The Phantom 3 is the latest consumer camera-equipped drone from DJI. It's available in two versions: the Professional, which boasts impressive 4K resolution from its camera; and the Advanced, which shoots at a more standard 1080p.
Both models have ground-scanning sensors to help it fly indoors and both can stream footage live to YouTube.
The Advanced model will set you back £899 or $999, while the Professional model will cost £1,159 or $1,259. Preorders for the drones start today and they're due to ship towards the end of the month.
The camera is the area that's seen the biggest upgrade from the previous Phantom 2 model. The new image sensor should help improve dynamic range, resulting in more balanced bright skies -- something of an issue for the previous version.
The field of view is slightly narrower too, meaning it suffers less from "fish-eye" distortion.
The Professional model has 4K video resolution, which apart from looking all crisp on a 4K monitor, also gives you room to crop into a scene without losing too much quality.