The company DJI has carried out training of employees of retail stores Apple Store, which will be sold 4 Phantom. This is a new quadcopter, the first consumer-level drone using advanced computer vision and recognition technology. The device retails for $1400 will be sold in exclusive retail outlets of Apple.
At the meeting with the consultants Apple Store representatives from DJI told me that the device allows even beginners to shoot professional scenes. System Obstacle Sensing System provides two front-facing optical sensor that detects obstacles and automatically changes the flight path of the drone avoid accidents. If the quadrocopter can fly around the obstacle, it slows to a stop awaiting further instructions from the operator. Test flights were carried out in several Apple stores.
Among the other key features of DJI innovations in said systems and ActiveTrack TapFly. The tracking function is active ActiveTrack allows you to control the camera using the DJI mobile app Go to the iPhone and iPad. The drone recognizes the 3D image and uses machine learning to keep the subject in center of frame, even if it changes shape or rotates. Using TapFly enough to put your finger on a map final point of a route and the Phantom 4 will automatically calculate the optimal path considering obstacles.
The drone includes one of the best in its class 4K camera, which has an advanced optical system that improves the sharpness in the corners of the frame and reducing chromatic aberration. The broadcasting system DJI Lightbridge provides transmission of real time HD video on a user’s device within a radius of 5 km.
The cost of a DJI Phantom 4 will be $1400. Pre-orders for the gadget are accepted from March 1 and the official start of sales is scheduled for March 15. Apple Store will become the only stores where you can purchase the device than the official outlets of the company DJI.