DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus Videos and Photos
The DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus is just so awesome. If you are really looking to get into drones and quadcopters then this is really what you are looking for. It gives you everything you need right out of the box and is incredibly easy to fly due to the GPS coordinate system. If you are an amateur photographer and just want a ready to go system, then do this.
We’ve been getting questions about what to start off with. Well first off we really recommend you start off with a Hubsan X4 to really get your bearings when flying a drone. Since it’s only around $50 you can really afford to crash a few times. (hint – get the prop guard). Good thing about learning on the Hubsan X4 is it is a full manual flight. Once you graduate up to the DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus then it is much more technologically advanced and actually easier to fly with all the assisted help. Reason you want to be able to fly manual is just in case and you can safely land your $1200+ DJI Drone.
We wanted to provide some great pictures from the DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus so you will have a good understanding of the quality of the camera. Granted, this camera isn’t up to par with the GoPro but it is pretty close. So if you are absolutely looking for the highest quality video we recommend you go with the DJI Phantom 2 with the Gimball. The trade off is that you won’t be able to take pictures and video right from your phone unless you purchase the DJI Lightbridge which will allow you to connect and “see” what the GoPro is seeing. (more $$$)
We recommend the DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus to anyone looking for everything out of the box and that doesn’t require the highest highest quality from the camera. Truthfully the camera is pretty good on the Vision Plus! See what we got below and enjoy!
If you are serious about the DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus then check out our review of it here. If you are curious how it stacks up against the Walkera Scout X4 then check out our post on DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus vs Walkera Scout X4. Finally if you still aren’t sure what kind of drone you want to get then check out our review of the top large and small drones of 2015.