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DJI FPV Combo – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Camera, S Flight Mode, Super-Wide 150° FOV, HD Low-Latency Transmission, Emergency…

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DJI FPV Combo – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Camera, S Flight Mode, Super-Wide 150° FOV, HD Low-Latency Transmission, Emergency…
DJI FPV Combo – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Camera, S Flight Mode, Super-Wide 150° FOV, HD Low-Latency Transmission, Emergency…



  • IMMERSIVE FLIGHT EXPERIENCE: Feel the thrill of immersive flight provided by the DJI FPV Goggles V2 and DJI FPV’s super-wide 150° FOV, giving you an ultra-smooth, real-time view of your flight.
  • 4K/60FPS VIDEO: The DJI FPV aircraft can record 4K/60fps video at up to 120 Mbps, capturing crisp details that make footage look as exhilarating as the flight.
  • BRAND-NEW S MODE: Get the dynamic look of FPV footage easily in S mode. This hybrid flight mode combines the freedom of flying manually with the simplified controls of previous DJI drones.
  • ADVANCED SAFETY FEATURES: An auxiliary bottom light, Smart Return to Home (RTH), Low Battery RTH, and forward and downward obstacle sensing are all integrated into DJI FPV to help ensure a safe flight, even at high speeds.
  • OCUSYNC 3.0 TRANSMISSION SYSTEM: Enjoy crystal-clear real-time and HD Low-Latency Transmission video, even at distances of up to 6.2 miles.

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Specification: DJI FPV Combo – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Camera, S Flight Mode, Super-Wide 150° FOV, HD Low-Latency Transmission, Emergency…


12.83 x 7.99 x 10.51 inches


1.75 pounds




1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


2021, March 2



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8 reviews for DJI FPV Combo – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Camera, S Flight Mode, Super-Wide 150° FOV, HD Low-Latency Transmission, Emergency…

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  1. Mark M.

    First Flight impressions from a long time Phantom and Mavic pilot of the FPV drone. I’ve been flying a Phantom since getting a Phantom 2 back in 2014. I’ve flown extreme environments on the open ocean and from over 10,000 feet at the caldron of a volcano. I’ve become quite comfortable with using those DJI drones. I’ve gained trust in the DJI flight software and capabilities of the drones. Because of that, I’ve been able to capture some beautiful moments in my travels that I could never have imagined without drone photography. I learned to fly manual on toy drones in the beginning, but, quickly adapted to DJI’s GPS technology. After 3 batteries today I find the FPV to be a familiar performing DJI drone, however, it demands respect.

    Extremely fast even in “Normal” mode, the FPV is very responsive compared to any Phantom or Mavic. Care should be taken, if like myself, you’ve never used Goggles and losing sight of the drone before takeoff is a little disconcerting. Your seeing everything through the Goggles that the drone see’s, a’la, First Person View. The Goggles transmission is so crystal clear it’s like your using your own eyes and suddenly your wondering why you can’t move your head to see the drone?

    In the air it shoots to 62 mph in “Sport” in a thought. No buildup or lag, it’s a Ferrari compared to Phantoms and Mavics. Be respectful of that acceleration and speed. I would recommend getting it a 100 feet or more above the tallest thing you might hit and fly it around. Bank it, dive and climb. The Goggles are so crystal clear you literally feel like a bird in the sky. It’s so good some banks and turns gave me a twinge of motion sickness. The illusion of flight is real!

    Flight time was about 12 minutes for me with each of 3 batteries. Of course, I was flying in “Sport” as fast as it would go untill the battery level got low. There is no 30% warning default like a Phantom or Mavic of low battery. Keep a close eye on your battery before the FPV goes RTH on you for low battery. Good news is that my 1st battery was fully charged in 30 minutes from 20% and ready to use after my third battery was used up.

    Goggles are very impressive! WoW! So clear and immersive. The Ocusync 3.0 is really good. No interference or latency at over 6000 feet from my position. Really impressive range in any direction. This drone is not a marathon runner like a Mavic Pro or Phantom 4 Pro 2.0, but, it’s not because it would lose connection. At all times the transmission of video from the drone to the Goggles was perfect! I saw a buzzard in the air riding the current and I got close, it seemed like it was really next to me. I’m blown away by these FPV Goggles!

    I also got to see the the ADS system in operation as it alerted me a aircraft was approaching. It’s frightening when you 1st see it in your Goggles! I stopped the drone, never saw the aircraft and kept the FPV low. I’m not sure how far away a aircraft has to be before it’s triggered but I never saw or heard a plane. The system definitely works, just don’t panic when it happens and put your FPV in “Normal” mode and keep your altitude low.

    I know that FPV drone flight is like a art form for FPV pilots. It takes hours and months of practice and flying to become competent and only a few can fly like Tom Cruise in Top Gun. However, that’s the trap you must avoid if like myself, you’ve only flown Phantoms and Mavics. The DJI FPV drone is familiar in alot of ways, just don’t start thinking it’s the same. It’s not. It’s very quick and fast with extremely responsive movement. I know I’m going to be using the DJI Fpv simulator for some time before I begin entertaining thoughts of putting my FPV in manual mode. And when I do, I’m hoping to fly above a field of marshmallows.

    Finally, my first day flying the DJI FPV drone was Epic! I haven’t felt this excited about a drone or as anxious about what would happen since the first time I flew my Phantom 2. It’s capabilities as a video centric camera is limited only by the pilots imagination and skill. Just remember the immortal words of the Instructor to Maverick in Top Gun, “Don’t let your Ego write checks that your A** can’t cash!” (and if you do, I hope you got Care Refresh)

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  2. Debbie Roberts

    Amazing video quality (in goggles and recorded)
    Incredible range
    Cool sensors, RTH, and Turtle Mode
    Great for recording action video (such as recording other race drones or sporting events)

    Completely proprietary (drone must use included goggles and transmitter)
    Transmitter cannot be used with anything else (even the DJI Air unit or Caddx Vista)
    Goggles can be used with DJI Air unit but will lose pairing with the FPV drone (can only pair one or the other)
    Not agile enough to be a competitive race drone
    Have to download an app on a mobile phone and digitally register/update all three components before the product will work
    BIGGEST ISSUE: DJI will not sell necessary parts to the public if it crashes!!! WHAT???!!!

    In summation, DJI considers this a race drone but if you are racing you will crash and need to replace parts. It is just part of the hobby, and this is true even if you aren’t racing. DJI won’t sell necessary parts. I’ve been flying RC for over 25 years and the hobby shop owner who sold me my first plane said “Remember one thing. It’s not a matter of if you crash, it’s a matter of when. So I’ll see you soon.” I saw him again the next week. The point is that in any RC hobby you need to fix/modify/work on your own equipment. DJI robs you of that. Their only answer is that if you need a repair you must send in your drone. They will charge you $65 to assess the damage and then will charge you for parts, labor, and return shipping. They also will not give you estimates before you send it to them, even if you explain what needs to be replaced. I lost video while flying one day and cut the throttle. The drone dropped probably about 20 ft. I tried through several emails, chats, and phone conversations to convince them to sell me the parts I need (literally only need a small LED board and an arm cap that screws on underneath the motor (quad still flies fine) and they flat out refused to do so. In addition, it seems that the customer service reps really don’t know anything about their product. DJI has developed some amazing technology for racers and hobbyists in the areas of digital video quality with low latency, but it isn’t worth supporting a company who dictates that we are not allowed to fix a product we paid for and own. This is more of an expensive toy and not a race drone.

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  3. Steve Volk

    Lo compre basado en lo que dice DJI sobre la duración ficticia de 20 mins de la batería, que cuando uno empieza a investigar es en condiciones ideales, sin viento, etc.
    al ver reviews en Youtube ví que en realidad vuela de 6 a 12 minutos cuando mucho.
    En el que me llegó, nunca pude conectar el celular al dron siquiera para poder utilizar el simulador, me marcaba un error de conexión, y también tenía falla en la batería de goggles.
    se siente muy pesado, es estorboso en la mochila, y ciertamente en un golpe, por el mismo peso se van a romper brazos y gimbal que están muy débiles.

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  4. Anthony K.

    Calling it an FPV drone is a little misleading. It’s heavy, expensive, and fragile for an FPV drone with FPV control settings. With that being said, there are normal and sport modes (apart from manual control) that are much safer to use, and that combined with the incredible range and image fidelity makes this drone amazing for exploration and videography purposes. Documentation on repairability is a little sparse at the moment but it’s probably better to play it safe and get the $200 insurance package that DJI offers which comes with 2 replacements over a 1 year period.

    I’m seeing a few other reviews on here of people having technical difficulties with setting up the goggles or their iPhones, and I can verify that the software works with an iPhone 12 pro which is the phone that I am currently using. Setting up the software is a bit tricky and requires all the components to be charged and you have to connect to the goggles using the usb to usb c adapter provided. It does a signal conversion with the adapter itself.

    Additionally the goggles ask you for the language setting upon turning them on for the first time. DJI should probably do a better job with documenting the specific configuration steps, as I found the Quickstart guide to be confusing, which may have led to the some of the issues that people are seeing with the initial configuration.

    All in all, it’s a bit of an experience to setup this drone but it’s great for distance flying and exploration. If that’s your thing or you already have sport FPVs and want to get something for longer flights–and don’t mind the additional cost–this is a great pick.

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  5. Mark M.

    Motors stopped after flying for 1 minute on a full battery, drone fell from the sky a few blocks from my house. Sent video with audio of motors stopping to Amazon and DJI as well as the flight logs. Clear day, no wind, full battery, moving at 10mph at about 200 ft. Now awaiting DJIs analysis of the defective drone so I can get my replacement, already been waiting 11 days…

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  6. Master of disaster

    I’ve been a certified drone operator for nearly 7 years, however this was my first FPV drone.

    For those looking to get into the FPV game, this can be a safer start instead of building your own.

    Take your time with the drone and practice on DJI’s simulator app before going into manual (acrobat or more commonly known as “acro” mode). The time spent learning this thing the right way means you won’t crash it on day one.

    For an FPV drone, the battery time is pretty solid. The FPV Goggles are excellent and the drone is fun to fly.

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  7. Master of disaster

    Could not wait for this thing to arrive. A few things for first time fpv/dji flyers.

    It is really important to note that training via FPV simulator is extremely important and DJI does not have an app for android users and you will have to settle for plugging your controller into your PC and using a program by another company. Someone said that it handles “horribly” which I strongly disagree with

    If you think it’s 1 battery is enough , think again. You will get 10-15 minutes per battery

    I would not worry about the extra bells and whistles like the motion controller until you know what you’re doing. I am so intimidated by this drone in sport mode that I practice with just the regular remote

    Check flight rules for drones in your area. This thing is incredibly fun but you can some serious damage if you dont fly it properly.

    Last thing. Use YouTube tutorials. Super helpful

    Have fun

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  8. Ben

    I was very excited to get my new drone. Everything looked perfect until I turned on the new V2 goggles. I noticed right away the goggles menu was set to Chinese. After downloading the latest firmware, I spent hours on YouTube, and different forums trying to rectify the problem myself. After a fruitless, exasperating, search I finally called the DJI support line for help more than once. They were very friendly, but didn’t have any solutions for me either. Since I can’t read Chinese I had no chance of setting up the goggles to fly. I am very disappointed as I was looking very forward to starting my new fpv hobby.

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