The Inspire One drone looks cool flying and offers a ton of new features, including a 360 degree camera that records in 4K.

Read more:


The drone game has changed. That may sound like hyperbole, but that was my first impression when experiencing the DJI Inspire One. This is a unit that anyone could pick up and learn to fly quickly, just as you could with the DJI Phantom. But it offers a ton of powerful new features that were previously only available in units too big, dangerous, and expensive for the average consumer to own.

Watching the Inspire One take off and land is exciting, because it transforms mid-flight, with the legs folding up after takeoff so you can shoot 360 degrees of unobstructed video. The unit also has a ground-facing camera that can track what’s below and keep the unit stabilized, even when there is no GPS signal, making it much easier to fly indoors.

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like The Verge on Facebook:
Follow on Twitter:
Follow on Instagram:
Read More:


  1. really curious if that news reporter talking about a man flying a drone in manhattan was talking about Casey lmao

  2. I cant afford a piece of garbage how am I supposed to buy this jeez why not be 0.000000000000000001 dollars

  3. In my opinion Yuneec is a much better brand. The typhoon h has front collision avoidance for around $1400. For around $1800 it has 360 degree collision avoidance I believe. All these high end drones almost fly themselves so they're pretty hard to crash

  4. $3,000 bucks to fly something around and potentially lose or crash is not something most people can afford, including myself.

Leave a Reply