The DJI Phantom 4 is a slick, feature-packed drone. People say it’s the drone that anybody can fly, the quadcopter that you just can’t crash. Let me be painfully clear about two things:
Each new model in DJI’s Phantom series is easier to fly and better for aerial photography than the last, an Apple-inspired approach to incremental updates that the company can market like hell. The first drone I flew was the Phantom 2 Vision, and it was a fun and easy experience for someone who’d never flown a single thing in his life. But I crashed it and broke it and hurt myself in the process.
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