DJI Phantom 3 Standard Is $799 Drone For Beginner Pilots

Posted: Aug 7 2015, 7:53am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 7 2015, 8:07am CDT , in Technology News


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DJI Phantom 3 Standard is $799 Drone for Beginner Pilots
  • DJI Phantom 3 Standard is a Photography and Video Drone with an intelligent flight system

The DJI Phantom 3 Standard is a jewel of a drone. It can shoot video clips of scenes from up in the air.

DJI produced its Phantom 3 Standard. This is a flying camera that is different than the rest. In fact, it is the best of its kind that got created so far. It is for the sake of novice pilots.

DJI’s logic is such that the equilibrium, flight path and photography of the drone is perfect. A novel drone was in the pipeline. And with the creation of this product, aerial imaging becomes a cinch.

“Based on the remarkable success of the DJI Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced, we wanted to create a new drone that addresses people who are curious about aerial imaging, but not quite ready to commit to a more professional system,” said Frank Wang, DJI’s CEO and Founder.

“The Phantom 3 Standard makes it easy to get into the air to take great photos and videos.”

The design is superb. And the integration of a camera in the works is also wonderful in its makeup. The high definition photography gets achieved at 30 frames per second. Photos get taken at 12 megapixels in JPG formats. And all it takes is a Wi-Fi connection.

GPS stabilization also exists on the platform. It is a cheaper drone with simpler features. DJI Phantom 3 Standard drone is also $200 cheaper than the previous two models. It costs $799. The ordinary chap will find a lot of stuff to explore in this drone. Besides the lower price, it also provides better footage.

The camera mounted at the bottom is a low resolution device. This is one professional contraption that won’t let the user down. It has features that resemble other models but it also has differences in its makeup. It lacks a clamp though.

The gizmo is a lean mean machine that delivers. In the capacity of a gadget, it has sensors for indoor flight. The makers wanted to create a new drone that was opposed to the erstwhile models. And they succeeded in their goals with a flourish.

Drones have been the talk of the town in the global village since the noughties began. They were used for military and surveillance purposes. But now they are also used for several other objectives. These include news reporting and package delivery.

The smart and quick little critters of technology can get the job done in a jiffy. They look inconspicuous and seem not to be anything special. But once you operate one, you get to know that it is a curious case of leading edge technology. Drones are here to stay. And they will play a fundamental role in the future info-wars and everyday life.

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