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DJI’s Phantom 2 Vision takes a stabilized camera to the sky, we go hands-on (video)

23
Jan
2014

You may not have come across DJI before, but this brand is no stranger in the world of hobbyist drones. Even production studios use the companys gear for aerial videography, but that involves a lot more money than the average consumer can stomach — DJIs three-axis camera gimbal alone can cost up to $3,500, on top of about $3,000 for its latest six-rotor aircraft. And this is before you include a camera plus a remote control.

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