The camera on the Inspire 1 shoots 4K video @ 30FPS, and it can capture 12 megapixel stills. The lens itself is made up of nine separate elements to produce a crystal clear shot.
The Zenmuse X3, a 3-axis, 360o
rotating gimbal counteracts every stutter and tilt of the drone to deliver perfectly stable shots. The camera and gimbal systems
can be individually controlled to achieve the perfect shot.
The Inspire 1 sports 13-inch rotors enforced with carbon fiber compound are mounted on four brushless motors with curved electromagnets for maximum efficiency. New custom computer chips
control the torque of the motors to achieve maximum reliability.
The Inspire 1 is controlled by dual operators: one maneuvers the drone, while another controls the camera and gimbal. Both operators recieve a live feed from the Inspire as well as its flight
path on a virtual map. All of Inspire's camera settings can be controled inflight by the operator, who can fine-tune his shots. Flight telemetry, navigation, altitude, and speed controls are within reach.
In addition, the Inspire 1 can land semi-autonomously, and will do so automatically in the case of a loss-of-signal or technical difficulty.
Range & Power
The Inspire's intelligent power system gives the operator real-time power data while "advanced algorithms calculate the estimated time to return home", letting us know when it’s time to return. The batteries
provide approximatly 18 minutes of flight each, while advanced Lightbridge technology gives the drone a 2km range. The Inspire's maximum velocity is 22m/s, and it can fly up to 4.5 km in the sky.
more information at dji.com.