DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3

Ever want to experience flights like Tony Stark? Well, you actually can with an FPV drone like the new DJI Avata 2. That’s right. DJI’s FPV has returned with its third FPV drone. The new DJI Avata aims to enhance the FPV drone flying experience with significant upgrades in safety, performance, and immersion. Through DJI RC Motion 3, you can experience enhanced control while the new DJI Goggles 3 allows for a fully immersive FPV experience.

DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3

The new DJI Goggles 3 features adjustable diopters, and two micro-OLED screens that support the 10-bit enhanced display with an up to 100 Hz refresh rate with ultra-low-latency transmission. It further features binocular cameras that capture the surrounding environment that can be superimposed with the live feed from the drone for improved situational awareness. Finally, the goggles also benefit from Real View PiP (Picture-In-Picture) technology.

With RC Motion 3, you can flip, drift, and roll, pulling off difficult aeria aerobatics even if you are new to the game. As you are doing the aerial stunts, you can capture the video simply by pushing on the RC Motion 3 joystick.

Speaking of imaging, it is enabled by a 1/1.3-inch CMOS Super-Wide-Angle 12 MP camera supporting 4K/60fps and 2.7K/120fps slow-motion video, and bolstered by two DJI flagship stabilization technologies to ensure sharp and stable video even under high-pressure aerial maneuvers.

The aircraft has 46 GB onboard storage good for about 90 minutes of 1080p/60fps video. Back on the ground, Wi-Fi allows for fast file transfer to smartphones for post-editing and sharing.

DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3

Meanwhile, over in the safety department, it features integrated propeller guards that are lighter, one press of a button on the RC Motion 3 to bring the drone to a halt, automatic Return to Home (RTH) in case of low battery or signal loss, new binocular fisheye sensors for enhanced flight stability and safety for low altitude or indoor flights. In addition, it has a Turtle mode that can flip the drone back into takeoff position when it lands on its back.

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The successor of the Avata now boasts an increased flight time of 23 minutes and supports PD fast charging, so you can get back up in the sky as soon as possible. Interestingly, there is a new Two-Way Charging Hub that features a power accumulation function, allowing the transfer of remaining power from multiple batteries to the one with the highest charge level. That’s a feature unheard of in the industry.

The new Avata further boasts a new O4 video transmission that offers a range of up to 13 km (about 8 miles), with ultra-low latency of just 24 ms, delivering 1080p video at 100 fps in crisp high definition and a max transmission bitrate of 60 Mbps. Designed with dual transmitters and four receivers across four antennas, it provides robust anti-interference capabilities, allowing pilots to concentrate fully on flying without any distractions.

If anyone’s down, the new DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone is available now. It is offered as a bundle starting at US$999. However, you may also buy the drone only for US$489 if you do not want the new Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3.

DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3
DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3
DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3
DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone, Goggles 3 and RC Motion 3

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