Take a closer look at one of our fleet with our Inspire 1 review: Looking like its just flown straight from a sci-fi movie with its crisp white and black exterior and strong carbon fibre arms, you might wonder if its technology matches up to its appearance. Well, let me reassure you it comes equipped with a fully integrated and gyro stabilised camera, which shoots up to 4K video and captures 12 megapixel photos. The inspires propulsion system is unique among all flight platforms and has been re-engineered and re-built to meet the demands of advanced flight while increasing efficient and reliability. Carbon fibre arms give the strength to manoeuvre in the air and they transform, moving out of the cameras way at the flick of a switch. With a full 360 degree unobstructed view, it gives the freedom to capture shots independent of the direction of flight. The system was engineered to be durable and lightweight. The body’s aerodynamic design costs through the sky and ensures long flight times. Camera gimbal system provides crystal clear images and smooth stable footage in any flight conditions with live HD downlink view: Video: 4K @ 24-30 fps, or 1080p @ 24-60fps Photos: 12 Megapixels Lens; 9 elements in 9 groups including an aspherical element 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor 94 degree wide-angle FOV 3-axis, 360 degree rotating gimbal One of the main advantages of this drone is its size. Flying indoors is easier than ever with Vision Positioning technology that provides accurate position holding even when GPS is unavailable. You can see a panoramic shot below taken a few days ago in central London, displaying some of the camera capabilities (click on the image to see a larger version). Are you ready to be inspired?