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Inspire 1 for phantom 4

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Tannerharvey, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. Tannerharvey

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    image.jpeg I'm looking to sell or trade a very low used inspire 1 v2.0 for a phantom 4.

    11 months of paid Dji care included with full bundle. (2 remotes, 2 batteries, extra propellers, charging hub etc )
     
  2. Retired2Fly

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    Are You looking for an even trade? Details?
     
  3. Bigdz

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    Even across I may be interested. Pm me
     
  4. Highrpm955

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    Yeah.. me too. I'll ship you a new P4 in the box for that setup you got there.
     
  5. Tannerharvey

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    I will give a good deal but I'm looking to trade my inspire for a p4 bundle that is close to equal in value with accessories, batteries etc or cash on top of a p4 bundle that is lesser in value
     
  6. jb.

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    Any chance you want to sell me one of those controllers?
     
  7. JonnyK

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    Sorry to go off topic, but I'm currently debating either a P4 or inspire 1 v2.0. I love the inspire, but the portability of the p4 is a bonus (I'm going to the canaries in December and would love to fly there but the inspire would have to go as checked luggage and not hand luggage). I am leaning towards the inspire but for the same price I can get a P4 with 3 batteries and backpack.
     
  8. jb.

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    P4 hands down.

    Especially for travel.
     
  9. Ftolino

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    If you're traveling a lot don't buy the inspire unless you have somebody to carry it around 4 you my setup is probably 60 pounds in the case it's ridiculous and takes up the whole back seat
     
  10. WilsonFlyer

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    Second behind him.
     
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  11. JonnyK

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    Thanks for the replies folks, and sorry for hijacking the thread!I think the inspire has a pull just for the looks and speed, I won't be travelling frequently on a plane but one of the biggest pulls for the p4 is flight time. Still can't shake the idea of having an inspire.
     
  12. Tannerharvey

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    You can't go wrong with either. If you're traveling a lot, p4 is the way but if you want a more professional set up, inspire is the way for sure. I still have mine for sale or trade for p4 plus cash
     
  13. Ftolino

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    They do both work well.
     
  14. Paul Carrin

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    After a couple of exspensive repairs and with the recommendation of my repairman I switched from the Inspire to the P4 and am surprisingly happy with my decision. I loved my inspire. It definitely looked more professional and intimidating. My P4 looks like a toy. Still, I am able to get some shots that I never would've dared with my Inspire.
    Pros:
    Batt life (that extra few min makes all the difference)
    Obstacles avoidance (confidence while FPVing at distance)
    Compact case ( I take it with me EVERYWHERE now)
    Reap air costs should be cheaper

    Cons:
    Little less stable in high winds or altitudes.
    Looks like a toy
    Can't rotate camera 360 ( not as big of an issue as I thought it would be. I realized I fly sideways most of the time anyway)

    I'm sure there are other pros and cons. Theses are just the ones that are most important to me. I think if you can fly well it would be hard to tell which craft was being used to film your project.
    Example:
    It wasn't perfect. This is my first real job using the Phantom 4 instead of the Inspire.
     
  15. JonnyK

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    I am genuinely at a loss, I know the P4 is probably more practical for my needs but would love the inspire (wish I had the cash for both)
     
  16. Ftolino

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    Camera is a big pro for the inspire x3 even does a great job but as far as portability p4 all the way
     
  17. Paul Carrin

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    It was hard for me to believe but the camera specs are the same! Apparently the P4 camera sensor is a generic brand and the Inspire 1 is name brand. In fact the P4 may have better color. On the other hand you cannot upgrade the P4 camera later.
     
  18. Ftolino

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    I have both and the X3 just seems to work a little better my personal opinion my buddy has a phantom 3 Pro and that thing takes really good pictures I don't know if it's just his iPad that it looks so much clearer than my iPad he has a pro and I have a Air 2