DJI Avata Pro-View Combo

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  • Incredibly immersive flight experience 
  • Intuitive controls  
  • 4K/60fps video with 155° ultra-wide viewing angle 
  • Powerful video stabilization 
  • Weight about 410g, lightweight and portable 
  • Increased safety with built-in propeller guard 
  • 10km ultra-low latency 1080p video transmission

*This bundle includes DJI Motion Controller and Goggles

£799.84

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Description

Feel the freedom when your drone is in the air, Follow your instincts, and 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

Matrix

155°

Ultra wide viewing angle

Horizon Steady

EIS

4K/60fps [6]

video

D-Cinelike

Color Mode

Rock Steady 2.0

EIS

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

1080p

Max. video transmission quality[12]

10 km

Max. video transmission distance[13]

100 fps

Max. frame frequency

50 Mbps

Max. bitrate[14]

30ms

Lowest video latency[12]

H.265

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.

CAMERA

Matrix 1/1.7 inch CMOS
Effective pixels: 48 MP
Lens Angle of View: 155°
Equivalent Focal Length: 12.7mm
Focal Length: 2.34mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus Mode: FF
Depth of Field: 0.6m to ∞
ISO range 100-6400 (Automatic)
100-25600 (Manual)
Shutter speed Video: 1/8000-1/50s
Photo: 1/8000-1/50s
Photo mode Time-lapse
Max. image size 4000×3000
Photo Format JPEG
Video Resolution With DJI Goggles 2:
4K@50/60fps
2.7K@50/60/100fps
1080p@50/60/100fps
With DJI FPV Goggles V2:
4K@50/60fps
2.7K@50/60/100/120fps
1080p@ 50/60/100/120fps
Video Format MP4
Max. video bit rate 150 Mbps
Color mode Standard, D-Cinelike
EIS Supports RockSteady and HorizonSteady modes;
Can be turned off
Distortion Correction Supports modes:
Normal Mode,
Wide Mode and
Ultra Wide Mode
Supported file systems exFAT (recommended)
FAT32

SUSPENSION

Mechanical range Tilt angle: -95° to 75°
Controlled Range Tilt angle: -80° to +65°
Stabilization One axis (tilt)
Max. controlled speed 60°/sec
Angular vibration range ±0.01°
Electronic roll axis During recording, the real-time screen correction function is not available,
but it can be applied to the material already captured by the aircraft.

AIRCRAFT

Model QF2W4K
Takeoff weight About 410 g
Dimensions (L × W × H) 180×180×80mm
Diagonal size 120 mm
Max. rate of climb 6 m/s
(Normal mode, Sport mode)
Max. sink rate 6 m/s
(Normal mode, Sport mode)
Max. speed [1] 8 m/s (Normal mode)
14 m/s (Sport mode)
27 m/s (Manual mode)
Max. take-off altitude 5000 m
Max. hover time About 18 min [2]
Max. flight distance 11.6 km
Max. allowable wind speed 10.7 m/s (Level 5)
Operating temperature range -10° to 40° C
Transmitter power (EIRP) FCC: < 33 dBm
CE: < 14 dBm
SRRC: < 30 dBm
Antennas Two antennas, 2T2R
Navigation systems GPS + Galileo + BeiDou
Hover error range Vertical:
±0.1 m (with visual positioning)
±0.5 m (with navigation positioning)Horizontal:
±0.3 m (with visual positioning)
±1.5 m (with navigation positioning)
Supported SD cards microSD (up to 256 GB)
Recommended microSD cards SanDisk Extreme U3 V30 A1 32GB microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme Pro U3 V30 A1 32GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas Go!Plus U3 V30 A2 64GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 64GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 128GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 256GB microSDXC
Samsung PRO Plus V30 U3 V30 A2 256GB microSDXC
Inner memory 20 GB

DJI MOTION CONTROLLER

Model FC7BMC
The weight About 167 g
Operating frequency 2.400-2.4835 GHz
Transmitter power (EIRP) 2.4GHz: ≤28.5dBm (FCC), ≤20dBm (CE/SRRC)
Operating temperature range -10° to 40° C
Working hours About 5 hours

SENSOR SYSTEM

Inferior (binocular vision and time of flight (ToF) sensors) [3] Effective height measurement with ToF sensors: 10m
Accuracy of hovering range: 0.5-10m Vision
sensor range when hovering: 0.5-20m
Working environment conditions Surfaces with diffuse reflections and a clear pattern > 20% (walls, trees or people)
Adequate lighting (lux > 15, normal indoor lighting conditions)

INTELLIGENT FLIGHT BATTERY

Battery capacity 2420 mAh
Voltage 14.76 V
Charging voltage limit 17 V
Type of Li-ion
Chemical composition LiNiMnCoO2
Power consumption 35.71 Wh @ 0.5 sec
Discharge rate Normal: 7 sec
The weight About 162g
Charging temperature range 5° to 40° C

VIDEO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

Communication frequency 2.400-2.4835 GHz (RX only)
Operating frequency band Max. 40 GHz
The quality and degree of delay of video broadcasting [4] With DJI FPV Goggles V2:
810p/120fps video transmission quality: less than 28ms video transmission delay.
810p/60fps video transmission quality: less than 40ms video transmission delay.With DJI Goggles 2:
1080p/100fps video transmission quality: less than 30ms video transmission delay.
Video transmission quality 1080p/60fps: video transmission delay is less than 40ms.
Max. video bit rate [5] 50 Mbps
Max. video transmission range [6] 10 km (FCC), 2 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC)
Sound transmission N/A

DJI FPV GOGGLES 2

Model FGDB28
The weight Approx. 420 g
(including headband and antennas)
Dimensions
(L × W × H)
Without antennas: 184 × 122 × 110 mm
With antennas: 202 × 126 × 110 mm
Display size
(single display)
2 inches
Display Resolution 1440×810
Update frequency 144 Hz
Distance between display centers 58-70 mm
Viewing Angle
(single display)
30 to 54° (can be customized)
Image Size: 50 to 100%
Working communication frequency 2.400-2.4835 GHz
Transmitter power (EIRP) 2.4 GHz:
< 28.5 dBm (FCC),
< 20 dBm (CE/SRRC)
Operating frequency channel Max. 40 MHz
Max. video bit rate [6] 50 Mbps
Video recording format MOV (codec: H.264)
Supported
video and audio playback formats
MP4, MOV, MKV
(video codecs: H.264;
audio formats: AAC-LC, AAC-HE, AC-3, MP3)
Operating temperature range 0° to 40° C
Source of power Dedicated battery for DJI Goggles
Supported SD cards microSD (up to 256 GB)

BATTERY FOR DJI FPV GOGGLES 2

Capacity 1800 mAh
Voltage Max. 9 V
Type of Li-ion 2S
Chemical composition LiNiMnCoO2
Power consumption 18 HF
Charging temperature range 0° to 45° C
Max.
charging power
10 W
The weight About 119g
Dimensions (L × W × H) 73.04×40.96×26 mm
Working hours About 110 min.

The characteristics of speed, time and range provided by the manufacturer are the result of laboratory tests and are for informational purposes only. In a real situation, flight performance may vary depending on the conditions in which the flight is carried out.

FAQ’s

1. How to Link DJI Avata System Components
  1. Turn on the drone, goggles and remote. Press and hold the power button to turn on or off on each device.
  2. Press the link button on the glasses. They will start beeping all the time.
  3. Press and hold the power button on the aircraft until it makes one beep sound and the battery level indicators flash in sequence.
  4. If the pairing was successful, the aircraft battery level indicators will turn solid and will not show the battery level. The goggles will stop making a beeping sound and start showing the real-time view from the drone’s camera.
  5. Press and hold the power button on the aircraft until it makes a single beeping sound and the battery level indicators flash in sequence.
  6. Press and hold the power button on the remote until it starts beeping continuously and the battery lights start flashing in sequence.
  7. If the pairing is successful, the remote control will stop beeping and both battery indicators will turn solid and show the charge level.

* Please refer to the user manual or tutorial video for details.

2. How to activate the DJI Avata drone?

The DJI Avata drone needs to be activated before using it for the first time. You can do this using the DJI Fly app or DJI Assistant 2 (for amateur drones). Please make sure that after turning on the power, all devices – aircraft, remote control and goggles – are connected with each other.

When using the DJI Fly app, connect the goggles to your smartphone via the USB-C port to activate. Then follow the activation instructions. This process requires a stable internet connection.

* Please refer to the user manual or tutorial video for details.

3. How do I complete the DJI Avata update procedure?

Method 1: Using the DJI Fly App

Turn on the drone, goggles and remote. Check that all devices are connected to each other. Connect the goggles to your smartphone via the USB-C port and launch the DJI Fly app. Follow the instructions to update the firmware. A stable Internet connection is required to update the firmware.

Method 2: Using the DJI Assistant 2 app (for hobby drones)

Turn on your device and connect it to your computer with a USB-C cable. Launch DJI Assistant 2 (for hobby drones) and log into the app with your DJI account. Select a device and click “Firmware Update” on the left side of the display. Select and confirm the firmware version. The program will be automatically downloaded and updated. After the firmware update is completed, the device will automatically reboot.

* Please refer to the user manual or tutorial video for details.

4. Which glasses are compatible with DJI Avata?

DJI Goggles 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2.

5. Which controllers are compatible with DJI Avata?

DJI Motion Controller and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2.

Aircraft

1. Which goggles are DJI Avata compatible with?

DJI Goggles 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2.

2. What are the differences between using DJI Avata with DJI Goggles 2 or DJI FPV Goggles V2?

DJI Goggles 2 has more functionality. They support Head Tracking Mode, which provides you with an immersive first-person flight experience with more freedom. They also feature the advanced DJI O3+ video transmission system, which provides high resolution and low latency video transmission.

DJI Goggles 2 features an updated display and diopter adjustment. They are smaller, lighter and more comfortable to use. They are also easier for the user to use.

3. What controllers is DJI Avata compatible with?

DJI Motion Controller and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2.

4. What are the differences between using DJI Motion Controller and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 with DJI Avata?

The DJI Motion Controller provides controls that are more in line with natural hand movements. The DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 is suitable for those users who want to use the Manual mode for precise control.

5. Is DJI Avata waterproof?

No.

6. Does DJI Avata have auxiliary lighting?

No.

7. Does DJI Avata support navigation systems?

Yes, it has support for systems such as GPS, Galileo and BeiDou.

8. Does DJI Avata have built-in media?

Yes. Its volume is 20 GB.

9. What is the maximum flight time for DJI Avata?

It is approximately 18 minutes.*

* Tested in calm conditions and no interference in hover mode.

10. Does DJI Avata support audio recording?

No.

11. Does DJI Avata support Obstacle Detection and Avoidance?

DJI Avata does not have a forward obstacle detection and avoidance system. A similar system exists only on the lower plane. It can be used in conjunction with the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2, DJI Motion Controller in N Mode and S Mode.

12. What photo resolutions and photo formats are supported by DJI Avata?

4000×3000 and JPEG.

13. What video formats are supported by DJI Avata?

MP4.

14. What angle of view for video recording is supported by the DJI Avata camera?

FOV: 155°

EGF: 12.7 mm

Focus length: 2.34mm

Aperture: f/2.8

Focus mode: FF

Focus Range: 0.6m to ∞

15. Does the DJI Avata camera support distortion correction?

Yes there is. It operates in Normal Mode, Wide Mode and Ultra Wide Mode.

16. Does DJI Avata support real-time screen correction while recording?

No. There is only correction support for recording materials.

17. What color modes does the DJI Avata camera have?

Standard and D-Cinelike.

18. Does DJI Avata support EIS?

Yes. It supports RockSteady and HorizonSteady features which can be disabled.

19. What video coding format does DJI Avata support?

H.264.

20. Does DJI Avata support manual camera settings?

Yes. You can adjust ISO settings, shutter, exposure settings, and white balance.

21. What video resolutions and frame rates does DJI Avata support?

With DJI Goggles 2:

4K@50/60fps

2.7K@50/60/100fps

1080p@50/60/100fps

With DJI FPV Goggles V2:

4K@50/60fps

2.7K@50/60/100/120fps

1080p@50/60/100/120fps

22. Can DJI Avata be directly connected to a smartphone?

No. You can connect it to a computer via the Type-C port to work with an SD card, or run the DJI Assistant 2 app (for hobby drones) to update the firmware.

23. What is the maximum transmission range of the DJI Avata?

10 km (FCC), 2 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC).

24. Does DJI Avata support the RTH function?

Yes. The drone supports Smart RTH, Low Battery RTH and Failsafe RTH modes.

25. How can I switch DJI Avata to manual mode (M Mode)?

DJI Avata requires the use of the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 if you want to use M Mode.

In the glasses menu, go to “Settings > Control > Remote Controller” to enable M Mode.

If the aircraft is in M ​​Mode, it will not be able to hover automatically. Therefore, before using the manual control mode, practice the virtual control mode in the DJI Virtual Flight app. Also adjust the screw at the back so that the throttle stick does not move, interfering with precise control and a better piloting experience.

26. Can DJI Avata drone parts be replaced by myself?

You can purchase and replace the top frame, prop guards and props themselves. See tutorials for details.

27. Can DJI Avata be used without glasses?

No.

28. Does DJI Avata support Find My Drone?

Yes. In the goggles menu, go to “Settings > Safety > Find My Drone” to enable this feature.

The “Find My Drone” function will help you locate the aircraft on the ground using video from glasses. If the aircraft’s batteries have enough power, turn on the ESC alarm to make it easier to locate the aircraft with the beeper.

Flight safety

1. What precautions should I take when flying the DJI Avata?

If using DJI Avata one:

  1. Do not fly in areas with strong interference, such as areas with strong Wi-Fi.
  2. Do not fly long distances low on the ground.
  3. Make sure you are flying in a safe area with no drone restrictions. To do this, study the local laws and regulations in detail.
  4. Follow local laws and regulations when flying with goggles.
  5. Before flying, update the firmware, if necessary, using your smartphone. Learn the latest information on no-fly zones and requirements for flying drones in general.
2. What precautions should I take when flying the DJI Avata in other countries and regions?

If you plan to fly the DJI Avata in other countries or regions, please comply with local radio frequency requirements.

Connect your aircraft to the DJI Fly app and the software will automatically configure the DJI Avata system to comply with local laws and regulations.

3. What precautions should be taken during takeoff and landing of DJI Avata?
  1. Before takeoff, check propellers for correct installation, sensor calibration accuracy, battery charge levels, and any obstacles around, including bystanders, buildings, and trees.
  2. Prior to landing, locate it in a safe place with a flat surface without water. Check the landing site for the presence or absence of people or obstacles. To prepare for landing, it is recommended to switch to N mode.
  3. Before the first flight, it is recommended to watch instructional videos on the 4vision.ru video channel.
4. What precautions should be taken when using the DJI Goggles 2?

When using glasses, try to keep the lenses out of direct sunlight to avoid damaging them.

5. What precautions should be taken when using the DJI FPV Goggles V2?
  1. Follow local laws and regulations when flying with goggles on.
  2. During the flight, pay attention to the warnings and tips that appear on the screen.
  3. Store your glasses in a dark place to avoid damaging the screens.

DJI Goggles 2

1. Which DJI drone models can be used with the DJI Goggles 2?

DJI Avata.

2. What are the signal delay settings on DJI Goggles 2?

At 1080p/100fps video quality, the lowest latency will be 30ms. With video quality of 1080p/60fps, this parameter will be 40 ms.

3. What are the main parameters of DJI Goggles 2 displays?

Resolution: 1920×1080

Max. brightness: 700 nits (supports brightness adjustment every 100 nits from 100 to 700 nits)

Display Type: Micro-OLED (Silicon Based OLED)

4. What is the difference between recording with DJI Goggles 2 and using the drone’s camera?

The glasses record the image that appears on their displays (from the on-screen menu and other information). This image can have a maximum of 1080p/50fps. The drone records the image captured by its camera at the maximum 4K/60fps.

5. Can regular glasses be used with the DJI Goggles 2? Does DJI Goggles 2 support diopter adjustment?

The DJI Goggles 2 supports -8.0 D to +2.0 D diopter adjustment, so you can wear these DJI goggles without having to wear regular glasses with them. In addition, lens frames are included with DJI Goggles 2. If you need astigmatism correction or if the Goggles do not fit the diopters, you can purchase additional lenses and use the frame to fit the Goggles. As such, Goggles are easily suitable for a wide range of people with vision problems.

6. How to lock the diopter control on DJI Goggles 2?

After adjusting the diopter, push the control all the way down and then turn it to the narrowest position to lock the settings. This will help prevent settings from being changed by accidentally touching the control while using or storing the glasses. To unlock the regulator, do the same in reverse.

7. Do DJI Goggles 2 support IPD adjustment?

Yes. The setting range is 56-72 mm.

8. Does DJI Goggles 2 support recording video on the installed memory card?

DJI Goggles 2 can record video from its displays during flight (including information of various kinds).

9. Does the DJI Goggles 2 have a receiver?

Yes, DJI Goggles 2 has its own receiver for video transmission.

10. Does DJI Goggles 2 support the 2.4GHz frequency band?

Yes.

11. Can DJI Goggles 2 be connected to a computer to view or export from a memory card via USB?

Yes.

12. Does DJI Goggles 2 support real-time audio transmission?

Currently DJI Goggles 2 do not support this functionality while flying as the drone does not have a microphone.

13. How can I use the audio port on DJI Goggles 2?

The audio port can be used to play the audio track for videos that have been stored on an SD card or videos on a Wi-Fi display. It can also be used to connect headphones via a 3.5mm interface.

14. Can I turn off the OSD information on the DJI Goggles 2 displays?

No.

15. Do DJI Goggles 2 support flight simulators?

DJI Goggles 2 support the DJI Virtual Flight app.

16. Do DJI Goggles 2 support video playback?

DJI Goggles 2 supports SD card video playback and Wi-Fi display streaming. Supported video formats on SD cards: MP4 and MOV (video encodings: H.264 and H.265; audio encodings: ACC and PCM).

17. Can DJI Goggles 2 work with third party devices?

DJI Goggles 2 does not support drones from other manufacturers.

18. Does DJI Goggles 2 support 3.5mm port?

Yes.

19. Do DJI Goggles 2 support 3D video viewing?

No.

20. Does DJI Goggles 2 support head and hand control?

Yes, but when used with DJI Motion Controller goggles.

21. Does the DJI Goggles 2 support analog video transmission?

No.

22. Does the DJI Goggles 2 support HDMI output or input?

No.

23. What languages ​​can DJI Goggles 2 work with? How can I switch between languages?

Supported languages ​​are: Simple Chinese, English, Russian, Traditional Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, French, Italian, and Portuguese.

Switching methods:

  1. When the DJI Goggles 2 are turned on for the first time, please switch the language according to the manual.
  2. Open the OSD menu and go to “Settings > About > Languages” to switch to the desired language.
24. Do DJI Goggles 2 support viewing album images?

Yes.

25. How to properly connect DJI Goggles 2 to a smartphone or computer?

Connect the OTG cable to the desired port of the glasses, and then use the USB-C cable or Lightning cable to connect the glasses to your smartphone.

Connect the OTG cable to the appropriate port on the computer and use the USB-A to USB-C cable to connect the glasses to the computer.

Note: DJI Goggles 2 only support USB-C cables and MFI certified Lightning cables.

26. Do DJI Goggles 2 support live video output?

Not currently.

27. What resolution and frame rate does the DJI Goggles 2 support when recording video?

1920 × 1080 resolution and 50 fps frame rate are supported.

28. What precautions should I take when using the DJI Goggles 2?

Keep the lenses out of direct sunlight when using the glasses to avoid damaging them.

29. Does the DJI Goggles 2 foam pad only have one size? Can it be replaced?

Yes, the gasket size is fixed. But it can be replaced.

30. What should I do if I feel dizzy while flying the drone while wearing the DJI Goggles 2?

Take off your glasses and take a break. If you experience severe discomfort, seek medical attention.

31. Can the DJI Goggles 2 battery be used to charge other devices?

No.

32. Can the battery from DJI Goggles 2 be used to charge the DJI FPV Goggles V2?

Yes, but they have different power cables.

33. Can the battery from DJI Goggles 2 be used to charge third party batteries?

It is recommended to use genuine DJI battery. If you are using a third party battery, the voltage must not exceed 11.1 V. Otherwise, there is a risk of damage to the battery.

DJI FPV Goggles V2

1. Which drones can the DJI FPV Goggles V2 be used with?

DJI Avata and DJI FPV.

2. What is the video latency setting on the DJI FPV Goggles V2?

When transmitting video in 810p/120fps format, the minimum level of signal delay from the camera to the display will be less than 28 ms. When transmitting video in 810p/60fps format, the minimum level of signal delay from the camera to the display will be less than 40 ms.

3. What is the display resolution of the DJI FPV Goggles V2?

Both displays have a resolution of 1440×810.

4. What are the differences in video recording between DJI FPV Goggles V2 and drone camera?

The glasses can only record streaming content in 810p/60fps. They do not support the RockSteady and HorizonSteady functions. The drone’s camera can record videos up to 4K/60fps. It has support for the RockSteady and HorizonSteady features.

5. Does the DJI FPV Goggles V2 support diopter adjustment?

No. However, you can buy corrective lenses and put them in glasses.

6. Does the DJI FPV Goggles V2 support IPD adjustment?

Yes. The adjustment range is 58-70 mm.

7. Does the DJI FPV Goggles V2 support display recording or display screenshot?

No. The glasses have only a record of the material transmitted from the camera (except for menu information).

8. Can DJI FPV Goggles V2 be connected to a smartphone?

Yes. If the goggles are connected to a smartphone, you can use the DJI Fly app to activate and update the firmware of the drone, goggles, and remote controller. You can also share video from the camera.

9. How can I connect the DJI FPV Goggles V2 to my smartphone?

You can connect the glasses to your smartphone using an OTG cable and Type-C or Lightning cables. Please note that the goggles only support Type-C and MFI-certified Lightning cables. Non-standard cables such as the Huawei Quick Charge Cable are not currently supported.

10. Is there only one size option for DJI FPV Goggles V2 foam padding? Can it be replaced?

DJI FPV Goggles V2 goggles come in two sizes. We do not recommend taking it out too often. If the gasket is damaged, then you can purchase a new one to replace it.

10. Is there only one size option for DJI FPV Goggles V2 foam padding? Can it be replaced?

DJI FPV Goggles V2 goggles come in two sizes. We do not recommend taking it out too often. If the gasket is damaged, then you can purchase a new one to replace it.

11. What should I do if I feel dizzy while flying the drone while wearing the DJI FPV Goggles V2?

Take off your glasses and relax. If you experience severe discomfort, seek medical attention.

12. Can DJI FPV Goggles V2 be charged with batteries from other manufacturers?

The USB-C cable can only be used with glasses battery. Power banks and other chargers from other manufacturers are not supported.

13. Can the DJI FPV Goggles V2 charge my smartphone?

No.

14. How can I power on the battery of the DJI FPV Goggles V2?

Connect the glasses to the battery using the power cable. Press and hold the power button to turn your device on or off. To prevent a short circuit, do not turn on the power of the glasses when they are not connected to the battery.

DJI FPV Remote Controller 2

1. Can the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 be connected to a smartphone?

No.

2. Can the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 be connected to a computer?

Yes. You can connect the remote to your computer with a Type-C cable and launch the DJI Assistant 2 app (for hobby drones) to update the firmware.

3. What is the maximum battery life of the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2?

Around 9 o’clock.

4. Can the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 be connected to other drones and goggles?

This controller supports DJI Avata and DJI FPV drones.

5. How can I switch between Mode 1 and Mode 2 on the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2?

If the remote is connected to the aircraft and the goggles, you can select Mode 1 or Mode 2 in the goggles settings.

6. Is it possible to disable automatic throttle stick re-centering on the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2?

Open the protective cover behind the throttles and adjust them by loosening the screw as instructed.

DJI Motion Controller

1. Can DJI Motion Controller be connected to a smartphone?

No.

2. Can DJI Motion Controller be connected to a computer?

Yes. You can do this with a Type-C cable and run the DJI Assistant 2 app (for hobby drones) to update the firmware.

3. What is the maximum operating time of the DJI Motion Controller?

Approximately 5 hours.

4. Can DJI Motion Controller be used with other drones and goggles?

This remote can work with DJI Avata drones and DJI FPV aircrafts.

5. Can I switch between Mode 1 and Mode 2 on the DJI Motion Controller?

No. Here, the control system does not require switching modes.

6. Is it possible to disable automatic throttle stick re-centering on the DJI Motion Controller?

No. This is not required here.

DJI Virtual Flight App

1. What should I do if the controller cannot connect to the DJI Virtual Flight app?

Try the following:

  1. Disconnect the cable connecting the smartphone and glasses. Turn on the drone and goggles, check that you can see the camera image while wearing the goggles, and can start the motors with the remote control to check the normal operation of the aircraft.
  2. If there are no problems in step 1, check the firmware of the remote controller, glasses, and drone for the latest firmware version.
  3. If there is no problem in step 2, turn off the aircraft. Reconnect your smartphone to the goggles and open the DJI Virtual Flight app.
  4. If there are no problems in step 3, try replacing the cable connecting the glasses and the smartphone. You can also try disconnecting and reconnecting your smartphone or restarting the glasses several times.

Additional information

Specification: DJI Avata Pro-View Combo

Package dimensions

‎20.4 x 19.8 x 17.7 centimetres

Package Weight

‎1.71 Kilograms

Item dimensions L x W x H

‎18 x 8 x 18 centimetres

Item Weight

‎1.01 Kilograms

brand

DJI

Colour

‎Black

Has image stabilisation

‎Yes

Included components

‎DJI Avata Propellers (Pair) ×3, DJI Avata Power Adapter ×1, Screwdriver ×1, DJI Goggles 2 Dual-Band Antenna (Pair) ×1, DJI Goggles 2 Battery ×1, DJI Avata Gimbal Protector ×1, DJI Goggles 2 ×1, DJI Goggles 2 Eyeglass Frames (Pair) ×1, DJI Motion Controller ×1, Lanyard ×1, Type-C to Type-C PD Cable ×1, DJI Avata Intelligent Flight Battery ×1, DJI Goggles 2 Screen Protector ×1, DJI Avata ×1, DJI Goggles 2 Power Cable ×1, DJI Goggles 2 Headband ×1, Screws (M2×7) ×4, DJI Goggles 2 OTG Cable ×1

Max Focal Length

‎140

Min Focal Length

‎38

Part number

‎CP.FP.00000063.01

Style

‎DJI Avata Pro View Combo (DJI Goggles 2)

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Price History

Price history for DJI Avata Pro-View Combo (DJI Goggles 2) - 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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  • £999.99 - December 20, 2023
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  • £868.22 - November 25, 2023
  • £878.29 - November 15, 2023
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Since: August 23, 2023
  • Highest Price: £1,544.95 - September 15, 2023
  • Lowest Price: £799.84 - January 1, 2024

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Reviews (4)

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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. Daniel

    Extremely restricted under CE Rules, 750m line of sight max range before goggles start loosing the video feed! Also forget the 20mins fly time, you will be looking 10mins MAX in average conditions maybe 12 if flying inside, the FPV has similar fly time however much more professional and fun to fly drone than this thing.

    I am no fan of the stick either, you don’t have 100% accuracy when using it hence the reason they will not allow you to fly in manual mode with it.

    Absolutely love the VR when flying though and you should be able to use them with the Mavics, shame on DJI for not allowing this

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  4. 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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