The Inspire can have two controllers, one person to fly and the other to control the camera
It is steadier in bigger winds and generally more stable
Some models have detachable camera for a new Micro-Four-Thirds interchangeable lens system that has great potential.
LIVE MAP AND RADAR
If you have internets while flying, you get all your radar data and Google Maps live. It’s really rad. You also get a full flight path history, not just for the current flight, but for all previous flights as well.
AUTOMATIC TAKE-OFF AND FLY BACK HOME
This is one feature about the Inspire that makes it even easier to operate than its predecessor. On the app, there is an automatic take-off that is very fun to use! I hand the iPad to friends all the time and tell them to take-off. They’re like “No Way!” and I’m like “Way!” Then they can swipe-to-take-off and it’s always a thrill! The quad goes to about 10 feet in the air and then the landing gear retracts… so awesome!
There’s also a fly-to-home and land feature. It knows where it launched from, so it can come right back. If you ended up walking quite a ways, you can also reset the home position to where the controller currently is. Smart!
HOW LONG DOES THE BATTERY LAST?
The battery lasts about 20 minutes. I have 3 of them, and that seems to suit me pretty well. If I have to hit a few locations, that seems to do the trick. The remote control also has a rechargeable battery that seems to last about forever!
THE SINGLE OR DUAL CONTROLLER VERSION?
I have the dual controller version, which allows one person to fly and the other person to shoot video or take photos. Very cool! I’ve only done that a few times… 90% of my flights are with a single controller, and that honestly works just fine.
When you shoot video with the Inspire, you’ll be shocked at the quality. I think it is honestly better than the GoPro I had on the Phantom. I’ve had many friends comment on this as well. What video modes does it have? Here, I will be lazy and just copy/paste the answer.
UHD (4K): 4096x2160p 24/25, 3840x2160p 24/25/30 FHD: 1920x1080p 24/25/30/48/50/60 HD: 1280x720p 24/25/30/48/50/60
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