NEWS

Intelligent Flight Modes from DJI

Published on: 10th September 2015

Flying Gadgets has revealed exciting updates to add further features to the brand’s Phantom 3 range and Inspire 1 drones.

intelligent-flying-480These new flight modes for the DJI GO app are ready for download, bringing with them easier and more intelligent flight. Current owners of the aforementioned drones can also update their app by logging on to DJI.com.

In a breakdown of the exact updates, the DJI Phantom 3 Advanced now gets an upgrade to support 2.7k video resolution and also gets a host of new functions:

  • Follow Me lets the Phantom 3 follow its operator on their adventures, tracking them from a pre-defined distance and recording them as they go, without the need to control the drone.
  • Course Lock allows the drone to fly along a set path, perfect for completing tracking shots.
  • Waypoint gives users the ability to fly and record a flight path and then repeat the same route but with total control of the camera and orientation – they can also save speed settings and store favourite missions
  • Point of Interest is the ability to set the drone to circle an object at a predefined height and take shots and footage not available previously.

Josh Farleigh, MD of Flying Gadgets, commented: “With these updates, the DJI drone ranges are incredibly intuitive and certainly punch above their price tags considering the technology inside.”

DJI units are available to order now from Flying Gadgets. Visit www.flyinggadgets.com, call 0844 209 2626 or email sales@flyinggadgets.co.uk

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