DJI boosted that experience by revealing a new low-latency solution with first person drone, if your concept of fun is strapping on a set of goggles and flying a drone. New equipment from DJI will equip you with whatever you require to end up being the very best first-person drone racer that’s ever beautified the Earth– you’ll be the Anakin Skywalker of First Person drone racers.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
The DJI Digital FPV Ecosystem kit is nicely packed into an easy setup including FPV goggles, an FPV air system transmission module, an FPV remote controller and an FPV video camera, and it’s all prepared to go out of the box.
The transmission system that you connect to your drone of choice, a camera that likewise connects to the transmitter system and the drone body and an FPV controller. Together, they provide “low latency HD video transmission signal,” according to DJI, with an overall end-to-end latency of only 28 milliseconds, as per the specifications, and the capability to transfer 720p video at 120fps with that low-lag transmission. The air unit can record the live feed as 1080p in 60fps or 720p on 120 fps video onto a microSD card.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
The electronic camera uses three modes– standard, racing and LED (for low light). If that isn’t enough to impress you, then the FPV goggles have a range of 4km (2.5miles) and the system works around eight frequencies. Means it can transmit to eight 5.8Hz frequency channels, allowing eight drones can fly concurrently on one system.
DJI will be selling these kits in 2 bundles, consisting of a “Fly More Combo” that retails for $929 and an “Experience Combo” that will be $819, with the primary distinction between the packages is that you get the remote controller in the kit with the “‘Fly More” variation.