DJI has new combo variants of the DJI Avata racing drone. The new DJI Avata Explorer Combo and the new one DJI Avata Pro View Combo can now be ordered directly from DJI or from selected dealers and costs 1,269 pounds (RRP) or. 1,459 pounds (RRP).
The new combos are characterized, among other things, by an updated scope of delivery and therefore include the new one DJI Goggles Integr or the new one DJI RC Motion 2. There are currently no innovations or changes to the DJI Avata itself.
DJI Avata: New combos with new accessories available now
With the new one DJI Goggles Integr and the new one DJI RC Motion 2 DJI offers revised Accessories for the DJI Avata at. At the same time, correspondingly refreshed delivery options are available from the FPV racing drone. Firstly, DJI offers the new DJI Avata Pro View Combo (2023) which includes the DJI Goggles 2 and the new DJI RC Motion 2. The price of the DJI Avata Pro-View Combo amounts to 1,459 pounds (RRP).
Further information: DJI Goggles Integra – prices and comparison with DJI Goggles 2
On the other hand, DJI offers the new DJI Avata Explorer Combo which includes both the new DJI Goggles Integra and the new DJI RC Motion 2. Buyers can therefore look forward to the latest accessories and functions. The new DJI Avata Explorer combo with new video glasses and the latest motion control costs 1,269 pounds (RRP).
Tip: Both the DJI Goggles Integr as well as the new one DJI RC Motion 2 can also be ordered individually and are sold at retail prices from 659 pounds (RRP) or. 179 pounds (RRP) available.
New DJI Goggles Integra and new DJI RC Motion 2
The reason for the new delivery options is that DJI releases new versions of the video glasses and the motion controller (DJI Motion Controller) on the market. So whoever uses the DJI Avata with both the new DJI Goggles Integr as well as with the new one DJI RC Motion 2 want to buy should go to the new DJI Avata Explorer Combo at the price of 1,269 pounds (RRP). grasp. The Ser contains the DJI Goggles Integra with integrated headband battery and the new DJI RC Motion 2 as the successor to the DJI Motion Controller. The DJI Avata Pro-View Combo, on the other hand, still contains the “old” DJI Goggles 2, but is now standard with the new one DJI RC Motion 2 delivered.
The DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo is no longer available with immediate effect and has therefore been officially removed from the range. If you still want to buy one of the older combos, you can contact DJI dealers like DJI Online or look around DJI – some of them still have stocks and sell older sets at an attractive offer price.