DJI FPV Combo

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Description

DJI, the world leader in civilian drones and the development of photo and video technology, on March 2, 2021 introduced a completely new kind of drones with intuitive flight and immersive effect, which the world has not seen before.

The new DJI FPV drone combines the incredible performance of a racing model and a first-person view, as well as a camera with excellent shooting parameters that can be seen on traditional drones, and a number of the latest developments in the “stuff” of the platform. Among them, the safety flight technology and advanced transmission function deserve special mention.

Optionally, the manufacturer also offers an innovative one-handed remote control that will allow pilots to control the operation of the drone with simple hand movements. Thus, the new DJI FPV introduces a new category of drones, expanding the horizons of opportunities for content creators and drone enthusiasts alike, whether they are beginners or already experienced users.

A new stage in the development of DJI technology

For the company, which celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, the creation of such a drone was a real breakthrough and literally rethinking its corporate philosophy. The new model shows us today what unmanned technologies are capable of. This is a real hybrid drone that has absorbed all the best. It can develop incredible like a racing car, hover in the sky in the best traditions of the drones we are used to, and instantly stop, anticipating our expectations – this is a set of characteristics that drone lovers could only dream of a couple of years ago.

Let’s take a closer look at the new miracle drone from Chinese engineers.

DJI FPV Racing Drone Review

Main characteristics

The DJI FPV model features the following key features:

  • Total weight – 795 g;
  • Dimensions: 255×312×127 mm (with propellers);
  • Camera: 1/2.3” 12MP CMOS;
  • Lens: EGF 35 mm (viewing angle 150º);
  • Possibility of photo and video filming during one flight;
  • Video 4k/60p and 1080/240p at 120 Mbps;
  • H.264 and H.265 codecs;
  • Emergency stop and hang;
  • Obstacle avoidance sensors front and bottom;
  • Transmission system OcuSync 3.0 (O3), transmitting a signal up to 10 km, support for two frequencies, transmission rate of 50 Mbps;
  • The maximum flight time is 20 minutes;
  • Maximum speed – 140 km / h;
  • The ability to install a memory card in glasses in case of loss of the drone.

We especially note that you do not have to figure out the intricate design of the drone on your own to assemble it. The DJI FPV is pre-assembled and ready to go as soon as you take it out of the box!

Incredible stuffing possibilities

The standard DJI FPV Combo includes the racing drone, Goggles V2 FPV goggles, and a second-generation remote controller. As always, the manufacturer offers an additional Fly More kit, which includes two additional batteries and a charging station for 3 batteries.

The 202x126x110mm goggles with 4 antennas are powered by a 1800mAh 9V battery connected via a USB-C power cable. A full charge of the battery lasts for about 110 minutes, the battery itself is quite lightweight, and therefore can simply hang from the side when the glasses are in front of the pilot’s eyes. For reliability, it is still better to put the battery at least in your jacket pocket so that the battery does not accidentally disconnect during the flight.

The DJI FPV racing drone is equipped with the new OcuSync 3.0 transmission system, capable of operating up to 10 km, with dual frequency support and 50 Mbps data transfer rate. There are several first-person view options to choose from, including the following modes:

  • High-Quality, in which the pilot can see the world at 1440x810p either at 60 fps and a 142º field of view (FOV) or at 50 fps and 150º FOV. In this mode, the signal delay is no more than 40 ms.
  • Low-Latency, which in translation means a small delay in signal transmission. Indeed, in this mode, the pilot can count on a more cinematic view with a signal delay of no more than 28 ms. The picture resolution is 1440x810p at 120 fps and 142º FOV or at 100 fps and 150º FOV.
  • Audience, or Audience mode. In it, you can share the perspective that the pilot sees with a wider audience. It is possible to connect up to 8 additional points to the pilot’s view, so several people will be able to soar in the sky in this mode at once.

The new DJI FPV racing drone is also capable of running the DJI Fly app, which was first introduced in 2019 with the release of the Mavic Mini.

The second generation remote control has an updated design that is comfortable in terms of ergonomics. You can instantly access all the features you need, including Return to Home. By controlling the drone’s camera with the remote control, you can tilt it up and down within 90º. Also, using the scroll function, you can select one of the available flight modes. The remote has a button to stop the drone and activate the hover if you suddenly lose control of it. You can also lock the gimbal in an upward or downward angled position.

DJI FPV Racing Drone Review

Photo and video

The camera has a 12-megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor that provides a 150º viewing angle. The camera is mounted on a 1-axis gimbal and can capture photos and videos up to 4K/60p or 1080p/120p in 4x slow motion (120 Mbps). The camera uses RockSteady image stabilization and has an electronic roll axis.

Pilots can receive .JPG photos or .MP4 and .MOV videos even on the same flight. It is very convenient to switch shooting modes back and forth. Of course, the camera performance is inferior to what we see in other lines of DJI flight and filming drones, but it is clear that the new DJI FPV is unique in its racing performance and the effect of the presence of a pilot wearing goggles.

And don’t forget the benefits of RockSteady stabilization technology, which reduces film shake and minimizes the effect of a rolling shutter when shooting action scenes. An advanced distortion correction program can completely remove the not always appropriate fisheye effect that is found in FPV videos. The clips are saved in H.265 or H.264 format, which take up less space on the memory card, but at the same time retain the clarity and detail of the video material when compressed.

Flight behavior and obstacle avoidance

The new DJI FPV has four obstacle avoidance sensors – two in front and two below – with additional illumination, which will allow you to calibrate the drone’s maneuvers in poor light. The obstacle avoidance sensors work when you are flying the aircraft in N (“Normal”) mode. It is this mode that the manufacturer recommends for beginners and in general for everyone who launches a drone with an FPV function for the first time.

In N mode, your flight speed will also be limited to 50 km/h. During the entire flight time, the aircraft will stabilize and slow down if any obstacle is detected ahead or below.

The S sport mode disables obstacle detection sensors, which means that the pilot will get more enthusiastic emotions from controlling the drone. In this mode, the copter can reach speeds of up to 97 km/h and can perform some maneuvers, but at a certain angle. However, altitude and stabilization will be controlled during flight.

Those who can call themselves truly experienced pilots will most likely choose the M manual control mode. However, do not overestimate your strengths and definitely do not fly the drone in this mode as soon as you take it out of the box. Yes, the adrenaline rushes when you manually control all the stunts at high speed, but experienced pilots warn that loss of orientation in space can happen very quickly.

DJI, out of concern for flight safety and anticipating the risk of inadvertent activation of M mode by a novice, has taken a number of preventive measures. So, users can activate the manual flight mode by executing a few commands that will appear in the points menu. In addition, the developer has created the DJI Virtual Flight App, which is a free simulator that introduces novice pilots to basic flight movements. Once accustomed to flying in a simulator, the owner of the new DJI FPV will soon be able to move on to real flying.

Indeed, the new DJI FPV racing drone can be considered a real breakthrough in the development of not just unmanned technology, but also the possibility of human presence in flight.

DJI FPV.  Let's take flight

Discover a new world

DJI FPV will give you a completely new experience and allow you to race through the clouds at incredible speed. However, at the same time, you will not lose your control over the aircraft and make your old dream of flying come true. Piloting will be simple and convenient thanks to the capabilities of the new DJI platform.

  • Realistic feeling of flying
  • 4K/60 fps and ultra-wide viewing angle
  • HD signal transmission with low latency
  • New Mode S
  • Intuitive motion controller
  • Emergency braking and stopping

DJI FPV.  DJI FPV deserves your attention

DJI FPV deserves your attention

The DJI FPV copter features good aerodynamics and a peculiar grace. At the same time, it has powerful thrust, a long time in the air and a high level of resistance to wind. These qualities turn the novelty into something special. This is a unique combination of visual aesthetics and high efficiency.

But DJI FPV has other qualities worthy of your attention: the presence of LEDs with light settings in the front part and on the beams, which will provide the drone with even more uniqueness.

DJI FPV.  Total immersion and total control

Total immersion and total control

With the new DJI FPV V2 Goggles [1] and 150° ultra-wide field of view [2], we guarantee you the best experience and deepest emotions during your immersive flights. And you’ll get high-definition video with incredible clarity at up to 120 fps. And this will be the main factor in the smooth viewing of the flight from the first person in real time.

DJI FPV.  Complete immersion for beginners

One of the best drones for beginners

DJI FPV is a unique system that will be an amazing discovery for both experienced pilots and beginners. If experienced quad pilots get new sensations and come up with interesting discoveries, then for novice pilots, DJI FPV will be the best option for full immersion in piloting.

Mode S

Easily create action-packed FPV movies in S Mode. This mixed flight mode combines the freedom of manual flight with the simplified control of other DJI drones.

N mode

Immerse yourself in flight by flying a drone in a familiar format. Special safety features such as obstacle detection make the mode suitable for beginners[3].

M mode

Fly in M ​​mode for limitless flight control. Adjust the settings manually, enjoy your flight and create breathtaking videos.

DJI FPV.  Control with the DJI FPV motion controller

Control with the DJI FPV motion controller

Take flying to the next level with the new DJI motion controller. This compact device allows you to control the drone with the natural movement of your hands. It’s not just an innovation. It’s a completely new way to fly.

DJI FPV.  Benefits of emergency braking

Benefits of emergency braking

When the drone is controlled manually, even experienced pilots have a hard time. What can we say about newcomers! That’s why DJI has equipped its new drone with a dedicated button that you can press to quickly stop the drone at any moment and at any speed. The device will stop and begin to hover for a few seconds so that you can get your bearings.

DJI FPV.  Even more security

Even more security

The DJI FPV drone has become even more comfortable and safe to fly. It is equipped with an auxiliary light in the lower plane, smart return to base (RTH) and return to base due to low battery functions. In addition, it has an obstacle detection system in front and below. With these features, your DJI FPV will be safer in flight even at high speeds[3].

DJI FPV.  The highest quality of shooting

The highest quality of shooting

The shooting results will correspond to your feelings from the flight. The DJI FPV combines powerful propulsion with an incredible on-board camera with an ultra-wide field of view of up to 150°. You can also take advantage of 4x slow motion, familiar to many DJI fans, RockSteady stabilization and distortion correction, to create mind-blowing videos and impressive photos.

DJI FPV.  Amazing results

Amazing results

The DJI FPV camera can capture 4K/60fps video at up to 120Mbps. Thanks to this, you will be able to receive frames with high quality details and more. Video footage from the air will be just as impressive as the actual piloting process.

DJI FPV.  Rock Steady Stabilization

Rock Steady Stabilization

Many pilots want not only to capture great aerial views, but also to perform various tricks with their drone. Thanks to the well-proven RockSteady stabilization system, no amount of maneuvering of your aircraft can negatively affect the smoothness and stability of the video. By the way, the DJI FPV Camera supports H.264 and H.265 video formats to expand your creative possibilities and video editing[5].

DJI FPV.  Meet O3

Meet O3

The data transmission system in DJI FPV has become even more advanced thanks to the installation of the DJI O3 (OcuSync 3.0) system. The new system will provide clear real-time video, even if you are up to 10 km away from the drone. At the same time, the video transfer rate of DJI FPV is up to 50 Mbps[8]. This helps to reduce signal distortion due to compression and stuttering. And the presence of high sensitivity antennas guarantees the stability and reliability of video broadcasting. In this case, DJI FPV will automatically return to you if communication problems begin.

DJI Fly App

Smartphone Preview

Smartphone Preview

The DJI Fly app will show the live view of the goggles on your smartphone when connected via cable. [eleven]

Edit and Share

Edit and Share

With the DJI Fly app, you can play back footage, edit clips, and share them on social media with just a few taps.

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Popular places[12]

Look for popular shooting locations near you.

 

A few years ago, FPV goggles, if not revolutionized the drone technology market, then at least aroused great interest among the public. After the initial success, DJI has created even more advanced flight goggles specifically for drone racing (DJI Goggles Racing Edition in-depth review). Even more powerful and advanced in terms of transmitter capabilities and response to commands, racing flight goggles have become a hit among other similar devices.

However, DJI didn’t stop there. Now you can test the entire DJI FPV system, which is even better, more reliable and more functional than its predecessors. With the DJI Goggles RE version, the new model is brought together by the presence of a whole set of equipment that, in addition to the actual flight goggles, is necessary for full-fledged work: an air module, a camera, and a remote control. Of course, as with other DJI products, goggles can be purchased separately, but you’re unlikely to experience the full benefits of using this albeit excellent component alone.

Features of DJI Digital FPV System

If you control a racing drone, then this requires not only high speed characteristics and high power from the copter, but also quick response to commands and low signal latency during user interaction with the drone using the remote control and the same flight glasses. All these qualities are inherent in the new DJI digital FPV system. Due to the low signal delay (less than 28ms), pilots can receive high-definition camera images (DJV HDL FPV transmission).

8 channels, 8 drones

One of the “chips” of the new flight system is a more advanced data transmission technology. Due to the fact that the DJI FPV air module received 8 frequency channels for simultaneous data exchange with 8 aircraft. Now each pilot has their own communication channel, reducing the risk of mutual interference and improving the quality of control of racing quads. (FCC). Each channel operates in the 20 MHz band. Of the 8 default channels, one pilot can only use one of his channels. All channels operate at a frequency of 5.8 GHz.

Digital transmission is resistant to interference

DJI HDL FPV data transmission technology uses a two-way communication system to stabilize signal connections. This gives pilots more flexibility when flying in dangerous areas.

New Goggles FPV goggles are part of a digital flight system
New Goggles FPV Goggles Part of Digital Flight System

Smooth and high quality HD picture

DJI FPV Goggles support HD live streaming and recording at 720p/60fps and 720p/120fps. This high quality resolution is combined with a low signal latency of 28ms. This ensures a clear image and high performance.

Aerial footage in 1080p

With the DJI FPV Air Unit, you can capture amazing aerial photos and videos of amazing locations and record in 1080p/60fps.

Signal delay 7 ms

The transmission delay between the air unit and the DJI FPV controller can be even lower than 7ms. This is an important advantage for pilots who can direct flight teams faster and perform complex aerial maneuvers.

DJI FPV Digital System Camera and Air Unit
DJI FPV Digital System Camera and Air Unit

Integrated control up to 4 km

During the flight, the operator can control the DJI FPV air module from the remote control at a distance of up to 4 km. Pilots can fly farther with a stable strong signal. 4 km is the maximum distance. Specific settings vary by region and other circumstances.

4-in-1 closed loop control

The DJI FPV Controller is equipped with a closed loop software system to enable users to remotely adjust the parameters of DJI FPV GogglesDJI FPV Air Unit and DJI FPV Camera. This reduces the risk of operational errors and increases the level of stability.

Dynamic Capabilities

The DJI FPV camera is equipped with a 150° wide-angle lens that allows users to capture more frame within a frame. Pilots can also choose from three camera modes (Racing, Standard, LED) to overcome challenges in various flight scenarios, and adjust screen brightness and saturation for a vivid image.

A new product from DJI is not just a POV goggle or racing drone goggles. This is an ecosystem that will help you solve various tasks even more efficiently and get new experiences and experience the power and possibilities of drone technology from DJI on a completely different level.

Additional information

Specification: DJI FPV Combo

Package dimensions

‎32.7 x 26.8 x 19.4 centimetres

Package Weight

‎3.29 Kilograms

Item Weight

‎2.2 Kilograms

brand

DJI

Colour

‎Gray

Included components

‎Camera Body & Accessories

Model year

‎2021

Part number

‎CP.FP.00000006.01

Lens Design

‎Zoom

Style

‎DJI FPV Combo

Effective still resolution

‎12

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Price History

Price history for DJI FPV Combo - First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Camera, S Flight Mode, Super-Wide 150° FOV, HD Low-Latency Transmission, Emergency Brake and Hover, Gray
Latest updates:
  • $642.31 - February 18, 2024
  • $799.00 - December 20, 2023
Since: December 20, 2023
  • Highest Price: $799.00 - December 20, 2023
  • Lowest Price: $642.31 - February 18, 2024

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  1. Mark M.

    First Flight impressions from a long time Phantom and Mavic pilot of the FPV drone. I’ve been flying a Phantom since getting a Phantom 2 back in 2014. I’ve flown extreme environments on the open ocean and from over 10,000 feet at the caldron of a volcano. I’ve become quite comfortable with using those DJI drones. I’ve gained trust in the DJI flight software and capabilities of the drones. Because of that, I’ve been able to capture some beautiful moments in my travels that I could never have imagined without drone photography. I learned to fly manual on toy drones in the beginning, but, quickly adapted to DJI’s GPS technology. After 3 batteries today I find the FPV to be a familiar performing DJI drone, however, it demands respect.Extremely fast even in “Normal” mode, the FPV is very responsive compared to any Phantom or Mavic. Care should be taken, if like myself, you’ve never used Goggles and losing sight of the drone before takeoff is a little disconcerting. Your seeing everything through the Goggles that the drone see’s, a’la, First Person View. The Goggles transmission is so crystal clear it’s like your using your own eyes and suddenly your wondering why you can’t move your head to see the drone?In the air it shoots to 62 mph in “Sport” in a thought. No buildup or lag, it’s a Ferrari compared to Phantoms and Mavics. Be respectful of that acceleration and speed. I would recommend getting it a 100 feet or more above the tallest thing you might hit and fly it around. Bank it, dive and climb. The Goggles are so crystal clear you literally feel like a bird in the sky. It’s so good some banks and turns gave me a twinge of motion sickness. The illusion of flight is real!Flight time was about 12 minutes for me with each of 3 batteries. Of course, I was flying in “Sport” as fast as it would go untill the battery level got low. There is no 30% warning default like a Phantom or Mavic of low battery. Keep a close eye on your battery before the FPV goes RTH on you for low battery. Good news is that my 1st battery was fully charged in 30 minutes from 20% and ready to use after my third battery was used up.Goggles are very impressive! WoW! So clear and immersive. The Ocusync 3.0 is really good. No interference or latency at over 6000 feet from my position. Really impressive range in any direction. This drone is not a marathon runner like a Mavic Pro or Phantom 4 Pro 2.0, but, it’s not because it would lose connection. At all times the transmission of video from the drone to the Goggles was perfect! I saw a buzzard in the air riding the current and I got close, it seemed like it was really next to me. I’m blown away by these FPV Goggles!I also got to see the the ADS system in operation as it alerted me a aircraft was approaching. It’s frightening when you 1st see it in your Goggles! I stopped the drone, never saw the aircraft and kept the FPV low. I’m not sure how far away a aircraft has to be before it’s triggered but I never saw or heard a plane. The system definitely works, just don’t panic when it happens and put your FPV in “Normal” mode and keep your altitude low.I know that FPV drone flight is like a art form for FPV pilots. It takes hours and months of practice and flying to become competent and only a few can fly like Tom Cruise in Top Gun. However, that’s the trap you must avoid if like myself, you’ve only flown Phantoms and Mavics. The DJI FPV drone is familiar in alot of ways, just don’t start thinking it’s the same. It’s not. It’s very quick and fast with extremely responsive movement. I know I’m going to be using the DJI Fpv simulator for some time before I begin entertaining thoughts of putting my FPV in manual mode. And when I do, I’m hoping to fly above a field of marshmallows.Finally, my first day flying the DJI FPV drone was Epic! I haven’t felt this excited about a drone or as anxious about what would happen since the first time I flew my Phantom 2. It’s capabilities as a video centric camera is limited only by the pilots imagination and skill. Just remember the immortal words of the Instructor to Maverick in Top Gun, “Don’t let your Ego write checks that your A** can’t cash!” (and if you do, I hope you got Care Refresh)

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  2. Ben

    Calling it an FPV drone is a little misleading. It’s heavy, expensive, and fragile for an FPV drone with FPV control settings. With that being said, there are normal and sport modes (apart from manual control) that are much safer to use, and that combined with the incredible range and image fidelity makes this drone amazing for exploration and videography purposes. Documentation on repairability is a little sparse at the moment but it’s probably better to play it safe and get the $200 insurance package that DJI offers which comes with 2 replacements over a 1 year period.I’m seeing a few other reviews on here of people having technical difficulties with setting up the goggles or their iPhones, and I can verify that the software works with an iPhone 12 pro which is the phone that I am currently using. Setting up the software is a bit tricky and requires all the components to be charged and you have to connect to the goggles using the usb to usb c adapter provided. It does a signal conversion with the adapter itself.Additionally the goggles ask you for the language setting upon turning them on for the first time. DJI should probably do a better job with documenting the specific configuration steps, as I found the Quickstart guide to be confusing, which may have led to the some of the issues that people are seeing with the initial configuration.All in all, it’s a bit of an experience to setup this drone but it’s great for distance flying and exploration. If that’s your thing or you already have sport FPVs and want to get something for longer flights–and don’t mind the additional cost–this is a great pick.

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  3. Kiran R. Desilva

    I purchased this drone a couple of weeks ago. No issues with shipment. Great little drone for a beginner. I must emphasize that I am a complete beginner and so these are just my thoughts. It’s so easy to use I had my kids flying it within 30 minutes.Tips/recommendations1. Charge all your batteries prior to usage.2. Firmware updates for Drone and Batteries.Try to do this at home prior to going out and flying cause this could cost you time and battery power. I initially tried to update the firmware and the update kept crashing on me. I had to reboot my iphone a couple of times to get the firmware properly loaded on the drone. It took approximately an hour to download an update. I found the process to be extremely frustrating. Also the intelligent batteries that you purchase will require firmware updates. It only took a minute to do it.2. I’d recommend buying at least 2 more batteries. Flight time during cold temperatures (35 F and below) goes down to about 10 minutes flight time. Also once the batteries hit 30% it goes into RTH (Return To Home) Mode which I do not like. The drone will ascend and then you have to click on the Cancel option to cancel and fly back which is a little bit annoying. During warmer temperatures (75 F) flight time can go up to approximately 15 minutes. I wish they’d come up with a battery for this drone that would last about 30 minutes that would be awesome.3. TrainingDownload the DJI Virtual Flight app from the App store (Iphone). I thought the DJI Virtual Flight app was half way decent. It takes you through the motion of connecting the Goggles, Remote Controller and Iphone. You’ll need an Iphone “Lightning to USB” Cable to connect the goggles to the Iphone. Managed to connect it to an Iphone 12. I started my flight training in “Normal” mode and there were a couple of things I had to get use to. Namely the angles at which you’re flying at. Make sure you keep your head straight while flying otherwise your head will start spinning. I had to really focus on this while training. Train, train, train before you physically fly the drone.Once you’re ready to physically fly pick a big open space and just fly the drone without the goggles, just to get use your surroundings. I had my kids fly it this way prior to putting the goggles on.Do some flight pattern training flying in a rectangle, square, S, circle etc and you should be good to go.I wish the DJI Virtual Flight app had some more training tips like how to fly around obstacles and more flight challenges etc.4. Get a good case for storage. It becomes a bit of a pain to transport. I’ve been using a card board box.5. Get micro SD cards for the goggles and the drone.6. I also purchased DJI care refresh which cost about $212 with tax. So will see if I need it.7. Incoming Aircraft Sensor – This works great. There were times I did’n’t even see the aircraft and the sensor picked it up quite impressive.

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  4. gary j payne

    great drone for its price but, the helmet is very flimsey and the antennas that are connected to it are soldiered very badly as i found out when i dropped mine accidently and one of them popped off… i had to order a new set and at £40 a pop they are not cheap and shouldent be buying for something brand new!

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  5. gary j payne

    great drone for its price but, the helmet is very flimsey and the antennas that are connected to it are soldiered very badly as i found out when i dropped mine accidently and one of them popped off… i had to order a new set and at £40 a pop they are not cheap and shouldent be buying for something brand new!

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  6. bigholty

    It’s a brilliant bit of kit, dead easy to use having never flown a quadcopter before.
    The Goggle’s are comfy enough for the 5 batteries I have now bought to be used without having to rest my head, neck or eyes.
    With one battery it’s a waste of time TBH … With 5 barriers it’s great.. But I could double that.. But the cost 😮😮😮.
    It’s very robust , I’ve bounced off tree branches and had it land upside on the floor…broken one prop so far ..( I’ve used about 51 fully charged batteries so far ) I’ve lost it twice.. Thank God for the buzzer you can use to locate it..BUT GET A BATTERY STRAP tree bounced once and knocked the battery out , 2 hours to find it..no signal, no beeper , no lights… Thinking of excuses to tell the misses that I’ve lost my toy
    It’s very fast in sports mode.. Feels faster in the forest…. Trees come at you really quick.. Still not used full manual mode as tbh doing the flips etc is not what Im really wanting to do….yet
    Overall it’s been great fun using, so much so that 2 of my mates have bought the fpv and 4 extra batteries each….
    The range when your on your own is staggering ( in line of sight ) in the forest about 350 meters above 2 meters from the floor… Drop below that and it’s gets a bit sketchy…rth in a forest …nope not going to work… In open line off sight I flew 4500 meters away ( yes we have a big secure area to fly) I was more worried about the battery level more than dropping connection.. But it will tell you that you need to rth ( return to home) and had always landed with 15% battery left..I play safe, not silly
    On a long range flight all 3 flying together.. Chasing each other around the secure flying spot we use.. Things can get a bit worrying..I’ve lost connection a few times….Goggle’s off run towards the fpv away from my mates… Connection back all happy again..

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  7. Alphyn

    The product is just breathing, not to many things to complain about it except some limitations because of the software and it does feel brittle, expensive and hard to fix.Definitely not a beginner drone in the UK.It is heavy, 500gr over the minimum legal weight.You need a Flyer ID and Operator ID to use it in class A1 and A2, away from residential areas and people.A2 CofC Flyer ID is required to be able to use it in residential areas with limitations, atleast until 2023 when it will be moved entirely into class A3 since it is a Legacy drone. 😭Easy maintenance and ready to fly are a plus, atleast after the product registration and pairing.Read the legislation around drones in the UK before buying any type of drone that is not marked as a TOY by the manufacturer.From 2023 the drones will be marked from class C0 to C4 so it might be a good idea to wait until then.It is sad that no manufacturer is pointing out the fact that drones over 250gr and not necessarily are illegal to use in most areas without proper training and atleast a Flyer ID if there it is approved by an Operator.Another huge issue is the need of a spotter that has to be the eyes of the flyer when used with FPV goggles.If you want it for commercial use…😱🤣😂😵You need to get the GVC qualification and certificate and pay from £500 up to £4K extra.

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  8. JUT16

    This Drone is phenomenally good! The setup via the DJI Fly app and YouTube links are brilliant guides to get you started. The DJI Flight Simulation App is a brilliant training tool.
    The quality of the Drone, Controller and VR Headset is excellent.
    If you are UK based, don’t forget to do your Drone licence test with the CAA as this drone is over the 240g (toy) limit.

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  9. No Onions

    If batman had a drone it would be this one!!
    Very excited, just unboxed.
    First impressions it’s heavy. Good that you can charge everything up at once, so once that’s complete in an hour or so, will go through a couple of firmware updates and hopefully not fly it 87 MPH straight into a tree!
    Shame there is no carry case…

    Update after first flight.
    So it took 3.5 hours from unboxing to first flight due to firmware updates and battery charging. Also not helped by the fact the dji app would not activate the drone!
    Perhaps this is because it’s only just come out and the app on the play store is not yet fully up to date. So in order to get it activated you have to download the app APK from DJi China and use that!! Hopefully my passwords, account and phone are not all hacked by Chinese security services now. That seemed a bit dodgy but everything is working as it should do, and the drone activated – let’s hope it stays that way.
    I have previously owned a mini, and a Mavic air 2 so I’m ok with drones however this thing is completely different!
    The controller is more like a playstation controller and the goggles battery hangs down and you have to put it in your pocket which is a bit weird.
    Also there is no interaction with your phone, so to download the pictures and videos you have to plug it into your laptop. The goggles and drone both eat memory cards.
    You have to manually take off, and I still don’t know if it returns home when it looses signal!
    After 16 mins of flying it returned home with 24 percent battery, however you can’t control it when it returns , so I canceled the RTH and landed it myself which was much quicker.
    I didn’t get the DJI refresh as it costs a fortune and it’s for wimps! So I was slightly worried about straying too far on my first go incase it disappeared.
    So far it’s good, and the battery is charging up for another go! Get one and have a play if you can!! Hope to do loop the loops soon!

    Further update: now done 3 successful flights.
    What’s amazing is the drone battery recharges in about 30 mins so no need to buy more battery’s unlike the Mavic or normal drones which take hours.

    Also it seems like it’s been rushed to release, as there is little info. About it really on the app. A lot of things say coming soon. Also the virtual fly app to practice the manual mode does not exist yet! At least not on android anyway. I’m sure these things will come out eventually and will be good, and by then I hope I haven’t crashed it!!

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  10. bigholty

    It’s a brilliant bit of kit, dead easy to use having never flown a quadcopter before.The Goggle’s are comfy enough for the 5 batteries I have now bought to be used without having to rest my head, neck or eyes.With one battery it’s a waste of time TBH … With 5 barriers it’s great.. But I could double that.. But the cost 😮😮😮.It’s very robust , I’ve bounced off tree branches and had it land upside on the floor…broken one prop so far ..( I’ve used about 51 fully charged batteries so far ) I’ve lost it twice.. Thank God for the buzzer you can use to locate it..BUT GET A BATTERY STRAP tree bounced once and knocked the battery out , 2 hours to find it..no signal, no beeper , no lights… Thinking of excuses to tell the misses that I’ve lost my toyIt’s very fast in sports mode.. Feels faster in the forest…. Trees come at you really quick.. Still not used full manual mode as tbh doing the flips etc is not what Im really wanting to do….yetOverall it’s been great fun using, so much so that 2 of my mates have bought the fpv and 4 extra batteries each….The range when your on your own is staggering ( in line of sight ) in the forest about 350 meters above 2 meters from the floor… Drop below that and it’s gets a bit sketchy…rth in a forest …nope not going to work… In open line off sight I flew 4500 meters away ( yes we have a big secure area to fly) I was more worried about the battery level more than dropping connection.. But it will tell you that you need to rth ( return to home) and had always landed with 15% battery left..I play safe, not sillyOn a long range flight all 3 flying together.. Chasing each other around the secure flying spot we use.. Things can get a bit worrying..I’ve lost connection a few times….Goggle’s off run towards the fpv away from my mates… Connection back all happy again..

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  11. Alphyn

    The product is just breathing, not to many things to complain about it except some limitations because of the software and it does feel brittle, expensive and hard to fix.

    Definitely not a beginner drone in the UK.
    It is heavy, 500gr over the minimum legal weight.
    You need a Flyer ID and Operator ID to use it in class A1 and A2, away from residential areas and people.
    A2 CofC Flyer ID is required to be able to use it in residential areas with limitations, atleast until 2023 when it will be moved entirely into class A3 since it is a Legacy drone. 😭

    Easy maintenance and ready to fly are a plus, atleast after the product registration and pairing.

    Read the legislation around drones in the UK before buying any type of drone that is not marked as a TOY by the manufacturer.

    From 2023 the drones will be marked from class C0 to C4 so it might be a good idea to wait until then.

    It is sad that no manufacturer is pointing out the fact that drones over 250gr and not necessarily are illegal to use in most areas without proper training and atleast a Flyer ID if there it is approved by an Operator.

    Another huge issue is the need of a spotter that has to be the eyes of the flyer when used with FPV goggles.

    If you want it for commercial use…😱🤣😂😵
    You need to get the GVC qualification and certificate and pay from £500 up to £4K extra.

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