Featured Tech: DJI Inspire 2

DJI Inspire Drone Review

As we at BorrowFox have argued before, drones are easily the most exciting new technology in the film world. The first DJI Inspire was a great piece of kit and the second is a greatly improved version. After you read this review, you will be convinced that the DJI Inspire 2, offered on BorrowFox for as little as £150 a day, will be great for your next shoot.

DJI Inspire 2 Drone Review

Flying and Maneuverability

The Inspire 2 is, simply put, a joy to fly. If you are at all familiar with operating drones already, you will notice the equipment’s remarkable maneuverability. For those who are less familiar flying drones, one of the Inspire’s biggest selling point is its stability. The controls are intuitive and easy to master, and the built in FPV camera lets the pilot keep a constant eye on the drone’s surroundings while simultaneously filming with the built in Zenmuse X5S 4K Camera. The Inspire 2’s battery life lasts a respectable 23-27 minutes while flying which should be more than enough time to get the shots you need. There are even built in anti-obstacle controls that will keep the equipment safe.


The Zenmuse X5S 4K Camera is a beast. With a pixel size of 3.4 microns, the 20.8 megapixel sensor can capture an amazing amount of detail. Resolution wise, the Zenmuse X5S is capable of shooting in 5.2K at 30 frames per second, 4K at 60 frames per second, and goes down as low as 720p. This means that the Inspire both flies and shoots like a dream. To make things even better, there are 8 different lenses that you can swap in and out that range from 18 — 90mm. The camera is also detachable so, if you are so inclined, you can always put on a different camera depending on your preferences.

Rent a DJI Inspire 2 in London

If you are interested to see for yourself how well the Inspire 2 handles and films, check out this demo video. All in all,  if you are looking to rent a drone from BorrowFox, the DJI Inspire 2 should not be overlooked.


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