About the DJI FPV Experience Combo
Put yourself in the pilot's seat
The air unit and camera can be mounted on a drone (not included) to provide immersive first-person view video.
Put yourself in the pilot's seat
There's not really a pilot's seat in a drone, but the DJI FPV Experience Combo will make you feel like you're sitting front and center as you fly. The included goggles, air unit modules, and camera work together to give you an accurate first person view while you're flying your drone. It's ideal for racing, running obstacle courses, or any similar high-speed flying.
Handy FPV air units
The combo comes with two air units, which you can use to convert two of your quadcopters (not included) for aerial FPV fun. Each air unit connects to a 1080p camera with a 150-degree field of view, which broadcasts video back to the FPV goggles. Included antennae keep commands and video flowing between the other parts of the system.
Note: Two wires must be soldered in order for the air unit to power on and link to the video system.
High resolution, low latency
When your drone is moving fast, you need to see clearly. The comfortable FPV goggles display HD images at 120 frames per second, with less than 28 milliseconds of latency. Focus mode lets you increase resolution in the all-important center of your view. Four powerful omnidirectional antennas on the goggles make sure you don't lose contact.
- includes FPV goggles and two air unit modules with HD cameras
- remote controller not included
- video resolution: 720p @ 120 fps
- four omnidirectional antennas (two per air unit)
- two-way communication stabilizes signal connections
- switchable analog and digital video transmission
- share camera views with other goggles in Audience mode
- two channel adjustment buttons for fast frequency switching
- increase resolution in the center of your view in Focus mode
- less than 28ms latency for pinpoint control at high speed
- Type C USB input (cable included) for data transfer
- records video to optional microSD card
- 150° ultra-wide lens
- three camera modes: standard, racing, and LED
- video resolution: 1080p @ 60 fps
- 8 discrete channels
- embedded remote controller receiver
- Type-C USB output
- two receiver/transmitter antennas per air unit
- some soldering required
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # DJIFPV-XPCOMBO
What's in the box:
- DJI FPV Googles:
- FPV goggles
- 4 Antennas
- 39" USB-C to USB-A cable
- 50" Power cable
- Quick Start Guide
- Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines
- DJI FPV Air Unit: 2 Air units (w/ cameras)
- 4 Antennas
- Two 8" cables
- Quick Start Guide
More details on the DJI FPV Experience Combo
DJI FPV Experience Combo: The DJI FPV Experience Combo consists of DJI FPV Goggles and two DJI FPV Air Units with DJI FPV Cameras. DJI has redefined the drone racing industry with this new Digital FPV (First Person View) System. It delivers an exceptional FPV flying experience with lower latency rates within 28ms, a 2.5 maximum wireless transmission range, and stunning HD 720p/120fps resolution.
- Each component has been programmed to operate immediately when activated and memorize initial linking with the other components, eliminating the need to pair modules or adjust parameters before each use.
- The DJI FPV Experience Combo can be used with analog image transmission via a third-party receiver, allowing users to switch between AV and digital video transmissions.
DJI HDL FPV Transmission Technology: The DJI FPV Experience Combo utilizes DJI's HDL FPV Transmission Technology for a low-latency HD-quality first person viewer experience. DJI HD Low Latency FPV Transmission technology (DJI HDL FPV Transmission) integrates two-way 5.8GHz wireless communication to deliver seamless wireless video signal transmission. DJI HDL FPV offers a low end-to-end latency of 28 milliseconds, similar to high-performance analog systems. The FPV system has a maximum transmission range of 2.5 miles while anti-interference technology brings a reliable feed to the goggles during flight. DJI's HDL FPV Transmission Technology offers eight frequency channels, which allows eight drones to fly simultaneously. With each pilot having their own channel, cross-interference is reduced, providing an optimal racing experience.
- 720/120fps Video Transmission: Most analog transmissions provide a latency between 22-35ms. The DJI HDL FPV Transmission features similar latency rates, but pairs that with a smooth 720p/120fps digital HD live view and a transmission range up to 2.5 miles.
- Anti-Interference Digital Transmission: The DJI HDL FPV Transmission technology utilizes a two-way communication system to stabilize signal connections, granting pilots more flexibility while flying through challenging areas.
- 28ms Low Latency: The DJI HDL FPV Transmission technology delivers a minimum end-to-end latency within 28ms and a stunning HD view.
- Eight 5.8GHz Channels: There are up to eight channels depending on the region (FCC: 8, CE/SRRC: 4, MIC: 3). Each channel has a bandwidth of 20 MHz. The default channel is eight and only one pilot at a time is allowed to use this channel. All channels operate under a 5.8GHz frequency.
Note: Most pilots rely on analog video transmission, which can result in poor image resolution and signal interference. On the contrary, DJI’s new HDL FPV Transmission technology ensures a smooth flying experience with a consistently stable signal connection.
Air Unit Module: The DJI FPV Air Unit is an advanced video transmission module that supports a wireless 5.8GHz digital video signal and 720p/120fps image transmission with a transmission range up to 2.5 miles and a minimum end-to-end latency within 28ms. The Air Unit can be mounted on your racing drone and used with the included FPV Goggles to transmit video wirelessly. The Air Unit comes with a wiring harness that needs to be hardwired to your racing drone (there are 6 wires that will need to be soldered). The Air Unit elevates the flying experience of your racing drone with modern innovations; like DJI's HDL FPV Transmission technology and multi-antenna technology.
- 1080p Aerial Footage: The DJI FPV Air Unit records videos at 1080p/60fps during flight onto a microSD card (sold separately), providing pilots with smooth and clear aerial footage.
- Multi-Antenna Technology: The DJI FPV Air Unit has two antennas, both of which are receivers and transmitters, ensuring broader signal coverage for reliable image transmission.
- Multiple Frequency Channels: The DJI HDL FPV Transmission system and the DJI FPV Air Unit are equipped with eight frequency channels, which allow up to eight drones to fly simultaneously. Each operator has an exclusive channel. This helps to reduce cross-interference and provide an optimal racing experience.
Note: When the DJI FPV Air Unit Module operates for extended periods and reaches a certain temperature, it will automatically enter Low Power mode, in which the frame rate will reduce to 30fps, and the latency may reach 60ms or higher.
Ultra-Wide-Angle Camera: Beyond racing, the DJI FPV Camera (attached to the Air Unit Module) also offers exceptional filming capabilities. A 150° ultra-wide-angle lens creates a dramatic and unique perspective while the 1080p or 720p footage can easily be recorded as video on a microSD card (microSD card slots located on the Air Unit Module and FPV Goggles). Four M2 screws are attached to both sides of the camera, which can be removed and used to mount the camera to your racing drone's frame and adjusted to the appropriate angle. The DJI FPV Camera provides three camera modes (Racing, Standard and LED mode) that adjust screen brightness and saturation for specific applications.
- Racing Mode: In Racing mode the image contrast increases, helping pilots to distinguish obstacles throughout the course. Racing mode is ideal for most racing situations and delivers images at a higher saturation rate to distinguish brightly-colored objects such as course obstacles.
- Standard Mode: Standard mode rescues color loss and preserves more original details, improving daytime image quality. Standard mode is ideal for capturing content by reducing color loss and preserving original details.
- LED Mode: LED mode increases the color saturation on LED lights and reduces noise during night races, allowing pilots to track the location of their Air Units easily. LED mode enables racers to operate their units easily in low light settings by increasing the color saturation and reducing image noise to help pilots efficiently keep track of their unit’s location.
FPV Goggles: The included DJI FPV Goggles are light, comfortable (can even be worn over glasses), and equipped with incredible features to create an engaging FPV flying experience. The FPV Goggles are equipped with a high-performance display and DJI HDL FPV transmission technology, with a wireless transmission range of up to 2.5 miles and a minimum end-to-end latency within 28ms. The FPV Goggles support and record in 720p/60fps and feature a 720p/120fps HD live view. Videos can be recorded and saved on the microSD card, as well as played back instantly through the DJI FPV Goggles. The DJI FPV Goggles has four omnidirectional antennas that support left-hand circular polarization, strengthening signal receiving and communication between the DJI FPV Goggles and Air Unit Module. Two durable and user-friendly channel adjustment buttons provide pilots and spectators with the convenience of changing frequency channels faster.
- Focus Mode: The DJI FPV Goggles offer a Focus and Audience Mode. In Focus mode, most of the live video bitstream is placed at the center of the video when signals worsen, providing a clearer FPV experience.
- Audience Mode: Pilots can share camera views with other DJI FPV Goggles that are set to Audience mode, allowing viewers to see what the racers see. In Audience mode, the secondary goggles utilize a one-way communication system with the Air Unit Module, which can affect the image quality and signal strength. The primary goggles will not be affected. To ensure a good viewing experience in Audience mode, please choose a good viewing spot and try to avoid blocking the signal between the secondary goggles and the Air Unit Module.
- The FPV Goggles come with a power cable, but no external power supply. You'll need to purchase a power supply (sold separately) with an input voltage of 7.4V to 17.6V.
- The antennas remain loose even after tightening to help protect the goggles if they were to fall from a high position. If the antennas were too tight, they would break upon impact.
Video Recording & Playback: The DJI Digital FPV System supports the recording of MP4 video onto a microSD card (up to 128GB). The Air Unit module and FPV Goggles each have a microSD card slot (no microSD card is included). The DJI FPV Goggles will record up to 720p/60fps video, while the DJI FPV Air Units will record 720p/120fps or 1080p/60fps video. The FPV Goggles also support playback and display of 720p video files (MP4, MOV, or MKV [H.264]) recorded onto a microSD card.
- The video transmission latency will not increase if you record videos with the DJI FPV Goggles. However, the video transmission latency will increase about 5ms if you record videos with the DJI FPV Air Unit module.
- The DJI Digital FPV System does not capture still photo images.
Dimensions: Dimensions for the DJI Air Unit , Camera, and FPV Goggles.
- Air Unit: 1.5625" (w) x 0.625" (h) x 1.875" (d)
- Camera: 1.0" (w) x 0.875" (h) x 1.25" (d)
- FPV Goggles: 7.125" (w) x 4.125" (h) x 5.0"
Caution Notes: Caution should be used when using DJI's Digital FPV System alone, with multiple users, with occupied frequencies, in direct sunlight, in high and humid temperatures, or in other countries or regions.
- Single User Applications: Follow these insturction when using the DJI Digital FPV System alone.
- Do not fly in areas with heavy signal interferences, for example, areas with strong Wi-Fi signals.
- Do not fly your aircraft too far away or at too low of an altitude.
- Disable the Wi-Fi of the external modules mounted on the aircraft to avoid signal interference.
- Signal Interference: Signal interference may occur when multiple DJI FPV Systems are operating simultaneously. To avoid this, refer to the instructions below -
- Maintain a safe distance of at least 3 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 all devices.
- Pilots should avoid using the public channel simultaneously during flight as it may result in increased signal interference, blurry live feeds, and reduced image quality.
- If the frequency channel you choose is close to another pilot's channel, ensure that your aircraft is at least 3 meters away from their goggles.
- Maintain a distance of at least 3 meters between each pair of goggles.
- If your live feed becomes blurry due to multiple pilots flying in the same area, restart your air unit.
- Occupied Frequencies: If you enter a channel that is occupied, both pilots may be temporarily switched to the public channel, causing signal interference. Additionally, both users may lose control of their aircraft and may not be able to receive live video feeds.
- Sunlight, Temperature, & Humidity: Avoid using the system in direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.
- When using the goggles in a sunlit area, avoid exposing the lenses to direct sunlight, as this may cause irreversible damage to the optics.
- The DJI FPV Air Unit can generate a large amount of heat, so do not touch the air unit directly without first allowing it to cool. Avoid using the air unit for extended periods in high-temperature environments with little ventilation. Otherwise, the air unit will become hot and enter Low Power mode, affecting its performance. When your DJI FPV Air Unit enters Low Power mode due to overheating, the frame rate and control distance will drop, the latency will increase, and videos cannot be recorded.
- Drastic changes in temperature and humidity will cause the screens or the lens cone to fog up, which is normal. Avoid using the DJI FPV Goggles in environments where temperature and humidity tend to alter significantly. If the screen or the lens cone has fogged up, place the goggles in an indoor setting at room temperature and wait until the fog disappears. Keep the DJI FPV Goggles out of hot and humid environments.
- Other Country & Regions: When using the DJI FPV System in other countries or regions, you must follow local radio regulations. Connect the DJI FPV System to DJI Assistant 2 (DJI FPV Series), and the software will automatically tune system settings according to local laws.
FAA Rules & Regulations: Please familiarize yourself with the FAA's rules & regulations for unmanned aircraft systems before flying your drone. Click here for more details.