DJI Phantom 4 Pro Drone Review: Tap Fly

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DJI Phantom 4 Pro Drone Review: Tap Fly

This is the third in a series of demonstration flights that examine the features and capabilities of the Phantom 4 Pro. Buy it here . This particular flight focuses on demonstration of Tap Fly Intelligent Flight Mode.

The below short list of pros and cons are limited to the features demonstrated or discussed in this video. Follow-on videos will expound on additional features and limitations of this quadcopter.

– The Phantom 4 can fly to or away from any object viewed on screen of the DJI Go 4 app. Simply tap on the viewed object on the screen to initiate, and select Go. It’s that easy. This enables interesting aerial video shots such as zoom in or zoom out crane shots.
– Tap Fly has three different variants including Forward, Backward, Free. Forward and Backward allow zooming in and zooming out shots respectively. In both of these variants, the camera is locked in the direction of travel. Tap Fly Free allows yawing the quadcopter to view away from the direction of travel.

– Tap Fly free does not incorporate obstacle avoidance.
– Wind can cause the quadcopter to drift from the desired direction.

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