DJI Avata 2 and Goggles 3 Specifications Unveiled

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Revolutionary Features of the DJI Avata 2

In an exclusive leak, DroneXL’s trusted source and renowned DJI insider, Güçlü Atamer, has shared detailed specifications and features of DJI’s latest innovations: the DJI Avata 2 drone and the Goggles 3. The DJI Avata 2 is poised to set new benchmarks in the Drone Industry with its advanced camera and stabilization technology.

The heart of the Avata 2 is its 1/1.3” CMOS sensor, capable of snapping still images up to 48MP. With a 155-degree field of view and an f/2.8 aperture, the camera promises unparalleled breadth and clarity in its captures. Video recording capabilities are equally impressive, supporting 4K and 2.7K formats at 60/100/120fps, and full HD at a range of slow-motion speeds up to 240fps, all in D-log M for professional-grade color grading.

DJI has further enhanced the Avata 2’s appeal with the inclusion of its RockSteady 3.0+ electronic image stabilization technology, incorporating both HorizonSteady and HorizonBalancing features to ensure the smoothest video capture possible, regardless of flight dynamics.

In terms of design, the Avata 2 maintains a compact and efficient profile, weighing 485 grams and measuring 180x216x82mm, equipped with 3” propellers. Its intelligent flight battery boasts a capacity of 3400mAh, enabling a robust flight time of up to 27 minutes with the RC Motion 2 controller, and 12-15 minutes in manual mode, catering to both casual fliers and drone enthusiasts.

Introducing the DJI Goggles 3: A Visionary Experience

Alongside the Avata 2, DJI is set to release the Goggles 3, enhancing the immersive flight experience. These goggles, weighing 420 grams, offer a high-definition view of your drone’s flight with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at a 100Hz refresh rate. The integration of DJI’s Ocusync 4 or O4 technology for video transmission ensures a seamless and lag-free viewing experience.

The Goggles 3 are not just about viewing; they can record in full HD at 60fps, allowing users to capture their flight experiences directly from their perspective. The device is powered by a 2450mAh battery, providing ample usage time, and features a diopter range of -8D to +2.0D to accommodate users with varying vision requirements.

A standout feature of the Goggles 3 is the inclusion of front-facing cameras, offering users the ability to see forward without removing the goggles, enhancing both safety and usability.

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With these latest offerings, DJI continues to innovate, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in Drone Technology and immersive flight experiences. The DJI Avata 2 and Goggles 3 are not just products; they represent a leap forward in the integration of technology and user experience, promising to captivate both seasoned drone enthusiasts and newcomers to the hobby.

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