DJI Phantom 5 drone 4 Pro V2.0 pulled out the stock at the DJI Online Store from mid-November 2018. There were rumors that the drone was temporarily out of stock due to an issue or lack of (excessive?) Components? Or more suppliers.
Another theory, of course, is that the DJ is working hard to get ready for the launch of Phantom 5 and the DJI Phantom 4 Pro V 2.0 has been sold well before time. Either way, Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is out of stock for two and a half months now.
We have heard through various sources that DJI is stopping shipping in the next notice except P4P V2.0. So keeping this in mind, we thought it was a good time to update you about the latest rumors of DJI Phantom 5.
The latest DJI Phantom 5 rumors
DJI Phantom 5 has a fully-replaceable body. It is still recognizable as the DJI Phantom Drool, but it is expected to facilitate a more streamlined and aerodynamic body.
Prevention of obstruction
In DJI Phantom 5, all six sides of the drone will be protected from obstacles.
DJI Phantom 5’s base camera is rumored to have Hesleybled branded 1-inch sensor and 3x optical zoom. Does this mean that the Pro version will also be? Maybe. Expect the Pro version for camera feature with interchangeable lens (16, 24, 35, 50mm), of which we have seen the prototype at the beginning of 2018.
The current Phantom is more than 45 miles per hour (72 kilometers per hour) in Sports mode. The new Phantom 5 is rumored to be running at 55 miles per hour (88 km).
When information can be submitted to DJI Phantom 5, no information has been provided about this. However, on the basis of interaction with industry insiders, we do not expect it to be launched in Q1 of 2019. It is more likely that we will look for the launch in late April or May.
These latest rumors confirm some specs given to us for the DJI Phantom 5 and were written in November.
When do you think that the DJI Phantom 5 will be offered? Let us know in the comments below.
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