DJI RC Pro Now Works With The DJI Air 2S!
Finally, DJI has published a firmware that enables the DJI RC Pro, the company's newest smart controller, to work with the DJI Air 2S. The RC Pro was originally created to work with the DJI Mavic 3 & Mavic 3 Cine in November 2021, but for how good the controller is it is only right for consumers to want the RC Pro to work with their Air 2S. It has increased storage, Ocusync 3.0 transmission technology and has upgraded DJI FPV sticks for better flying feel.
On January 24th the firmware was released (v03.01.0500) This firmware update has also added some improvements to how the RC Pro operates such as added support for clean HDMI footage for output, fixed minor bugs, added support to cache video and downloading original video to an external SD card.
Benefits of Using The DJI RC Pro Controller
The DJI RC Pro Controller features a big 5.5-inch built-in display that is long-lasting and has high brightness. The display in the RC Pro is 1080p meaning that you will be able to see a lot of detail. Another benefit of using the RC pro controller is that it has O3+ Video Transmission meaning that it has a 15km transmission range for transferring video that helps you see further. As well as these the RC pro is equipped with the latest-generation processor, offering stronger performance and low power consumption. This results in 4x improved CPU performance, 7x improved GPU performance and 20% less power consumption over its predecessor.
The DJI RC Pro is a beautiful bit of kit and is definitely worth investing in if you are tired of barely being able to view your screen because of the sunlight. There is nothing worse than when you are trying to take a drone shot and you are struggling to see. Sometimes you can take the shot without seeing the screen properly and once you play it back you can be disappointed. The brand new DJI RC Pro has a 1000nits brightness screen, this is just one of the benefits of the RC Pro.
Another benefit of the DJI RC Pro is that it eliminates the problem of having incoming calls distract you whilst you fly. It can be so annoying when you are trying to fly and you receive an incoming call. This can make your phone ring, vibrate and notifications can also get in the way making it quite hard to fly! Another point is that you could, in a very unlikely circumstance, have to phone the emergency services… Using your main way of communication (Your phone) as a way of operating your drone can also be impractical in situations like this whether they be unlikely or not.