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Clearance - DJI Phantom 2 Vision+

Warranty: 1 Year by DJI
  • List Price: RM4,450.00

  • Best Price: RM2,250.00

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The version 3.0 (released late 2014) Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter with Gimbal-Stabilized 14MP, 1080p Camera from DJI features a number of notable hardware updates over the previous Phantom 2 Vision+ model, including more efficient motors, redesigned self-tightening props, a new transmitter (radio controller) with built-in battery and gimbal control dial, and other improvements.

The Phantom 2 Vision+ is based on the same air frame as the Phantom 2 and Phantom 2 Vision. Unlike its siblings, however, it features a 14MP camera that is stabilized and controlled with an integrated 3-axis gimbal. Gimbal stabilization makes the Phantom 2 Vision+ ideal for shooting aerial footage and photos. The camera can take 14MP, Adobe DNG RAW photos, and can record video in 1080p Full HD at 30 fps or 720p at 60 fps for creating slow motion effects.
Gimbal Stabilized 14MP HD Camera
The Phantom 2 Vision+ features a 14MP camera with a specially integrated 3-axis gimbal designed specifically for use with the Quadcopter. In addition to photos, the camera can record 1920 x 1080 resolution video at 30 fps and 720 video at 60 fps. The camera is controlled wirelessly via Wi-Fi using an app available for smartphones with Android or iOS. Internal recording is to a MicroSD memory card. Additionally, captured footage can be uploaded from your smartphone to social media websites such as Facebook
Attitude and GPS Attitude Flight Modes
The Phantom 2 Vision+ flight control system has two computer-assisted flight modes for you to choose from. Of the two, GPS attitude mode is the most automatic. In GPS attitude mode the Quadcopter will stop as soon as you release the controls and stay hovering at a fixed horizontal and vertical position. This setting is the easiest to fly and is generally preferred for shooting video as the Quadcopter won't sway or drift because of light wind gusts

The second, attitude mode, is a more manual flying mode in which the Phantom Vision does not try and maintain a fixed spatial position. When you release the controls it will continue to drift unless friction slows it down or you stop it. And in this mode it will be more likely to be blown around if there is any wind. This not a true manual mode, however, in that the GPS navigation system is still used to maintain flight stability and by the "return to home" feature in the event of signal loss.
Return to Home Failsafe
If the Quadcopter loses the signal from the controller for any reason the "return to home" feature will initialize. The aircraft will ascend to 60 feet then make a straight-line course back to the "home position" you will have defined during the GPS calibration process. Once there, it will safely descend to the ground and power itself off
Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC)
IOC is designed to help make flying more intuitive. Nominally, the yaw control will allow the Quadcopter to rotate continuously, which can quickly become confusing if you lose track of which way is "front". Suddenly your controls can get mixed up, where pressing right causes the craft to move left and pressing forward causes it move backward. Intelligent Orientation Control prevents this from happening, keeping the "tail" of the Quadcopter pointed roughly toward the pilot at all times
DJI Vision iOS and Android App
The DJI Vision App for iOS and Android smartphones provides many functions apart from just FPV monitoring, such as telemetry of vital flight stats including remaining battery and number of GPS satellites and a radar scope to help avoid collisions. It also features full camera control, letting you set parameters such as camera tilt, ISO, Shutter Speed, White balance as well as set video start/stop and take photos. Once recorded, photos and video footage can be downloaded directly to the phone allowing them to be shared on Facebook, Instagram or other social media networks, even while the Quadcopter is still in the air
Assistant Software
Windows- and OSX-based software allows you to enable Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC), update firmware, and adjust other aircraft and transmitter parameters. In addition, the software allows you to unlock the manual flying mode. Manual Mode will override all autopilot redundancy and failsafes, therefore should only be engaged by experienced pilots
Slot-In Battery with LED Status Indicators
A 5200mAh battery slots into the "tail" of the Phantom 2 and enables up to 25 minutes of flying time. It features and on/off switch and four LED charge indicators that are visible while flying so you can keep track of remaining flight time. For recharging, balance and power regulation is handled internally within the battery itself. You simply plug it into a wall outlet with the supplied power cord and you are good to go
Included 5.8 GHz Transmitter
The Phantom 2 Vision+ features an included 5.8 GHz RF remote transmitter, with dual toggle joystick controls similar to the kind found on other multi-rotor RC aircraft. The left stick controls throttle (up/down) and yaw (essentially rotation). And the right stick controls roll (side-to-side tilt) and pitch (tilting the nose up or down). A switch on the top right lets you choose between Attitude and GPS flight modes and a similar switch on the left lets you select between IOC modes. The control unit also features a detachable mount for holding your smartphone
LED Status Indicator
LED status light on the rear struts of the Phantom 2 Vision provides you with various feedback as well as warnings. Colors alternate between green, amber, and red and can either be flashing or solid. These messages give you valuable information such as whether the GPS system is properly calibrated, warning you the battery is getting low or telling you the remote's signal is out of range
Self-Tightening Rotor
The Phantom 2 features a rotor design that is new for this model. There is no longer a separate prop nut and the threading is designed to be self-tightening, so there is no danger of a loose prop coming off in flight

Charger & Battery Parameters
Battery Type Lithium-polymer (LiPo)
Battery Capacity 5200 mAh
LED Indicator Four LEDs indicate remaining capacity / charge status
Model P2V+ Remote Control
Working Frequency 5.728 to 5.85 GHz
Communication Distance Up to 2,625' (800 m) line-of-sight
Receive Sensitivity -93 dBm
Transmitting Power 100 mW
Working Current/Voltage 120 mA at 3.7 VDC
Power Requirements Built-In Lithium-Polymer Battery: 3.7 V, 2000 mAh
Sensor Size 1/2.3"
Sensor Resolution 14 MP (4384 x 3288)
Lens Recording FOV: 100 or 85° -- selectable
Photo Resolution 14 MP
Video Resolutions 1080p30
File Formats Still Images: JPEG, Adobe DNG
Video: H.264
Working Frequency 2.4 GHz -- Wi-Fi for mobile device link
Recording Media MicroSD Memory Card
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Control Accuracy ±0.03°
Range Pitch: -90 to 0°
Max Angular Speed Pitch: 90°/second
Power Requirements static: 750 mA
Dynamic: 900 mA
Range Extender
Operating Frequency 2412 to 2462 MHz
Communication Distance Up to 2,297' (700 m) line-of-sight
Transmitting Power <= 20 dBm
Power Consumption 2 W
Model CCW: Phantom 2 2312 Motor (Part 10)
CW: Phantom 2 2312 Motor (Part 11)
Recommended Takeoff Weight 10.6 oz / 300 g per axis
Maximum Tension 1.8 lb / 800 g per axis
Stator Size 0.9 x 0.5" / 23 x 12 mm
Motor Velocity Constant KV: 960 rpm/V
Working Temperature 23 to 104°F / -5 to 40°C
Weight 1.9 oz / 55 g
Hover Accuracy Vertical: 2.6' (0.8 m)
Horizontal: 8.2' (2.5 m)
Take-Off Weight < 3.1 lb (< 1400 g)
Max Yaw Angular Velocity 200°/s
Max Tilt Angle 35°
Max Ascent/Descent Speed 20.7 ft/s (6 m/s)
Max Flight Velocity 49.2 ft/s (15 m/s) -- not recommended
Dimensions Propeller Length: 9" (22.86 cm)
Diagonal: 13.8" (35 cm)
Weight 2.7 lb (1242 g)

Phantom 2 Vision+ 14 MP HD FPV Camera with Gimbal
Transmitter (Radio Controller)
Wi-Fi Range Extender
Smartphone Mount for Controller
Landing Gear (Pair)
5200 mAh LiPo Battery
AC Transformer to Charge Battery
8 x Self-Tightening Props

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