DJI Mavic 2 Rumors & Leaks!
Jul07

DJI Mavic 2 Rumors & Leaks!

The DJI Mavic 2 or also known as the Mavic Pro 2 has been leaked. Once the rumor mills start, they just don’t seem to stop. Everything we know about the Mavic 2 is below. DJI Mavic 2 formerly expected to be called DJI Mavic Pro 2 Mavic 2  – The Compact Phantom we’ve dreamed of?  Update 3: Mavic Enterprise images leaked Further images of the new Mavic from DJI have surfaced. This time it’s not the Mavic 2 however but a Mavic Enterprise Edition.   Update 2: DJI pushes launch of Mavic 2 We have just received word that DJI has delayed the originally planned July 18th “See the bigger picture” event. No new date has been set at the time of this writing. Parti Update: New Drone release confirmed! A new DJI Mavic 2 (Pro 2) is coming! DJI sent out invitations to a media event for a July 18th event at 10am New York (EST) time. The original DJI Mavic revolutionized the drone market with its release. Up until that point you had to carry a large phantom sized drone with you if you wanted decent videos and photos from the air. While we got used to constantly having an extra cooler box, errrm the Phantom 4 box as a piece of luggage in the car, the compact Mavic Platform changed that. The Rumor-mills have been in high gear regarding this July 18th event. As we have seen many leaked images of a much anticipated Phantom 5 with its removable camera lenses, there is a small possibility that we are in fact getting a P5 instead of a Mavic 2. Yet when one studies the image of the invitation there is an obvious theme presented. “See the bigger picture” the invitation of the DJI drone release event reads. In the background you find an image that is made up of a “little big planet” style photograph. It also resembles an iris in a human eye. This surely is a hint towards an increased sensor size of the DJI Mavic 2. What we are expecting to arrive: DJI Mavic 2 Specs: 12 MP Sony IMX226 CMOS 1/1.7″ STARVIS sensor compared to current Mavic Pros 1/2.3” CMOS sensor) 4K at 60fps (H265) 100mbps increased video bandwidth Sensor improvements allow for: Improved low light performance Increased dynamic range Lower noise in images at same ISO Lens: f/2.8 – f/11 Redesigned 3 Axis Gimbal Camera: The individual pixels size will be comparable to the Phantom 4 Pro’s (also the V2’s). The increase in the sensor size from a 1/2.3” to the 1/1.7” sensor while keeping the total number of pixels at...

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DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2 Rumors & Leaks
Mar17

DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2 Rumors & Leaks

With all these Rumors floating around regarding a new Phantom, makes the idea of a DJI Phantom 4 V2 is very interesting. We detail the latest DJI Phantom 4 V2 Rumors and Leaks!   DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 New Release: The DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 was officially released by DJI. Click Here to check out the new Phantom 4 Pro V2.0! The Latest Rumors: It appears DJI is planning on releasing an updated Phantom 4. Naming the Device a Phantom 4 Pro V2 and not a Phantom 5 hints at an iterative upgrade and not a “brand new” drone. This is really interesting because we just got the rumored Phantom 5 Rumors & Leaks (<- with Video) a few days ago! What do we know so far about the Phantom 4 Pro V2? All the latest including leaked photographs below: Update 5: Remote Controls hit FCC Update 4: Phantom 4 Pro RTK Confirmed Update 3: Phantom 4 Pro V2 Confirmed! The Registration with the FCC confirms that the DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2 is officially coming! Taking a peek at the test report shows that the testing took place back on Jan. 13th 2018. (FCC Label for the new DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2) (This is where the FCC label will be located inside the battery compartment of the Phantom 4 V2)   Update 3: Rumored Specs P4P V2 The official name of the drone will be DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 and carries the model number WM331S. The Specs (bold = confirmed): Model WM331S Remote Control Tx on 2.4 & 5GHz Bands US: 2400-2483.5MHz and 5725-5850MHz Disabled in firmware (US): 5150-5350MHz, 5470-5850MHz New SDR in the remote control (SDR = Software-defined radio) Ocusync II – offers low lag, wide bandwidth data link, enhanced SDR, enhanced efficiency radio frequency usage, multiple device connections. Sine Wave ESCs (Electronic Speed Controls) with FOC (Field Oriented Control). The P4P uses square wave ESCs. The exclusion of certain MHz Bands is normal for products being sold in the US. Certain Countries only allow transmission on certain frequency bands. This is normal amongst electronics manufacturers.   Update 2: Phantom 4 Pro V2 leaked images The first credible Phantom 4 Pro V2 leaked images have hit! Check out a top view of the new drone and a glimpse at the new Remote Control. We see what looks like a normal Phantom 4 or Phantom 4 Pro from above the drone looking down. Immediately noticeable however are the newly designed props to the right of the drone. (Top View of the Phantom 4 Pro V2) The leaked P4PV2 Remote Control has a large opening for extra...

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DJI Phantom 5 Rumors – The latest Leaks & photos
Mar15

DJI Phantom 5 Rumors – The latest Leaks & photos

The rumor mills are in full swing after the first real images leaked of the DJI Phantom 5 with removable camera lenses. Don’t miss other rumors on the Phantom 4 V2 HERE DJI Phantom 5 Rumors & Leaks There have been rumors of the specs for the Phantom 5 for quite some time as expectations of what the new drone may have circulated the net. Now, however, we got informed of the first “real” leaked photographs of DJIs much-anticipated Phantom 5 Drone.   Update: More images leaked of the DJI Phantom 5!   (Phantom 5 Gimbal in a closer look)   (Another view of the gimbal with interchangeable lens mount) (Phantom 5 in the wild, flying)   Initial leak As you can see in the leaked images below the Phantom 5 from DJI is due to get a massive upgrade. Changeable lenses! (Subscribe here to never miss a video like...

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DJI Spark Charging Station Review – Everything you need to know!
Feb03

DJI Spark Charging Station Review – Everything you need to know!

DJI released a new accessory for the DJI Spark drone! Today we will take a look at the DJI Spark Charging Station. This device allows you to charge your Spark drone on the go! DJI Spark Charging Station Review   (Our own video review of the charging station)   Features The charging station allows you to charge your DJI Spark, spare batteries and even any accessory which is able to be charged with a USB cable. If you have ever wished to charge batteries while on-the-go, without a power outlet available, then this is for you! Highlights: Charge & Storage location for Spark (with battery), and 2 additional spare Spark batteries 5000mAh built-in LiPo battery enough to charge 3 Spark batteries fully Different available charging modes Smart Charge Order Includes an additional AC Adapter Optional Case is the last Case you will need for your Spark!     Usage To turn on the Spark Charging Station you just tap-release-tap-and-hold the power button. Just like you turn on the DJI Spark or any other DJI drone for that matter. It’s intelligent Smart Charge Order feature ensures that you can get back into the air as quickly as possible. The batteries in the aircraft get charged first and then the spare batteries inside the Spark Charging Station. The spare batteries will be charged in order of highest remaining charge first. So if one spare battery is at 30% remaining charge and the other at 15%, the one with 30% will get charged first. This ensures the shortest charge time for the next battery being charged. Note: When the power level of the charging station gets to 5% it will stop charging and turn itself off automatically. Additionally when charging is complete or the device doesn’t find a battery or device to charge it will turn off automatically.   Different Modes Leaving Charging Station attached to External Power You can use the Spark Charging Station while plugged into an AC Outlet. This allows you to charge your batteries and the charging station at the same time. You can also only charge your smartphone or tablet via the built-in USB port. One less charger you have to carry with you on vacation!     Charging Station out in the field with no External Power Of course, the main purpose of the Spark Charging Station is to charge your Spark and its batteries out on-the-go. Once the charging station is fully charged, it’s capable of charging three DJI Spark batteries from a fully discharged state to fully charged. Of course, we don’t recommend running your batteries all the way to 0% charge as this can damage...

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DJI Mavic Air Leaks & Rumors
Jan17

DJI Mavic Air Leaks & Rumors

Everything about the DJI Mavic Air including launch details, Rumors and leaks. An announcement event is taking place on January 23rd 10AM EST. We expect to officially hear about the DJI Mavic Air at this event. The next Drone release from DJI is around the corner. Stay tuned to all updates, enter your email at the end of the article! DJI Mavic Air DJI’s consumer drones haven’t seen a real update to the Mavic segment since the Mavic Pro’s launch in October 2016. The following evolutionary update was the Mavic Platinum which featured an up to 4dB reduction in take-off and landing noise, as well as an improved flight time reaching up to 30min. The Mavic Platinum was released in August 2017. Shortly thereafter the Mavic Pro received a fully white version edition called the Alpine White Edition in November 2017. The Mavic Air will be the first big update to the Mavic line since the Mavic Pro’s debut in 2016. The next version of the Mavic was rumored to be the Mavic 2. This drone would see the inclusion of a camera similar to the 1″ sensor found on the Phantom 4 Pro/Adv. The Adventure Unfolds event could see a launch of two new Mavic drones. One being the Mavic Air with a 1/2.3″ sensor (12 MP) with zoom capabilities and the other being a Pro model with the 1″ sensor (20 MP). The next few months will see a Mavic Pro II & Phantom 5.     Read on to find out about expected features & pricing information. Live-Stream is up! Watch it live HERE! Update 14: It’s official Mavic Air is here! Check out the new DJI Mavic Air Here! (Click here to check out the new Mavic Air)   Update 13: Specs confirmed! We have just received word of the official specs of the Mavic Air. It appears to have a version of Ocusync as the range is up to 4km! Camera: 3-Axis Gimbal 1/2.3″ 12MP CMOS camera sensor Auto-panorama mode (Vertical/Wide/180°/Sphere) & HDR Photos 4K/30fps @ 100Mpbs video and 1080p/120fps slow motion video 8GB onboard memory Flight performance: 21min flight time flight control distance of 4km max speed of 68.4km/h (42.5mph / 19m/s) Supports 2.4/5.8GHz dual signal band switching Aircraft: Fuselage can be folded Remote Control can be folded Remote Control Control-Sticks can be removed Advanced features: Smart return-to-home Advanced flight support system VIO – Visual inertial odometer technology Algorithm redundancy and multi-sensor redundancy design Intelligent & Easy to use Follow Me mode Short film modes Guided flight The Mavic Air will be DJI CARE eligible and compatible with the DJI Goggles.   Update...

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