The recent launch of brand new Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian raises some questions about its difference from the original version of the drone. Aside from the obvious fact that the Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian has been recolored to jet black coating, there are several features that you might don’t know about. Hence, you’ll probably find it among one of the top 12 badass reasons to buy a Phantom 4 Pro.
Even though Phantom 4 Pro is one of the most popular drones for beginners and professionals. Some might be contemplating getting their hands on this brand new Obsidian edition. If you’re one of those who are thinking of getting Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian but want to know more about it. Then stick with us because we are going to dive into the details. So, buckle up and get ready to find out!
One of the key features that makes the Phantom 4 Pro black edition a hot gadget for its quieter noise. It does look the same as the original edition. But the propellers and motors of the black edition have been modified to reduce the amount of noise it creates. Which means quieter flight sessions that benefit the environment such as reducing interference to wildlife including you.
For some of you who are wondering why having a drone that makes less noise is an essential feature. When it comes to flying the drone, it generates noise in which birds use sonic to detect their food. Sometimes, it can be troublesome when you’re flying your drone because the birds are always flying near it. With reduced noise, the Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian is effectively reducing the noise and minimizing interference so that you can capture perfect aerial shots.
Another difference between the Obsidian edition and the original version of Phantom 4 Pro is the camera. Sure, the difference is extremely minor but it’s still important enough to point out what makes this model unique. Like I mentioned, the camera mounted on Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian is much more professional compared to the original model. First of all, it comes with a few more settings that give you the flexibility to choose from such as filters, improved exposure, and focus correction.
If you’re an avid aerial photographer like me, you’ll find these tiny details a must-have. No matter how small they are, these features will have an impact on how you capture aerial footage. The camera that Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian is packed with an impressive 20MP and 1-inch CMOS sensor that delivers quality level in detail. This makes it the perfect choice for transforming any aerial shots into a masterpiece.
Let’s not forget that the Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian is much more stylish. A simple recolor of its body hull frame from white to black adds uniqueness and style factor. Which is cool. If you already have seen the original edition of Phantom 4 Pro but didn’t like the color. You might want to consider checking out the Phantom 4 Pro black edition and see for yourself. After all, having a black drone makes it easier to see in the sky compared to white.
And oh, did I forget to mention that the color makes it look cooler? Yep, you read it right. Above is a screenshot of a real Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian sitting on a concrete rail guard preparing for its flight mission. The battery gives out a nice impression that encompasses the professionalism of a camera drone. It’s the perfect camera drone for any remote pilots from beginners to professionals. Now you can fly with style!
Phantom 4 Pro Tips & Guides
There isn’t much of an actual difference between the Obsidian edition and the original edition. Aside from the fact that the differences can be noticed on the internal level such as quieter noise and better camera quality. If you’re thinking of getting your hands on Phantom 4 Pro and want to be on the top of the game. You’ll probably want to go for the Phantom 4 Pro original edition since the differences are negligible. Of course, if you do have some money to burn, you can go for the Obsidian edition of Phantom 4 Pro.
Before we conclude this article, we’ve several guides and tips to share with you. These guides are intended for new and experienced Phantom 4 Pro users. If you don’t own the drone yet but still want to learn more about it. Feel free to check these guides out as you’ll become familiar with Phantom 4 Pro’s aerial capabilities. Without further ado, I’m going to share these guides with you: