The new DJI Goggles for use with Mavic Pro have been selling by the thousands online and conventionally. Thousands of new users are trying the DJI Goggles with rave reviews. The company has taken a revolutionary step towards VR (virtual reality) viewing with these.

Our expert’s impression of the DJI Goggles

According to our expert test pilot who loves freestyle racing, a crystal clear first person view (FPV) is a dire need in drone racing or freestyle piloting. The DJI Goggles don’t disappoint in this aspect.


Dual synchronized screens

The DJI Goggles have dual high-resolution (1920 x 1080) screens that are a leap ahead of the Oculus Rift. This provides crystal-clear visuals and excellent colors as well.


In-flight menu

The goggles also integrate an interactive touchpad on the side which is capacitive. This allows you to view the vital data, such as settings and flight information, along with the HD quality video feed from the drone camera. You can tweak and adjust all settings even when the drone is in the air. The touchpad allows you to change the camera settings, such as white balance, camera exposure, etc without the need to look at the remote controller.


Better video feed quality

The advanced OccuSync data transmission technology from DJI Mavic Pro allows faster transfer of signals between your DJI Mavic and DJI Goggles. When you shoot in 4k quality, the goggles allow you to view the video feed at a low latency of 1080p at 30 fps, 720p videos at 60 fps or 720p videos at 30 fps.


Advanced Head Tracking

The Goggles use the advanced Head Tracking feature to move the drone camera according to head movement. This provides the best outdoor drone racing experience.


Overall, our expert drone fliers have given the DJI Goggles some of the highest ratings ever given for an FPV device, especially for drone cameras.

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