DJI’s magnesium-aluminum-clad Inspire 2 Quadcopter is a powerful cinematic and photographic tool. Combining the Inspire 2 with the separately available X4S and X5S gimbal cameras yields cinema-grade images, which can be recorded in high bit rates using H.264 and H.265 formats, or, in the case of the X5R, various flavors of Apple ProRes and CinemaDNG raw using the required licenses available from DJI.
DJI have increased the flight capabilities of the Inspire 2, with a top speed of 108km/hr.
Advanced obstacle avoidance has also made its way to the Inspire 2. Objects in front of, below, and above the quadcopter can be detected and avoided automatically, using ‘FlightAutonomy’, DJIs propietry system. The Inspire 2 can remember flight paths in case of an emergency return-to-home without GPS enabled (also an upgrade). What’s more, using the onboard 2-axis stabilized FPV camera, the pilot can navigate the Inspire 2 without being limited to the gimbal camera’s field-of-view.