Chinese company DJI has unveiled a new camera drone, the Phantom 3 Standard, quadcopter that features a built-in HD video camera. Also Read - DJI FPV first person hybrid drone with motion controller launched: Price, features
The Phantom 3 Standard has a built-in 3-axis stabilization gimbal, 12-megapixel still image capture, up to 2.7K of video capture at 30 fps and 40 Mbps, video downlink at up to 720p and a flight time of up to 25 minutes. According to the Verge, it comes at price of $799. In Standard version of DJI, the users will not get new hardware that is on costlier Phantom 3 versions like downward-facing camera, LightBridge video downlink and ability to connect with the GLONASS satellite positioning system. Also Read - DJI Mavic Air 2 takes 48MP photos and records 4K at 60fps: Check price, flight time and other features
The users get an improved flight controller and an integrated remote that removes the need for an external Wi-Fi range extender. They will also be able to use apps developers create for the Phantom 3 line but they may require hardware that is missing on Standard. Also Read - DJI to launch new product on April 27; could it be the Mavic Air 2?