FAQ

DJI Goggles 2
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.
Replacement foam padding is sold separately.
The following microSD cards can be used with DJI Goggles 2:
SanDisk Extreme U3 V30 A1 32GB microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme Pro U3 V30 A1 32GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas GO! Plus U3 V30 A2 64GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 64GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 128GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 256GB microSDXC
Samsung PRO Plus V30 U3 V30 A2 256GB microSDXC
Yes, the adjustment range is 56-72 mm, and the interpupillary distance can be fixed.
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 different vision levels.
The diopter of the lenses installed to the eyeglass frames can be superimposed on the diopter adjustment supported by DJI Goggles 2.
After adjusting the diopter, push the adjustment knob up to the end, and then rotate it to the tightest position to fix the diopter and interpupillary distance. This can effectively prevent accidental changes during use or storage. To unlock the adjustment knob, do the same in reverse.
No. If you have specific vision requirements, please consult your doctor before use.
Please take off the goggles and rest a moment. If you feel intense discomfort, please seek medical help.
DJI Avata and DJI O3 Air Unit.
Video transmission antenna: 2T4R antenna technology, which means that two external antennas are used to transmit signals, and all four antennas can be used to receive signals.
Wi-Fi antenna: 1T1R antenna technology, which means that one antenna is used to both transmit and receive signals.
The voltage range is 7-9 V, and the current is 1.5 A.
Yes. DJI Goggles 2 can record its screens during the flight (and can include OSD and other information).
DJI Goggles 2 has its own receiver system for video transmission.
Yes.
Yes.
DJI Goggles 2 currently does not support real-time audio transmission during flight because the aircraft does not have a microphone.
The audio port can be used to play audio from videos stored on a memory card or videos for Wi-Fi wireless streaming. It can also be used to connect to headphones using a 3.5mm connector.
No.
DJI Goggles 2 supports the DJI Virtual Flight app.
DJI Goggles 2 supports video playback through memory cards and Wi-Fi wireless streaming.
Supported video formats in memory cards: MP4, MOV (video coding formats: H.264, H.265; audio formats: ACC, PCM).
DJI Goggles 2 does not support third-party drones.
Yes.
No.
Yes, but a DJI Motion Controller is required.
No.
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 goggles and the smartphone.
Connect an 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. If your laptop is equipped with a USB-C port, it is recommended to use an OTG cable to connect the goggles.
DJI Goggles 2 has more comprehensive features and wider compatibility. It supports a Head Tracking function that allows you to experience immersive flight more freely.
DJI Goggles 2 adopts DJI's flagship O3+ Video Transmission, which can achieve full HD and low-latency video transmission.
DJI Goggles 2 features the Wi-Fi Wireless Streaming function that supports DLNA protocol.
DJI Goggles 2 features an upgraded display and diopter adjustment. It is smaller, lighter, more comfortable to wear, and more intuitive for user interaction.
No, but the goggles support the DJI O3 Air Unit.
With 1080p/100fps video transmission quality, the latency is as low as 30 ms.
With 1080p/60fps video transmission quality, the latency is as low as 40 ms.
DJI Goggles 2 supports livestreaming the real-time camera view of DJI Avata using the DJI Fly app or DJI RC Pro.
DJI Goggles 2 supports livestreaming the real-time video transmission of DJI O3 Air Unit using the DJI Fly app.
Resolution: 1920×1080
Refresh Rate: Up to 100 Hz
Type: Micro-OLED (silicon-based OLED)
The resolution is 1920×1080, and the frame rate is 60/50fps.
The Goggles record the images displayed on its screens (can include OSD and other information), and the max specification is 1080p@60/50fps.
The aircraft records the image captured by its camera, and the max specification is 4K/60fps.
DJI Goggles 2 Battery
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.
If the battery will be stored for three months or less, it is recommended to store it in an environment with a relative humidity of less than 65% and a temperature of -20° to +35° C.
If the battery will be stored for longer than three months, it is recommended to store it in an environment with a relative humidity of less than 65% and a temperature of 25° C.
74.5×42×27 mm (L×W×H)
Approx. 122 g