The DJI Goggles Integra, released earlier this year, now also works with the DJI Mavic 3 photography copter.
DJI’s Goggles Integra Flying Glasses bring the illusion of flying to flying photocopters. The flight goggles that previously only fit DJI Avata copters now work with these copter models as well, thanks to a new software update: DJI Mavic 3 Pro, DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine, DJI Mavic 3, DJI Mavic 3 Cine, DJI Mavic 3 Classic and DJI Mini 3 Pro. Use of the flight goggles requires controlling the shooting copter with a DJI RC Motion 2 motion controller.
FPV flying glasses turn flying a helicopter into a personal flying experience, as the glasses give the pilot a view as if he were in the helicopter himself. In this way, the control becomes more precise than before and the helicopter can be flown to places where it would not be possible to go further.
In glasses, the headband and the battery are combined into a single whole. The battery offers up to two hours of usage on a single charge. The image is displayed through a Micro-OLED display with a brightness of up to 700 nits. Data transfer between the glasses copter and flight glasses takes place with DJI O3+ technology, which allows for 1080p video resolution with an update rate of 100Hz and a delay of only 30 milliseconds.
The DJI RC Motion 2 Motion Controller is a one-handed motion controller that allows the copter to steer based on natural hand movements. The joystick trigger has been updated to function as a reverse switch as well. With the new thumb-controlled Fn roller control, the user can quickly adjust the camera’s ISO sensitivity, shutter settings, and other parameters without touching the controls on the glasses.
The DJI Goggles Integra flight glasses and the DJI RC Motion 2 motion controller are on sale at consumer prices of 679 and 189 euros.
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