The best feature that sets the DJI Goggles apart from plain old video goggles is the inclusion of head tracking - so when you turn your head, the Goggles send the motion data to the drone’s gimbal. So when you look right the camera looks right too. This is incredibly cool and reminds us of the head-tracking targeting in military craft like the Apache helicopter.
Leo – DFH Software Engineer
Immersive FPV, a pair of 1920×1080 HD screens and a head tracking feature, enabling you to look at the world from above.
if you are investing in a compatible DJI drone you’d be silly to use another FPV product. The choice with any other sort of drone is less clear. Since the Goggles have an HDMI input, you can technically use it with non-DJI drones. As long as you’re OK with losing head-tracking. But then, why not just get traditional FPV glasses?
The fact of the matter is that the DJI Goggles are really in a product category of one at the moment. If you’re a DJI person they are a no-brainer, the rest might want to wait until something else comes along.
7 in stock, more coming
Free shipping ($13.95) Australia wide
factory sealed box & Australian warranty