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DJI Phantom 4 Pro and Pro+


Powerful drone
Reliable and easy to operate
Solid camera experience
Multi-direction obstacle avoidance


Large machine that does not fold for transport
One-piece propellers that need to be removed for transport
Does not use Ocusync
The newer V2.0 version is better in almost every way

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Bottom Line

When it launched, the Phantom 4 Pro looked like a superb iterative update, but this drone did not get the credit it deserves. The newer Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is the superior drone, but the differences are subtle. This airframe has proven effective for hobby and commercial purposes, putting multiple payloads into the sky.

As far as drones go, the DJI Phantom line really is the iconic design of the industry. The Phantom 4 Pro+ was as good as it gets for more than a year after the quadcopter was announced.

Note: Our initial review posted in November, 2017. We reviewed the Phantom 4 Pro+, with the display built into the controller.

Truth is, the Phantom 4 Pro is no longer in production, the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is the drone you want. OcuSync alone opens up a world of connectivity applications. We, otherwise, have nothing new to say about the initial Phantom 4 Pro this update.
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V2.0 upgrade

New: Phantom 4 Pro V2.0

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DJI has released an update to this great drone, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is updated in mostly the same way that the Mavic Pro Platinum improves over the original Mavic Pro. To be specific, new propellers and updated ESCs create more efficient and quieter flight. The big update that many of us are excited for is the inclusion of OcuSync, which adds multi-remote connectivity and a wireless connection to the DJI Goggles

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