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DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
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DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses

DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
DJI Inspire 2 Quadcopter with CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Licenses
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Features

  • Cinemadng raw and Apple ProRes installed; Operating Temperature: -4° to 104° F (-20° to 40° C)
  • This version of the Inspire 2 features the Cinema DNG raw and Apple ProRes codec licenses pre-installed, enabling you to record 4K and 5.2K video in these low-compression, post-friendly formats.
  • Advanced obstacle sensing
  • Forward and downward vision systems enable the Inspire 2 to detect obstacles up to 30 meters ahead, allowing for protected flight at up to 34 mph at a controllable attitude angle of 25°. upward-facing infrared sensors scan obstacles 16' Above, adding protection when flying in enclosed spaces. Obstacle-sensing systems are active during normal flight, RTH, and all intelligent Flight Modes.
  • Spotlight Pro is a powerful tracking mode that allows even single pilots to capture complex, dramatic images. It uses advanced, visual-tracking Algorithms to lock onto a subject during flight, regardless of the direction that the Inspire 2 flies, creating shots that would once have required a dedicated camera operator. If the gimbal comes close to reaching its rotation limits, the Inspire 2 itself will rotate in the same direction without affecting flight control or the shot being captured to free up gimbal movement.
  • Spotlight Pro has two shooting modes: quick Mode and composition mode. In quick Mode, select an object to begin tracking. In composition mode, select the subject and the tracking position. When the subject enters the preset tracking position, press the shortcut to begin tracking. The gimbal can be moved during shooting for composition adjustments. Spotlight Pro is available in all intelligent Flight Modes including active track, Tap fly, way point and point of interest.
  • The 2-axis onboard FPV camera separates the flight view from the main Camera view, effectively giving the Inspire 2 a dedicated "tap-to-fly" Camera. Tap a point onscreen in the FPV view to set a flight route and the Inspire 2 will automatically fly along that route, leaving the pilot to focus on gimbal movement.

Description

In the box: dji Inspire 2 quadcopter with cinematic and Apple prores licenses remote control (transmitter x propeller pairs 2 x intelligent Flight battery battery charger charging hub power cable usb cable microSD card vision system calibration plate 3 x gimbal damper propeller mounting plates carrying case4 x battery insulation sticker inspire 2 cinemadng & Apple prores license key (pre-installed)


Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches


Item Weight 7.6 pounds


ASIN B01N5MW158


Item model number CP.BX.000185


Batteries 8 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 2.8 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 2.8 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 7, 2017


Manufacturer DJI


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Delivery

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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Cinemadng raw and Apple ProRes installed; Operating Temperature: -4° to 104° F (-20° to 40° C)
  • This version of the Inspire 2 features the Cinema DNG raw and Apple ProRes codec licenses pre-installed, enabling you to record 4K and 5.2K video in these low-compression, post-friendly formats.
  • Advanced obstacle sensing
  • Forward and downward vision systems enable the Inspire 2 to detect obstacles up to 30 meters ahead, allowing for protected flight at up to 34 mph at a controllable attitude angle of 25°. upward-facing infrared sensors scan obstacles 16' Above, adding protection when flying in enclosed spaces. Obstacle-sensing systems are active during normal flight, RTH, and all intelligent Flight Modes.
  • Spotlight Pro is a powerful tracking mode that allows even single pilots to capture complex, dramatic images. It uses advanced, visual-tracking Algorithms to lock onto a subject during flight, regardless of the direction that the Inspire 2 flies, creating shots that would once have required a dedicated camera operator. If the gimbal comes close to reaching its rotation limits, the Inspire 2 itself will rotate in the same direction without affecting flight control or the shot being captured to free up gimbal movement.
  • Spotlight Pro has two shooting modes: quick Mode and composition mode. In quick Mode, select an object to begin tracking. In composition mode, select the subject and the tracking position. When the subject enters the preset tracking position, press the shortcut to begin tracking. The gimbal can be moved during shooting for composition adjustments. Spotlight Pro is available in all intelligent Flight Modes including active track, Tap fly, way point and point of interest.
  • The 2-axis onboard FPV camera separates the flight view from the main Camera view, effectively giving the Inspire 2 a dedicated "tap-to-fly" Camera. Tap a point onscreen in the FPV view to set a flight route and the Inspire 2 will automatically fly along that route, leaving the pilot to focus on gimbal movement.

Description

In the box: dji Inspire 2 quadcopter with cinematic and Apple prores licenses remote control (transmitter x propeller pairs 2 x intelligent Flight battery battery charger charging hub power cable usb cable microSD card vision system calibration plate 3 x gimbal damper propeller mounting plates carrying case4 x battery insulation sticker inspire 2 cinemadng & Apple prores license key (pre-installed)


Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches


Item Weight 7.6 pounds


ASIN B01N5MW158


Item model number CP.BX.000185


Batteries 8 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 2.8 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 2.8 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 7, 2017


Manufacturer DJI


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Cinemadng raw and Apple ProRes installed; Operating Temperature: -4° to 104° F (-20° to 40° C)
  • This version of the Inspire 2 features the Cinema DNG raw and Apple ProRes codec licenses pre-installed, enabling you to record 4K and 5.2K video in these low-compression, post-friendly formats.
  • Advanced obstacle sensing
  • Forward and downward vision systems enable the Inspire 2 to detect obstacles up to 30 meters ahead, allowing for protected flight at up to 34 mph at a controllable attitude angle of 25°. upward-facing infrared sensors scan obstacles 16' Above, adding protection when flying in enclosed spaces. Obstacle-sensing systems are active during normal flight, RTH, and all intelligent Flight Modes.
  • Spotlight Pro is a powerful tracking mode that allows even single pilots to capture complex, dramatic images. It uses advanced, visual-tracking Algorithms to lock onto a subject during flight, regardless of the direction that the Inspire 2 flies, creating shots that would once have required a dedicated camera operator. If the gimbal comes close to reaching its rotation limits, the Inspire 2 itself will rotate in the same direction without affecting flight control or the shot being captured to free up gimbal movement.
  • Spotlight Pro has two shooting modes: quick Mode and composition mode. In quick Mode, select an object to begin tracking. In composition mode, select the subject and the tracking position. When the subject enters the preset tracking position, press the shortcut to begin tracking. The gimbal can be moved during shooting for composition adjustments. Spotlight Pro is available in all intelligent Flight Modes including active track, Tap fly, way point and point of interest.
  • The 2-axis onboard FPV camera separates the flight view from the main Camera view, effectively giving the Inspire 2 a dedicated "tap-to-fly" Camera. Tap a point onscreen in the FPV view to set a flight route and the Inspire 2 will automatically fly along that route, leaving the pilot to focus on gimbal movement.

Description

In the box: dji Inspire 2 quadcopter with cinematic and Apple prores licenses remote control (transmitter x propeller pairs 2 x intelligent Flight battery battery charger charging hub power cable usb cable microSD card vision system calibration plate 3 x gimbal damper propeller mounting plates carrying case4 x battery insulation sticker inspire 2 cinemadng & Apple prores license key (pre-installed)


Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches


Item Weight 7.6 pounds


ASIN B01N5MW158


Item model number CP.BX.000185


Batteries 8 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 2.8 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 2.8 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 7, 2017


Manufacturer DJI


abunda_amazon_reviews The Inspire 2 is an excellent commercial quality camera drone. It's just DJI's lack of customer service that ruins it. After about 10 flights a body screw fell off the nose during flight. After hours of online chat with DJI's customer support and almost three weeks of telephone and email exchanges with customer & tech support I have come to the conclusion that the entire company is staffed with nothing but clueless idiots. All I wanted to do was purchase a replacement screw. I wasn't even trying to make a a warranty claim. Endless exchanges DJI have not produced a single thing except apologies and excuses. DJI did shove me off to their distributors several times which always produced the same "You need to go through DJI for that" response! The screw is from the nose and appears to be unique design. For the last week all I wanted to know was the thread and diameter size so I could try and source it myself. They couldn't even provide me with that information. Again clueless and apologetic excuses... I finally just gave up. Don't expect anything but endless runaround if you ever need any parts support. Good Luck!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Same old DJI lack of customer service!;;Cap Art;;;This drone is an expensive disaster. Once too often, the drone has randomly decided that it needs a firmware update before it will fly. This usually happens when you have a client standing next to you who needs to get the shot immediately. While flying, the pilot's LCD will light up with multiple splash screen error messages which actually make it impossible to see the FPV view of the aircraft. This is incredibly dangerous when you are in the middle of a move, kind of like someone covering half of your windshield while you are driving your car. The vision system doesn't always work and will not see trees or other semi solid obstacles. The Inspire 2 also seems to be geofenced in ways that are utterly frustrating, I have had it just stop in mid air for no apparent reason. The CineSSD media is outrageously expensive and the inspire will not record to it unless it is also recording to Micro SD. I bought the 120GB card for $300 and then found out it won't record 60p, but of course the 240GB for $500 will. For some reason the drone won't record 1080P ProRes, only 4K ProRes, the only explanation I can think of is that they want to make you use more of their overpriced CineSSD sticks. On my last shoot the drone showed the SD card as being full even though it was not, I had to format the card in order to continue shooting, but I assumed that everything was also being recorded in ProRes on the CineSSD. It was not, at the end of the day the CineSSD was blank and my client was very upset. The power management system is also not to be trusted on the Inspire 2, on one occasion I was forced to make an emergency landing because the batteries discharged faster that the RTH protection system had calculated. DJI has a US service center in LA but you will not be able to talk to anyone there, the 818 number goes straight to a call center in the Philippines where the employees seem to know much less about their product than you do. I love the image that I have gotten out of the X5S camera and was excited to use it on an Osmo, but now it appears that DJI has scrapped plans to make one for it and taken it off their website. DJI makes the Phantom 4 Pro, which in my opinion, is a more durable, more dependable, more stable and better flying aircraft with far better range. As a professional, I would rather know I'm getting the shot in H264 then risk not getting the shot in ProRes or RAW. DJI should stick to the consumer market where they produce the best products.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;kind of like someone covering half of your windshield while you are ...;;Derek W;;;Don't buy this product , if you Don't want to get in trouble! Mine lost connection with controller , while flying 300 feet away, hit balcony on 11th floor, injuring 2 people! One end up in the hospital! Very dangerous !;;Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not recommended!!!;;Farrukh;;;Drones. Without being too dramatic, the word brings out a lot of feeling with the word aloe. Some people imagine actual drones in the Military shooting infantry (or maybe civilians) but when we say drones we are usually talking about you DJI Phantom 3A, 3P, 4, 4P, Mavic, soon to be Spark, Yuneec Q6500, Typhoon H, Breeze. These are the "Photo Drones" anyway. There are a ton of different form factors and the quality of the video can vary quite a bit from bird to bird, but it doesn't matter for this review. I am not talking about those. FRT, I think you get the best picture by far through the P4P 1"CMOS out of the ones I named. So we are talking about a different type of cinematic machine. The Inspire Pro V1 never QUITE got there. With the advent of the X5R and the SSD abilities, it was getting A LOT closer. The X3 was a joke and really with the Inspire 1, you got the skeleton of what one day will be a real automated cinematic tool for a Oscar Award winning film. It has arrived in the Inspire 2. And I am not some goofy vlogger (AND LISTEN TO ME GOOD, I do a lot of work in the real world and those vloggers [about the photography part} sometimes say things that are absolutely wrong, not just a little. Find out who is right and listen tot those people and forget the Tom'S Tech Time's of the world. It's a joke and you're it] but the Inspire makes films. It makes good ones if you know how to do just a little color corrections. It sure in a beautiful CineLike or you can do what I would prefer and use a sequence such as "Cinema Raw DNG Sequence) as it's ALWAYS better to get the meta data that the Cinema DNG RAW gets you. With the power of the Power Distribution in ties thing, you could run a disco. It has a distribution board that might as well be a distribution dox the way it do perfectly handles the electric signal through this. Unlike, even thought it looks so similar, it is much more Matrice like in that you can make options upon options and really get the set up you want and because this is Professional grade model from DJI they made it PERFECT. Listen, they know this is not their bread and butter, They will make 100000x more with the Mavic than these but call it trickle down innovation. They only deliver the real good to the ones who are willing to pay for all the R&D they just did, plus it creates an atmosphere of an ecosystem, much like Apple. I use the Ronin on an S1000 with an Alexa and have been for so many years and why would I use a company with different solution and philosophies on calibration and stabilization. Well I wouldn't. Se even using the Phantom 4 for things like grabbing trails for tracking, or for maybe a quick insert (and please save the 'Scorsese used a GoPro on what shot' because you're not Scorse and he probably didn't.a And if he did so what? I am talking about a real tool for making films that is not now where we have to put the Dragon on a Ronin on a S1000 so that I can get the shot without a helli. I can do it with this. I have already created go to LUTS that take the X5S version of this and makes it look IDENTICAL, nobody could guess, I checked, to an Alexa that cost nearly $40,000. The democratization of editing, VFX has happened and it has finally happened to cameras. No longer are the ones that need to rent or buy multi-million cams. Now we can do it without tracked even. Don't know why people talk about zoom desire so much. We are not filing 70' porn. We are creating movies I am either using one of my Alexas or on of my Reds and the ONLY camera that I FINALLY trust when I don't have time to set up tracks and do a dolly shot (I don't need any friggen dollies). I put my camera on my bird, and I let it fly perfectly stable to the near inch and being stabilized to the near centimeter and it almost looks too stable. It's better than any stedicam guy I could higher and definitely better than dollies but n a track. The fpv camera so two can concentrate not the shot DUH?! Occusync in case you wan to shoot somewhere far away, I have never needed range so I guess that would be good for a documentary or maybe if you were permitted to an area and I sometimes forget some people have money just to buy toys like this, Lol. I could go on and on, spec by spec as to what this is a film making tool but I think if you're here shopping, you've done your homework and I just don't have the time. Ask people that have them specific questions. IT IS NOT PERFECT. It's still pretty new and I have had my problems but I can tell you with assurance that we get better treatment at DJI than when I call because of my Mavic. I think that's fair actually. I paid $9700 and looking to spend more on mine. I want to be taken care of. Good luck with whatever you do. Make Art. Make Movies. Make What's Inside You. The Tool is Just To Help That..;;Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It's a tool for making films.;;Adam J. Cohn

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Cap Art - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017
Same old DJI lack of customer service!
The Inspire 2 is an excellent commercial quality camera drone. It's just DJI's lack of customer service that ruins it. After about 10 flights a body screw fell off the nose during flight. After hours of online chat with DJI's customer support and almost three weeks of telephone and email exchanges with customer & tech support I have come to the conclusion that the entire company is staffed with nothing but clueless idiots. All I wanted to do was purchase a replacement screw. I wasn't even trying to make a a warranty claim. Endless exchanges DJI have not produced a single thing except apologies and excuses. DJI did shove me off to their distributors several times which always produced the same "You need to go through DJI for that" response! The screw is from the nose and appears to be unique design. For the last week all I wanted to know was the thread and diameter size so I could try and source it myself. They couldn't even provide me with that information. Again clueless and apologetic excuses... I finally just gave up. Don't expect anything but endless runaround if you ever need any parts support. Good Luck!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Derek W - Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2017
kind of like someone covering half of your windshield while you are ...
This drone is an expensive disaster. Once too often, the drone has randomly decided that it needs a firmware update before it will fly. This usually happens when you have a client standing next to you who needs to get the shot immediately. While flying, the pilot's LCD will light up with multiple splash screen error messages which actually make it impossible to see the FPV view of the aircraft. This is incredibly dangerous when you are in the middle of a move, kind of like someone covering half of your windshield while you are driving your car. The vision system doesn't always work and will not see trees or other semi solid obstacles. The Inspire 2 also seems to be geofenced in ways that are utterly frustrating, I have had it just stop in mid air for no apparent reason. The CineSSD media is outrageously expensive and the inspire will not record to it unless it is also recording to Micro SD. I bought the 120GB card for $300 and then found out it won't record 60p, but of course the 240GB for $500 will. For some reason the drone won't record 1080P ProRes, only 4K ProRes, the only explanation I can think of is that they want to make you use more of their overpriced CineSSD sticks. On my last shoot the drone showed the SD card as being full even though it was not, I had to format the card in order to continue shooting, but I assumed that everything was also being recorded in ProRes on the CineSSD. It was not, at the end of the day the CineSSD was blank and my client was very upset. The power management system is also not to be trusted on the Inspire 2, on one occasion I was forced to make an emergency landing because the batteries discharged faster that the RTH protection system had calculated. DJI has a US service center in LA but you will not be able to talk to anyone there, the 818 number goes straight to a call center in the Philippines where the employees seem to know much less about their product than you do. I love the image that I have gotten out of the X5S camera and was excited to use it on an Osmo, but now it appears that DJI has scrapped plans to make one for it and taken it off their website. DJI makes the Phantom 4 Pro, which in my opinion, is a more durable, more dependable, more stable and better flying aircraft with far better range. As a professional, I would rather know I'm getting the shot in H264 then risk not getting the shot in ProRes or RAW. DJI should stick to the consumer market where they produce the best products.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Farrukh - Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2017
Not recommended!!!
Don't buy this product , if you Don't want to get in trouble! Mine lost connection with controller , while flying 300 feet away, hit balcony on 11th floor, injuring 2 people! One end up in the hospital! Very dangerous !

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Adam J. Cohn - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2017
It's a tool for making films.
Drones. Without being too dramatic, the word brings out a lot of feeling with the word aloe. Some people imagine actual drones in the Military shooting infantry (or maybe civilians) but when we say drones we are usually talking about you DJI Phantom 3A, 3P, 4, 4P, Mavic, soon to be Spark, Yuneec Q6500, Typhoon H, Breeze. These are the "Photo Drones" anyway. There are a ton of different form factors and the quality of the video can vary quite a bit from bird to bird, but it doesn't matter for this review. I am not talking about those. FRT, I think you get the best picture by far through the P4P 1"CMOS out of the ones I named. So we are talking about a different type of cinematic machine. The Inspire Pro V1 never QUITE got there. With the advent of the X5R and the SSD abilities, it was getting A LOT closer. The X3 was a joke and really with the Inspire 1, you got the skeleton of what one day will be a real automated cinematic tool for a Oscar Award winning film. It has arrived in the Inspire 2. And I am not some goofy vlogger (AND LISTEN TO ME GOOD, I do a lot of work in the real world and those vloggers [about the photography part} sometimes say things that are absolutely wrong, not just a little. Find out who is right and listen tot those people and forget the Tom'S Tech Time's of the world. It's a joke and you're it] but the Inspire makes films. It makes good ones if you know how to do just a little color corrections. It sure in a beautiful CineLike or you can do what I would prefer and use a sequence such as "Cinema Raw DNG Sequence) as it's ALWAYS better to get the meta data that the Cinema DNG RAW gets you. With the power of the Power Distribution in ties thing, you could run a disco. It has a distribution board that might as well be a distribution dox the way it do perfectly handles the electric signal through this. Unlike, even thought it looks so similar, it is much more Matrice like in that you can make options upon options and really get the set up you want and because this is Professional grade model from DJI they made it PERFECT. Listen, they know this is not their bread and butter, They will make 100000x more with the Mavic than these but call it trickle down innovation. They only deliver the real good to the ones who are willing to pay for all the R&D they just did, plus it creates an atmosphere of an ecosystem, much like Apple. I use the Ronin on an S1000 with an Alexa and have been for so many years and why would I use a company with different solution and philosophies on calibration and stabilization. Well I wouldn't. Se even using the Phantom 4 for things like grabbing trails for tracking, or for maybe a quick insert (and please save the 'Scorsese used a GoPro on what shot' because you're not Scorse and he probably didn't.a And if he did so what? I am talking about a real tool for making films that is not now where we have to put the Dragon on a Ronin on a S1000 so that I can get the shot without a helli. I can do it with this. I have already created go to LUTS that take the X5S version of this and makes it look IDENTICAL, nobody could guess, I checked, to an Alexa that cost nearly $40,000. The democratization of editing, VFX has happened and it has finally happened to cameras. No longer are the ones that need to rent or buy multi-million cams. Now we can do it without tracked even. Don't know why people talk about zoom desire so much. We are not filing 70' porn. We are creating movies I am either using one of my Alexas or on of my Reds and the ONLY camera that I FINALLY trust when I don't have time to set up tracks and do a dolly shot (I don't need any friggen dollies). I put my camera on my bird, and I let it fly perfectly stable to the near inch and being stabilized to the near centimeter and it almost looks too stable. It's better than any stedicam guy I could higher and definitely better than dollies but n a track. The fpv camera so two can concentrate not the shot DUH?! Occusync in case you wan to shoot somewhere far away, I have never needed range so I guess that would be good for a documentary or maybe if you were permitted to an area and I sometimes forget some people have money just to buy toys like this, Lol. I could go on and on, spec by spec as to what this is a film making tool but I think if you're here shopping, you've done your homework and I just don't have the time. Ask people that have them specific questions. IT IS NOT PERFECT. It's still pretty new and I have had my problems but I can tell you with assurance that we get better treatment at DJI than when I call because of my Mavic. I think that's fair actually. I paid $9700 and looking to spend more on mine. I want to be taken care of. Good luck with whatever you do. Make Art. Make Movies. Make What's Inside You. The Tool is Just To Help That..

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Cap Art - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017
Same old DJI lack of customer service!
The Inspire 2 is an excellent commercial quality camera drone. It's just DJI's lack of customer service that ruins it. After about 10 flights a body screw fell off the nose during flight. After hours of online chat with DJI's customer support and almost three weeks of telephone and email exchanges with customer & tech support I have come to the conclusion that the entire company is staffed with nothing but clueless idiots. All I wanted to do was purchase a replacement screw. I wasn't even trying to make a a warranty claim. Endless exchanges DJI have not produced a single thing except apologies and excuses. DJI did shove me off to their distributors several times which always produced the same "You need to go through DJI for that" response! The screw is from the nose and appears to be unique design. For the last week all I wanted to know was the thread and diameter size so I could try and source it myself. They couldn't even provide me with that information. Again clueless and apologetic excuses... I finally just gave up. Don't expect anything but endless runaround if you ever need any parts support. Good Luck!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Derek W - Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2017
kind of like someone covering half of your windshield while you are ...
This drone is an expensive disaster. Once too often, the drone has randomly decided that it needs a firmware update before it will fly. This usually happens when you have a client standing next to you who needs to get the shot immediately. While flying, the pilot's LCD will light up with multiple splash screen error messages which actually make it impossible to see the FPV view of the aircraft. This is incredibly dangerous when you are in the middle of a move, kind of like someone covering half of your windshield while you are driving your car. The vision system doesn't always work and will not see trees or other semi solid obstacles. The Inspire 2 also seems to be geofenced in ways that are utterly frustrating, I have had it just stop in mid air for no apparent reason. The CineSSD media is outrageously expensive and the inspire will not record to it unless it is also recording to Micro SD. I bought the 120GB card for $300 and then found out it won't record 60p, but of course the 240GB for $500 will. For some reason the drone won't record 1080P ProRes, only 4K ProRes, the only explanation I can think of is that they want to make you use more of their overpriced CineSSD sticks. On my last shoot the drone showed the SD card as being full even though it was not, I had to format the card in order to continue shooting, but I assumed that everything was also being recorded in ProRes on the CineSSD. It was not, at the end of the day the CineSSD was blank and my client was very upset. The power management system is also not to be trusted on the Inspire 2, on one occasion I was forced to make an emergency landing because the batteries discharged faster that the RTH protection system had calculated. DJI has a US service center in LA but you will not be able to talk to anyone there, the 818 number goes straight to a call center in the Philippines where the employees seem to know much less about their product than you do. I love the image that I have gotten out of the X5S camera and was excited to use it on an Osmo, but now it appears that DJI has scrapped plans to make one for it and taken it off their website. DJI makes the Phantom 4 Pro, which in my opinion, is a more durable, more dependable, more stable and better flying aircraft with far better range. As a professional, I would rather know I'm getting the shot in H264 then risk not getting the shot in ProRes or RAW. DJI should stick to the consumer market where they produce the best products.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Farrukh - Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2017
Not recommended!!!
Don't buy this product , if you Don't want to get in trouble! Mine lost connection with controller , while flying 300 feet away, hit balcony on 11th floor, injuring 2 people! One end up in the hospital! Very dangerous !

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Adam J. Cohn - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2017
It's a tool for making films.
Drones. Without being too dramatic, the word brings out a lot of feeling with the word aloe. Some people imagine actual drones in the Military shooting infantry (or maybe civilians) but when we say drones we are usually talking about you DJI Phantom 3A, 3P, 4, 4P, Mavic, soon to be Spark, Yuneec Q6500, Typhoon H, Breeze. These are the "Photo Drones" anyway. There are a ton of different form factors and the quality of the video can vary quite a bit from bird to bird, but it doesn't matter for this review. I am not talking about those. FRT, I think you get the best picture by far through the P4P 1"CMOS out of the ones I named. So we are talking about a different type of cinematic machine. The Inspire Pro V1 never QUITE got there. With the advent of the X5R and the SSD abilities, it was getting A LOT closer. The X3 was a joke and really with the Inspire 1, you got the skeleton of what one day will be a real automated cinematic tool for a Oscar Award winning film. It has arrived in the Inspire 2. And I am not some goofy vlogger (AND LISTEN TO ME GOOD, I do a lot of work in the real world and those vloggers [about the photography part} sometimes say things that are absolutely wrong, not just a little. Find out who is right and listen tot those people and forget the Tom'S Tech Time's of the world. It's a joke and you're it] but the Inspire makes films. It makes good ones if you know how to do just a little color corrections. It sure in a beautiful CineLike or you can do what I would prefer and use a sequence such as "Cinema Raw DNG Sequence) as it's ALWAYS better to get the meta data that the Cinema DNG RAW gets you. With the power of the Power Distribution in ties thing, you could run a disco. It has a distribution board that might as well be a distribution dox the way it do perfectly handles the electric signal through this. Unlike, even thought it looks so similar, it is much more Matrice like in that you can make options upon options and really get the set up you want and because this is Professional grade model from DJI they made it PERFECT. Listen, they know this is not their bread and butter, They will make 100000x more with the Mavic than these but call it trickle down innovation. They only deliver the real good to the ones who are willing to pay for all the R&D they just did, plus it creates an atmosphere of an ecosystem, much like Apple. I use the Ronin on an S1000 with an Alexa and have been for so many years and why would I use a company with different solution and philosophies on calibration and stabilization. Well I wouldn't. Se even using the Phantom 4 for things like grabbing trails for tracking, or for maybe a quick insert (and please save the 'Scorsese used a GoPro on what shot' because you're not Scorse and he probably didn't.a And if he did so what? I am talking about a real tool for making films that is not now where we have to put the Dragon on a Ronin on a S1000 so that I can get the shot without a helli. I can do it with this. I have already created go to LUTS that take the X5S version of this and makes it look IDENTICAL, nobody could guess, I checked, to an Alexa that cost nearly $40,000. The democratization of editing, VFX has happened and it has finally happened to cameras. No longer are the ones that need to rent or buy multi-million cams. Now we can do it without tracked even. Don't know why people talk about zoom desire so much. We are not filing 70' porn. We are creating movies I am either using one of my Alexas or on of my Reds and the ONLY camera that I FINALLY trust when I don't have time to set up tracks and do a dolly shot (I don't need any friggen dollies). I put my camera on my bird, and I let it fly perfectly stable to the near inch and being stabilized to the near centimeter and it almost looks too stable. It's better than any stedicam guy I could higher and definitely better than dollies but n a track. The fpv camera so two can concentrate not the shot DUH?! Occusync in case you wan to shoot somewhere far away, I have never needed range so I guess that would be good for a documentary or maybe if you were permitted to an area and I sometimes forget some people have money just to buy toys like this, Lol. I could go on and on, spec by spec as to what this is a film making tool but I think if you're here shopping, you've done your homework and I just don't have the time. Ask people that have them specific questions. IT IS NOT PERFECT. It's still pretty new and I have had my problems but I can tell you with assurance that we get better treatment at DJI than when I call because of my Mavic. I think that's fair actually. I paid $9700 and looking to spend more on mine. I want to be taken care of. Good luck with whatever you do. Make Art. Make Movies. Make What's Inside You. The Tool is Just To Help That..