After the awesome upgrade version of DJI Mavic Mini DJI ready for their first-ever FPV packed drone where you don’t have to do anything rather than flying directly which is awesome and we can’t wait to try out how It works in real-world environments.
DJI Enterprise has already announced the event for December 15 at 8am EST / 1pm GMT (or 5am AEST on December 16 in Australia), and the timing would suggest it could be for the heavily-rumored DJI FPV drone. Without any specific specs list or no idea of its price, It’s really difficult to judge what we’re looking at, but the three-blade propellers and minimalist controller are all a departure from the company’s many previous drones.
A DJI Enterprise Tweet on Twitter
The image came from the DJI Enterprise Twitter account and there not so much information over there but you can guess for yourself after watching this tweet.
For one thing, the Tweet came from DJI’s Enterprise division. It defines more high-end level drones just like the other drones that DJI already has included with the First Responders, law enforcement, etc.
Another leak of the DJI FPV drone
This is another tweet from the@OsitaV account and here is also no surprise, from the Twitter account of @OsitaV this person (and we don’t know the gender or anything else about @OsitaLV), got their hands on the best photo yet. It shows the real look and design of the Upcoming DJI FPV drone.
What is an FPV drone?
If you watch travel videos then you should probably know the Johnny FPV and Sam Kolder who use this kind of drone in their videos a lot. FPV basically stands for First Person View – this is because in FPV racing the pilot wears digital goggles that give them the feeling that they’re soaring through the air like an eagle high on energy drinks.
You can see the effect in DJI’s video for its existing Digital FPV system below. The combination of the drone’s speed and agility, coupled with a high-quality camera and impressive piloting skills, create a unique, visceral experience – and that’s even without the headset to boost the immersion levels.
FPV drones are generally associated with drone racing, a sport that’s been growing for around a decade. It sees pilots attempt to fly their drone around a course as quickly as possible, with the First Person View aspect enabling them to see from the drone’s ‘cockpit’ and speed around like a real-life game of WipEout.
Confirmed Specification List below :
What we know so far about the DJI FPV Drone:
- 4k60fps camera for great image quality
- 6 cell lithium battery support
- 21 minute flight time
- 22.2 Volt / 2000 mAh battery
- GPS Return-to-Home feature
- High-def low latency image transmission
- Two-axis gimbal capability for smooth footage
- 150km/h top speed