DJI’s first-ever FPV (first-person-view) drone hasn’t been much of a trick for months– however an unboxing video now flaunts the brand-new quadcopter, controller and FPV safety glasses from almost every angle (via OsitaLV).
While the popular “NOT FOR SALE” and “SCREEN DEMONSTRATION” sticker labels on package and controller recommend that some information may alter prior to a reported March launch, we can plainly see a set of front- and downward-facing cams that are most likely challenge avoidance sensing units, in addition to the big primary electronic camera installed high in the drone’s shell.
The battery is a high rectangle-shaped brick that plugs right into the back, and it looks like the package features both a battery charger and a portable power bank of some sort– though it’s uncertain which gadget plugs into that.
The brand-new controller style looks more gamepad-inspired than ever previously, with specific toned grips for each hand and activates around back, however likewise DJI’s now-familiar removable joysticks that slot inside each deal with. Our video host likewise states the brand-new V2 safety glasses feel lighter than the ones DJI initially presented in 2019, even if the style looks rather comparable.
Regrettably, there’s no video of a real flight rather yet, and I would not anticipate the group that shot this video (Rule Drones) to offer one anytime quickly: there’s no trace of the video on the business’s YouTube channel, and this copy concerns us through SpiderMonkeyFPV rather. Appears like somebody might have gotten in problem.
If you long for some DJI drone video today, however, and do not care whether it’s FPV … might I recommend my associate Vjeran’s video evaluation of the DJI Mini 2? It’s quite sweet: