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DJI Phantom 4

alaTest has collected and analyzed 101 reviews of DJI Phantom 4. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders for all reviews. People really like the portability and design. The durability and usability are also appreciated. There are some mixed reviews about the image quality and reliability, while the color and size get less positive comments.

usability, durability, design, portability

price, battery, size, color

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Camcorders the DJI Phantom 4 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 97/100 = Excellent quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for DJI Phantom 4

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1 user review of DJI Phantom 4 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 1.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders on Amazon.co.uk.

0% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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2017-12

Expert review by: (stuff.tv_in)

DJI Phantom 4 review

 

Thinking of giving drones a go? The Phantom 4 is where you start

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

Not just a simple step up – the Phantom 4 is a massive leap forward for drones that should open the doors to everyone

2016-03

Expert review by: Ali Jennings (techradar.com)

DJI Phantom 4 review

 

DJI's Phantom 4 adds groundbreaking object avoidance plus an improved high-quality, robust build

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...

2016-05

Expert review by: Joshua Goldman (cnet.com)

DJI Phantom 4 review

 

It's all in the experience.

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...

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...

Yep, it's not cheap, but DJI has made one of the smartest drones available with the Phantom 4.

2016-04

Expert review by: Joshua Goldman (cnet.co.uk)

DJI Phantom 4 review

 

It's all in the experience.

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...

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...

Yep, it's not cheap, but DJI has made one of the smartest drones available with the Phantom 4.

2016-04

Expert review by: Jim Martin (techadvisor.co.uk)

DJI Phantom 4 review: the drone that won’t crash into things

 

Now that prices of previous Phantoms have dropped massively, is the Phantom 4 worth a massive £1229? We think so, and you'll find out why in our DJI Phantom 4 review.

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...

2016-04

Expert Reviews Recommended

Expert review by: Seth Barton (expertreviews.co.uk)

DJI Phantom 4 - now harder to crash

 

With its new collision avoidance system and upgrades all round this is the top-end, all-in-one drone to buy

If you’re serious about drones and aerial photography, though, either for leisure or as a small business such as event or wedding photography, then the DJI Phantom 4 gets our thumb up. It’s brilliantly designed, safer than ever, shoots better footage...

2016-03

Expert review by: (stuff.tv)

DJI Phantom 4 review

 

Thinking of giving drones a go? The Phantom 4 is where you start

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

Not just a simple step up – the Phantom 4 is a massive leap forward for drones that should open the doors to everyone

2016-03

Editor's Choice

Expert review by: Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

DJI Phantom 4

 

The latest version of DJI's top-end consumer drone, the Phantom 4, improves on its predecessor in many ways. It's the best consumer drone on the market, and it's priced accordingly.

Easy to fly. Extremely stable. Obstacle avoidance. Incredible operating range with 720p Live View. Return-to-home and other safety features. Automated flight modes. High-speed Sport mode. Smooth 4K video capture. 20mm wide-angle lens. Subject...

Pricey. True mission planning requires third-party app.

Conclusions The Phantom 4 is the best consumer drone that DJI has released to date. It takes everything we loved about the Phantom 3 Professional and improves upon it. You get smooth, stabilized 4K video capture, longer flight times, the ability to...

2016-03

Expert review by: Ben Popper (theverge.com)

DJI Phantom 4 Review: The first drone for everyone

 

The drone takes off, hovering a few feet off the ground. I guide it up to about 12 feet with the throttle on the remote control. Then my three year old son takes over. He taps the screen on an iPad...

Great autonomous features ; Reliable and powerful flight ; Terrific camera and connectivity

Expensive ; Only comes with one battery

A great leap forward for the best drone on the market

2016-03

Expert review by: Joshua Goldman (cnet.com.au)

DJI Phantom 4 review: Automatic flying for the people

 

It's all in the experience.

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...

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...

Yep, it's not cheap, but DJI has made one of the smartest drones available with the Phantom 4.

2016-04