DJI has a new version of its Phantom 4 Pro drone, fittingly called the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0. The updated model is essentially identical to the original 2016 version, with one big difference: it’s much quieter, with DJI claiming that propeller noise has been reduced by around 60 percent (via PetaPixel).Also new is a switch to DJI’s OcuSync transmission technology (also used on the Mavic Pro) for live-streaming video, replacing the older Lightbridge system used on the previous model. OcuSync is designed for low-latency, high-resolution video, specifically for use with DJI’s FPV racing goggles, and promises better performance across the board compared to the old system.
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