DJI Goggles RE Are What Racers Have Been Dreaming Of

DJI Goggles RE

The pictures within this post were meant to offer you a glimpse of what the DJI Goggles RE look like. Feel free to consider yourselves impressed, as the updated goggles from DJI  designed to make racers all over enjoy their experience towards the podium.

Similar in design to the original DJI Goggles, this edition features a matte black color scheme with red leather padding on the headband. Looking sleek and stylish, these goggles also benefit from some technical updates as well – and you don’t need to own a DJI-made drone to use these.

DJI Goggles RE Drone

Video streaming relies on the OcuSync Video Transmission Module, which means 12 transmission channels and automatic Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum transmission. With a control range of 7 kilometers and a transmission resolution of 1280×960, things are looking good. A set of DJI Googles RE or an extra Mavic Pro Controller may be connected to the OcuSync transmitter.

How cool is that? It is also worth mentioning that the goggles support a number of different third-party flight controllers, including F3, F4, KISS, and Naze. Aimed at drone racing fans, the DJI Goggles RE will quickly make their way across other industries as well, such as search and rescue operations or building inspections.

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By the end of November, the DJI Goggles RE will be available for $549; however, a combo pack comprising an OcuSync Air System and a DJI Goggles Carry More Backpack will set you back as much as $859. Are you reading this, Santa?

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