DJI recently dropped the new DJI Avata, the company’s first cinewhoop-style drone designed for capturing crisp, high-def, and stable video. Unlike the Mavic’s or Mini’s folding arms, the DJI Avata comes with a full propeller guard. Instead of a three-axis gimbal and collision avoidance sensors, operators get a first-person view of where it’s going with 3D goggles for an immersive flight experience. DJI says combining the DJI Avata with the goggles and motion controller offers unrivaled safety and control. Not only that, but this drone is also lightweight and portable, weighing in at around 410 g, and it’s nimble in tight spaces. It also has a built-in propeller guard, so if it comes into contact with an object, it stays in the air.
Additionally, the DJI Avata provides super-smooth 4K/60fps video with the 155° FOV, and it keeps the footage stable with RockSteady and HorizonSteady controls. DJI says the DJI Goggles 2 are smaller and lighter. They provide Micro-OLED screens for outstanding clarity, and the drone supports DJI FPV Goggles V2. The DJI Motion Controller is intuitive, with easy-to-use controls. DJI says they work to give creators the tools to bring their ideas to life. The company has an unparalleled commitment to research and development, a culture of innovation, and a focus on transforming complex technology into user-friendly devices.
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