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DJI Goggles review

Though DJI Goggles were clearly designed with the Mavic Pro in mind, you're not limited to just that drone when using them - you'll be able to use them with the Phantom 4 series and the Inspire 2 as well. And, thanks to the long-range and low-latency wireless connectivity, there virtually no lag between head movement and camera movement.

Chinese drone-maker DJI announced on Friday, April 21, that IT equipment distributor MSI-ECS will be their official distributor in the Philippines. We now know that isn't the case, with listings for standalone Goggles appearing on DJI's website. The Goggles will use a beam splitter to present each eye with an image that offers 1920×1080 resolution per eye.

'We fully expect that they will be thrilled with the fun and immersive experience of flying with our goggles'.

These new goggles were created to give users a first-person view of what the drone sees.

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'An AR trajectory prediction feature in Fixed Wing Mode makes using this mode much safer in complex environments'.

There is also a head tracking gimbal mode where your head movements can control the camera's direction while the drone continues to be flown by stick controls. Another option is to have a friend play cameraman, using the DJI Goggles to control the gimbal exclusively, while the aircraft operator maintains control of the aircraft with the master controller. Back in Las Vegas, they made an announcement about this joint-ventured product from DJI-Hasselblad. The DJI Goggles allow the operator to flick between third person view and FPV in a matter of seconds. One thing is certain, though: If you ever get to know someone who owns one of these, don't bother asking, "Hey, can I borrow your drone?". It is set to start shipping in late May.

The DJI Goggles should last six hours on a charge, feature touch controls on the side for menu exploring and even work for those wearing glasses.