DJI’s Phantom are the world’s most famous, advanced and professional Quadcopters. Lying dormant for over one hundred years, the Bardarbunga volcano has recently surged back to life. An open wound in the center of Iceland, the Holuhran fissure opened up in 2014 and continues to roil and cook the molten rock inside of its magma reservoirs. Phantom 3 does the near-impossible and travels the length of the goliath lava vent to get some of the most stunning video ever seen.
Phantom 3 comes in two versions: the Professional which is capable of 4K video, and the Advanced version, which shoots 1080p. Both capture 12MP stills thanks to a 1/2.3″ Sony Exmor with 12.4 effective MP (earlier it was 14 MP). The 94° angle of view equivalent to 20mm. A 3-axis gimbal keeps the camera unit steady in flight.
The Professional model captures 4096 x 2160 4K video at 24p or 3840 x 2160 (UHD) at 24p or 30p. Both models are capable of 1920 x 1080 24/30/60p. Using DJI’s Pilot app, livestreaming to YouTube is possible. The app and the drone’s remote control both allow for access to camera settings including ISO, shutter speed and exposure compensation. The Phantom 3 also boasts an upgraded battery with better in-flight sensors and a faster charger. Source : dji
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