DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 – Still the King Of Drones in 2020?

DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 –

I’ve been using the freshly re-introduced DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 for the past couple of weeks and in today’s video I’ll share all the pros and cons of flying a large drone such as the Phantom on a regular basis. We’ll talk about the camera, compare it to the Mavic 2 Pro, the size, the features and whether it’s a good buy in 2020! I hope you guys enjoy 🙂

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Main Drone –
Small Drone –
ND Filters –

FPV Kit –
FPV Camera1:
FPV Camera2:

Camera –
Vlogging Lens –
All-purpose Lens –
Variable ND Filter –

🌍 ACTION CAMS & 360 🌍
Modular 360 & Action Cam –
Action Cam –
Action Cam ND Filters –
360 Cam –

Gimbal –
Backpack –
Microphone –
Headphones –
Monitor –
Editing Machine –
eGPU –
SD-Cards –
Pocket RGB Light –


39 Replies to “DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 – Still the King Of Drones in 2020?”

  1. Daniel Retek

    I think a lot of people need to understand that noisy drones is not a con. A material is cutting through the air under force by some sort of an engine or component. This causes vibrations and a bi product of that is noise. You will never get a “quieter Drone”. It’s impossible. You wouldn’t ask for quieter blades on a helicopter.

  2. Lee Floyd

    Thank you for a great analysis. I'm new to drones but I'm feeling froggy and about to make the jump. Still conflicted, but the camera quality is a huge attraction to this newbie.

  3. Jakov Sušac

    I dont know are your export settings ok but I just watched mavic 2 pro shoots that are 2x sharper and cleaner than this.. don't get me wrong your skills and shoots are AWESOME but quality of the image is…worst than M2P

  4. eumatthe

    This is a very helpful review – thank you for that. One are that you didn't address (perhaps its not in your work flow) – mapping. I have a Mavic 2 Zoom and was considering adding the Phantom to get into mapping. But, having flown the Mavic and the Autel Evo, which I can easily transport in my backpack, I'm not sure that the trade-off in portability for a revised old style drone design would be a worthwhile investment for me right now. If a good deal comes along, perhaps, but otherwise, you probably just saved me a ton of disappointment.
    Thanks, and keep up the good work!

  5. Titus Nixon

    Been using the Phantom 4 Pro 4 3 years and will continue. I fly for a living and have two Phantom and one Mavic. My phantom is my workhorse, the Mavic is my convenient aircraft. Both serve their purpose.

  6. Airtime aerial media

    Honest review man! I'll give you the lack of hyperlapse and that the M2 pro Hasselblad takes better stills (10 bit color vs 8 bit in RAW) but everything else falls in the preference column for me. I dont mind the size, I do comm work so the image factor you mentioned I have def taken advantage of and heard from many clients. I personally have a "props on" case but those are an extra purchase that one has to make and it does increase the transport footprint. Now I'm not knocking Mavs, they are absolutely fabulous drones that have many qualities that a phantom can't even touch and fully admit that, and they are a joy to fly..I just personally prefer P4PV2 for certain reasons that fit my own needs so ultimately you hit the nail on the head 👍 I also personally prefer the more sizable RC and the stick action, but I cut my teeth on phantoms and the finer action on the Phantom controller allows me to get way smoother shots than on a Mav controller, but again that's just preference and what someone is used to. I do think DJI should ultimately reconsider the mid size option because once the V2 is permanently out of production there will be no mid size option for those who need something more substantial but not the size of a small helicopter and costs $7K to start without add ons. If the phantom goes away you'll go from the Mavic to the Inspire size wise lol..So heres hoping they will revisit the decision to eventually eliminate the mid size platform. (And the platform that made DJI a drone juggernaut 😉) With autel increasing the size of the Evo for stability, capability and batt size and skydio trying to make moves in that segment beyond the skydio 2, I think the idea of getting out of that size range may need further thought. Just one guys opinion though 😀 ..Great video man!

  7. Ken Vaughan

    While I agree that the P4P is superior to the Mavic, I must say that the sharpest point of the supposed Hasselblad lens is between F4 and 5.6. any more closed down and that lens simply falls apart. Love both but the P4Pv2 is the

  8. Jose Miguel Perez Colon

    Brother thanks for make this awesome video. I learned a lot, and yes I'm with you, the Phantom 4 Pro is bulky and HUGE drone but still have a gorgeous videos and photos quality.

    Man let me ask you something, where did you buy the the green indirect light that you has in your studio room? Because I want to buy one.

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