In order to properly fly your drone, you have to know how it works—it’s important to have a basic understanding of how a drone connects to the controller, and what limitations exist. By having a firm grasp on how the drone operates, you can minimize the chances of crashing or losing your drone.
DJI recently announced the launch of the DJI Goggles 2 along with the launch of the DJI Avata FPV drone. These goggles are designed to offer a completely immersive experience, thanks to the wide, 155° FOV–which is far more than any current FPV goggles on the market. Users can enjoy superior comfort with DJI Goggles 2—they are smaller, lighter, and equipped with integrated antennas, so you can travel freely with minimal hassle. The Goggles 2 have improved two HD Micro-OLED screens to offer stunning clarity and a refresh rate of up to 100 Hz. The goggles create a smooth, full-screen live feed, allowing users to feel as though they are flying right in the cockpit. While the new FPV goggles have a very similar name to that of their predecessor, the new goggles have vastly different and improved features.
It’s an exciting time in the world of FPV drones— DJI just announced the launch of their latest FPV drone, the DJI Avata. As the newest drone in DJI’s lineup of consumer UAVs, it comes equipped with many exciting specs and features that are sure to turn this drone into a customer favorite.
When you first hear of drones, your mind might turn to the drone building kits for children, conveniently found on Amazon or at toy stores. Or, you might think of drones you’ve seen in a sci-fi movie. Either way, there’s a simple reason the public is becoming obsessed with UAVs: drones are fascinating technology.
First-person view or FPV drones have completely changed the drone flying experience. If you are a seasoned pilot, you might already be addicted to the unique adventures this type of aircraft can provide. But if you’re just getting started in the drone world, or even if you have already flown a little, you better buckle up and get ready to see a new perspective while piloting an FPV.