DJI s Phantom line of consumer drones is the 800-pound gorilla of the industry.
And now, the company s latest flying machine, the Phantom 4 Pro, looks like it s poised to be the new king of the skies.
The Phantom 4 Pro is an upgrade from last year s Phantom 4.
A new return-to-home feature retraces the path it originally took more or less , so there s even less chance of it crashing if you lose you connection with the remote plus, obstacle avoidance will be engaged .
It s debuting infrared sensors, too, and even more angles—basically, you now have to try pretty hard to actually crash the thing.
All of this, plus the flight time has been bumped to a generous 30 minutes.