DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo (DJI FPV Goggles V2)

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DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo (DJI FPV Goggles V2) – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Stabilized Video, Super-Wide 155° FOV, Built-in Propeller Guard, HD Low-Latency Transmission.


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DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo (DJI FPV Goggles V2)
DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo (DJI FPV Goggles V2)


DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo

  • Incredible feeling of flying
  • Convenient motion controller
  • Built-in propeller protection

Feel the freedom when your drone is in the air, Feel the speed of flight, from the “cockpit”

The sky is your playground

When you have the ability to pair Avata with Goggles V2 and a motion controller, flying becomes almost child’s play.[1] With total security and total control, you will not only have the thrill of flying, but you will not have to worry about your drone. Allow yourself to act spontaneously and capture the world around you. One day you will realize that you were born to fly.

DJI Avata.  Where Agility Meets Reliability

DJI Avata

Where Agility Meets Reliability

Compact and lightweight, the DJI Avata is agile in tight spaces. Every detail of its design has been thought out so that the pilot can show courage and dexterity in controlling this drone. The built-in propeller protection is designed to ensure that in the event of contact with an object, Avata can bounce back, stay in the air and continue flying.

DJI Goggles 2

Feel like a pilot

The new generation of DJI Goggles 2 will give you a real pleasure from the comfortable control of your drone. The new model is smaller and lighter. The glasses have Micro-OLED screens. They will give you an amazing feeling of flying thanks to their exceptional clarity. DJI Avata also supports DJI FPV Goggles V2.[1]

DJI Goggles 2. Feel like a pilot
DJI motion controller.  Manage like an aces

DJI Motion Controller[1]

Fly Like Ace Pilots

With the DJI Motion Controller, you can now intuitively control the drone’s maneuvers.[1] It is enough to pull the trigger and push the bolt forward or turn the corner with the twist of the wrist. All flight controls are simple and straightforward, providing you with a unique way to fly.

Great moves deserve
great shots

Breakthrough FPV Rendering

The DJI Avata camera received a 1/1.7-inch CMOS-matrix and f/2.8 aperture. These and other technical features allow you to record video in 4K in ultra wide-angle format. High-quality visualization in FPV will give you incredible visual effects in terms of accuracy and realism.

1/1.7 inch



Ultra wide viewing angle

Horizon Steady


4K/60fps [6]



Color Mode

Rock Steady 2.0


Smooth shooting

RockSteady 2.0 and HorizonSteady[8] modes help you keep your footage stable throughout your flight and dive. With these flagship technologies, you will discover a whole world of cinematic possibilities. With these features, camera shake will be reduced and Ultra HD video playback will be smooth.

Professional post-processing

Immerse yourself in a colorful world with D-Cinelike color mode for shooting. For stunning shots, enable advanced color grading in post-processing and turn your video into a masterpiece.

Always ready for adventure

For DJI Avata, an innovative design has been thought through. It takes into account the needs of pilots and is designed to be comfortable for them. The compact copter is always ready to take with you for new adventures.

Always ready for adventure
Fly bolder

Fly bolder

DJI Avata has good durability so you can be bolder in your ventures. The drone is equipped with a strong frame to reduce the risk of damage. Special aerodynamic design ensures smooth airflow and optimizes energy efficiency. As a result, the drone is capable of flying for up to 18 minutes. [9]

Fly and explore!

Find freedom and discover many new things in your environment. Try the most amazing and unexpected ways to shoot videos. DJI Avata is flexible enough to shoot from a variety of angles and realize the most daring creative plans.

Bottom Obstacle Detection System

In addition to built-in propeller guards, DJI equipped the Avata drone with special binocular vision sensors on the bottom, as well as infrared time-of-flight (ToF) sensors. This greatly increased the safety of piloting. These sensors are able to detect obstacles below, so Avata can fly at low altitude or indoors.[10]

Bottom Obstacle Detection System

Who said security is boring?

Immerse yourself in the feeling of flying and enjoy every moment. If you need to brake hard, use the dedicated emergency brake button on the motion controller. For cases of low battery or loss of signal, you can always use the RTH function.

Reliable video transmission technology

The Avata features DJI’s advanced O3+ video transmission system and 2T2R omnidirectional antennas for unsurpassed stability and responsiveness during flight. You will see the results in clear and smooth images in DJI Goggles V2 in real time and even in the presence of interference.

Reliable video transmission technology


Max. video transmission quality[12]

10 km

Max. video transmission distance[13]

100 fps

Max. frame frequency

50 Mbps

Max. bitrate[14]


Lowest video latency[12]


Video encoding

Get better at piloting

DJI Avata is compatible with several remote control devices, each offering different possibilities. The flight simulator is ideal for honing your skills or trying out different control modes.

*Before flying, please read and follow local laws and regulations.

** When flying indoors, some functions may be limited due to insufficient lighting, lack of GPS signal, or lack of space.

*** Tested on a production DJI Avata model in a controlled environment. Actual experience may vary depending on the environment, usage methods, and firmware version.

**** All videos and photos on this page were taken in strict accordance with local laws and regulations.

1. DJI Avata is compatible with DJI Goggles 2, JI FPV Remote Controller 2, and DJI FPV Goggles V2.

2. Wearing and viewing experience varies by individual.

3. The refresh rate of the screen changes depending on the frame rate of the video transmission. To adapt to the current frame rate, you can switch between 100Hz and 60Hz.

4. DJI Goggles 2 does not support astigmatism correction. If you have special vision requirements, we recommend that you consult your doctor before use.

5. Experiences may vary by individual.

6. 4K/60fps video does not support 4:3 aspect ratio, but only supports 16:9 aspect ratio.

7. 155° FOV is only available in 4:3 aspect ratio and 2.7K@50/60fps or 1080p@50fps/60fps video recording; The aspect ratio is 16:9 and video recording performance is 4K@50/60fps, 2.7K@50/60fps, or 1080p@50/60fps.

8. HorizonSteady is only available in normal 16:9 camera angle mode and 4K@50/60fps, 2.7K@50/60fps, or 1080p@50/60fps video recording. RockSteady is not available when the video resolution is 2.7K@100/120fps or 1080p@100/120fps.

9. Tested hovering without wind or interference.

10. DJI Avata only supports bottom obstacle detection when using the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 or DJI Motion Controller in N and S modes.

11. The drone must be at least 0.25 meters from the ground.

12.Tested outdoors without interference. Video transmission delay depends on different glasses. The DJI FPV Goggles V2 can stream videos up to 810p resolution. When using the DJI FPV Goggles V2 with 810p/120fps video transmission, the minimum video transmission latency is less than 28ms.

13. FCC compliant and outdoor tested without interference.

14.Tested outdoors without interference. The video transmission speed depends on the operating environment.

15. Compatible with DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 sold separately.

16. When working with a PC, Windows operating systems are supported. The mobile version supports iOS 12.0 and later and Android 9.0 and later.

The FPV drone market is not as saturated as the market for other types of quadcopters. This can be easily seen if you try to compare the lineup presented by different manufacturers in the FPV, amateur and commercial drone sector. That is why, when DJI introduced its first FPV drone at the end of March 2021, many interested people even wondered how this decision could affect the market for this type of drone.

Moreover, some experts today claim that DJI FPV has become rather an outlandish “anomaly” in a certain sense, which such analysts consider to be something of a “bridge” between real FPV equipment for improving flight skills (meaning software for PC and mobile devices) and real drones. But it turned out that DJI had no intention of finishing their experiments on the DJI FPV model .

At the end of August 2022, the company surprised everyone by releasing another novelty – the DJI Avata drone. And we can already confidently say that this is the second FPV drone from the leading Chinese drone manufacturer. It features compact size but lower speed performance compared to DJI FPV . At the same time, the copter is equipped with a more advanced camera, reliable protection of the propellers and body, which prevents sad results from collisions with tree branches and other similar obstacles. 

Experts believe that DJI Avata is one of the best solutions for beginners. Although its speed is lower (which is not so bad), it is more maneuverable than its predecessor, lighter than it and allows you to quickly master the world of FPV flying. The combination of solid construction, attractive tech design and a number of other features shows that DJI is serious about attracting more newcomers to the world of augmented reality flight.

DJI Avata Package Options and Features

By tradition, DJI offers potential buyers several options for completing their products. This is what happened with DJI Avata. When buying, you should pay attention not only to the possibilities of your budget, but also to take into account the presence or absence of some models of DJI FPV equipment in your collection. In particular, we can talk about the presence or absence of the DJI Motion Controller, from your decision in favor of one or another model of DJI Goggles, as well as a number of compatible accessories. 

One of the DJI Avata kits
One of the DJI Avata kits

Based on this, you can choose one of three sets: 

  1. DJI Avata without remote control (without remote control, as well as glasses, instead of which you can use similar devices from the original DJI FPV ).
  2. DJI Avata Pro View Combo Kit (Includes both new DJI Goggles 2, DJI Motion Controller and 1 battery). The kit is suitable for those who did not have a DJI FPV model and all its accessories in their collection.
  3. DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo Kit (Includes the old Goggles V2 Big Goggles instead of the Goggles 2). This is a “budget” option for those who don’t have Goggles. .

You should also pay attention to a number of accessories for DJI Avata. For example, if you want to increase the flight time of your quadcopter, then consider purchasing the Avata Fly More Kit . It includes a charging station for charging 4 flight batteries and 2 additional intelligent flight batteries. Buying the Avata Fly More Kit is much more profitable than subsequently searching for and ordering each of the devices separately. 

Please note that the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 is not included in any of the packages. And if you want to have the ability to control the drone manually, you will have to purchase this version of the remote control separately. Of course, you should also take care of spare props, a replaceable top frame (you never know), chargers and neutral filters. All this will have to be purchased separately. Unfortunately, at the time of the release of DJI Avata, the company was not yet able to offer users a branded bag or case for their product.

Aircraft Design and Peripheral Equipment Features

Everything to improve flight safety

If we compare DJI FPV and DJI Avata, then there is a whole set of significant differences. DJI has completely moved away from such design features of its Avata predecessor as folding elements. DJI Avata propellers are placed inside protective structures in the form of rings. It is assumed that such a solution will help avoid the destruction of the drone due to a collision. Also, protection will help to avoid injuries from propellers when the drone collides with a person or other living being. 

Although independent experts did not dare to experiment, DJI representatives claim that the protection of the propellers and the case is effective and will help to overcome problems due to collision with obstacles without having to disassemble the case. In addition, if an accident occurred and it was necessary to replace the protection, frame and propellers, then, according to DJI, users will not have problems with their purchase. 

Smaller and lighter than its predecessor – DJI FPV

Another small but notable difference from its predecessor is that the DJI Avata weighs only 410 grams, while the DJI FPV weighs 795 grams. At the same time, Avata is not only lighter, but also smaller in size. The length of the new copter is only 18 cm, and the height is 8 cm, which means that the copter can fly in narrower spaces, it will be easier to maneuver than DJI FPV . The nose of the Avata is sloped for good aerodynamics and the ability to lean forward and go down faster to avoid horizontal planes. .

At the back of the drone, there is a battery compartment and a flexible connector with which you can connect the drone to mains power. It is believed that this design feature will help the battery withstand the effects of an accident and not damage other aircraft components. DJI Avata batteries are equipped with power indicators to make it easier for the pilot to keep track of the status of the power sources. This is a good tradition embedded in other DJI solutions. 

At one time, users complained that during certain DJI FPV maneuvers , the tips of the propeller blades fell into the lens during video recording. Avata managed to solve this problem, although when shooting in wide-angle mode or when the camera is pointing down, the blades can occasionally get into the frame. But this is the problem with many flying cameras when engineers have to compromise between choosing a certain constructive and design solution, providing an unobstructed view and preventing incidents with the camera. Since the camera is pressed against the front of the frame, you also have to think about how it does not collide with an obstacle like a protruding branch.

In the lower plane of DJI Avata, the developers placed two downward-facing sensors with binocular vision. Together with ToF sensors, they help the quadcopter to calculate the distance to the ground and build a landscape map under the aircraft. 

Default Motion Controller

From the periphery, first of all, we note the remote control. Even on DJI FPV , users could try out a new technical solution from a Chinese manufacturer – the DJI Motion Controller. And, apparently, the company decided that this option to control its new drone is “the only true one.” This is evidenced by the fact that none of the kits contain the traditional DJI Remote Controller 2 , which was once part of the DJI FPV kit . 

That is, for manual control, you can connect the DJI Remote Controller 2 . But you will have to buy it separately if it is not at your disposal. In addition, DJI’s new piloting “ideology” says that Avata is better and more convenient to control with the DJI Motion Controller, which is being promoted by the company as a more advanced device that meets all safety requirements and can send signals that repeat the movement of your hand. The drone moves the way you move your wrist.      

The DJI Motion Controller is a one-handed remote controller that makes it very different from traditional remote controllers. Outwardly, it looks like the consoles of some slot machines (“Air Combat” or “Racing”). If you played them as a child, then mastering the remote control of the movements of the drone will not be difficult. 

It is equipped with a large trigger on the front plane to increase speed. There are also three buttons at the top that can be pressed with your thumb. Among them is the all-important emergency braking button. Accordingly, climbing and turning can be performed by turning the motion controller.

What Avata lacks compared to DJI FPV is the presence of front sensors. That is, Avata has sensors for ground orientation, but again, they are active only in normal and sport modes, and not in manual. And this is a bit strange for such a drone. However, DJI often experiments and takes into account the experience of such experiments in the future. 

In general, the Avata design is at least not bad, except for one, in our opinion, unsuccessful decision – to place a USB-C port and a microSD card slot. Unaccustomed to anyone, even an experienced pilot, finding the location of the microSD card slot will not be easy. The fact is that it is neither below, nor above, nor behind. DJI has gone a little crazy here by placing this slot under a rubber plug inside one of the protection rings. Because of this, access to the slot is extremely inconvenient. And to access the USB-C port and connect the cable, you will have to remove the propeller if you need to upload video from the drone.

Features of FPV piloting on DJI Avata

Goggles 2

If you want to fully immerse yourself in first-person flight, then you cannot do without the appropriate headset. Applicable DJI products use DJI Goggles for this purpose. Here, however, the company again confused many users by creating new Goggles 2 (one of the variants of the Avata kit), but at the same time leaving the old Goggles V2 compatible.

Many have a fair question why DJI called the new goggles Goggles 2, while the company already has a product called Goggles V2. For buyers, this is often incomprehensible and seemingly confusing. And it’s also a bit odd that the Goggles 2 outperform the Goggles V2 in most cases, but again, not in every way.

Here is one example. Goggles 2 have 1080p Micro-LED displays (each), while Goggles V2 has 810p resolution. Or one more example. The Goggles V2 did have a frame rate of 120fps, while the Goggles 2 maxed out at 100fps. As for the signal transmission speed, it is still up to 50 Mbps. This can be considered a kind of balance between resolution and frame rate.

Signals are transmitted between the drone and the Goggles 2 using DJI’s advanced proprietary Ocusync O3+ technology. This is the latest version of the technology. But keep in mind that its capabilities will depend on the region in which you will be flying. O3+ can provide video transmission and communication with the remote control at a distance of up to 10 km, or only 2 km in Europe.

A few words should be said about the maximum flight distance. For DJI Avata, it is up to 11.6 km. Where the law and regulations for drones allow flying this distance (we are talking about the requirement to keep or not keep the quadcopter in line of sight), don’t get too carried away. It should be borne in mind that if you decide to experiment with flying near the ground or between trees, using the maneuverability of the new drone, then in such cases, any flights even over a distance of more than 5 km may result in the drone not having enough battery power to return to the base. Here it is necessary to take into account both errors in determining the actual flight distance, and possible interference with the signal from the remote control. 

DJI Avata camera
DJI Avata camera

The main feature of DJI goggles, and at the same time their difference from other goggles that can be used with standard DJI FPV , is the presence of a special version of the DJI Fly application in DJI goggles. With it, you can control the drone without a mobile phone or tablet. The mobile device itself can be connected via a USB-C cable and used to update the firmware. This option is also suitable for managing media files created by Avata. But for video recording or flight control, this is not necessary.

To control the operation of the Goggles 2, DJI installed a touchscreen display on the right side. Its menu allows you to customize the controls, shooting quality and other settings. Left-handers, of course, may be indignant, but this is inaccurate. Another advantage of Goggles 2 is the ability to adjust the optics and change the distance between the pupils. This makes the glasses comfortable for people with different anatomical parameters. 

The distance between the eyepieces can be from 56 to 72 mm, and the diopter can be adjusted in the range from -8.0 to +2.0. This is sometimes not enough, especially for those who suffer from visual impairment caused by astigmatism. To fix this problem, DJI provides a pair of lens mounts that can be attached to the goggles.

DJI Motion Controller (left) and DJI FPV Remote Controller (right)
DJI Motion Controller (left) and DJI FPV Remote Controller (right)

Flight capabilities

It will come as a bit of a surprise to some, but as mentioned, the new DJI Avata flies a little slower than its predecessor. Where the DJI FPV at its maximum can reach up to 140 km / h in manual mode, its younger brother can gain “only” 97.2 km / h. DJI FPV has flown at this speed in Sport mode, so the Avata is significantly slower. This is a big difference if you’re interested in fast flight, although it’s not necessarily a bad thing if you’re learning to fly in first person.

Exactly the same is the case with other high-speed modes. DJI Avata has lower parameters than its predecessor. For example, in normal mode, the speed will be about 29 km / h, and in sport mode – just over 50 km / h. Below are the rate of climb and other parameters of this kind. Of course, if you compare the speed parameters of Avata with those of one of the new quadcopters – DJI Mavic 3 – then Avata is a little faster, but not much. 

If we summarize some of the figures presented, it is obvious that DJI Avata is not a high-speed racing drone, but a good gadget for entertainment and aerial photography.

And more in numbers. Usually pilots are also interested in maximum flight time. Avata claims up to 18 minutes in hover mode. The question, however, is this: how often are FPV copters in this mode at all? Practice shows that it is extremely rare. Therefore, the actual numbers may be slightly different.

One of the features of the Avata – which may not be entirely convenient for some – is the need to charge a lot: charge the flight batteries, charge the batteries of the Goggles, charge the Motion Controller. Intelligent flight batteries for Avata have a capacity of 2420 mAh. A full charge can take up to 1 hour. A full charge of the Goggles 2 battery will allow these glasses to work for about 110 minutes from the battery, which, however, can be changed.

The DJI Motion Controller will operate for about five hours when fully charged. Charging time can be up to 2.5 hours. But the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 can operate up to 9 hours, although its charging time is the same – 2.5 hours. 

Something About the Features and Limitations of the DJI Motion Controller

If you’re used to flying a drone with a traditional remote, then the fact that Avata comes with a motion controller by default can be shocking. This is really unusual and will take time to get used to. 

DJI, in doing so, is trying to convey to us that the DJI Motion Controller should provide a more intuitive way to control a quadcopter. But this logic comes with a lot of caveats.

The thought behind this controller is that it should provide a more intuitive way to control Avata. But not everyone sees this logic understandable. The fact is that the controls of the new remote control suggest that you will no longer be able to easily move vertically or fly backwards. More precisely, you can, but for this you will have to use special buttons for takeoff and landing. This is nowhere near as convenient when you need to deploy the drone in a tight space.

The main concept of the device is that when you point at something with your hand, the drone flies in the same direction. And with the help of the trigger, you can control the speed of the flight. For takeoff and landing, as well as for emergency braking, special buttons are used, which are located so that they can be easily pressed with the thumb. However, these buttons often perform several functions that a beginner can confuse. You will have to practice a lot in advance to master all the features of the motion controller. 

The controller is best suited for flying in open spaces. In confined spaces – buildings, between closely standing trees or in mountain crevices – the device may not be very convenient. Also, if you want to use manual control mode, the DJI Motion Controller won’t work. It is better to use DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 . Combined with the excellent visibility provided by the Goggles 2 and the agility of the Avata, this combination of devices results in more precise and comfortable piloting, as well as good drone response to commands.

Photo and video quality

1/1.7 inch CMOS sensor

In the past, and sometimes even today, to get the highest quality FPV video, drone pilots often attach an action camera to their drones. This seriously complicates flights. It is clear that Avata does not need such tricks, since the onboard camera is more than enough for video recording in 4K / 60 fps or higher frequency in 2.7K or 1080p.

An alternative to DJI Avata in the form of a special drone with a GoPro action camera on the top plane.  A complex design that does not guarantee excellent results.
An alternative to DJI Avata in the form of a special drone with a GoPro action camera on the top plane. A complex design that does not guarantee excellent results.

DJI FPV has a 1/2.3-inch sensor. Avata has a new 1/1.7-inch sensor. As a result, the Avata camera has almost 64% more surface area for capturing light than its predecessor: 43 sq. mm vs. 28.46 sq. mm. These numbers mean two important advantages of the Avata filming system over DJI FPV :

  • Greater sensitivity in low light conditions
  • greater dynamic range when editing footage.

In automatic mode, the camera operates in the ISO range from 100 to 6400, but manual settings allow you to set the ISO value up to 25600. This is useful for shooting night scenes.

If the matrix of the DJI FPV camera had a resolution of only 12 megapixels, then the new Avata matrix received a resolution of 48 megapixels. The latter may have used oversampling filters, but the result is still significant: videos from the DJI Avata camera are sharper, and static images are much cleaner.

Often, a large sensor size is redundant for video shooting, since a small part of the sensor is used to achieve maximum resolution in 4K. To improve video quality, especially when shooting motion pictures, DJI has added a new HorizonSteady feature to Avata. It complements DJI FPV ‘s existing RockSteady anti-aliasing technology. HorizonSteady technology helps to create stable footage without visible roll of the drone. Both functions can be turned off, but for high-quality shooting and saving time in post-processing, they are simply necessary.

Another useful addition to Avata is 20 GB of internal memory. Therefore, if you forget to take a memory card with you, it will not be a disaster for you. The built-in memory can be used even when you insert a microSD card. This will add stability and reliability if a card error occurs during recording.

But you can also use the microSD card slot found in the Goggles. By inserting a card there, you can record everything that you shoot through the glasses. These frames are in 1080p resolution and contain a record of what happened in flight. This information can be crucial for those who are trying to understand why the accident occurred or how fast the drone was moving at a given point.

DJI Avata and GyroFlow Software

One of the “chips” of DJI Avata is the support for GryoFlow software. This software product can be useful for stabilizing the footage. If you turn off EIS (RockSteady and HoizonSteady), then the drone’s on-board systems will embed all the gyroscope data during the flight into the video.

Once the video is loaded into GyroFlow, this data can be extracted and used to create stabilization. What is most impressive is that the user can precisely control the limits of footage adjustment. That is, you can allow some processing and adjustment of the image, or you can do nothing at all.


Do I need to buy DJI Avata? This is probably the main question, if you don’t see a problem with the price of this amazing quad. So, three factors in favor of buying: 1. You want to start flying FPV drones
DJI Avata was designed to make FPV flying easier for those who are just starting to master this technique. Although it does not have the functionality to detect obstacles in front of it, like the DJI FPV , however, the new drone flies slower and is not safer in this regard. He is not racing, so you should not expect any miracles from him. However, this is a good option for those who dream of some unusual drone.

2. You want an FPV drone that’s ready to fly
At the moment, most FPV drones require users to spend some time and money to assemble and fly. You have to get accessories, select control systems and much more. It is difficult for a beginner in such a situation. He enters uncharted territory, requiring knowledge of many things. Most don’t need it. And DJI Avata eliminates all of these hassles and costs by offering a turnkey solution where all components are pre-configured to work together optimally.

3. You want to get more Cinewhoop experience or similar type of filming
The excellent camera and ability to handle random collisions without crashing makes DJI Avata ideal for in-flight video shooting in confined spaces, both indoors and in special outdoor conditions. You can even try shooting high-speed scenes in narrow city streets. In general, feel like either an action movie hero or a blockbuster director.

Additional information

Specification: DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo (DJI FPV Goggles V2)

Package dimensions

‎20.8 x 20.6 x 20 centimetres

Package Weight

‎1.9 Kilograms

Item Weight

‎1.5 Kilograms





Included components

‎DJI Avata Propellers (Pair) ×3, DJI Avata Power Adapter ×1, Screwdriver ×1, DJI FPV Goggles Battery ×1, DJI Avata Gimbal Protector ×1, DJI FPV Goggles Power Cable (USB-C) ×1, DJI FPV Goggles Headband ×1, DJI FPV Goggles Dual-Band Antenna ×4, DJI Motion Controller ×1, Lanyard ×1, DJI FPV Goggles V2 ×1, Type-C to Type-C PD Cable ×1, DJI Avata Intelligent Flight Battery ×1, DJI Avata ×1, DJI FPV Goggles USB-C Cable ×1, Screws (M2×7) ×4, DJI FPV Goggles V2 OTG Cable ×1

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  1. Phil

    Easy setup and intuitive flying. Great FPV drone to start with. You get the hang of it immediately.

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  2. Joe Watson

    I have had the Avata for one day and although I have had a lot of fun flying it. I am very disappointed in the camera. The camera is not to disimilar to the original DJI FPV drone which was average at best. The new rocketed stabilisation is AMAZING! No 10 bit colour, 4k looks overly sharp with very poor dynamic range.

    The quad its self is very fun to fly and is very durable. On multiple occasions I have hit a small branch or object, without effecting the drones flight. On one occasion, I collided with a branch and it fell to the ground. There was no damage to the drone and I was able to continue to fly. Although, this is great, I feel the drone is very underpowered. I am constantly having to ride high on the throttle.

    My conclusion. This is a durable and easy to fly out of the box FPV drone, aimed at complete beginners. I would go as far as to say that this drone is aimed at complete beginners and potentially hobbyists. Due to the poor camera quality, this drone is not something that would often be used in a professional environment. This is a fun gateway drone into the FPV world.

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  3. SuperSonicBoom

    Unfortunately European users are restricted to CE mode, which at best on the release firmware has a range of 300-350m before completely disconnecting from the Goggles and remote. Once you start breaking line of sight weaving through obstacles, hitting gaps etc, the video signal severely degrades and starts lagging/pixelating. Hopefully* a future firmware update will be able to resolve the issue, or at least bring the drone to a hover instead of crashing in manual mode.

    I have the DJI FPV and don’t experience any of these signal issues.

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