The ultimate surveillance camera for the home – The DJI Inspire 1 drone camera

A camera that can be mounted on your wall and tracked at night, and which can be turned on and off remotely, is on sale for £4,999.DJI has unveiled the Inspire series of drones, the first of which has a range of up to 200 metres, but with the ability to operate from the home.

It is the company’s first drone to feature night vision, and also has a night vision camera built into its wings.

The Inspire can also be fitted with a ‘night vision controller’ which allows the drone to stay on even when it is flying at night.

The drone can also take images and video for up to 12 hours per flight, as well as being able to capture a video of the surrounding area for up for two minutes.

The camera has a built-in WiFi network, allowing it to be used from anywhere in the house.

The DJI version of the drone has been in production for more than two years, and has been used to capture footage of police in New Zealand.

The company says it is one of the most popular models in its lineup, and the Inspiruses are already being used by businesses and residents in more than 100 countries.

“The Inspires have been used by millions of people to capture amazing moments on a daily basis, and are available to order now for just £4999,” the company said.

“We’ve designed this product to be easy to use, easy to upgrade, and powerful.”

This camera is built for the job and can be used on a wide range of indoor and outdoor situations.

“The Inspirates are powered by a quad-core 1GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 1.5GB MicroSD card.

The first model has a wide variety of cameras and sensors.

It includes an 8MP night vision lens, which allows it to track the position of objects within a 360 degree field of view, and an infrared camera, which can track movement and objects around the drone.

The main camera has three cameras that can track a range the size of a person, and can shoot 720p video at 60 frames per second.

The camera can also detect motion, and is able to send images to a mobile app.

The second model has the same processor and processor capacity as the first, and comes with an 8-megapixel camera, a 2-megapixels camera, and one-second recording time.

The battery life on the second model is also stated as 7 hours.

The third model has an 8.7-megatapixel camera and a 2.4-megixel camera.

It has a 1-second video recording time, and will record at 720p.

It can also send images via a mobile application.

It can also capture high-resolution images for up the length of a single street, as long as the sensor is capable of receiving light levels between 0.25-1.5 lux.

The fourth model has both the 8MP and the 2.5MP cameras, with the latter being able a take up to four pictures per second, and be used to record video.

The battery life is said to be “slightly longer”, with the DJI spokesperson confirming that it has been “successfully used for a few months” and can “be used for many years”.

The Inspirs also feature a Night Vision Controller, which enables them to monitor the location of objects in the surrounding environment.

The Drone can also receive the weather data from the cloud, which is said in the DJIs specifications to “include current temperature, wind, humidity and the presence of vegetation”.

The camera is capable to be mounted to the wall, and it can also record video and images for six hours per trip.