A Micro Four Thirds CMOS sensor with 4K image capture and RAW recording is introduced to DJI's quadcopter line with the Inspire 1 v2.0 RAW featuring the Zenmuse X5R camera and gimbal system along with a 15mm f/1.7 lens. Forgoing the fixed landing gear design found on many earlier quadcopters, the Inspire 1 features a retractable arm system whereby the underside of each prop motor has a foot to act as a landing pod when the arms are lowered. In-flight, the arms lift up to provide the camera an unobstructed 360-degree view. A 3-axis gimbal keeps shots steady and the camera pointed the same direction as the quadcopter banks and turns. The camera records internally to microSDHC/SDXC memory cards or SSD drives and can also beam a live 720p feed to a mobile device running the DJI GO app or a monitor or FPV glasses with an HDMI input. Two transmitters (radio controllers) are included so that one operator can pilot and another can pan and tilt the camera.