FAQ

General
1. Power on the aircraft, goggles, and remote control device. Press and then press and hold the power button to power on or off each device.
2. Press the link button on the goggles. The goggles will start to beep continually.
3. Press and hold the power button of the aircraft until it beeps once and the battery level LEDs blink in sequence.
4. Once linking is successful, the battery level LEDs of the aircraft turn solid and display the battery level, and the goggles stop beeping and show the live view of the aircraft camera.
5. Press and hold the power button of the aircraft until it beeps once and the battery level LEDs blink in sequence.
6. Press and hold the power button of the remote control device until it starts to beep continually and the battery level LEDs blink in sequence.
7. Once linking is successful, the remote controller stops beeping, and both the battery level LEDs turn solid and display the battery level.

* For details, refer to the user manual or tutorial video.
DJI Avata must be activated via the DJI Fly app or DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) before using for the first time. Make sure that all devices are linked after powering on the aircraft, goggles, and remote control device.
Connect the USB-C port of the goggles to your smartphone, run the DJI Fly app, and follow the prompts to activate. An internet connection is required for activation.
* For details, refer to the user manual or tutorial video.
Method 1: Using DJI Fly
Power on the aircraft, goggles, and remote control device. Make sure that all the devices are linked. Connect the USB-C port of the goggles to your smartphone, run the DJI Fly app, and follow the prompts to update. An internet connection is required.

Method 2: Using DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series)
Power on the device and connect it to a computer with a USB-C cable.
Launch DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) and log in with a DJI account.
Select the device and click "Firmware Update" on the left side of the screen.
Select and confirm the firmware version.
The firmware will be downloaded and updated automatically.
The device will restart automatically after the firmware update is complete.

* For details, refer to the user manual or tutorial video.
DJI Goggles 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2.
DJI Motion Controller and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2.
Aircraft
DJI Goggles 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2.
DJI Goggles 2 has more comprehensive features. It supports Head Tracking Mode that allows you to experience immersive flight from a first-person perspective more freely. It also adopts DJI's latest flagship O3+ Video Transmission, which can achieve high-definition and low-latency video transmission.
DJI Goggles 2 features an upgraded display and diopter adjustment. It is smaller, lighter, more comfortable to wear, and more intuitive for user interaction.
DJI Motion Controller and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2.
DJI Motion Controller supports more intuitive and easy-to-use controls.
DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 is suitable for users who want to use M Mode for precise control.
No.
No.
Yes, it supports GPS, Galileo, and BeiDou.
N Mode and S Mode support auto-hovering through the use of the VIO+ToF+GNSS system.
Yes, it has 20 GB of built-in storage.
The maximum flight time is approximately 18 minutes. *
* Tested when hovering in an environment without wind or interference.
No.
DJI Avata does not support forward obstacle sensing and avoidance. It only supports downward obstacle sensing when used with DJI FPV Remote Controller 2, or DJI Motion Controller in N Mode and S Mode.
4000×3000 and JPEG.
MP4.
FOV: 155°
Format Equivalent: 12.7 mm
Focal Length: 2.34 mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus Mode: FF
Focus Range: 0.6 m to ∞
Yes, it supports Normal Mode, Wide Mode, and Ultra Wide Mode.
No, it only supports correction for recorded footage.
Standard and D-Cinelike.
Yes, it supports RockSteady and HorizonSteady, which can be disabled.
H.264.
Yes, it supports the adjustment of ISO, shutter, EV, and WB.
With DJI Goggles 2:
4K@50/60fps
2.7K@50/60/100fps
1080p@50/60/100fps

With DJI FPV Goggles V2:
4K@50/60fps
2.7K@50/60/100/120fps
1080p@50/60/100/120fps
No. You can connect it to a computer via Type-C port to read the SD card, or launch DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) for firmware updates.
10 km (FCC), 2 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC).
Yes, it supports Smart RTH, Low Battery RTH, and Failsafe RTH.
DJI Avata requires DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 to use M Mode.
In the goggles view, go to "Settings > Control > Remote Controller", and then enable M Mode.
When the aircraft is in M Mode, it does not hover automatically. Please practice in the DJI Virtual Flight app before flying in M Mode. Please also adjust the back screw until the throttle does not re-center automatically, for more accurate control and better flight experience.
You can purchase and replace the upper frame, propeller guard, and propellers of the aircraft by yourself. For details, please refer to the tutorials.
No.
Yes. In the goggles view, go to "Settings > Safety > Find My Drone", and then enable this feature.
Find My Drone helps to find the location of the aircraft on the ground by using the cached video in the goggles. If the aircraft still has battery power, turn on ESC Beeping to help find the aircraft via the sound.
Flight Safety
When using DJI Avata alone:
1. Avoid flying in areas with strong signal interference such as areas with strong Wi-Fi signals.
2. Avoid long-distance low-altitude flying.
3. Make sure that you are flying in a safe and unrestricted area. For detailed regulations, please consult your local laws and regulations.
4. Follow local laws and regulations when flying with the goggles on.
5. Before flying, it is recommended to update the firmware with your smartphone, get the latest information of restricted flight areas, and report the flight according to local laws and regulations.
When multiple DJI Avata units are used simultaneously, signal interference may occur. To avoid this, follow the instructions below:
1. Maintain a safe distance of at least 3 m between each aircraft. Power on and choose a frequency channel for each aircraft respectively. Avoid using the same frequency channel as other pilots. If the live feeds begin to blur, restart the device.
2. If the frequency channel you choose is close to that of another pilot, keep your aircraft at a safe distance from their goggles.
3. Maintain a safe distance between each pair of goggles.
4. If your live feed becomes blurry due to multiple DJI Avata units flying simultaneously, land your aircraft and restart.
When using DJI Avata in other countries or regions, make sure that you check and follow local radio frequency laws and regulations.
Connect the aircraft to the DJI Fly app, and the software will automatically tune the system settings of DJI Avata according to local laws and regulations.
1. Before takeoff, make sure that the propellers are correctly installed, the sensors are correctly calibrated, the batteries are fully charged, and there are no obstacles around the aircraft such as pedestrians, buildings, or trees.
2. Before landing, determine a safe landing area with a flat surface without water, and make sure that no pedestrians or obstacles are nearby. It is recommended to switch to N Mode in preparation for landing.
3. Before your first flight, it is recommended to watch the tutorials: https://www.dji.com/avata/video.
When using the goggles, keep the lenses away from direct sunlight to avoid irreversible damage.
1. Follow local laws and regulations when flying with the goggles on.
2. During flight, pay attention to the on-screen prompts and alerts.
3. When storing the goggles, keep the lenses away from strong light to avoid damage to the screens.
DJI Goggles 2
DJI Goggles 2 supports DJI Avata.
With 1080p/100fps video transmission quality, the lowest video transmission latency is 30 ms.
With 1080p/60fps video transmission quality, the lowest video transmission latency is 40 ms.
Resolution: 1920×1080
Max Brightness: 700 nits (supports brightness adjustment every 100 nits from 100 to 700 nits)
Screen Type: Micro-OLED (silicon-based OLED)
The goggles record the image displayed on its screens (with OSD and other information), and the max specification is 1080p/50fps.
The aircraft records the image captured by the its camera, and the max specification is 4K/60fps.
DJI Goggles 2 supports diopter adjustment from -8.0 D to +2.0 D, so that the goggles can be worn without glasses.
DJI Goggles 2 also comes with free eyeglass frames. If you require astigmatism correction, or if the goggles' diopter is unsuitable, you can purchase additional lenses and use the eyeglass frames to install them on the goggles. The goggles are easy to use for a wide range of vision.
After adjusting the diopter, push the adjustment knob up to the end, and then rotate it to the tightest position to fix the diopter. This can effectively prevent accidental touches during use or storage. To unlock the adjustment knob, do the same in reverse.
Yes, the adjustment range is 56-72 mm.
DJI Goggles 2 can record its screen during the flight (including OSD and other information).
DJI Goggles 2 has its own receiver system for video transmission.
Yes.
Yes.
DJI Goggles 2 does not currently support real-time audio transmission during flight because the aircraft does not have a microphone.
The audio port can be used to play the audio source of videos stored on an SD card or videos for Wi-Fi screen projection. It can also be used to connect to earphones using a 3.5mm connector.
No.
DJI Goggles 2 supports the DJI Virtual Flight app.
DJI Goggles 2 supports video playback through SD cards and Wi-Fi screen casting.
Supported video formats in SD cards: MP4 and MOV (video coding formats: H.264 and H.265; audio format: ACC and PCM).
DJI Goggles 2 does not support third-party drones.
Yes.
No.
Yes, but only when used with DJI Motion Controller.
No.
No.
Languages supported: Simplified Chinese, English, Russian, Traditional Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, French, Italian, and Portuguese.

Switching methods:
1. When turning on DJI Goggles 2 for the first time, switch the language during the tutorial.
2. Open the on-screen menu, and then go to "Settings > About > Languages" to complete the language switch.
Yes.
Connect an OTG cable to the designated interface of the goggles, and then use a USB-C cable or Lightning cable to connect the goggles and the smartphone.
Use a USB-C to USB-C cable or USB-C to Lightning cable to connect the googles and the smartphone.
Connect the OTG cable to the designated interface of the computer, and then use the USB-A to USB-C cable to connect the goggles and the computer.
Use a USB-A to USB-C cable to connect the goggles and the computer.
Note: DJI Goggles 2 only supports standard USB-C cables and MFI-certified Lightning cables.
Currently no.
The resolution is 1920×1080, and the frame rate is 50 fps.
When using the goggles, keep the lenses away from direct sunlight to avoid irreversible damage.
The size is fixed, but the foam padding can be detached and replaced.
Please take off the goggles and take some rest. If you feel intense discomfort, please seek medical help.
No.
Yes, but the power cords are not the same.
It is recommended to use the original DJI battery. If you use a third-party battery, the voltage should not exceed 11.1 V. Otherwise, there is a risk of damage.
DJI FPV Goggles V2
DJI Avata and DJI FPV.
With 810p/120fps video transmission quality, the lowest latency from camera capture to screen display is less than 28 ms.
With 810p/60fps video transmission quality, the lowest latency from camera capture to screen display is less than 40 ms.
Both screens are 1440×810.
The goggles only record transmitted footage in a resolution of 810p/60fps, and do not support RockSteady or HorizonSteady.
The aircraft camera supports up to 4K/60fps video recording, as well as RockSteady and Horizon Steady.
No, but you can purchase corrective lenses and attach them to the goggles.
Yes, the interpupillary distance range is 58-70 mm.
No, the goggles only support recording the transmitted footage (excluding OSD information).
Yes, when the goggles are connected to your smartphone, you can use the DJI Fly app to activate and update firmware for the aircraft, goggles, and remote controller. You can also share the camera view.
You can connect the goggles with your smartphone via an OTG cable and a Type-C or Lightning cable.
Please note that the goggles only support standard Type-C protocols and MFI-certified Lightning cables, and non-standard cables such as the Huawei fast-charging cable are not currently supported.
Yes, the DJI FPV Goggles V2 foam padding currently has two sizes. It is not recommended to detach too often.
If the foam padding is damaged, you can purchase a new one at DJI Store.
Please take off the goggles and take some rest. If you feel intense discomfort, please seek medical help.
The USB-C cable can only be used with the battery of the goggles. Power banks or other third-party charging devices are not supported.
No.
Connect the goggles to the battery via the power cable. Press once and then press and hold the power button to turn on or off.
To avoid short circuits, do not power on the goggles when the goggles are not connected to the battery.
DJI FPV Remote Controller 2
No.
Yes, you can connect the remote controller to a computer via a Type-C cable and launch DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) to update the firmware.
Approx. 9 hours.
The remote controller supports the DJI Avata and DJI FPV aircrafts.
When the remote controller is connected to the aircraft and the goggles, you can select Mode 1 or Mode 2 in Settings of the goggles.
Open the protection cover behind the throttles, and then adjust the throttle by loosening the screw according to instructions.
DJI Motion Controller
No.
Yes, you can connect the remote controller to a computer via a Type-C cable and launch DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) to update the firmware.
Approx. 5 hours.
The remote controller supports the DJI Avata and DJI FPV aircrafts.
No, the controls of DJI Motion Controller do not require switching control modes.
No, the controls of DJI Motion Controller do not require switching control modes.
DJI Virtual Flight
Try the following steps:
1. Unplug the cable connecting your smartphone and the goggles. Power on the aircraft and the goggles, check that you can see the camera view in the goggles and can start the motors with the remote controller to confirm that the aircraft can function normally.
2. If there is no problem during step 1, check to make sure the firmware of the remote controller, the goggles, and the aircraft are updated to the latest version.
3. If there is no problem during step 2, power off the aircraft. Reconnect your smartphone with the goggles and open the DJI Virtual Flight app.
4. If there is no problem during step 3, try changing the cable connecting the goggles and your smartphone. You can also try disconnecting and reconnecting your smartphone or restarting the goggles several times.