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Video review: DJI's Phantom 4 is quicker, smarter, safer, better

If you're in the market for a prosumer-level camera drone, DJI has set itself out ahead of the pack again with the new Phantom 4. It's faster, smarter and safer than the Phantom 3 Professional, 3DR Solo or Yuneec Q500, and features some nifty practical touches to make it an all-round better tool in the field. Check out our video review after the jump. .. Continue Reading Video review: DJI'
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