DJI FPV FAQ – Everything You Need to Know

DJI FPV FAQ – Everything You Need to Know

Flight safety

  1. Please do not fly in areas with strong interference, such as areas with many Wi-Fi networks.
  2. Please do not fly the aircraft too far away or too low.
  3. Make sure you are flying the aircraft in a safe and open area. For more details, please also familiarize yourself with local laws and regulations.
  4. Always follow local laws and regulations when flying with FPV goggles.
  5. It is recommended that you update all relevant firmware prior to your flight to ensure you have the latest information on restricted flight areas.

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If several DJI FPV systems are operated simultaneously, signal interference can occur. To avoid this, please follow the rules below:

  1. Keep a safe distance of three meters between the aircraft. Switch on the devices one after the other and set the frequency channel. Assign a fixed channel to each pilot.
  2. If the image transfer loses resolution, please restart the device.
  3. If your chosen frequency channel is near another pilot’s channel, make sure your aircraft is a safe distance from their goggles.
  4. Please keep a safety distance of three meters between the goggles.
    If the image transmission loses resolution during a flight with several pilots in the vicinity, please restart the aircraft.

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If you are using the DJI FPV for the first time in a new country or region, make sure you know and follow local radio frequency laws and regulations.
Use the goggles to connect to the DJI Fly app and the software will automatically adjust the system settings to comply with local laws and regulations.

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  1. Please observe the local laws and regulations.
  2. Always pay attention to messages or warnings on the screen during the flight. 3. When using the goggles, avoid exposing the screen to direct sunlight as this could damage it.

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  1. Before takeoff, make sure the propellers are properly installed, the sensors are properly calibrated, the batteries are fully charged and that there are no obstacles around the aircraft, such as B. pedestrians, buildings or trees.
  2. Determine in advance a safe landing area with a flat surface that is away from the water and make sure that there are no pedestrians or obstacles nearby. Also, make sure the aircraft is in N mode in preparation for landing.
  3. Before your first flight, make sure that you have read all relevant official product information and tutorials in order to be familiar with all work processes and safety requirements.

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Aircraft

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See the latest firmware updates for compatibility information.

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Yes. The DJI FPV has additional downward-facing LED lighting.

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Yes. It uses GPS + GLONASS + GALILEO.

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N-mode and S-mode support automatic hovering using the VIO + TOF + GPS system.

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The DJI FPV aircraft has forward and downward vision sensors that automatically detect objects and can brake them when flying in N mode. However, there is no automatic obstacle avoidance function. When obstacles are detected, the aircraft slows down but does not stop completely unless the pilot controls it.

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When shooting at 50 or 100 fps, a field of view of 150 ° is available. For other frame rates, the field of view is 142 °.

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Videos with up to 4K / 60fps are supported in HD mode. Videos with up to 1080p / 120fps are supported in low latency mode.

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No. You can connect it to a computer with a USB-C cable to read the microSD card, or launch DJI Assistant 2 for firmware updates.

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If the DJI FPV is used frequently in a short period of time and there is no signal interference, it takes about 20 seconds to search for and find a GPS signal. If the DJI FPV is not used frequently, this process may take longer. It is recommended that you do not fly until a sufficient number of GPS satellites have been found.

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The DJI FPV has a maximum transmission range of 10 km (FCC: 10 km, SRRC: 6 km, MIC: 6 km, CE: 6 km). With no obstacles or interference and FCC compliant.
Notes: The information on the maximum flight range is an approximation for the strength and resilience of the radio connection and does not refer to the battery power.

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Googles

DJI FPV Goggles only support 5.8 GHz, while DJI FPV Goggles V2 supports both 2.4 and 5.8 GHz and can choose the frequency automatically. In some regions, the use of frequencies is restricted by law, so that only 2.4 GHz can be used.

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The latency between image capture and playback on the goggles is less than 28 ms in low latency mode and 40 ms in HD mode.

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The goggles can only record footage with a resolution of 810p / 60fps and RockSteady image stabilization is not supported.
Recordings with the camera in the aircraft support up to 4K / 60fps and RockSteady image stabilization.

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No, only the recording of broadcast footage (excluding information from the on-screen display) is supported.

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The standard XT60 power cord supports charging with third-party batteries. The voltage input is 11.1 – 25.2 V.
The USB-C cable can only be used with the battery of the goggles. Power banks or other third party chargers are not supported.

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Connect the goggles to the battery of the DJI FPV Goggles using a power cord. Briefly press and hold the power button once to turn it on or off. To avoid short circuits, do not turn on the goggles when the glasses are not connected to the battery.

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Yes, it can transmit the aircraft’s stereo sound in real time.

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Yes, if the glasses are connected to your smartphone, you can use the DJI Fly app to activate the aircraft, the goggles and the remote control and update the respective firmware. You can also play or download the footage.

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You can connect the glasses to your smartphone using OTG, USB-C and Lightning cables.
Please note that the glasses only support standard USB-C protocols and MFI-certified Lightning cables and that non-standard cables such as the Huawei fast-charging cable are currently not supported.

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Remote control

The DJI FPV Remote Control 2 supports two frequency bands. It is also smaller and handier than the previous model and has an ergonomic design that is more comfortable to hold.

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Yes. You can connect the remote control to a computer with a USB-C cable and start DJI Assistant 2 to update the firmware.

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Entire FPV system

Pair the aircraft with the goggles and then with the remote control. Read the DJI FPV pairing tutorial if you run into problems or need more detailed information or instructions.

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For information on activating DJI FPV after purchase, see the quick start guide and app instructions.

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Before connecting the goggles to the DJI Fly app to update the firmware, make sure that the aircraft, goggles, and remote control are properly connected and that all devices have sufficient battery power.

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Features of the aircraft

See the latest firmware updates for compatibility information.

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Yes. The DJI FPV comes with forward and downward facing sensors. The aircraft automatically brakes when it detects objects in N mode. However, it does not fully brake unless the pilot inputs this command via the remote control.

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Yes. You can emit the start tone as a signal and set a shortcut on the remote control (if the aircraft is still connected). You can also use the function when the glasses are connected to the DJI Fly app.
If you lose connection with the aircraft during flight, you can view the last 30 seconds recorded on the glasses before they were disconnected (a microSD card must be inserted in the glasses for this to work). The video is cached on the glasses microSD card and is not automatically uploaded to the online platform or the cloud.

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In the glasses view, select Settings> Controls> Remote control and activate M mode. Also, adjust the rear screw so that the thrust stick does not automatically re-center itself. This provides more precise control and a better flight experience.
When the aircraft is in M mode, it will not automatically hover. Please practice in the DJI flight simulator before flying in M mode.

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Functions of the Google

See the latest firmware updates for compatibility information.

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See the latest firmware updates for compatibility information.

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Open the camera settings page and enable camera calibration and distortion correction.

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Remote control functions

See the latest firmware updates for compatibility information.

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If the remote control is connected to the aircraft and the goggles, you can select mode 1 or mode 2 in the settings of the goggles.

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Yes. Open the protective cover on the back of the remote control and adjust the screw for the thrust control stick according to your personal requirements.

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Assembly and settings of the aircraft

Install the propellers according to the markings on the aircraft and propellers and follow the instructions in the quick start guide.

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You can swap out the top cover, gimbal camera, and chassis. Further information can be found in the corresponding DJI FPV tutorials.

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Assembly and settings of the aircraft

Yes, the interpupillary distance can be adjusted between 58 and 70 mm.

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No. However, you can buy corrective lenses and attach them to the glasses.

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Yes. The foam padding of the DJI FPV Goggles V2 is currently available in two sizes. It is not recommended to remove the upholstery too often.
If the upholstery is damaged, new upholstery can be ordered from the DJI Online Store.

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Changes in temperature and humidity can cause the screens or lenses to fog up. This is normal. Avoid using the DJI FPV Goggles V2 in environments where temperature and humidity are extreme or varied.
If the screens or lenses are fogged up, move the glasses to a normal temperature room and wait until they don’t fog up. The DJI FPV Goggles V2 should not be used in hot and humid environments.

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If you feel dizzy or uncomfortable during the flight, it is recommended that you land safely and remove your glasses. If you feel very unwell, please consult a doctor.

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