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DJI Discontinues Production of Phantom 4 Pro, Drone Enthusiasts Are Ready for Phantom 5 Release

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DJI recently announced that the Phantom 4 Pro is no longer in production, which is leading to speculation that they might be gearing up to release the Phantom 5.

Historically, DJI has stopped producing previous Phantom models when they release or are about to release a new one. For example, the Phantom 3 has been out of production since the 4 was released.

But there are a few other reasons why DJI might have discontinued the Phantom 4 Pro.

Read today's article to learn more, and chime in below with your thoughts on whether a Phantom 5 release might be right around the corner.

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Or just going smaller more capable drones, it makes more sense for a lot of people than to carry a large bulky drone , being able to fly 25minutes take 4k videos be able to have a stable flight a couple of miles and on top of that a lot of people don't notice when it passes right by them since they are so small.

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It hard to know what DJI are up to. Given that DJI Terra was released last week and their product web page advises that DJI Terra is only for the Phantom 4. So it may be that there is a Phantom 5 coming out on April 23rd or an announcement that DJI Terra will work with the Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom. Just my 2cents worth.

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