DJI Inspire 1

DJI's new Inspire 1 with 4K camera($2899 USD from DJI):

Aircraft specs:

Hovering Accuracy (GPS Mode)

Vertical: 1.6' / 0.5 m
Horizontal: 8.2' / 2.5 m
Maximum Angular Velocity Pitch: 300°/s
Yaw: 150°/s
Maximum Tilt Angle 35°/s
Maximum Ascent/Descent Speed Ascent: 16.4 fps / 5 m/s
Descent: 13.1 fps / 4 m/s
Maximum Speed 72.2 fps / 22 m/s (Attitude mode; no wind)
Maximum Flight Altitude 14,764' / 4,500 m
Maximum Wind Speed Resistance 32.8 fps / 10 m/s
Maximum Flight Time Up to 18 minutes

Camera:

Model Name: X3
Designation: FC350
Sensor Sony EXMOR 1/2.3" CMOS
Resolution 12.0 MP
Lens Field of View: 94°
Focal Length (35 mm Equivalent): 20 mm 
Aperture: f/2.8
Design: 9 elements in 9 groups; aspherical lens element
Filters: Anti-distortion filter; UV filter
Video Recording UHD (4K):
4096 x 2160: 24p, 25p
3840 x 2160: 24p, 25p, 30p

FHD (1080p):
1920 x 1080: 24p, 25p, 30p, 48p, 50p, 60p

HD (720p):
1280 x 720: 24p, 25p, 30p, 48p, 50p, 60p

Maximum Biterate: 60 Mbp/s
File Format Photo: JPEG, DNG
Video: MP4 in a .MOV wrapper (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
Recording Media Type: microSD/SDHC/SDXC up to 64 GB
Speed: Class 10 or faster
Format: FAT32/exFAT
Photography Modes Single shot
Burst: 3, 5, 7 frames per second (AEB: 3/5 frames per second; 0.7 EV bias)
Time-lapse
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C

Gimbal:

Model Zenmuse X3
Number of Axes 3-axis
Control Accuracy ±0.03°
Maximum Controlled Rotation Speed Pitch: 120°/s
Pan: 180°/s
Controlled Rotation Range Pitch: -90° to +30°
Pan: ±330°
Angular Vibration Range ±0.03°
Output Power Static: 9 W
In Motion: 11 W
Operational Current Static: 750 mA
In Motion: 900 mA
Mounting Detachable

 

Video with required "Johnny Ives-alike" introductory speech:

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