DJI has launched the FPV, a hybrid drone that integrates the first person point of view, speed and agility of racing drones with the ease of use and integrated camera functionality of consumer drones.
The DJI FPV includes high efficiency motors that can take it from a standstill to 100kph in just 2 seconds while reaching a max speed of 140kph. The drone consists of three flight modes; the Normal mode, which is designed for amateur pilots and allows the drone to hover in location and have challenge detection. The Manual mode takes the training wheels off and gives full control over the flight, with all sensors and hovering disabled. Lastly, a Sports mode keeps some of the security features of the Normal mode and manual control of the Manual mode.
Furthermore, you can connect as much as eight goggles so more people can share the pilots view.
The DJI FPV is priced at $1299 and consists of the remote controller 2, FPV Goggles V2, cables, and one battery. DJI will also use a standalone movement controller, which enables the pilot to control the drone with hand motions, and it is priced at $199. You can also get the DJI FPV Fly More Kit, which consists of two additional batteries and a charging hub for $299.
The essential component of the DJI FPV are the DJI FPV Goggles V2. The drone can send out video at up to 10km, with auto-switching double frequencies, 50Mbps bitrate, and anti-interference technologies.
The DJI FPV has a 4K/60p 120Mbps cam mounted on a gimbal. The video camera also uses DJIs RockSteady digital image stabilization.
The drone includes three flight modes; the Normal mode, which is developed for novice pilots and permits the drone to hover in place and have obstacle detection. A Return to Home feature allows the drone to fly back to its house point either by hand or if it loses connection. The drone can send out footage at up to 10km, with auto-switching double frequencies, 50Mbps bitrate, and anti-interference innovations. DJI will likewise use a standalone movement controller, which enables the pilot to manage the drone with hand movements, and it is priced at $199.
No matter the mode you remain in, the DJI FPV consists of an Emergency Brake and Hover function, which can be engaged at any time, in any mode with the press of a button. A Return to Home feature enables the drone to fly back to its home point either by hand or if it loses connection. An ADB-S receiver will likewise caution pilots of any aircrafts or helicopters in the area.