The new DJI Avata drone and DJI Goggles 2
Flying in "first person perspective" should be easier with DJI's latest drone! DJI has introduced the new DJI Avata drone with first-person perspective (FPV). A novel motion controller may be used to operate the drone while wearing video glasses. Multiple safety features should make FPV flying appropriate for novices.
The latest DJI drone is intended to be piloted in first person (FPV). The drone pilot observes the action from the drone's point of view. FPV is well known for racing drones that can fly at high speeds close to walls and other obstacles. The new DJI Avata drone can be controlled with one hand using video glasses and an unique controller with motion sensors.
DJI had produced its first FPV racing drone last year, but the new model's operation is "so intuitive that newbies can get started immediately," according to the Chinese maker. The drone has numerous safety features to ensure that it does not crash. Because the propellers are shielded by casings, the drone must also fly more safely inside buildings.
Perfect combo with the new DJI Goggles 2
The drone captures images with a 1/1.7 inch cmos sensor with 48 million pixels, allowing for 4K films at 60 frames per second. The camera's stabilization has been improved with two techniques: RockSteady minimizes image shaking and HorizonSteady maintains the image straight. The drone has an inbuilt storage capacity of 20 GB.
The Avata is meant to interact with the DJI Goggles 2 video goggles, which can receive drone photos from up to 2 kilometers distant in Europe. The drone is also compatible with the standard DJI FPV goggles and controller. Using the new motion controller, the gimbal camera may also be controlled with hand gestures. The Goggles 2 glasses include a crisper micro-OLED screen and lenses that can be changed so that glasses wearers do not have to have their glasses on all the time.