DJI Digital FPV Fly More Combo - Reimagine Your FPV World
The Digital FPV Fly More Combo from DJI is designed as an all-in-one solution to provide first-person video for drone racing, aerial cinematography, and more. Usable on aerial drones and other RC vehicles, it includes FPV goggles, an Air Unit Module with HD camera, and a remote controller. The system is engineered to deliver 720p120 HD FPV footage at a low, 28ms latency from up to 2.5 miles away. Coming pre-programmed to work out of the box, this system saves pilots from the hassle of purchasing separate components, and the work of getting them to function together.
To ensure a stable, high-quality, and immersive FPV signal, the goggles are outfitted with four omnidirectional antennas, while the air unit module has two antennas that each can transmit and receive signals. Additionally, you can select from eight different frequency channels. This not only helps prevent interference but allows for up to eight drones to stream simultaneously.
Aerial footage can be captured as well as streamed in HD. The air unit and goggles can record footage to optional microSD cards. The goggles can record in HD at 720p60, and the air unit can capture footage at Full HD 1080p60. Recorded footage can instantly be viewed within the FPV goggles.
Are the DJI FPV Goggles compatible with other DJI drones?
Is the DJI FPV Air Unit compatible with third-party cameras?
Is the DJI FPV System compatible with remote controllers of other brands?
Yes, but an additional receiver is required when using the DJI FPV System with other remote controllers. This is something that is not needed when using the DJI FPV Remote Controller.
What ports do the DJI FPV Remote Controller have?
The DJI FPV Remote Controller has a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio interface. To use simulators, you must connect a dongle to the Remote Controller via the 3.5mm audio interface, then connect the dongle to your computer.
Is the DJI FPV Digital System compatible with DJI A3 or N3 flight controller?
Can I manually switch between Mode 1 and Mode 2 on my DJI FPV Remote Controller?
Yes. However, it is not recommended. By detaching the remote controller and manually switching between Mode 1 and Mode 2, you will not be covered by our official warranty if the remote controller were to break.
We offer two flight modes for you to choose from when purchasing the DJI FPV Remote Controller, Mode 1 and Mode 2. Be sure to consider both modes carefully before making your purchase.
What is the difference between Mode (1) and Mode (2) controllers?
Mode 1: Under Mode 1, the right stick controls aileron (roll) and throttle. While the rudder (yaw) and elevator are controlled by left stick.
Mode 2: Under Mode 2, the right stick controls the ailerons and elevator (pitch). The left stick controls the rudder and throttle.