Today DJI unveiled a new version of their Phantom 4 drone, the Phantom 4 Advanced.

It comes with many of the features that you would normally get from the Phantom 4 Pro but with a more affordable price tag that makes it way more accessible to everyone.

It comes with a new camera that has a 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor that is capable of shooting 4K video at 60 fps and comes alongside the ability to work alongside a number of automatic flight modes, including Draw, ActiveTrack, TapFly, Gesture, and Tripod settings.

Of course, that lower price tag does mean that you miss out on a few features, including that it only has front-facing obstacle avoidance, not the four-sided system that is featured on the DJI Phantom 4 Pro.

Otherwise, it is much of the same.

There will be two version of the Phantom 4 Advanced, the normal version and the Plus version. The latter will include a controller that has a 5.5-inch 1080p display fitted to it.

When it is released, it will replace the original Phantom 4, which DJI will cease to sell on April 30th.

You will be able to pick up the Phantom 4 Advanced for from $1,349 in the US, or the Phantom 4 Advanced Plus for from $1,649 in the US.

We don’t know pricing or availability for other regions just yet.

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