The DJI Inspire 2 is currently compatible with two separately purchased gimbals, the Zenmuse X5S and the Zenmuse X4S. The gimbals from previous versions of DJI Inspire are not compatible as this new version of the drone has integrated CineCore 2.0, the image processing system.
The magnesium alloy frame makes the DJI Inspire 2 both stronger and lighter. The arms that are transformed to give the camera a 360-degree view are made of carbon fibre.
At the front of the drone is the FPV camera which can be rotated vertically and is used when the gimbal and the main camera are controlled by a video operator. The FPV camera allows the pilot to see in front of the DJI Inspire 2 to facilitate driving regardless of where the video operator points the camera for video shooting.
The DJI Inspire 2 Combo is the package that already includes both the Zenmuse X5S and the activation keys of CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes to shoot video at a maximum resolution of 5.2K at 30 fps.
In order to be able to shoot video at full resolution you also need to purchase the DJI CINESSD, which is a solid state hard disk to be installed in the drone for high-speed recording.
The DJI Inspire 2 is equipped with redundant electronics to ensure safe and reliable flight. The power supply with two redundant batteries is an additional guarantee of the drone’s reliability.
The complex system of sensors makes it possible to avoid obstacles up to 30 metres away at a maximum speed of 54 km/h. The system works both during normal flight and during automatic return to the base point or in intelligent flight modes.
The new DJI GO 4 mobile application allows you to take advantage of all the features of the DJI Inspire 2 such as camera settings or intelligent flight modes, through a touch on the display without using the remote control.