First person view drone with Goggles V2, motion controller launched
First-person view drone with Goggles V2, motion controller launched.
DJI has launched a DJI FPV which has taken the drone flying experience a notch above. DJI FPV consists of the drone, FPV Goggles V2, FPV remote controller 2, and a motion controller. Specifically designed for the drone racing industry the DJI FPV enables the users, or pilots, to watch what the drone sees in near real-time.
The Creative Director at DJI Europe, Ferdinand Wolf, declares, “Right out of the box, DJI FPV combines the best available technology for a hybrid drone like no other. It can fly like a racer, hover like a traditional drone, accelerate like a homebuilt project and stop faster than any of them. DJI FPV lets the world experience the absolute thrill of immersive drone flight without being intimidated by the technology or spending hours building a system from scratch.”
The Motion Controller teaches the robot to move toward the path to match up with the development of your hand. This is the means by which pilots can get that vivid flight insight. The FPV framework is furnished with DJI’s OcuSync 3.0 technology. It takes into account a 10km transmission range, dual-frequencies, and a bit rate of 50 Mbps.
Into the tech specs, the camera is a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor with a 150-degree Field of View and is mounted on a 1-axis gimbal. The camera is able to capture 4K videos at up to 60FPS, 1080p videos at up to 120FPS and more. Pilots can take both stills and videos on the same flight. The standard DJI FPV has launched for a price of $1,299 in the United States.