Though the camera has the same shooting options as the Phantom 3 Pro with the exception of full HD slow-motion video capture, it has an improved lens with better sharpness in the corners. Much of the gimbal is now internal, protecting it and creating less drag.
The two black dots on the legs are the new optical sensors that the Phantom 4 uses to avoid obstacles.
The Phantom 4 will sell for $1,399. That converts to £1,005 for the UK and AU$1,960 in Australia, with official prices for those countries yet to be announced.
It's available for preorder through DJI.com as well as Apple.com, and DJI says customers will start receiving these orders on March 15. On that same day you'll be able to buy them in DJI and Apple retail stores. It won't be until March 23 that it will be available from other retailers for April 1 delivery.