Right here in New Zealand the DJI Digital HD FPV system is restricted to 25mW of energy. Primarily based on my flight testing right now, which means you'll begin to get pixelation and dropped frames at round 300m. For shut proximity flying or quad racing that's in all probability high-quality however I believe that the majority purchasers will wish to bump the output as much as the FCC restrict of 700mW. Listed below are a number of observations after the primary day's use:

– no perceptible latency on this fixed-wing mannequin
– very simple to arrange in case you're simply changing an analog FPV system
– regardless of the steel case it's nonetheless doable to suit it to a sub-250g aircraft
– as anticipated, the picture high quality is stunningly good
– the video goggles are comfy and maybe the most effective I've used
– with the ability to begin/cease recording on goggles and air-unit mid-flight is nice.

– I had points with the activation (what'swrong with simply having a damned change like FatSharks do?)
– you'll need to be taught to fly by dropped/frozen frames when exploring the bounds of vary
– solely 25mW out of the field in most international locations

Interim conclusion:
Bloody marvelous in case you don't have to fly past 300m, must you be restricted to 25mW.

Subsequent steps:
– bump the facility as much as 700mW
– check compatibility with analog FPV programs
– check out the googles with an analog video receiver
– and far more.

Large because of Ferntech New Zealand for lending me this gear for check functions.