inspire 1 v2.0

Inspire 1 v2.0 Sale — Over $1,000 Off!

Drone enthusiasts rejoice: The long-awaited Inspire 1 v2.0 sale has arrived!

Drone World has slashed the price of the DJI Inspire 1 v2.0 from $3,099 to just $1,999. That’s a 36% price drop. Read that again: Thirty-six percent.

The v2.0 is the base model of the Inspire 1 quadcopter, DJI’s professional-grade drone. The v2.0 (“vee-two”) includes all the essentials: a detachable Zenmuse X3 camera, remote control, battery charger, and 16 GB SD card.

Thanks to its four large and powerful motors, the Inspire 1 can hit an official top speed of 50 MPH; however, expert pilots have reported top speeds of nearly 90 MPH.

The real big draw with the Inspire 1 is its camera. The X3 camera delivers 12-megapixel images and Ultra HD video of 2160p (4K). A Sony EXMOR 1/2.3″ sensor powers the detachable camera. Thanks to retractable landing gear, the Inspire 1 camera enjoys uninterrupted 360-degree visibility. Even better: The Inspire 1 live-streams video in 720p HD.

An added bonus: The Inspire 1 supports dual remotes. One remote can pilot the drone while another works the camera.

On the downside, the Inspire 1 v2.0 comes stock as a pretty spartan package. Luckily, Drone World is more than able to fill in with its Everything You Need  and Upgrade kits.

Some of the things the Inspire 1 Everything You Need Kit, priced $2,737, adds:

  • an extra DJI factory remote
  • a Hoodman Commercial Sunshade
  • an extra 4,500 mAh battery plus hub charger
  • and a drone skin wrap

Drone World’s Inspire 1 Everything You Need Upgrade Kit, priced $3,299, further adds:

  • a 64 GB memory card
  • a lens filter kit
  • a bonus 5,700 mAh high-output battery
  • and a wheeled hard case (with custom foam insert)

Customers can add further options, including: extra batteries, pre-installed firmware updates, a GPS tracking device, a 180W rapid charger, and FPV HD goggles.

“What about the Inspire 1 Pro?” you ask. Sadly, the Inspire 1 Pro remains priced at $3,899…for the time being.

Remember to visit Drone World’s full array of Inspire 1 bundles, accessories, and resource pages.

dji x3 x5 comparison

DJI X3 vs X5: Which is better?

When it comes to the Inspire 1 and Osmo, we receive one question above all others: DJI X3  vs X5 — what’s better?

If you need an answer, visit our comparison page for the DJI X3 vs X5.

If you know nothing about the Inspire 1 drone, then “X3” and “X5” sound confusing.

Aren’t those BMWs? you might think.

Yes, yes they are. But they are also the names for two powerful DJI cameras found on the Inspire 1 quadcopter and Osmo handheld stabilizer.

The Zenmuse X3 is the standard camera on both. Its specs are like those on the DJI Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 4. Those key specs are:

  • 4K UHD max video resolution (2160p)
  • 12.4 MP (Mega-Pixels) max photo resolution
  • A 1/2.3” sensor (the size of the “brain” of the camera)

The Zenmuse X3 has specs like those of other action cams, especially the GoPro Hero Series. The advantage with the Zenmuse X3 is that it doesn’t have the GoPro’s “fisheye” effect. The Inspire 1 v2.0 and Osmo come with the X3. And, yes, it’s detachable.

The Zenmuse X5 is a step up, found only on the Inspire 1 Pro. Its key specs are:

  •  4K UHD (2160p) max video res
  • 16.0 MP max photo res
  • Micro-4/3″ sensor

The X5 captures a wider and more dynamic range of picture. The X5 supports a wide variety of lenses. The X3, by comparison, doesn’t.

Who is each for? What is the price difference? Is it right for you? Find the answers to those questions at our comparison page.

And after reading that, you can browse our selection of Osmo and Inspire 1 kits and accessories. We offer a terrific selection of custom bundles and high-quality accessories for great prices.

Also be sure to visit our Inspire 1 information guide where you can learn more about features, specifications, and how it stacks up to other drones.