Online Customer Service

Monday - Sunday: 6:00 - 18:00 (PST/PDT)

Hotline Service

English: +1 818 235 0789
Monday - Sunday: 6:00 - 18:00 (PST)

DJI Store APP

Manage your devices in one place. Conveniently request services.

Check It Out
Need assistance? We’re here to help!

Specs

Aircraft

Takeoff WeightApprox. 377 g
Dimensions185×212×64 mm (L×W×H)
Max Ascent Speed‌6 m/s (Normal mode)
9 m/s (Sport mode)
Max Descent Speed‌6 m/s (Normal mode)
9 m/s (Sport mode)
Max Horizontal Speed
(near sea level, no wind)
8 m/s (Normal mode)
‌16 m/s (Sport mode)
27 m/s (Manual mode)*

* No faster than 19 m/s with the Manual mode in the EU regions.
Max Takeoff Altitude5000 m

Measured in a windless environment when taking off from an altitude of 5000 m and ascending vertically by 500 m, using Sport mode, and from 100% battery level until 20%. Data is for reference only. Always pay attention to reminders on the goggles' screens during your flight.
Max Flight Time‌Approx. 23 mins

‌Measured when flying forward at a speed of 21.6 kph in a windless environment at sea level, with camera parameters set to 1080p/30fps, video mode off, and from 100% battery level until 0%. Data is for reference only. Always pay attention to reminders on the goggles' screens during your flight.
Max Hovering Time‌Approx. 21 mins

‌‌Measured when hovering in a windless environment at sea level, with camera parameters set to 1080p/30fps, video mode off, and from 100% battery level until 0%. Data is for reference only. Always pay attention to reminders on the goggles' screens during your flight.‌
Max Flight Distance13.0 km‌

‌Measured when flying forward at a speed of 43.2 kph in a windless environment at sea level, with camera parameters set to 1080p/30fps, video mode off, and from 100% battery level until 0%. Data is for reference only. Always pay attention to reminders on the goggles' screens during your flight.
Max Wind Speed Resistance10.7 m/s (Level 5)
Operating Temperature-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Global Navigation Satellite SystemGPS + Galileo + BeiDou
Hovering accuracy rangeVertical:
±0.1 m (with vision positioning)
±0.5 m (with GNSS positioning)

Horizontal:
±0.3 m (with vision positioning)
±1.5 m (with GNSS positioning)
Internal Storage46 GB

Camera

Image Sensor‌1/1.3-inch image sensor
Effective Pixels: 12 MP
Lens‌FOV: 155°
Format Equivalent: 12 mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus: 0.6 m to ∞
ISO Range100-25600 (Auto)
100-25600 (Manual)
Shutter SpeedVideo: 1/8000-1/30 s
Photo: 1/8000-1/50 s
Max Image Size4000×2256 (16∶9)
4000×3000 (4∶3)
Still Photography ModeSingle shot
Photo FormatJPEG
Video Resolution4K (4∶3): 3840×2880@30/50/60fps
4K (16∶9): 3840×2160@30/50/60/100fps
2.7K (4∶3): 2688×2016@30/50/60fps
2.7K (16∶9): 2688×1512@30/50/120fps
1080p (4∶3): 1440×1080@30/50/120fps
1080p (16∶9): 1920×1080@30/50/120fps
Video FormatMP4 (H.264/H.265)
Max Video Bitrate130 Mbps
Supported File SystemexFAT
Color ModeStandard
D-Log M
Camera FOVSupports normal mode, wide-angle mode, and ultra-wide-angle mode.
EISSupports RockSteady 3.0+ and HorizonSteady
Can be disabled*

* When stabilization is turned off, footage captured with the wide-angle view supports offline stabilization Gyroflow.

Gimbal

StabilizationSingle-axis mechanical gimbal (tilt)
Mechanical RangeTilt: -95° to 90°
Controllable RangeTilt: -85° to 80°
Max Control Speed (tilt)100°/s
Angular Vibration Range±0.01°
Electronic Roll AxisReal-time screen correction is unavailable during recording, but can be applied to the footage recorded on the drone.

Sensing

Sensing TypeDownward and backward visual positioning
DownwardToF Effective Measurement Height: 10 m
Precise Hovering Range: 0.3-10 m
Measurement Range: 0.3-20 m
FOV: Horizontal 78°, Vertical 78°
BackwardMeasurement Range: 0.5-20 m
FOV: Horizontal 78°, Vertical 78°
Operating EnvironmentDiffuse reflective surfaces with discernible patterns, diffuse reflectivity > 20% (such as concrete pavement)
Adequate lighting (lux > 15, normal indoor lighting conditions)

Video Transmission

Video Transmission SystemO4
Live View Quality1080p@30/50/60/100fps
Operating Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.170-5.250 GHz*
5.725-5.850 GHz*

* 5.170-5.250 GHz and 5.725-5.850 GHz can be used only in countries and regions where permitted by local laws and regulations.
Transmitter Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz:
<33 dBm (FCC)
<20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)

5.1 GHz:
< 23 dBm (CE)

5.8 GHz:
<33 dBm (FCC)
<30 dBm (SRRC)
< 14 dBm (CE)
Communication BandwidthMax 60 MHz
Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference)FCC: 13 km (subject to the aircraft's max flight distance)
CE: 10 km
SRRC: 10 km
MIC: 10 km

Measured in an unobstructed outdoor environment free of interference. The above data shows the farthest communication range for one-way, non-return flights under each standard. Always pay attention to RTH reminders on the goggles screen during your flight.
Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, with interference)Strong Interference: Urban landscape, approx.
1.5-4 km
Medium Interference: Suburban landscape, approx.
4-10 km
Low Interference: Suburb/seaside, approx.
10-13 km

Data tested under FCC standard in unobstructed environments with typical interference. Used for reference purposes only and provides no guarantee for actual transmission distance.
Max Transmission Distance (obstructed, with interference)Low Interference and Obstructed by Buildings: approx. 0-0.5 km
Low Interference and Obstructed by Trees: approx.
0.5-3 km

Data tested under FCC standard in environments with typical low interference. Used for reference purposes only and provides no guarantee for actual transmission distance.
Max Download SpeedWi-Fi: 30 MB/s*

* Measured in a laboratory environment with little interference in countries/regions that support both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz. Download speeds may vary depending on the actual conditions.
Lowest LatencyWith DJI Goggles 3:
1080p/100fps Video Transmission Quality: 24 ms
1080p/60fps Video Transmission Quality: 40 ms‌

Max Video Bitrate60Mbps
Antennas4 antennas, 2T4R

Wi-Fi

Protocol802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Operating Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz:
<20 dBm (FCC/CE/SRRC/MIC)

5.8 GHz:
<20 dBm (FCC/SRRC)
< 14 dBm (CE)

Bluetooth

ProtocolBluetooth 5.0
Operating Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP)<10 dBm

Intelligent Flight Battery

Capacity2150 mAh
WeightApprox. 145 g
Standard Voltage14.76 V
Max Charging Voltage17 V
Battery TypeLi-ion
Energy31.7 Wh@0.5C
Charging Temperature5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)
Charging TimeWith Charging Hub (60W max charging power):
From 0 to 100%: approx. 45 min‌
From 10 to 90%: approx. 30 min‌‌

Directly Charging the Drone (30 W max charging power):‌
From 0 to 100%: approx. 88 min‌
From 10 to 90%: approx. 60 min‌‌‌‌

Charger

Recommended ChargerDJI 65W Portable Charger
DJI 65W Car Charger
USB Power Delivery charger

Battery Charging Hub

Input5-20 V, max 3 A
Output (power accumulation)Max 65 W
Output (charging)Max 17 V
Output (USB)5 V, 2 A
Charging TypeThree batteries charged in sequence.
CompatibilityDJI Avata 2 Intelligent Flight Battery

Storage

Recommended microSD CardsKingston CANVAS Go! Plus 64GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Kingston CANVAS Go! Plus 128GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Kingston CANVAS Go! Plus 256GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Kingston CANVAS Go! Plus 512GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Lexar Professional 1066x 64GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Lexar Professional 1066x 128GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Lexar Professional 1066x 256GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC
Lexar Professional 1066x 512GB U3 A2 V30 microSDXC

DJI FPV Remote Controller 3

Max Operating TimeApprox. 10 hours
Operating Temperature-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Charging Temperature0° to 50° C (32° to 122° F)
Charging Time2 hours
Charging Type5 V, 2 A
Battery Capacity2600 mAh
WeightApprox. 240 g
Dimensions165×119×62 mm (L×W×H)
Operating Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP)2.400 GHz:
<26 dBm (FCC)
<20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)

Others

Guaranteed software updates until2026/12/31

FAQ

Product
Product
Camera
Camera
Video Transmission
Video Transmission
Flight
Flight
Flight Safety
Flight Safety
Battery
Battery
LightCut App
LightCut App
DJI FPV Remote Controller 3
DJI FPV Remote Controller 3

Product

‌Compared to DJI Avata, what upgrades does DJI Avata 2 have?
DJI Avata 2 features comprehensive enhancements across various aspects, including flight noise, the visual perception system, imaging, video transmission, battery life, and smart functions. The specific improvements are:
1. The flight noise is significantly reduced to only 81 decibels, providing a gentler auditory experience.
2. Building upon the integrated propeller guard design, it has been upgraded with a binocular fisheye visual positioning system, which accommodates both downward and backward vision for more precise flight positioning.
3. Equipped with a new image processing platform and incorporating the latest video stabilization algorithms, it supports recording at 4K/60fps. 10-bit D-Log M color mode is optional to greatly enhance the dynamic range of the video.
4. Featuring the brand-new DJI O4 HD video transmission system, the max transmission distance reaches up to 13 km* with a max video bitrate of 60Mbps.
5. The max flight time extends to 23 minutes**, and the aircraft supports PD fast charging. The charging hub includes power accumulation, significantly alleviating battery concerns for users.
6. New Easy ACRO function that enhances the immersive flight experience with motion control.

‌* Measured in an unobstructed outdoor environment free of interference. The above data shows the farthest communication range for one-way, non-return flights under the FCC standard. Always pay attention to RTH reminders on the goggles screen during your flight.‌
** ‌Measured when flying forward at a speed of 21.6 kph in a windless environment at sea level, with camera parameters set to 1080p/30fps, video mode off, and from 100% battery level until 0%. Data is for reference only. Always pay attention to reminders on the goggles' screen during your flight.
Compared to other consumer drones from DJI, what sets the DJI Avata 2 apart?
The DJI Avata 2 is an FPV (first-person view) drone that requires a DJI Goggles series product, a DJI RC Motion series product, or a DJI FPV Remote Controller product to operate. This immersive flight experience captures the fun of freely navigating the environment. DJI Avata 2 offers unique camera angles and an enjoyable, playful control experience, unlike other consumer drones.
The unique recording perspective: With its integrated propeller guard designed for safety, DJI Avata 2 can fly in low-altitude, indoor, and wooded areas or even under bridges and get incredibly close to subjects. These images and videos are from unique angles.
Fun control experience: When paired with DJI RC Motion 3, users can quickly learn to fly without complicated and extensive instructions. There is a beginner’s mode to ensure safety and an Easy ACRO function that adds to the flying fun. When used with DJI FPV Controller 3, users can fly in manual mode (M mode), giving them total freedom to soar through the skies.
What is the certification level of DJI Avata 2 in Europe?
C1, certified by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Which goggles are compatible with DJI Avata 2?
DJI Goggles 3.
Which remote controllers are compatible with DJI Avata 2?
DJI RC Motion 3 and DJI FPV Remote Controller 3.
What storage options does DJI Avata 2 support?
DJI Avata 2 comes with 46 GB of internal storage and also supports SD cards.
Note: The write speed of the drone's built-in storage may decrease after prolonged use, which could potentially affect the shooting experience. Transfer data according to the prompts on the goggles screen, and then format the internal storage to ensure a seamless video recording experience for subsequent uses.
Does DJI Avata 2 support obstacle avoidance?
No.
In N mode (Normal mode) and S mode (Sport mode), DJI Avata 2 supports downward and backward visual positioning to enhance flight safety.
Can I use DJI Avata 2 without the goggles?
No.
What advanced controls does DJI Avata 2 support?
It supports M mode (Manual mode)* flying.

* Requires DJI FPV Remote Controller 3.

Camera

Compared to DJI Avata, what improvements have been made in the camera module of DJI Avata 2?
1. The light-sensitive area of the image sensor has been increased, which leads to higher sensitivity and significantly better imaging results, also making it more suitable for low-light shooting.
2. The dynamic range of the image sensor has been improved, making it more suitable for scenes with a high dynamic range.
3. EIS has been enhanced. When used with DJI RC Motion 3, RockSteady is enabled at normal shooting angles and video recording at frame rates up to 60fps, resulting in smoother and more stable footage.
4. It supports a 10-bit D-Log M color profile, providing users with more post-processing and video editing flexibility.
Does the DJI Avata 2 camera support electronic stabilization?
Yes, it offers three selectable modes: RockSteady, HorizonSteady, and Off.
* With stabilization turned off, footage captured with the wide-angle view supports Gyroflow offline stabilization .
The default electronic stabilization mode for Avata 2 out of the box is RockSteady. Users can adjust the settings via the Settings > Camera > EIS in the goggles menu.
Does DJI Avata 2 support Gyroflow for offline stabilization?
Yes.
Disable EIS in the DJI Goggles 3 menu and set the shooting to Wide. The footage captured will support Gyroflow offline stabilization.
How do I transfer files from DJI Avata 2 to a smartphone/computer?
Transferring files to a phone:
Avata 2 allows for Wi-Fi transfer to phones via the DJI Fly app, with download rates up to 30 MB/s*.
Power on the drone, open the DJI Fly app and use the QuickTransfer function by following the instructions.
Keep the drone and phone within 2 meters with no obstructions for the best transfer experience.

Transferring files to a computer:
Connect the drone to your computer with a USB cable without powering on Avata 2.
When using a memory card, insert the card directly into the computer.

* Measured in a laboratory environment with little interference in countries/regions that support both 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz. Download speeds may vary depending on the actual conditions.

Video Transmission

Compared to the O3 video transmission of DJI Avata, what are the improvements of the O4 video transmission of DJI Avata 2?
1. It utilizes a new hardware solution. The aircraft antennas have upgraded from two (2T2R) to four (2T4R).
2. It includes a new frequency band, extending the maximum transmission distance of the high-definition live feed to 13 km*, with up to 60 MHz in communication bandwidth.
3. The maximum transmission bitrate has been increased to 60Mbps.
4. When paired with DJI Goggles 3, the latency is as low as 24 ms for 1080p/100fps live feeds and as low as 40 ms for 1080p/60fps live feeds.

Measured in an unobstructed outdoor environment free of interference. The above data shows the farthest communication range for one-way, non-return flights under FCC standards and is for reference only. Always pay attention to RTH reminders on the goggles screen during your flight.
How do I share the live feeds of DJI Avata 2 during a flight? Are there any limitations on the number of devices?
There are three ways to share the live feeds.
1. Wi-Fi wireless sharing*: You can enable screen sharing from the DJI Goggles 3 to a mobile phone via Wi-Fi in the goggles' menu. A mobile device can be connected to the Goggles 3 via Wi-Fi, and the DJI Fly app on the device will display the live feed of the drone. The wireless sharing supports connection to only one mobile device.
2. Wired sharing: You can connect a mobile device to DJI Goggles 3 using a data cable and an OTG adapter cable. The DJI Fly app on the connected mobile device will then display the live feed of the drone. Wired sharing also supports only one mobile device.
3. Audience mode: You can enable the broadcast function in the DJI Goggles 3 menu, allowing multiple DJI Goggles 3 to tune into the broadcast channel. This outputs live feeds in multiple channels. There is no upper limit to the number of DJI Goggles 3 that can connect in Audience mode.
Note: Whether it is the goggles or a mobile device, only one type of connection is supported at a time.

* Some countries and regions prohibit the use of the 5.1GHz or 5.8GHz frequency band, or both. In some countries and regions, the 5.1GHz frequency is only allowed for indoor use. If the 5.1/5.8GHz frequency band is unavailable (such as in Japan), screen sharing to a smartphone via Wi-Fi is unavailable. A wired connection is recommended to achieve screen sharing. Before flying, make sure to check and comply with local regulations.

Flight

Does DJI Avata 2 support auto Return to Home (RTH)?
Yes, it supports Smart RTH, Low Battery RTH, and Failsafe RTH.
Does DJI Avata 2 support Turtle mode?
Yes.
Does DJI Avata 2 support indoor flying?
Yes.

Flight Safety

Does DJI Avata 2 support Find My Drone?
Yes. In the goggles menu, go to Settings > Safety > Find My Drone, and you can view the video from the 30 seconds before the drone was lost to help locate the lost drone. If the aircraft still has battery power, go to Settings > Safety > ESC Beeping to activate the drone's motor beeping function and help find the aircraft via the sound.
What precautions should be taken when using DJI Avata 2 in other countries or regions?
When using DJI Avata 2 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 2 according to local laws and regulations.

Battery

What are the charging options for DJI Avata 2? How long does it take to fully charge?
There are two charging methods: using the Two-Way Charging Hub‌ or charging the aircraft body directly.
1. When using the Two-Way Charging Hub‌ (60W max charging power), it takes approx. 45 minutes to charge from 0% to 100%, and approx. 30 minutes from 10% to 90%.
2. When directly charging the aircraft body (30W max charging power), it takes approx. 88 minutes to charge from 0% to 100%, and approx. 60 minutes from 10% to 90%.
What are the functions of the DJI Avata 2 Two-Way Charging Hub?
1. Charging: The Two-Way Charging Hub supports USB PD fast-charging protocol and charges three batteries in sequence from high to low power level.
2. Storage: It can store three batteries at once, making it convenient to carry and use.
3. Power accumulation: By pressing and holding the function button with at least two batteries inserted, you can transfer the remaining power from multiple batteries to the battery with the highest remaining power, enabling a longer effective flight time.
4. Power bank: With at least one battery in storage, you can use the charging hub as a power bank and output the battery power to mobile phones, tablets, and other devices through the USB-C port.
Can I charge the battery through the USB-C port on the DJI Avata 2 aircraft?
Yes.

LightCut App

What features are supported when DJI Avata 2 is connected to the LightCut app?
Once connected to the LightCut app, users can access features such as ‌One-Tap Edit, flexible editing, templates, Sky VFX, and intelligent sound effects.

DJI FPV Remote Controller 3

What simulators can be used to practice Manual mode flight?
We recommend practicing with the following four simulators: Liftoff, Uncrashed, The Drone Racing League, and DCL.

Search for More Information

Contact Us

Online Customer Service

Monday - Sunday: 6:00 - 18:00 (PST/PDT)

Contact Online Customer Service

Hotline Service

English: +1 818 235 0789
Monday - Sunday: 6:00 - 18:00 (PST)

Phone Support Options

DJI Community

Connect with DJI enthusiasts to explore various product experiences

Join DJI Community