DJI T600 Inspire - Hobbyking


This DJI mutirotor is going to flood the market and with a price tag of $2,899.00 will hopefully keep it out of the beginners hands.

• Completely READY-TO-FLY
• Innovative transforming design for 360° aerial photography / video
• Leading edge camera for 4K video & 12 megapixel photos
• Modular camera gimbal design for easy transportation & upgradability
• 720p HD Live video output
• Support dual transmission system – photographer & Flyer can control the gimbal & model separately (A extra transmitter is required)
• Optical Flow technology combined with sonic waves rise indoor flying stability to a new level
• Intelligent battery with advanced algorithms – It can calculate the distance of your Inspire 1 from you and keep tracking your battery status, so you can manage the flight time better
• Specially design transmitter to fit FPV needs - Dedicated buttons for photo and video capture, a gimbal control dial, an integrated rechargeable battery, HDMI and USB port allowing you to connect mobile devices or compatible screens.
• 1-click take-off & landing
• Return-to-Home function
• Smartphone controllable

DJI Inspire
Weight (Incl. Battery): 2935g
Hovering Accuracy (GPS mode): 0.5m(Vertical), 2.5m (Horizontal)
Max Angular Velocity: 300°/s(Pitch), 150°/s (Yaw)
Max Tilt Angle: 35°
Max Ascent Speed: 5m/s
Max Descent Speed: 4m/s
Max Speed: 22m/s (ATTI mode, no wind)
Max Flight Altitude: 4500m
Max Wind Speed Resistance: 10m/s
Max Flight Time: Appro. 18 minutes
Motor Model: DJI 3510
Propeller Model: DJI 1345
Indoor Hovering: Enabled(Default)
Diagonal Distance: 559 to 581mm
Dimensions: 438x451x301mm

Output Power (with camera): 9W(Static), 11W(In motion)
Operating Current: 750mA(Static), 900mA(In motion)
Angular Vibration Range: ±0.03°
Mounting: Detachable
Controllable Range: -90° to +30°(Pitch), ±320°(Pan)
Mechanical Range: -125° to +45°(Pitch), ±330°(Pan)
Max Controllable Speed: 120°/s(Pitch), 180°/s(Pan)

Model: FC350
Resolution: 12.0MP
FOV (Field of View): 94°
CMOS: Sony EXMOR 1/2.3”
f/2.8 (20mm equivalent)
9 Elements in 9 groups

Aspherical lens element
Anti-distortion filter
UV filter
Still Photography Modes:
Single shoot
Burst shooting (BURST: 3/5/7 frames, AEB: 3 or 5 bracketed frames at 0.7EV Bias)
Time lapse
HD Video Recording Modes:
UHD (4K): 4096x2160p24/25, 3840x2160p24/25/30
FHD: 1920x1080p24/25/30/48/50/60
HD: 1280x720p24/25/30/48/50/60
Max Bitrate of Video Storage: 60Mbps
Supported File Formats: FAT32/exFAT
Photo: JPEG, DNG
Video: MP4/MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
Supported SD Card Types:
Max capacity: 64GB, Class 10 or above

Operating Frequency:
5.728GHz~5.850 GHz (Transmitter to Transmitter)
2.400GHz~2.483GHz (Transmitter to radio)
EIRP: 13dBm@5.8G, 20dBm@2.4G
Video Output Port: USB, HDMI
Dual User Capability: Host-and-Slave
Output Power: 9W
Battery: 6000mAh LiPo 2S

Capacity: 4500mAh
Voltage: 22.2V / 6cell
Energy: 99.9Wh
Net Weight: 570g

Vision Positioning
Velocity Range: Below 8m/s (2m above ground)
Altitude Range: 5cm-500cm
Operating Environment: Brightly lit (lux >15) patterned surfaces
Operating Range: 0-250cm

Inspire 1 Quadcopter
ZENMUSE X3 Gimbal and Camera
Smartphone Holder
4 x Spare Props


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  • i open up to see much more about inspire 1 lately and admin says it's enough. What an irony!

  • Now that "Admin" has recanted the obvious attempt to close discussion of this:

    I agree with Brian Martin regarding the Rube Goldberg linkage. Exotic and interesting but no thanks. There are many much more simple ways to get landing gear out of the picture that don't involve shoving a pivoted propulsion system around with complicated linkages. For one, if you are willing to tolerate such a great vertical distance between the plane of the props and the lens, well then use fixed landing gear and contrive a simple telescoping or hinged mechanism to lower the camera. The entire concept is ludicrous. Move the camera, or at most the landing gear, not the "wings" and props... 

    The price is of course also ridiculous but that's nothing new. Then there's the proprietary battery and Tx. And a completely unknown unvetted camera (with distinctly pedestrian specs). 

    This thing belongs in one of those rich people's Christmas catalogs, along with personal gyrocopters and talking wristwatches.    


  • @Rob (as you probably already know) Sometimes people's main motivation is about the "looks". Functionality, simplicity etc takes a back seat when your trying to make money.  

  • I don't know about "Stifling" but I guess we are not allowed to post more than once on any topic around here.  I posted the offical video release of the Inspire 1 and it was removed yet other posts on the same topic have now also been posted.  This place is a joke anymore.

  • @ Rob, They probably couldn't patent that!

  • @ Rob. or use retracts :) 

     how much will it cost to repair after a small crash.... 

  • How much simpler would it have been to just have a simple, flat frame, and raise and lower the camera instead?

  • I'm looking forward to see who will run it first on Arducopter ! 

  • Looks cool.  I think it's overpriced apple tier "Jus Werks" but if I had a ton of extra cash I would buy one.

  • Oh and this thing looks like "General Grievous"

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