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DJI’s unannounced FVP drone shows up in unboxing video

DJI drone.
DJI drone. (Unsplash)

In the video uploaded by “SpiderMonkey FPV” on Youtube, we see some front- and downward-facing cameras that will probably help the drone to avoid any kind of obstacles.

DJI has not yet announced its FPV (first-person-view) drone but we have been seeing the leaks since quite some time. However, this time, it has showed up in a full-fledged unboxing video. The video not just shows the quadcopter but also the controller and FPV goggles, leaving nothing to our imagination. The product is expected to see the light of the day sometime in March.

In the video uploaded by “SpiderMonkey FPV” on Youtube, we see some front- and downward-facing cameras that will probably help the drone to avoid any kind of obstacles. There’s also a large main camera mounted on the drone’s shell. Also seen is the battery, which is a tall rectangular brick.

Also read: Sony previews Airpeak drone with Alpha camera system

What’s more is that the new controller has a gamepad-like design along with grips for each hand and triggers at the back. Also visible is DJI’s detachable joysticks that slot inside each handle.

With the FPV (first-person-view) drone, DJI seems to be getting some grip in the drone racing segment. And considering the unboxing video has made it to the web, it is only a matter of time before the device officially hits the shelves.

Talking about drones, Sony recently entered the Drone market as it previewed Airpeak last month during CES 2021. Featuring the in-house Alpha mirrorless camera, the AirPeak drone is aimed at content creators including videography and photography enthusiasts. The drone showcased the technology conference came with a familiar quadcopter design. It also features two landing gear extensions that retract when in the flight.

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