The Phantom 2 Vision+ is equipped with a 1080/30p video camera and 14MP stills camera – with DNG raw file support. Overall, it appears to be the same as the Phantom 2 Vision, but with the addition of the gimbal.
The inclusion of the gimbal allows you to remotely tilt the gimbal as you fly and provides the camera to shoot straight down for a unique angle from the quadcopter.
The Phantom 2 Vision+ also offers new firmware that includes no fly zone options for keeping out of airport airspace and other restricted areas.
The DJI Vision app for iOS and Android devices allows pilots to view what the camera is seeing in real time and control the camera from up to 700 meters (2,296 feet) away using the camera’s own Wi-Fi network. The app also displays key flight information including altitude, distance from pilot and battery strength.
It retails for $1299, which is $100 more than the Phantom 2 Vision that has no built-in gimbal. More details on DJI’s website.