DJI Goggles Integra and Motion 2 -- New DJI Avata Kits
The premiere of the first FPV drone from DJI, which is a cinewhoop - a small, highly agile, impact-resistant drone - took place just a few months ago. Now the manufacturer is back with refurbished DJI Avata kits, which have a new goggle and motion control controller in them. What exactly has DJI changed in these new devices? We will explain everything below :)
DJI Goggles Integra - improvements
Name - very apt, refers to the new integrated googles design. Previously, in order for the google to have power, you had to hook up the battery on the cable and tuck it into your hood, pocket, wherever there was room. Generally speaking, it was not the most convenient, and many fpv lovers pointed this out.
Now the battery sits in a special basket, located on the back of the. This enhancement provides a more convenient and seamless FPV experience. Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery can be charged via USB-C and provides two hours of battery life.
DJI Goggles Integra are equipped with built-in GPS, eliminating the need to connect to a smartphone while flying the drone. This enhancement not only simplifies the setup process, but also eliminates the need to enable the remote ID function on the smartphone.
If you want a friend who is standing next to you to see live the same as you in goggles - nothing simpler. You connect the goggle to the DJI Fly app and you're done.
DJI Goggles Integra vs DJI Goggles 2
In addition to the improvements we write about above, Integra has the same impressive 1080p micro-OLED screens as the DJI Goggles 2 offering refresh rates of up to 100 Hz and HD viewing. Because the new Integra goggles are less expensive, they lack some of the key features found in the Goggle 2.
First of all, the Integra Goggles do not have dioptric adjustment (focus adjustment), as the Goggle 2. Instead, they are equipped with interchangeable lenses, making the use of the new goggles less beneficial for pilots with impaired vision. However, DJI does not forget about these users as well - the new goggles come with interchangeable lenses from -8.0 to +2.0 diopters.
Another difference is the smaller field of view (FOV) on the Goggles Integra, which is 44° compared to 51° on the Goggles 2. It is known that the wider the field of view, the better and more realistic the flight experience.
Settings are configured using a joystick, whereas in Goggles 2 we had a touch panel. Both solutions have their supporters - some like the stick, which will respond precisely to commands, and supporters of the trackpad fizzle.
The final small change worth mentioning is that DJI has removed the speakers from the Integra, so you won't hear the epic launch sound.
New Motion Controller 2
DJI RC Motion 2 is an improved joystick for controlling a drone with motion. It allows you to easily navigate, maneuver and explore the sky in a completely unique way. Here's a list of things that have changed compared to previous model:
|The rear trigger allows you to move forward AND backward - thanks to the gas pedal, the new dJI RC Motion 2 trigger works both ways|
|Richer dynamic movement and greater precision - performing maneuvers more confidently|
|Quick customization iSO sensitivity, shutter speed and other camera parameters, thanks to the function dial-without having to interact with the goggles, whereas previously you had to stop the flight to change these functions|
New Avata sets
Both the new Integra and Motion 2 goggles can be purchased in Poland in a kit with the Avata drone. Products separately can be purchased through the official DJI website. Soon the Integra goggles themselves as well as the Motion 2 will also be available for purchase in Poland.
|DJI Avata Explorer Combo|
Includes DJI Goggles Integra and DJI RC Motion 2, making it an economical choice for an immersive flight experience.
|DJI Avata Pro-View Combo|
Includes DJI Goggles 2 and DJI RC Motion 2, dedicated to users with vision impairment.
Motion 2 controller is all-new functionality - provides greater accuracy and more dynamic movement options. Well, and the fact that you can fly backwards - dear DJI - thank you for listening to the requests of users! The new goggles will also find their supporters, due to their convenience of use and good price. In our opinion, the DJI Avata Explorer Combo is the best kit you can invest in, considering functionality versus price.