DJI no longer makes the Phantom 4. Take a look at our current drone review to see new models and the results of our hands-on testing.
The Phantom 4 was replaced by the Phantom 4 Pro series in November 2016. Though it does not share the "Pro" moniker of its successors, in our opinion, it really blurs the line between amateur and professional grade. Both the drone itself and the camera gimbal are incredibly stable. This combination creates the kind of silky smooth panning landscape shots you'd expect to be accompanied by a David Attenborough voiceover. That stability translates to more demanding flying as well, like following a fast moving subject on a winding trail. Top that off with a sharp, 4K camera, best in class flight performance, a high-quality video downlink, and a responsive controller, and you've got a top-notch drone.