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Dji Phantom 4 Vs Yuneec Typhoon H Pro Vs Phantom 4 Pro And Pro+

I had the pleasure of getting to review both of these drones. The truth is, both of these drones are truly incredible when you consider how far the technology has come just in the past couple years. Both the DJI Phantom 4 and Yuneec Typhoon H have a lot of similarities — similar price tag, both have collision avoidance, similar camera quality.

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But there are some minor differences that could make a big impact in your decision on which one to buy.

DJI Phantom 4 vs. Yuneec Typhoon H Cost:

DJI Phantom 4Yuneec Typhoon H

DJI Phantom 4 vs. Yuneec Typhoon H Camera:

Both drones are intended for professional aerial photographers. Both cameras offer 12 megapixel resolution and 4K video resolution. The gimbal on both is incredibly smooth. Both offer a maximum frame rate of 30 frames per second in live view to deliver crisp and clear footage.

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I shot some footage on the same day at approximately the same time near Drone Girl HQ to show you difference in footage. None of this footage is edited or processed, so you can see exactly how it looks in the camera. (Make sure you watch in HD!)

For me, the video quality is a toss-up. Each photographer may have their own aesthetic preferences, so I’ll let you make that decision for yourself.

Winner: Toss-up

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Sally French says:

Hey Kenji,

Great question! I review a lot of products which are loaned to me by various sources, often the manufacturer themselves. I have never kept the product beyond the duration of time needed to review it, which can take 1 day or a few months, depending on how in-depth the review is. The exception to that is in rare cases where the product is inexpensive enough that it wouldn’t be economically feasible to ship it back (that’s why you see the occasional giveaway on my site) or due to wear and tear, the manufacturer doesn’t want it back. I wish I could keep every Parrot/DJI/Yuneec drone I get to review, but alas, I do not!

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