Even trying to play 100 mbps 4K files locally can slow a lot of machines.
From the videos, the transmitter's antennae look the same...so it depends on the controller. The current version of windsurfers look like they'd fit fine.
Yes, that's a standard feature on the current P4 craft with iOS Go. I think it's undocumented. I don't think the Android Go app supports this yet, but it's very handy to have when looking for something on the ground from a distance. The clarity is very good.Is that a sensor crop you are talking about (pulling the HD out of the 4K rather than scaling the 4k to 1080)? That would be a really nice feature.
I have a pre-production model. If you want to look at some "auto" DNGs, download from here and fuss with them.
Note - nothing special in setting - probably took them on auto.
Dropbox - more_dng.zip
I have video also.
The problem with video is that we really are starting to exceed the capabilities of the internet and of the devices that many people have. Even trying to play 100 mbps 4K files locally can slow a lot of machines.
By that measure the video ends up being better than what most people need...unless you are a pro or prosumer. There are also pros and cons to the camera settings and to the focus. Those who really know what they are doing can get a lot out of them. Those who just fly and take some vids to share here and there may prefer fixed focus and less to fuss with.
Always consider the right tool for the job you have at hand,
Any way you look at it, the bigger sensor is going to let more light fall on it and you will end up with a better total image.
Here is my first look which contains some basics and pics, etc.
Phantom 4 Professional - 20 Megapixel Prosumer Drone - First Look - Drone Flyers
Well, don't look at this for anything other than file layout and size, etc...I think this is HEVC.
Dropbox - DJI_0015.MP4
I can't even view it on my 3.5G iMac Retina.
That is vid taken before even calibrating so it probably has lots of defects...but it is an HVEC file I believe.
For the rest of you - basically the 265 is going to be for the future...and for real pros with heavy-duty setups. If you are creating video for online, personal and/or "light commercial" use there is little reason to put it into your workflow.
I just did some 4K - online and compressed it's about 30Mbps - but it still looks quite good IMHO.
If anyone wants to download that file and play it offline - about 400MB - Dropbox - P4P-first-samples.mp4