The DJI Avata 2 FPV Drone is Better, Lighter, and More Affordable

It’s been two years since DJI released its first FPV drone, and the Avata 2 is officially on the market with multiple upgrades and a lower price, which is rare for any new technology product.

The main highlight of the Avata 2 is its new 12-megapixel, 1/1.3-inch sensor with wider dynamic range and better low-light performance. The lens used gives you a 155-degree POV, while the sensor can shoot HDR video at 4K60 and slow-motion footage at 2.7K 120FPS. DJI also managed to increase the flight time of the Avata 2 to 23 minutes, which is 5 minutes longer than the original. Original Avata and supports USB-PD fast charging. The gimbal has five more tilts for better FPV picture options, and the maximum video transmission distance is 13 kilometers (3 kilometers more than the OG Avata).As for the drone itself, the Avata 2 is 18 grams lighter, with a frame that’s 16mm shorter and 32mm wider, making it more stable.

Accompanying the Avata 2 are the new Goggles 3, which allow you to see what the drone sees while it’s flying. It can send real-time information from the drone to the accompanying DJI Fly app and transmit it to another device up to 5 meters away. Goggles 3 comes with a DJI Avata 2 battery rated for one hour of use, along with GPS and two 1080F, 700nit micro OLED displays. There’s no official local pricing for the DJI Avata 2 yet, but US pricing starts at $999 (approximately 57,000 pesos). The bundle includes DJI Avata 2, DJI Goggles 3, and DJI RC Motion 3.

Adding two extra batteries, a two-way charging hub, and a crossbody bag costs an additional $200 (~Php 12,000), while the FPV remote is $199 (~Php 12k).

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