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New DJI Goggles RE Are Made For Drone Racers!

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DJI Goggles RE

The DJI Goggles RE (Racing Edition) were just announced today on DJI’s official press release, and it comes in an all-new metallic matte black color with a reconstructed high-quality red leather padding. The new FPV headset has a 50 ms latency rating, so it is faster than the original DJI Goggles. The new goggles are compatible with the Spark, Inspire 2, Phantom 4 series, Mavic Pro, and it’ll work with any DIY drone or aircraft when paired with DJI’s new external OcuSync Air Unit and camera module. For analogue users, the DJI Goggles RE also has a built-in 5.8 Ghz receiver, which means it supports racing quads!

Main Differences of the DJI Goggles RE

DJI Goggles RE are geared towards drone racers or anyone who wants the least amount of lag during their flights. The new FPV goggles has an SMA port for analog transmission. When the DJI Goggles RE are paired with the OcuSync Air unit, it can switch up to 12 channels through its dual band 2.4 GHz and 5.8 Ghz frequencies. DJI’s new goggles and module combo can also be connected to any radio controlled vehicle or robot to provide real-time video back to the pilot.

DJI OcuSync Camera Module

The separately purchased OcuSync Camera module is made to be paired with the OcuSync Air unit. The OcuSync Camera has a 148 ° FOV, and it has a 1/3″ image sensor. Its global shutter sensor also eliminates the notorious jello effect most FPV racers have.

DJI Goggles RE

Price and Availability

The DJI Goggles RE alone costs $549. The new goggles plus the Carry More Backpack costs $609. The DJI Goggles RE Combo, which includes the goggles, DJI OcuSync Air System and one DJI Goggles Carry More Backpack, costs $859. Shipping for the new modules and goggles will start at the end of November.

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