FPV Drone Frames for DJI Air Unit / DJI FPV System

Here are all the popular 5″ freestyle frames that are designed specifically for the DJI Air Unit, some also offer 3″, 6″ and 7″ options. These frames come with 3D printed parts for installing the Air Unit and antennas easily and securely.

Some of these frames might have “props in view” (you can see the propellers in your video feed because of the shorter frame body), but these frames are usually lighter as it uses less material.

The way that Air Unit antennas are mounted would affect your maximum range. Depending on what the frame is designed for, there are two common orientations, “horizontal V” and “vertical V”. Horizontal V is better for range, while vertical V might be more durable against crashes.

It’s best to get a frame with TPU mounts for both antennas and the Air Unit, the soft material is more durable and provides excellent protection in a crash. Avoid frames with poorly designed and unreliable mounting solutions, such as using double sided foam tape and zip ties.

New to the DJI FPV system? I can show you how to set it up for the first time.

Newbeedrone Vivid 5″

NewBeeDrone VIM 3″

NewBeeDrone Whirligig 3”

GepRC Mark4 HD5

Rotor Riot HD1 (5″)

iFlight DC5 HD 5″

iFlight Cidora SL5 HD 5″

iFlight Titan DC5 HD 5″

iFlight DC3 (3″)

iFlight Titan FH5

TransTEC Laser HD 5″

TransTEC Freedom HD 5″

Flywoo Mr. Croc HD (5″, 6″, 7″)

Flywoo Vampire 2 5″

Armattan Marmotte DJI Edition (5″)

Armattan Badger DJI Edition (5″, 6″)

FlightClub VannyStyle (5″)

ImpulseRC Apex HD (5″)

Catalyst Banggod

Edit History

  • Mar 2020 – post created
  • Jul 2020 – added a few more new frames

2 thoughts on “FPV Drone Frames for DJI Air Unit / DJI FPV System

  1. Scott Krosser

    cant you just mount battery slightly forward or back to get perfect CoG again? battery is the heaviest part of drone ? Is it worth it to cram the build together , always tough to go back and fix or upgrade parts in very tight build.

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  2. bopiloot

    Many more frames will fit the DJI system. I found that a lot of the “new” DJI frames just slapped on some extra space at the back, completely ignoring the center of gravity.
    I found that with the new electronics that are available a lot can be done to allow for the DJI AU. In my opinion a better choice to upgrade your stack if necessary than to get a bulky frame instead keep a compact and agile copter.
    I personally made it my mission to provide anybody who wants an alternative, than to be forced to buy a new frame.
    You can check my designs on Cults3d.com
    Featuring : Armattan Rooster, Armattan Chameleon, Hyperlite Floss 2.
    coming: Transtec Freedom v2, Floss 1, ImpulseRC Alien, upgrade for kopis 2 and banggod.

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