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Reviews of DJI Phantom 4

Testseek.co.uk have collected 73 expert reviews of the DJI Phantom 4 and the average rating is 91%. Scroll down and see all reviews for DJI Phantom 4.
Award: Most Awarded April 2016
April 2016
 
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The editors liked

  • When you turn up at a job you want your kit to be ready in as short a time as possible
  • And the Phantom 4 fits this brief perfectly
  • Simply click on the props
  • Fit the battery and power up
  • And within a minute or two
  • GPS connection permitting
  • You're rea
  • Easy to fly with Beginner mode
  • Comes with protective case and lens cover
  • 4K video with lots of options
  • Good 12-megapixel photo modes
  • Improved flight time
  • Follow feature
  • Direct firmware update from smartphone
  • HDR shooting mode
  • High-speed video mode
  • The DJI Phantom 4 is a very polished drone compared to its competition
  • And for those who've flown a quad before
  • You'll have no trouble getting started with this one. The new Sport mode lets you get to your location faster or just have some fun. Its Obst
  • High
  • Quality stabilised footage
  • Object avoidance
  • Easy to fly
  • Obstacle detection and automatic modes means it practically flies itself
  • Still the easiest drone to use
  • Even in Sport mode
  • Fantastic camera and an even better gimbal
  • Excellent quality footage
  • Intuitive app and controls
  • Sleek and polished design

The editors didn't like

  • Yet another change in the design of the battery means anyone upgrading will need to buy a whole set of new batteries
  • And they're not cheap. The video quality at 120fps isn't great compared with the excellent quality that can be captured at all other reso
  • No zoom
  • White drone is easy to lose in bright sky
  • Price compared to P3 Advanced/Professional
  • Some other remotes feature a built-in screen
  • Sometimes height drops 
  • Loud
  • The Obstacle Sensing System only sees things in front of the drone. You still need a tablet or phone ready to go along with the controller and drone battery. Extra batteries are expensive. Landing gear and camera are fixed to the body
  • So you can't collap
  • Phantom 3 batteries not compatible
  • Constant software updates
  • App can get a bit confusing
  • Low light still a challenge
  • Lack of model choice
  • Only shipped with one battery
  • Propellers obscure footage at high speeds
  • Object tracking isn't always accurate

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  Published: 2017-05-10, Author: Devon , review by: devontechsupport.com

  • When you turn up at a job you want your kit to be ready in as short a time as possible, and the Phantom 4 fits this brief perfectly; simply click on the props, fit the battery and power up, and within a minute or two, GPS connection permitting, you're rea
  • Yet another change in the design of the battery means anyone upgrading will need to buy a whole set of new batteries, and they're not cheap. The video quality at 120fps isn't great compared with the excellent quality that can be captured at all other reso
  • The DJI Phantom 4 is the most complete aerial imaging solution out there at the moment. It features an impressive 4K camera that has plenty of options and, most importantly, delivers excellent image quality. Video and stills footage can be tailored to you...

 
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  Published: 2016-07-15, review by: ephotozine.com

  • Easy to fly with Beginner mode, Comes with protective case and lens cover, 4K video with lots of options, Good 12-megapixel photo modes, Improved flight time, Follow feature, Direct firmware update from smartphone, HDR shooting mode, High-speed video mode
  • No zoom, White drone is easy to lose in bright sky, Price compared to P3 Advanced/Professional, Some other remotes feature a built-in screen, Sometimes height drops , Loud
  • In terms of drone photography and video, the DJI Phantom 4 is one of the best available, with a stylish design and magnesium core for strength. As DJI are one of the leading and most popular brands in the consumer drone industry, it makes sense that the 4...

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  Published: 2016-06-30, Author: Jack , review by: gadgetdaily.xyz

  • Abstract:  Drone flying is great fun. The downside is that it's all too easy to slam your expensive hardware into a wall. That's why DJI's new Phantom 4 is self-autonomous, with a 3D-sensing camera that can avoid obstacles and other smart features, is a godsend. Thi...

 
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  Published: 2016-05-28, Author: Ali , review by: techradar.com

  • High, quality stabilised footage, Object avoidance, Easy to fly
  • Phantom 3 batteries not compatible, Constant software updates, App can get a bit confusing
  • The Phantom 4 is a refinement of the Phantom 3 Professional. There are tweaks to the camera's performance, but the major upgrades are the robust design, improved materials, and clever flight aids using new sensors. This makes the Phantom 4 a worthwhile up...

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  Published: 2016-04-04, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • The DJI Phantom 4 is a very polished drone compared to its competition, and for those who've flown a quad before, you'll have no trouble getting started with this one. The new Sport mode lets you get to your location faster or just have some fun. Its Obst
  • The Obstacle Sensing System only sees things in front of the drone. You still need a tablet or phone ready to go along with the controller and drone battery. Extra batteries are expensive. Landing gear and camera are fixed to the body, so you can't collap
  • Yep, it's not cheap, but DJI has made one of the smartest drones available with the Phantom 4...

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  Published: 2016-04-01, Author: Jim , review by: techadvisor.co.uk

  • The Phantom 4 is unquestionably DJI's best drone yet. It shoots decent quality 4K video and is easier to control than ever before. Batteries are very expensive, though, and the intelligent modes still don't quite match those you'll get with a 3DR Solo whi...

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  Published: 2016-03-18, Author: Jonathan , review by: alphr.com

  • The DJI Phantom 4 is not quite a drone for the non-enthusiast, then, but it's closer than ever before to that ideal, and it's the safety features – the collision-detection and tracking features, not to mention the safety net of the automatic fly-me-home f...

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  Published: 2016-03-15, Author: Matthew , review by: wired.co.uk

  • Excellent quality footage; intuitive app and controls; sleek and polished design
  • Only shipped with one battery; propellers obscure footage at high speeds; object tracking isn't always accurate

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  Published: 2016-03-01, review by: stuff.tv

  • Obstacle detection and automatic modes means it practically flies itself, Still the easiest drone to use, even in Sport mode, Fantastic camera and an even better gimbal
  • Low light still a challenge, Lack of model choice
  • Without actually being able to fly it out in the open, we're not ready to pass judgment on the Phantom 4 just yet, but from what we've seen it's shaping up to be a worthy replacement for the Phantom 3. The tweaked looks, faster top speed and improved cam...

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  Published: 2017-02-04, Author: Sandy , review by: makeuseof.com

  • If you want a drone that's easy to use with great video and still performance, look no further. But if you don't have $2000 to sink into the hobby and make it worth your while, think again...

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