chase scenes along winding roads — something that less powerful entry-level aerial photography drones such as the Phantom 3 would struggle in. The powerful propulsion also means the Inspire 1 holds its position very well even in strong gusts of wind.

Camera Gimbal System

The Zenmuse X3 camera gimbal system is probably the main star attraction in the Inspire 1. When it was released, the Inspire 1 became the world’s first consumer drone to feature a 4K camera. The X3 camera is equipped with a 20mm f2.8 rectilinear lens consisting of 9 elements with a field of view of 94 degrees. Having a rectilinear lens means the camera does not suffer from any fisheye effect that is commonly found in consumer drones such as the Phantom 2.

The Xenmuse X3 camera gimbal system is detachable and modular.
The Xenmuse X3 camera gimbal system is detachable and modular.
Having a narrower field of view also means the X3 is more prone to the jello effect when compared to other cameras that have wider angles. To solve this issue, the camera comes with a filter thread and a neutral density filter which you can screw onto the camera to eliminate jello. The filter thread can also be used to attach other filters such as UV filters or polarizers.

The X3 is capable of recording 4K video at 30fps. It can also do 60fps video at 1080P and shoot 12MP still photos in RAW and DNG formats. Having 4K video is great if you’re the type who does a lot of post processing to your videos. If you’re outputting in 1080P, the extra resolution gives plenty of room for cropping and editing. Users also have the option of manually setting the camera’s ISO and shutter speed — a feature not commonly found in cheaper consumer drones where all these settings are done automatically. This ability to manually control the camera’s settings is a must-have if you intend to have full creative control of your shots.

The X3's filter thread can also be used to attach other filters such as UV filters or polarizers.
The X3’s filter thread can also be used to attach other filters such as UV filters or polarizers.
Image stabilization is handled by a 3-axis detachable gimbal which has a sensitivity of 0.03 degrees. This high level of sensitivity allows the Zenmuse X3 to produce buttery smooth aerial videos even in windy conditions. DJI’s range of Zenmuse gimbals are known to produce impressive aerial videos and the X3 is no exception to this.

The Inspire 1 also comes in a dual transmitter kit which allows 1 person to focus on the piloting while another handles the camera and gimbal controls. This is a great feature to have if you’re doing slightly more complicated aerial photography where the drone is headed in one direction while the camera faces another.

A dual transmitter kit is also available for those who want a separate operator to control the camera.
A dual transmitter kit is also available for those who want a separate operator to control the camera.
To get better value out of the Zenmuse X3 system, DJI has recently released a hand grip that allows you to use the Zenmuse X3 as a handheld device for taking videos on the ground — a feature that was clearly inspired by the Yuneec Q500. To transform the Zenmuse X3 into a handheld system, simply detach it from the Inspire 1 and reattach it onto the hand grip and you’re ready to shoot.

The Zenmuse X3 is also modular and can be upgraded in the future. It is also important to note that the Inspire 1 will not work with any other camera or gimbal other than the Zenmuse X3. If you have a GoPro or some mirrorless camera that you want to use for aerial photography, you will not be able to attach them to an Inspire 1.

Intelligent Power Management System

Smart batteries are all the rage these days, especially with consumer drones. The Inspire 1 features a 6-cell 22.2V 4500mAh LiPo smart battery that gives a flight time of approximately 18 minutes. Thanks to the battery’s smart features, the pilot is able to monitor its status live via the DJI Pilot App. Live data include remaining power, voltage of each cell, total lifetime charges and discharges and remaining flight time so you’ll know when to safely land your drone.

 The Inspire 1 features a 6-cell 22.2V 4500mAh LiPo smart battery that gives a flight time of approximately 18 minutes.
The Inspire 1 features a 6-cell 22.2V 4500mAh LiPo smart battery that gives a flight time of approximately 18 minutes.
However, such smart features come at a high price. Each 4500mAh battery costs about $165 with the optional 5700mAh version costing about $199.

DJI Pilot App

The DJI Pilot App which is available for free in both Android and IOS versions, is a must-have component when flying the Inspire 1. Once you have Pilot App installed on your tablet or smartphone, you can then place it at the top of your transmitter’s built-in.

Pilot App allows the user to control flight and camera operations and serves as a kind of heads-up display. It also provides a live video feed as well as other telemetry information such as battery status, GPS status, map view, etc. Live video feed is handled by DJI’s excellent Lightbridge transmitter which can broadcast 720P HD video up to 2km away.

Vision Positioning System

One of the coolest features the Inspire 1 has to offer is its Vision Positioning System — a system of sonar sensors and optical flow camera that help the Inspire 1 figure out its position relative to the ground when there is no GPS signal available for positioning itself.

This feature allows the Inspire 1 to stay put at a fixed position and altitude while flying indoors. By relying on its sonar sensors when flying indoors, the Inspire 1 is capable of knowing its exact altitude from ground level while its down-facing camera allows it to know where it is on the XY plane.

The Vision Positioning System is a system of sonar sensors and optical flow camera that help the Inspire 1 figure out its position relative to the ground when there is no GPS signal available for positioning itself.
The Vision Positioning System is a system of sonar sensors and optical flow camera that help the Inspire 1 figure out its position relative to the ground when there is no GPS signal available for positioning itselfCapabilities
Unfortunately, the Inspire 1 doesn’t transform from a fighting robot into a yellow Camero that you can impress Megan Fox with. That kind of stuff only happens on the big screen. What the Inspire 1 can do however is retract its landing legs to give its new 4K 30 FPS video camera and 12 megapixel still camera an unrestricted 360 degree view. Although not quite as cool, it’s a close second.
2.) ‘Optional Dual-Operator Control’
Whatever the hell that means, right? What DJI means to say is that two people can help control the Inspire 1. Specifically ,one person controls the flying and the other person control the camera. No doubt this kind of teamwork feature will give rise to much more focused and controlled shots.
Screen Shot 2014-11-13 at 2.03.46 AM
3.) Modular Design
This is good to see! As you discover the strength and weaknesses of this new drone, you will probably want to customize different parts to suite your specific needs. DJI has made this process conveniently easy. The Inspire 1’s modular design is supposed to make it a breeze to remove and make future upgrades to the gimbal and camera system....INSPIRE 1 PRO / RAW
Aerial Imaging Evolved
DOWNLOAD STRAIGHT-FROM-THE-CAMERA FILES
INSPIRE 1 PRO/RAWSPECS
HomeProductsInspire 1 Pro/RawSpecs
AIRCRAFT

Model    T600
Weight    2870 g (Battery and propellers included, Zenmuse X5 excluded)
3400 g (Battery, propellers and Zenmuse X5 included)
Max Takeoff Weight    3500 g
Hovering Accuracy (P Mode)    Vertical: 0.5 m
Horizontal: 2.5 m
Max Angular Velocity    Pitch: 300°/s
Yaw: 150°/s
Max Tilt Angle    35°
Max Ascent Speed    5 m/s
Max Descent Speed    4 m/s
Max Speed    18 m/s (ATTI mode, no wind)
Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level    4,500 m (Default altitude limit: 120 m above takeoff point)
Max Wind Speed Resistance    10 m/s
Max Flight Time    Approxi. 15 minutes
Motor Model    DJI 3510H
Propeller Model    DJI 1345T
Indoor Hovering    Enabled by default
Operating Temperature    14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C)
Diagonal Distance    559 mm
CHARGER

Model    A14-100P1A
Voltage    26.3 V
Rated Power    100 W
BATTERY (OPTIONAL)

Name    Intelligent Flight Battery
Model    TB48
Capacity    5700 mAh
Voltage    22.2 V
Battery Type    6S LiPo High voltage battery
Energy    129.96 Wh
Net Weight    670 g
Operating Temperature    14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C)
Storage Temperature    Less than 3 months: -4° to 113° F (-20° to 45° C)
More than 3 months: 72° to 82° F (22° to 28° C)
Charging Temperature    5° to 40° C
Max Charging Power    180 W
Max Flight Time    Approx. 18 minutes
DJI GO APP

Requirements    iOS 8.0 (or later) and Android 4.1.2 (or later)
Supported Mobile Devices    Compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, and iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
Compatible with Samsung tabs 705c, Samsung S6, Samsung S5, Samsung NOTE4, Samsung NOTE3, Google Nexus 9, Google Nexus 7 II, Ascend Mate7, Huawei P8 Max, Huawei Mate 8, Nubia Z7 mini, Sony Xperia Z3, MI 3, MI PAD, Smartisan T1.
*Support for additional Android devices available as testing and development continues.
REMOTE CONTROLLER

Name    C1
Operating Frequency    922.7~927.7 MHz (Japan Only)
5.725~5.825 GHz
2.400~2.483 GHz
Max Transmitting Distance    FCC Compliant: 3.1 miles (5 km); CE Compliant: 2.1 miles (3.5 km)
(unobstructed, free of interference)
EIRP    10 dBm@900m MHz, 13 dBm@5.8 GHz, 20 dBm@2.4 GHz
Video Output Ports    USB, Mini HDMI
Power Supply    Built-in battery
Charging    DJI charger
Dual User Capability    Host-and-Slave connection
Mobile Device Holder    Tablet or Smart Phone
Max Mobile Device Width    170mm
Output Power    9 W
Operating Temperature    14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C)
Storage Temperature    Less than 3 months: -4° to 113° F (-20° to 45° C)
More than 3 months: 72° to 82° F (22° to 28° C)
Charging Temperature    32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Battery    6000 mAh 2S LiPo
BATTERY (STANDARD)

Name    Intelligent Flight Battery
Model    TB47
Capacity    4500 mAh
Voltage    22.2 V
Battery Type    LiPo 6S High voltage battery
Energy    99.9 Wh
Net Weight    570 g
Operating Temperature    14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C)
Storage Temperature    Less than 3 months: -4° to 113° F (-20° to 45° C)
More than 3 months: 72° to 82° F (22° to 28° C)
Charging Temperature    32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Max Charging Power    180 W

VISION POSITIONING

Velocity Range    < 8 m/s @altitude 6.56 feet (2 m)
Altitude Range    0.16 - 16.4 feet (5-500 cm)
Operating Environment    Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting (> 15 lux)
Operating Range    < 9.84 feet (300 cm)

Everything you need for aerial film making integrated into an elegant ready-to-fly system.

DJI’s most advanced technology comes together in an easy to use, all-in-one flying platform that empowers you to create the unforgettable.

Redefining what it means to take to the sky and fly, the DJI Inspire 1 is the most advanced ready-to-fly system for everyone. Packed with the latest technology in photography, videography, and flight, this all-in-one platform empowers you to create stunning footage for any use.

Features:

  • Advanced, Ready-to-Fly Design:

    Imagine holding the future in your hands. Designed to be powerful while lightweight, flexible while providing the stability you need, the Inspire 1 is DJI’s most advanced complete package. All of the latest aerial technology is packed into one simple, ready-to-fly system, putting you in the sky within minutes.

    Everything you need is included and ready to go offering you a complete aerial film making tool in a box. Just add a mobile device or screen for live HD view.

  • Aerodynamic Transforming Design:

    Strong carbon fiber arms lift out of sight, transforming the way you shoot. Get a full, unrestricted 360° view of the world below and create images like never before.

    Carbon fiber arms give you the strength to maneuver in the air and they transform, moving out of the camera’s way at the flick of a switch. With a full 360deg; unobstructed view, you now have the freedom to capture shots independent of the direction you are flying.

    Every part, every component of the Inspire 1 was engineered to be durable and lightweight. The body’s aerodynamic design cuts through the sky and further enhances your control over the aircraft. This ensures long flight times and a long operational life.

     
  • 4K Camera:

    Get crystal clear images with DJI’s most advanced camera to date. Shoot up to 4K video and capture 12 megapixel photos with the Inspire 1 camera. The lens consists of 9 elements in 9 groups including an aspherical element producing extreme clarity, while Adobe DNG RAW support gives you the power to make every shot a masterpiece. Everything is better in 4K.

    • Video: 4K @ 24-30 fps, or 1080p @ 24-60fps
    • Photos: 12 Megapixels
    • Lens: 9 elements in 9 groups including an aspherical element
    • 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor
    • 94° wide-angle FOV
  • New Gimbal System:

    The gimbal holding the camera is the result of DJI's years of expertise in camera stabilization, giving you smooth, stable footage in any flight conditions. 3-axis, 360° rotating gimbal.

  • Full-Featured App:

    Install the mobile app onto your phone or tablet and you’ll see what your Inspire 1 sees. Take complete control of your camera and flight system with a comprehensive mobile app. Everything from manual camera controls to flight telemetry and even auto takeoff and landing are just a tap away, with more functions and updates coming soon.

    • Manual Mode: Change all of your camera settings, including ISO, White Balance, Exposure, and more on the fly ensuring every shot looks exactly the way you want.
    • Auto-Takeoff and Landing: Takeoff and landing is easier than ever before, with both functions just a tap away. Tap once to takeoff and your Inspire 1 will hover and transform, ready to start filming. Then tap again to make it transform into landing mode and auto land.
    • Live Map and Radar: See precisely where your Inspire 1 is at all times on the live map. The map can be enlarged when needed, and shows your most recent flight path.
    • Flight Telemetry: All of the information you need to fly safely is just a glance away. Altitude, flight speed, direction, and more are right at your fingertips.
    • Dynamic Home PointDynamic Home Point: When GPS signal is available on the remote, the Home Point automatically refreshes. This becomes useful while traveling in a car or on a boat allowing the return-to-home point to move where the operator goes. Multiple configurations are available via the Dynamic Home Point function.
    • Remote Control Customization: Put yourself in charge by tailoring the Inspire 1's controls to your personal needs. This way, your Inspire 1 moves and responds in the ways you’re most comfortable with.
  • Create Together. Optional Dual-Operator Control:

    Fly with a friend and share your vision. Achieve shots that never would have been possible alone by using two remote controllers. One person flies, while the other controls the camera.

    Each user can have their own screen to see exactly what is being shot in real-time. By working in tandem, you’re capturing shots that are more complex and artistic than ever before.

  • Fly Indoors and Without GPS using Vision Positioning System:

    Flying indoors is easier than ever with Optical Flow technology that provides accurate position holding even when GPS is unavailable. DJI's new Optical Flow technology uses a specially designed camera as well as sonic waves to bring simplicity to flying indoors. This technology allows the Inspire to hold its position, stop when the controls are released, and respond to your commands even when GPS is unavailable. The sensors determine your Inspire 1's location and altitude and lower the legs automatically when landing.

  • Live HD View:

    A real-time feed from your Inspire 1's camera is displayed in 720p HD on your mobile device giving you a perfect view of what the camera sees to frame your shots.

    This is made possible by an all new and improved version of DJI's Lightbridge technology which can transmit video from up to 2km away.

  • Modular Gimbal And Camera:

    Inspire 1's gimbal and camera can be removed from the aircraft for safe transport and future upgrades.

  • Intelligent Power Management System:

    A fully integrated intelligent battery powers your Inspire 1 and virtually manages itself.

    When in flight, your remaining battery power is shown live, letting you know how long you can continue to fly. Advanced algorithms calculate the distance of your aircraft and estimated time to return home, letting you know when it's time to fly back.

    The battery reports the voltage of each cell, the total lifetime charges and discharges, and the overall health and battery status. All this helps you keep your Inspire 1 in the air and flying for years to come.

  • Dedicated Controls:

    Take absolute control of your Inspire 1 with DJI's most sophisticated remote controller to date. Featuring dedicated buttons for photo and video capture, a gimbal control dial, an integrated rechargeable battery and more, it's easy and intuitive to fly. The controller has an HDMI and USB port allowing you to connect mobile devices or compatible screens.

  • Easy, Safe Flight:

    Even if you’ve never flown before, taking off and landing your Inspire 1 is easy and safe. It takes just one tap to make your Inspire 1 takeoff and transform, ready to start filming. Then tap again to have it transform into landing mode and land.

    When GPS is available, the Home Point (the location you are standing) automatically refreshes, so your Inspire 1 always knows where you are even if you move around. When you tell it to come back, or in case of an emergency, it knows exactly where to go and land safely.

  • ModelT600
    Weight (Battery Included)2935 g
    Hover Accuracy (GPS mode)Vertical: 0.5m; Horizontal: 2.5m
    Max Angular VelocityPitch: 300°/s; Yaw: 150°/s
    Max Tiltable Angle35°
    Max Ascent / Descent SpeedAscent: 5m/s; Descent: 4m/s
    Max Speed22 m/s (ATTI mode, no wind)
    Max Flight Altitude4500 m
    Max Wind Speed Resistance10 m/s
    Max Flight TimeApproximately 18 minutes
    Motor ModelDJI 3510
    Propeller ModelDJI 1345
    Indoor HoveringEnabled by default
    Operating Temperature Range-10° to 40° C
    Diagonal Distance559 to 581 mm
    Dimensions438x451x301 mm
    GimbalModelZENMUSE X3
    Operating CurrentStation: 750 mA; Motion: 900 mA
    Angular Vibration Range±0.03°
    MountingDetachable
    Controllable RangePitch: -90° to +30° Pan: ±320°
    Mechanical RangePitch: -125° to +45° Pan: ±330°
    Max Controllable SpeedPitch: 120°/s; Pan: 180°/s
    CameraNameX3
    ModelFC350
    Total Pixels12.76M
    Effective Pixels12.4M
    Image Max Size4000x3000
    ISO Range100~6400
    FOV (Field of View)94°
    CMOSSony EXMOR 1/2.3"
    Lens
    • f/2.8 (20 mm equivalent)
    • 9 Elements in 9 groups
    • Aspherical lens element
    • Anti-distortion filter
    • UV filter
    Still Photography Modes
    • Single shoot
    • Burst shooting (BURST: 3/5/7 frames?AEB: 3 or 5 bracketed frames at 0.7EV Bias)
    • Time lapse
    HD Video Recording Modes
    • UHD (4K): 4096x2160p24/25?3840x2160p24/25/30
    • FHD: 1920x1080p24/25/30/48/50/60
    • HD: 1280x720p24/25/30/48/50/60
    Max Bitrate of Video Storage60 Mbps
    Supported File Formats
    • FAT32/exFAT
    • Photo: JPEG?DNG
    • Video: MP4/MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
    Supported SD Card TypesSD/SDHC/SDXC Micro SD. Max capacity: 64 GB. Speed: Class 10 or higher
    Operating Environment Temperature0°C ~ 40°C
    Remote ControllerNameC1
    Operating Frequency
    • 922.7~927.7 MHz (Japan Only)
    • 5.728~5.850 GHz
    • 2.400~2.483 GHz
    Transmitting Distance (outdoor and unobstructed)2 km
    EIRP10dBm@900m,13dBm@5.8G, 20dBm@2.4G
    Video Output PortUSB, HDMI
    Power SupplyBuilt-in battery
    ChargingDJI charger
    Dual User CapabilityHost-and-Slave connection
    Mobile Device HolderTablet or Phone
    Output Power9 W
    Operating Temperature Range-20° to 40° C
    Storage Temperature Range
    • Less than 3 months: -20° to 45° C
    • More than 3 months: 22° to 28° C
    Charging Temperature Range0-40° C
    Battery6000 mAh LiPo 2S
    ChargerModelA14-100P1A
    Voltage26.3 V
    Rated Power100 W
    Battery (Standard)NameIntelligent Flight Battery
    ModelTB47
    Capacity4500 mAh
    Voltage22.2 V
    Battery TypeLiPo 6S High voltage battery
    Energy99.9 Wh
    Net Weight570 g
    Operating Temperature Range-20° to 40° C
    Storage Temperature Range
    • Less than 3 months: -20° to 45° C
    • More than 3 months: 22° C to 28° C
    Charging Temperature Range0° to 40° C
    Max Charging Power180 W
    Battery (Optional)NameIntelligent Flight Battery
    ModelTB48
    Capacity5700 mAh
    Voltage22.8 V
    Battery TypeLiPo 6S
    Energy129.96 Wh
    Net Weight670 g
    Operating Temperature Range-20 to 40° C
    Storage Temperature Range
    • Less than 3 months: -20° to 45° C
    • More than 3 months: 22° to 28° C
    Charging Temperature Range0° to 40° C
    Max Charging Power180 W
    Vision PositioningVelocity RangeBelow 8 m/s (2 m above ground)
    Altitude Range5-500 cm
    Operating EnvironmentBrightly lit (lux > 15) patterned surfaces
    Operating Range0-250 cm