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DJI Goggles Racing Edition

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Since the new goggles are designed similar to the original, the heavy front weight issue is still there. The DJI Goggles Racing Edition are actually seven grams heavier at 502 grams. This may not seem like a big deal, but if pilots are flying for an extended time with the new goggles, then some neck strain may occur.

DJI Goggles Racing Edition

DJI Goggles Racing Edition Main Differences

1.) DJI Goggles Racing Edition has 5.8 GHz, so pilots can utilize the less used signal to connect to their drone.

2.) The Omnidirectional internal antennas have also been redesigned for better connectivity

3.) It is equipped with lower video transmission latency for better flight control. FPV racers will mostly benefit from this new feature since they require uninterrupted video feed to perform extreme aerial maneuvers.

4.) It has support for any frequency within 5650-5925 MHz, it also has a micro SD slot for storing recorded videos

5.) Digital video can be saved on the micro-SD slot

6.) Local video playback and 360 panorama viewing can be used with the goggles.

7.) The facial pad has been redesigned to be more comfortable

DJI Goggles Racing Edition

DJI Goggles Racing Edition can also be matched to any robot, RC or UAV when paired with DJI’s new Ocusync Air Unit. Once the unit is attached to a remote controlled vehicle, DJI Goggles Racing Edition can pick up that signal.

DJI Goggles Racing Edition

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