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DJI Goggles Racing Edition
ProGear Price:

£457.50 ex VAT
£549.00 inc VAT 6958265156137 DJI-714-830-A6D 2.0000
GBP 549.00

PGCODE: DJI-714-830-A6D

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DJI Goggles are the premiere way of viewing your drone's view without traditional restraints. With a metallic matte black visor and comfortable headband, which are both lined with material to give you an easy viewing experience. Engineered for racing, DJI Goggles RE are compatible with OcuSync video transmission modules and a camera module, which allow you to transmit signals up to 7km away with latency reaching the lows of 50ms. 

OcuSync transmits at 2.4 and 5.8 GHz dual-band signals, which can beam out 1280x960 HD video and automatic Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum allows it be used with plenty multi-rotor and fixed-wing aircraft that you might want to race with. 

With 12 selectable transmission channels, interference isn't much of an obstacle, especially with the OcuSync technology backing it up by switching channels frequently to help with these situations. When connected to a Mavic controller or extra pair of goggles, you can share the brilliance of what the pilot is seeing. 

The DJI Goggles RE utilise bottom-up processing, so that you don't need a reception module. This means that you can connect to third party flight controllers like Naze, KISS, F4 and F3. 

In Head Tracking built into the goggles can you control the gimbal camera on the drone itself by moving your head. 

There's no need to be left in the dark either, as the On Screen Display allows you to see all the information you need (battery levels, signal quality), without having to remove the headset. 

The DJI Goggles RE can even be used in conjunction with the DJI Matrice series of drones (when equipped with the OcuSync) to have the use case expanded massively on an enterprise level. With HD signals being transmitted, when performing industrial inspections and tasks with the drone, you can get a clear view of everything directly, without having to refer to a screen. This can even provide another view point with the gimbal control when performing a rescue operation too. 

But it's not just limited at drone FPV, as you can play MP4, MOV and MKV video files on the headset, with the option to view 6K 360-degree panoramas.