This article is an in-depth look at the current consumer drones that DJI has to offer. DJI drones are indisputably the top choice when it comes to aerial cinematography. DJI is the largest drone company and they make solid products that are packed with features to make your flying experience as easy as possible.
Flying FPV with the awesome HD video feed from your DJI Digital FPV System is great, but you can improve experience even further with some accessories! Here are a few upgrades you might want to get for your DJI FPV Goggles and Air Units.
I will show you how to setup and use the DJI FPV system for the first time. This tutorial will cover product activation, installation, wiring, pairing between FPV goggles, Air Unit and Remote controller, and finally the basic operations.
Updating firmware for the DJI FPV system cannot be easier, in case you haven’t read the manual you should find this tutorial useful :) The steps are exactly the same for the DJI FPV Goggles, Air Unit and Remote Controller.
Here is a hack to enable 1200mW on your DJI FPV Goggles and Air Unit Output Power. However, please make sure you follow your local regulations regarding radio transmission power and frequency.
In CE mode, the maximum output is limited to 25mW, and there are only 4 channels available, while in FCC mode those numbers are increased to 700mW and 8 channels. I will show you how to switch to FCC mode in this tutorial.
The DJI Digital FPV System consists of: Air Unit, FPV Goggles and the optional DJI radio controller. I will skip all the specs and basic stuff which you can look up on the manual, and get straight into the user experience side of things.
We complained about how big the DJI Air Unit is, and they listened! The new Caddx Vista VTX is a much smaller Air Unit for the DJI Digital FPV system, making it easier to install, and compatible with even smaller drones.
The DJI Mavic Pro is one of the most hyped products on the market just now, with many of the groups, blogs, and enthusiasts talking about how much they’d like one. It seems that DJI have really hit a sweet spot with the Mavic Pro, as many DJI haters and racing drone fanatics are even tempted to buy one, as well as new entrants to the hobby.