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DJI Crystalsky Screen’s FCC labels Might Mean That The Monitor will Start Shipping Soon

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DJI Crystal Sky Monitor

DJI has showed us it‘s new Crystalsky screen in the end of 2016, but we haven’t heard anything about it since the CES 2017.  And to be honest I’ve almost forgot about it’s existence. But here are the news again. DJI has registered Crystalsky screen (7.85) inch in FCC. Here are the labels that prove it.

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DJI Crystalsky Screen FCC label DJI Crystalsky Screen FCC label

So we might be expecting Crystalsky Screen shipping late April – early May. It’s hard to say what will be the official price but be sure it’s not going to be any cheap.

More about Crystalsky Screen

These highly visible monitors are about four times brighter than the average consumer tablet, and it has been optimized to include all the necessary outputs like HDMI to minimize bulk. The 7-inch monitor is rated to have five to six hours, whereas the 5-inch tablet is good for up to four to five hours of battery life. The 7″ Screen will have a resolution of 2048×1536 while it’s smaller 5″ version will be only 1920×1080.

These monitors are geared towards professionals, but DJI has plans to implement these new screens for universal usage between the likes of a Phantom 4 RC.  Availability, pricing and complete compatibility will be announced later this year by DJI. These complete packaged monitors will surely be something to consider in the near future.

These monitors are aesthetically pleasing, and they are equipped with some complementary features for most drones in the phantom series. The CrystalSky will come equipped with 4K video decoding, Wi-Fi, and 4G Dongle support, high precision GPS, capability to store offline maps, an operation range of  -4°F or -20°C to 104°F or 40°C, and its built-in battery is coupled with another replaceable external battery. 

One thing to note is that these new 2000 nit monitors are significantly thicker than the integrated Phantom 4 Pro plus monitors that are 1000 nit, but that’s expected because these new ones are removable. If anyone has ever bought an HDMI input monitor for their DSLR camera, then the thickness of that is comparable to the size of these new CrystalSky monitors.

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