The remote controller weighs about 346 g.
The DJI FPV Goggles V2 weigh about 420 g.
With propellers: 255 × 312 × 127 mm
Without propellers: 178 × 232 × 127 mm
Aircraft shell: PA66 & 30% CF (nylon 66 & carbon fiber)
Aircraft Arm: PA6 & 40% GF (nylon 6 & glass fiber)
When the DJI FPV drone is not equipped with a microSD card, but the Goggles V2 is equipped with a microSD card, you can cache and record a video on the Goggles V2.
2. Check the sticker on the battery compartment of the drone.
3. Turn on the DJI FPV drone and Goggles V2. After the link is completed, press the 5D button to enter the "Menu" -> "Settings" -> "About", and you will see the flight control serial number.
Two indicators are located on the front part of the front landing gears.
Four indicators are located on the rear parts of the four motors.
Four indicators are located on the rear parts of the four aircraft arms.
For example, "A" propellers with red marks should be mounted onto "A" motor propeller mounts, which have red arcs on the outer ring.
"B" propellers without marks should be mounted onto the "B" motor propeller mounts that don't have red arcs.
When the DJI FPV drone's vision sensors detect obstacles ahead or below, the aircraft will slow down but will not brake automatically. You can manually control the aircraft to stop or avoid obstacles during the deceleration process.
When in M/S mode, the DJI FPV drone cannot detect anything, and it cannot slow down or brake.
1. Remove the gimbal protector, unscrew the four screws (which are relatively long), and then remove the gimbal protective cover.
2. Unscrew the four screws securing the left and right external shell.
3. Remove the four screws securing the gimbal (which are relatively short) and the two (silver) screws securing the gimbal flexible flat cable.
4. Gently lift the gimbal fixing piece, remove the gimbal flexible flat cable clip, and remove the gimbal.
5. Close the gimbal cable clip, fit the gimbal fixing piece in place, and secure it with two screws.
6. Secure the gimbal with four screws.
7. Mount the gimbal shell and gimbal protector.
8. The replacement is complete.
Maximum photo size: 3840 x 2160
4K: 3840 x 2160, 50/60 fps
FHD: 1920 x 1080, 50/60/100/120 fps
810p@120fps and 810p@60fps
5.725 to 5.850 GHz
The flight height limit in all flight modes is 500 meters.
You can also use DJI Assistant 2 to update the firmware package of the DJI FPV.
In this case, please reconnect to the Internet to download and update the firmware.
1. The remaining battery level is less than 43%.
2. The aircraft or remote controller is powered off during the update process. In this case, please power on the aircraft and update again.
3. The network connection stops when downloading the firmware package.
4. If the drone firmware update fails after multiple tries, or if the drone fails to link to the remote controller, it is possible that the firmware version of the aircraft and that of the remote controller are inconsistent. We recommend that you use DJI Assistant 2 to update the aircraft and the remote controller to the latest version separately.
If the frames of your glasses are large, you have to replace them with glasses that have small frames before using the DJI FPV Goggles V2. Lenses that can be mounted on the Goggles are available at DJI Store.
The two antennas at the upper part of the goggles are able to receive and send signals, and the other two at the lower part of the goggles can only receive signals.
Note: The upper and lower antennas can be mounted interchangeably, and the sending and receiving logic will not change.
If you choose to use a third-party battery, the charging voltage should range from 11.1 to 25.2 V.
(If the user makes a detailed inquiry about this question, reply to them that third-party antennas are not completely compatible with the DJI FPV Googles V2, and their safety and stability cannot be guaranteed.)
Note: The DJI FPV Goggles V2 corrective lens is not cross-compatible with that of the DJI Goggles.
After connecting the DJI FPV drone or the Goggles V2 to the computer, a removable disk will pop up. Click the disk icon and you can see the videos stored in the microSD card.
If a video name starts with "DJIG", the video was shot by DJI FPV Goggles V2. If a video name starts with "DJIU", the video was captured by the DJI FPV drone.
1. The DJI FPV Goggles V2 support playing videos that are not shot by the DJI FPV drone, and you can connect headphones to the goggles to hear the sounds of these other videos.
2. They can receive (AV) audio/visual signals from electronic equipment. When the DJI FPV Goggles 2 are connected to a third-party analog image transmission receiver, the audio port is used to receive analog image transmission signals.
The DJI FPV drone only supports sound recording when shooting a 1080p video at 60 fps. You will be unable to hear the sounds recorded by the DJI FPV drone in real time, but you can hear the sounds when playing back the video on the DJI FPV Goggles V2.