The DJI Inspire 2 with X5S camera is a compact and powerful quadrotor drone that can record 5.2K RAW or ProRes and 4K h.265 or h.264 video through its gimbal-stabilized, micro 4/3 camera. Key features include:
Gimbal-stabilized 5.2K/30 fps & 4K/60 fps MFT camera
58 mph max speed & 0-50 mph in 5 seconds
25-minute flight time from dual batteries
Drone control from up to 4.3 miles line-of-sight
This version of the Inspire 2 is intended for RAW / ProRes capture to DJI’s proprietary CINESSD format. We include (2) DJI CINESSD 480GB with the rental. If you think you’ll need more, we have them available to rent separately as well.
Do note that you must have a microSD memory card installed even if you’re recording to CineSSD. For that reason, we include (1) Sandisk UHS-1 microSDXC 32GB Extreme Plus U3 with the rental of this drone.
No. The Inspire 2 is currently only compatible with X4S, X5S, & X7 cameras.
The mobile device holder can fit up to an iPad Air sized device (no more than 6.69 in. tall).
We’ll update firmware as the equipment moves through our building. However, as drone firmware is updated on an almost daily basis, the user must ensure the firmware is current before flight. Without up-to-date firmware, drone functionality could be limited. Access to the internet is required to update drone firmware.
Firmware can be updated through an internet-connected computer using the supplied USB Male A by USB Male A cable. Firmware can also be updated through the app on an internet connected phone, or tablet, using the mobile device’s USB charger cable (not supplied).
DJI Inspire 2 Premium Combo w/ Zenmuse X5S does not include a lens. However, we do have them available for rent separately. See Compatible Lenses list on the left-hand side of this page.
When you rent a second remote alongside an Inspire 2 drone package, you have the option to enable Dual Operator Mode. With one remote controlling the drone and the other remote controlling the gimbal and camera, this mode allows for finer control of flight-path and camera movement using a master-and-slave configuration.
Yes. The Inspire 2 can’t fly with a battery pair that has a charge discrepancy greater than 13%. For best performance, you should sync batteries as pairs in the app before flying or charging. In some cases, you may need to update the firmware to successfully sync a battery pair.
If you’d like labels to indicate your battery pairs, please request them in the Special Instructions box during checkout.
Yes. If you don’t need this capability and only plan to film in h.265 or h.264 to the MicroSD slot, you may be better served by the Inspire 2 with X4S camera.