The famous drone manufacturer recently presented a lightweight and modern FPV system that will make it easier to control drone movements while providing its user with a high-resolution display.
FPV systems offer first-person control functionalities for pilots, but existing models are all lacking in picture quality or too heavy for the drone to carry. This type of control system is poorly suited for quadcopter racing.
Major drone manufacturer DJI has decided to solve this problem. The company has built their own FPV system consisting of a helmet, a remote control and a 50 gram module with a camera that can be attached to the drone.
The device transmits a 720p resolution image with a speed of 120 frames per second and latency of 28 milliseconds to the pilot and offers total control over the drone. The modular camera films footage in 1080/60p.
The system is already available for purchase in the United States, with the full set starting at $929, or $819 without the controller.
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