DJI Inspire 1: Dual Remote vs. Single Remote

DJI Inspire 1: Dual Remote vs. Single Remote

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So you’ve been shopping around for a new drone, and no matter what else you’ve

found, you keep coming back to the DJI Inspire 1. Who could blame you? You’ve done

your homework and are now wondering, “Do I want a single remote or dual remote

setup?”.

 

DJI Inspire 1 – Single Remote

The single remote setup for the DJI Inspire 1 is cut and dry. It is by far one of the most

powerful, comprehensive, yet easy to use remotes to date. It has dedicated buttons for

video and photo capturing. Like most drones, having all of the buttons on one remote

can be confusing at first and will require some getting used to. Obviously, if you do not

have someone to frequently fly with you, the single remote setup is going to make the

most sense, regardless.

 

DJI Inspire 1 – Dual Remote

If you are looking to have more control over your drone, and need it to respond quickly

and accurately, then adding a second pilot through the dual remote setup is exactly

what you need. One pilot operates the drone itself while the second control the camera

functions, including rotating the gimbal. This feature is great for families who are looking

to have a little drone time together or businesses who are currently using drones for

aerial services and want to take their game to the next level.

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DroneFly.com recommends that if you are interested in starting to purchase the single

remote style, you can always purchase a second remote down the line. Both the single

setup and dual setup have a place in the market, and each user is going to have to

evaluate how the drone is going to be used, and by whom, to decide which setup is right

for them. Either way, you’re going to have a blast piloting this bad boy.