The unveiling of the DJI Goggles Racing Edition this week has changed the landscape of FPV Racing. Simply put, FPV drone racing will never be the same again, and that is a very good thing. Out of the box these goggles scream for attention, featuring a sleek black matte finish coupled with high-quality red leather. Under the hood is where these goggles truly shine, with 1280×960 HD resolution, 7km (4.3 miles) of range, and an extremely wide 148° camera field of view. Fans of DJI will be happy to know that the DJI Goggles RE are compatible with all DJI drones, including the DJI Mavic Pro, Spark, Phantom 4 series, and Inspire 2. Plus, they are currently available at Drone World and FPV pilots can also find the original DJI Goggles for a discounted price here.
“Not only do the DJI Goggles RE come with many great features, but they also already match our Drone World colors! The wide field of view, high resolution video transmission, and low latency coalesce to create a formidable pair of FPV goggles that arrive just in time for the holiday season,” said Chris Brunasso, Vice President of Drone World. He continued, saying, “Since these racing edition goggles have debuted, many have been asking what the differences are, which is why we’ve addressed that question in our DJI FPV Goggle vs RE Comparison.”
FPV pilots will appreciate all of the facets of these goggles geared towards optimum racing conditions: 1)12 transmission channels to avoid interference while racing, 2) an OccuSync module that automatically switches between the 2.4 and 5.8 GHz channels to maintain unobstructed transmission, and 3) both analog and digital transmission, thanks to the SMA port. To learn more about the DJI Goggles RE, be sure to check out both the DJI Goggles RE FAQ and DJI Goggles RE Specs pages.
Drone fans can also win their very own Mavic Pro Platinum MaXX Mod through Drone World’s Giveaway by visiting Drone World’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/DroneWorldTeam. The giveaway lasts through December 20th, and all are encouraged to enter by signing up and liking the Drone World Facebook page.
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