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      News — FPV

      Did you see these new DJI products?

      Did you see these new DJI products?

      Written by Daryl-Leigh Preuss

      We've seen some interesting new product releases from DJI via their Facebook page. Unlike the previous release(s) announcing the Matrice M200 series, Inspire 2 & Phantom 4 Pro range, or even the release of the Mavic we've had to keep our eye on social media for these new additions. Take a look at these new products (listed in order of the most recent): 

      DJI Goggles:

      See the world through the eyes of a drone using the new DJI Goggles! Amazing views as if you were right there. Turn the camera by turning your head with the option of 720p/60fps and close range 1080p/30fps viewing.

      • Type: FPV (First Person View)
      • Ultra high quality screens
      • Long range
      • Low lag wireless connectivity
      • Photo and video capture
      • Intelligent Flight Mode support
      • Immersive experience
      • Ergonomic design
      • Up to 6 hours operation time
      • Compatible with Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 series and Inspire series

      You can read more about the Goggles here. Get yours at Action Gear!

      DJI Tracktenna:

      Released roughly 6am 24 April 2017 via DJI Facebook

      Signal loss is a common problem when it comes to obstructions and magnetic interference. With the new DJI Tracktenna, it gives you perfect signal strength with boosted gain and automatic repositioning.

      • Signal reception is 32 times stronger
      • 100 times reduced interference
      • Long distance flying can now reach up to 10km
      • Compatible with the Cendence remote controller (see below), Matrice 200 Series and Inspire 2

      You can see the full specs on the DJI product page.

      DJI Cendence:

      Released roughly 5am 24 April 2017 via DJI Facebook

      With over ten customizable buttons, five analog control channels and antenna interchangability, the new DJI Cendence, along with the DJI Tracktenna, can augment the power of DJI Lightbridge technology increasing overall anti-interference and video downlink quality.

      • Multi-drone compatibility
      • Flexible and Efficient design
      • Customizable buttons
      • New LCD display

      You can see the full specs on the DJI product page.

      DJI Ronin 2:

      Released roughly 4am 24 April 2017 via DJI Facebook

      Able to support a wider range of cameras, the Ronin 2 can resist high winds and moves smoothly when mounted to a car. A detachable grip allows the Ronin 2 to stand on it's own as well as enhanced intelligence to make professional shots easy. (Panorama; Timelapse; CamAnchor)

      • Compatible with cable cams; drones; cranes; Steadicams and more
      • Dual battery system
      • Effortless transitions between scenes

      You can see the full specs on the DJI product page.

      If you see anything else being released, feel free to get in touch or tag us on Facebook! You're also welcome to let us know how you feel about these latest releases from DJI in the comment section below & if you're keen to get them.

      The new FPV Goggles from DJI

      The new FPV Goggles from DJI

      Written by David Russel Davies

      The new DJI Goggles

      They're finally here!! The DJI Goggles boast the new Ocusync transmission system,  pair of  large high quality HD screens, long range transmitters, low latency (110ms), built in touch pad and intelligent flight modes. 

      You can also read about the release of the Ronin2, Tracktenna & Cendence here.

      Compatible with the Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 Series and the Inspire Series.

      The DJI goggles will give you that amazing immersive birds eye experience. With a South African recommended retail price of R9,099.00 make sure to pre-order your DJI goggles now. 

      Shipping  & Delivery dates to be confirmed.

      Contact us as per details below:
      Tel: 011 781 1323

      I’m surprised its taken DJI this long to bring out their own FPV goggles. Its something we expected with the release of the Inspire 2. Yes they’ve taken their time but when you look at the DJI Goggles closely you appreciate why. From the built in touch pad to the head tracking feature they are pretty dam impressive! Well done DJI you’ve rocked our rotors once again!

      Choose a menu & confirm

      Power Button:
      Turn the Goggles on & off

      Function Button:
      Enter Focus Mode & Other

      Normal 2K drone goggles are two screens split into two 1280 X 1140 screens, one for each eye. When you view this in 16:9 some parts of the image are cut off leaving only a quarter of the pixels. DJI goggles have two 1920 X 1080 providing twice the resolution of normal screens.

      With the new Head tracking feature your head movements control the camera yaw and tilt. You just need to turn your head left or right to move the camera. In head tracking gimbal mode only the camera move without changing the yaw.

      The goggles work perfectly with DJI’s new intelligent flight modes. In fixed wing mode the aircraft doesn’t turn left or right but instead flies forward with enough rotational movement for a realistic flight simulation.

      In head tracking mode you’ll be able to fully control the Mavic Pro for a real flight experience, much like 360 flight experience.

      An AR trajectory feature in fixed wing mode allows safer flight in more complex environments.

      Over and beyond hobbyist needs there’ll certainly be some commercial applications. Getting clearer live pictures when inspecting electrical lines, roofs, surveying mines might provide that extra edge and save you that second flight.



      Goggles: 495 g
      Headband: 500 g


      Goggles: 195×155×110 mm
      Headband(Folded): 255×205×92 mm


      85° (single screen)

      Screen Size

      5 inch×2

      Interpupillary Distance Range

      58 – 70 mm

      Refresh rate

      60 Hz

      Screen Resolution

      3840×1080 (single screen: 1920×1080)

      Operating Frequency

      2.4 GHz

      Max. Transmission Distance

      Same as the aircraft connected

      Video Downlink Resolution

      1080p30, 720p60, 720p30

      Video Downlink Latency at least

      (Near field and free of interference)

      110 ms (Mavic Pro, 720p60, video format: 720p120)
      150 ms (Phantom 4 series, 720p60, video format: 720p60/720p120)
      140 ms (Inspire 2+X5S, 720p60, video format: 1080p120)
      190 ms (Inspire 2+X4S, 720p60, video format: 1080p60)

      Battery Capacity

      9440 mAh

      Battery Energy

      35.44 Wh

      Max Operating Time

      6 hrs

      Operating Temperature Range

      32°F (0°C) - 104°F (40°C)

      I/O Interface

      Micro USB, 3.5mm audio jack, HDMI type-D, Micro SD card slot

      HDMI Supported

      HDMI 1.4b, HDCP 1.4


      Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor


      Input: 100-240VAC, 50/60 Hz. 0.5A
      Output: 5V,3A ; 9V,2A;12V,1.5A


      For more information contact us or phone us 011 781 1323


      Drift Cars Being Chased by a Racing Drone

      Drift Cars Being Chased by a Racing Drone

      If you have the need for speed both on a track and in the air, then this action packed video is for you. Watch this high speed drift car twist and turn around the track with smooth perfection while being chased by a racing drone. Brilliant driving from the driver and the pilot.