Martine Deblois Dji Phantom June 13th, 2018 - 17:35:51
My very first quad was the DBPOWER Hawkeye-II. It is a "pastime grade" micro quad as opposed to "toy grade". If you in some way find a method to harm it this indicates that you can purchase extra parts and keep it going. My Hawkeye II taken in fairly a bit of abuse as I found out the essentials of quads and it is still going strong with absolutely nothing more than replacement propellers. Buying a micro quad with a gamepad-like transmitter or one that is managed by an iPhone will not really help you change to larger more capable quads.
The DJI Phantom Vision is the newest addition to the DJI family and provides an FPV experience straight out of the box (provided you have a suitable tablet or smart phone). This is the biggest improvement over the previous generation Phantom. It also comes with a pitch stabilizing HD camera standard. This may or may not be an advantage depending on who you ask. I myself would prefer to be able to determine what camera I install on my quadcopter. This would enable you to tailor the camera to specific needs. The camera does have some pretty great features however.
Since it is for the wild a drone too big in size will be hard to handle in the absence of landing point and runway. The best bet is to go for something smaller in size that would be easy to carry around and has a smaller launching time. Those who had been dealing in drones and has the experience of handling the kinds like the much celebrated DJI Phantom 2 will point out that drones since meant to undertake long flying hours and cover large distances are best purchased when they can be operated either autonomously or via remote control.
Unfortunately all cannot be placed in the same category and those who does not feel compassionate about the animals in the wild are called poachers among us. A study has pointed out that nearly 25000 elephants laid down their lives in the African wild while nearly 1200 rhinos were slayed in South Africa. Killings on this scale only last year are not uncommon and the numbers are alarmingly on the rise. Though preventive measures are taken conservationists have not been too successful in stopping the illegal hunters. Thankfully where human measures have failed technology has come forward to at least try and put a stop to this. Poachers can meet their nemesis in what is called drones like the DJI Phantom 2.