DJI Viewfinder Goggles

Apr 26, 2017

Category: Tech

Up until now, the phrase ‘eyes in the sky’ was just an expression. Now, a literal interpretation of the cliche can be executed thanks to the DJI Goggles enabling you to view the world in all its glory from above. Just pair them with either the Mavic, Phantom or Inspire drones for a fully immersive POV flight experience.

Inside the VR headset is a pair of 1920 x 1080 HD screens and a head tracking feature. Yes, that means you can control the camera mounted on your drone with the simple movement of your head. And not only do you get to see what the camera sees, you do so with high-quality optics that can be viewed for up to 6 hours per charge. The use of a beam splitter also prevents any image overlap – resulting in a full HD resolution per eye – and a touch pad and remote controller give you access to key features within the goggles. Also, each pair comes with an Intelligent Flight Mode for a personal realistic flight simulation experience. Available now for pre-order.

Purchase: $449

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