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Welcome to In-Tech. Ever imagined what it would be like to fly? What sights would you see? How high could you go? How about experiencing what it’s like to be a drone pilot for the Air Force?
Today we have the new DJI FPV Drone. There are a number of ways that it’s different from, and superior to, a typical drone.
For starters, an FPV drone requires special goggles for full flight immersion. (That’s what gives you that “ .) The camera is usually locked in one position and unlike standard camera drones, it doesn’t aim to stay stabilized and leveled with the horizon. (Typically, remote pilots, interested in the type of immersive flight experience FPV drones provide, had to master an entirely new set of skills. These included the ability to maneuver through tight spaces and in close proximity to objects, all while performing aerobatics such as flips and rolls.) The DJI drone is slightly heavier than most FPV drones due to its hefty battery. The battery is a very attractive feature for the DJI FPV Drone as it enables up to 20-minute flight times. DJI’s FPV drone is ready to fly right out of the box for only $1299. As an added bonus, the system is equipped with GPS, obstacle avoidance sensors, and a Return To Home feature – ensuring that beginners will be less likely to crash or lose their drone.
The DJI FPV’s camera performs well in daylight but isn’t as clear in darker environments. The FPV can film 4K at 60fps— perfect for slowing down footage for those thrilling close calls. And if you want it even slower, it can also shoot up to 120fps at 1080p.
DJI’s FPV drone features a new OcuSync 3.0 transmission system. It boasts a 10 km (6.2 mile) range, dual-frequencies, a 50 Mbps bitrate, as well as three options for first-person-viewing: 1. A low-latency HD Mode for near-real-time feed and clear image, 2. Smooth Mode for higher frame rates and decreased latency, and 3. Audience Mode. The latter option allows others wearing V2 goggles to join in and view your real-time feed.