DJI is known for making high-quality consumer electronics products, and their First Person drones are no exception. These drones are designed to provide an immersive experience that will keep you engaged in the action.
What makes flying in the first person so amazing?
FPV actually lets you become your drone and see exactly what the drone is seeing through a headset. First Person View allows you to immerse yourself in the flight experience and become one with the drone.
DJI’s First person drones allow you to rediscover your surroundings in a completely new revolutionary way. As you can see what the drone sees you can go for more adventurous shots with the drone which will create amazing footage.
What do you need when you fly in first person?
When flying in the first person you always need a spotter to maintain a visual line of sight of the drone as per the CAA’s rule. As your wear Googles when flying you can’t maintain a line of sight personally so you need to have someone with you when operating your FPV Drone.
DJI First Person View Drones
In January 2021, DJI introduced the FPV, the company's first first-person view drone. The DJI FPV Goggles 2, which are used to power this drone, provide an incredible picture of what the aircraft is seeing. The DJI FPV, which has a 162-degree field of view and supports 4K/60 frames per second video, is a reflection of DJI's longstanding leadership in drone technology.
Despite being DJI's first FPV drone, the DJI FPV is still a fantastic drone and a lot of fun to capture exhilarating footage with.
Since the DJI Avata is considerably smaller than the DJI Avata, it can fit in much smaller spaces and produce imagery that is more immersive. Due to the 1/1.7inch sensor, the DJI Avata's sensor can record greater detail than the DJI FPV. 4K/60fps footage can be captured by both drones.
Since the DJI Avata has RockSteady, you won't need to edit the footage once you remove it from the drone because it smooths out the majority of the camera shakes. Additionally, it has a feature called Horizon Steady that locks the horizon in your videos.
What are the differences?
When flown with an FPV Remote Controller 2 in Manual mode, the DJI FPV can fly by at 87 mph, and the Avata can achieve 60 mph. However, although being significantly faster than a standard drone, both are slower in the more user-friendly Sport and Normal settings. Most individuals may see flying in standard mode as being fast if there is not much room. The FPV holds the DJI crown, even with assisted flight capabilities activated, at 34mph in Normal and 60mph in Sport mode, while the Avata can reach 17mph in Normal and 31mph in Sport mode.