Flight Safety
When using DJI FPV:
1. Do not fly in areas with heavy signal interferences such as areas with strong Wi-Fi signals;
2. Do not fly your aircraft too far away or at too low of an altitude;
3. Make sure that you are flying the aircraft in a safe and unrestricted area. For detailed regulations, please consult your local laws and regulations;
4. Always follow local laws and regulations when flying with FPV goggles on;
5. Before flying, it is recommended to update all relevant firmware to ensure you have the latest information regarding restricted flight areas.
Signal interference may occur when multiple DJI FPV units are operating simultaneously. To avoid this, follow the instructions below:
1. Maintain a safe distance of at least three meters between each aircraft. Power on and choose a frequency channel for each aircraft one at a time. Avoid using the same frequency channel as other pilots. If live feeds begin to blur, restart the device;
2. If the frequency channel you choose is close to another pilot's channel, ensure that your aircraft is 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 FPVs flying in the same area, land your aircraft and restart.
When using DJI FPV in a new country or region for the first time, make sure you check and follow local radio frequency laws and regulations. Connect to the DJI Fly app using the goggles and the software will automatically tune the system settings to be in adherence with local laws and regulations.
1. Always follow local laws and regulations;
2. During flight, always pay attention to any on-screen prompts or alerts;
3. When using the goggles, avoid exposing the screens to direct sunlight as they may become damaged.
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 away from water and make sure no pedestrians or obstacles are nearby. Also, make sure the aircraft is in N mode in preparation for landing;
3. Before your first flight, make sure you have viewed all relevant official product information and tutorials in order to be fully aware of operating procedures and safety requirements.
DJI Care Refresh is a comprehensive and reliable protection plan that offers accidental damage coverage for DJI FPV. DJI Care Refresh (1-Year Plan) includes up to two replacements in one year. DJI Care Refresh (2-Year Plan) includes up to three replacements in two years in addition to the standard two-year product warranty that starts from the date of purchase.
Yes. It is compatible with the DJI Motion Controller.
Check the latest firmware updates for any new information on goggle compatibility.
Yes. DJI FPV has a downward LED auxiliary light.
N mode and S mode support auto-hovering through the use of the VIO+TOF+GPS system.
The DJI FPV aircraft comes with forward and downward vision sensors that can automatically detect objects and decelerate when flying in N mode. However, there is no automatic avoidance function. When obstacles are detected, the aircraft will slow down but will not stop completely unless controlled to do so by the pilot.
3840×2160 and JPEG.
A 150° FOV is available when shooting at 50 or 100 fps. For other frame rates, the FOV will be 142°.
It supports D-Cinelike.
H.264 and H.265.
In High-quality mode, it supports up to 4K/60fps video. In Low-Latency mode, it supports up to 1080p/120fps video.
No. You can connect it to a computer via USB-C cable to read the microSD card, or launch DJI Assistant 2 for firmware updates.
When DJI FPV is used frequently within a short amount of time and there is no signal interference, it takes about 20 seconds to search for and locate a GPS signal. If DJI FPV is not used frequently, this process may take longer. Users are not recommended to fly until there are a sufficient number of GPS satellites located.
DJI FPV has a 10km maximum transmission distance (FCC: 10 km, SRRC: 6 km, MIC: 6 km, CE: 6 km) when unobstructed, free of interference, and FCC-compliant.
Note: Maximum flight range specification is a proxy for radio link strength and resilience, not aircraft battery capability.
The DJI FPV Goggles only support 5.8 GHz, whereas the DJI FPV Goggles V2 support both 2.4 and 5.8 GHz and can select the frequency automatically. In some areas, frequency use is restricted by law to only allow the use of 2.4 GHz.
DJI FPV Goggles V2, DJI Goggles 2, and DJI Goggles Integra.
Both screens are 1440×810.
The goggles only record transmitted footage in a resolution of 810p/60fps, and do not support RockSteady EIS;
Shooting with the aircraft camera supports up to 4K/60fps and RockSteady EIS.
No, the goggles only support the recording of transmitted footage (excluding OSD information).
The standard XT60 power cable supports charging with third-party batteries. The voltage input range is 11.1-25.2 V.
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.
Connect the goggles to the DJI FPV Goggles battery via 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.
Yes, it can transmit the stereo sound of the aircraft in real time.
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 playback or download the footage.
You can connect the goggles with your smartphone via OTG, USB-C, and Lightning cables.
Please note that the goggles only support standard USB-C protocols and MFI-certified Lightning cables, and non-standard cables such as the Huawei fast-charging cable are not currently supported.
Remote Controller
The DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 supports two frequency bands. It is also smaller and more portable than the previous model, and adopts an ergonomic design that is more comfortable to hold.
7 ms.
Yes. You can connect the remote controller to a computer via USB-C cable and launch DJI Assistant 2 to update firmware.
About nine hours.
Entire FPV System
Link the aircraft with the goggles and then with the remote controller. Refer to the DJI FPV linking tutorial if you encounter any issues or require more detailed information or instructions.
For information on how to activate DJI FPV after purchase, please refer to the quick start guide and in-app instructions.
Before connecting the goggles to the DJI FPV app to update firmware, ensure that the aircraft, goggles, and remote controller are properly linked and that all devices have sufficient battery power.
Aircraft functions
Check the latest firmware updates for any new information on remote controller or goggle compatibility.
Smart Return to Home.
Yes. DJI FPV comes with forward and downward vision sensors. The aircraft automatically decelerates when detecting objects in N mode, but will not stop completely unless controlled to do so by the pilot.
Yes. You can set the start-up noise alert as a shortcut on the remote controller (when the aircraft is still connected). You can also use the function when the goggles are connected to the DJI Fly app.
If you lose connection with the aircraft during flight, you can view the last 30 seconds shot on the goggles before disconnection (a microSD card must be inserted in the goggles for this to work). The video will be cached on the goggles microSD card and will not automatically upload to online platform or cloud.
In the goggles view, select Settings->Control->Remote Controller, and enable M mode. Also, adjust the back screw so that the throttle does not re-center automatically. This will provide more accurate control and a better flight experience.
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.
Goggle functions
Check the latest firmware updates for any new information on aircraft or remote controller compatibility.
Check the latest firmware updates for any new information on goggle compatibility for Audience mode.
Open the camera settings page and enable Camera Calibration and Distortion Correction.
Remote Controller functions
Check the latest firmware updates for any new information on aircraft or goggle compatibility.
When the remote controller is connected to the aircraft and goggles, you can select Mode 1 or Mode 2 in the goggle settings.
Yes. Open the protective cover on the back of the controller and adjust the throttle screw according to personal preference.
Aircraft installation and adjustments
Install the propellers according to the marks on the aircraft and the propellers, and refer to instructions in the quick start guide.
You can replace the top shell, gimbal camera, and landing gear. For more details, please refer to the relevant DJI FPV tutorials.
Goggle adjustments
Yes, the interpupillary distance range is 58-70 mm.
No. However, you can purchase corrective lenses and attach them to the DJI FPV Goggles V2.
Currently, the DJI FPV Goggles V2 foam padding comes in two sizes. It is not recommended to detach it too often.
However, if the foam padding has become damaged, you can purchase a new one at the DJI Online Store.
Changes in temperature and humidity may cause the screens or the lenses to fog up, which is normal. Avoid using the DJI FPV Goggles V2 in environments where temperature and humidity are extreme or tend to vary significantly.
If the screens or the lenses have fogged up, place the goggles in an indoor environment with a normal temperature and wait until the fog is gone. Keep the DJI FPV Goggles V2 away from hot and humid environments.
If you feel dizzy or disoriented during flight, users are recommended to land safely and take off the goggles. If you feel intense discomfort, please seek medical help.
DJI Virtual Flight
Try the following steps:
1. Unplug the cable connecting your smartphone and the goggles. Power on the aircraft, 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 are no problems during Step 1, check to make sure the firmware of the remote controller and the goggles are updated to the latest version.
3. If there are no problems during Step 2, power off the aircraft. Reconnect your smartphone with the goggles and open up the DJI Virtual Flight app.
4. If the problem persists, try changing the cable connecting the goggles with your smartphone. You can also try disconnecting and reconnecting your smartphone or restarting the goggles several times.
Please update the firmware of the goggles and the remote controller to the latest versions.
While using the DJI Virtual Flight app, press the Back button on the goggles twice to exit Demo mode. Then, make sure that the firmware of the goggles is updated to the latest version.
If you cannot sign up in the DJI Virtual Flight app, please sign up on the official DJI website. You can then use that account to log in to the DJI Virtual Flight app.
1. When flying in Manual mode, if the throttle stick recenters, it will power the drone to fly upwards continuously.
2. Before using the Manual mode, please adjust the screw on the rear of the throttle stick so that the stick does not recenter automatically. Detailed instruction can be found by watching the tutorial M Mode Flight and Using the DJI Virtual Flight App: https://www.dji.com/dji-fpv/video
3. When flying in Manual mode, you need to adjust the control sticks frequently to maintain stable flight.
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