DJI Goggle First Impressions Video:
Are the new DJI Goggles worth it? Find out all the cool new features and the pros and cons in our in-depth DJI Goggle Review.

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We were able to test out the DJI Goggles and were blown away by the capabilities of this technology, so we wanted to share our thoughts and what we liked the most about them.

Our rating: 9 out of 10
What we enjoyed about the DJI Goggles:

Although bigger than the Mavic Pro, they didn’t feel bulky or big;
They fit whether your noggin is small or large;
They fit high on the forehead and lower on the back of the head;
The DJI Goggles are breathable;
Fit well over all glasses;
The screens are adjustable to your eye distance;

Two screens on their optics carry almost double the resolution than a single screen design.
You can see crisp detail—almost forget you’re looking through goggles.
Latency is not a limiting factor with Ocusync technology while wearing the goggles.
You don’t experience “stuttering” or pixelation of the image.
Latency is 110 milliseconds from the Mavic to the goggles.
The screens have an 85 degree field of view.
Sync bypasses controller so it’s a direct sync to the goggles.

You can use the goggles to access the menus by the track pad on the side of the goggles and a few key buttons underneath.
You can use your remote to control the goggles with a toggle and function buttons
You can can fly the Mavic Pro FPV with the goggles
All of the displays that you would get on your phone screen is inside the goggles
Head tracking capabilities: 1) gimbal works separately from flight controls to view surroundings and 2) use it to move the Mavic itself
Two screens can link to the same Mavic to watch at the same time.

Compatible with multiple drones
Mavic Pro (using Ocusync)
Inspire 2
Phantom 4 Pro
Phantom Pro Plus

Cost: $449
Weight: Goggles (495 g); Headband (500 g)
Dimensions: Goggles (195x155x110 mm); Headband (folded: 255x205x92 mm)
FOV: 85 degrees (single screen)
Screen size: 5 inch x2
Interpupillary Distance Range: 58-70 mm
Refresh rate: 60 Hz
Screen resolution: 3840×1080 (single screen: 1920×1080)
Operating frequency: 2.4 GHz
Max. Transmission Distance: Same as the aircraft connected
Video downlink resolution: 1080p 30, 720p 60, 720p 30
Max. operating time: 6 hours


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  • I’m interested in getting these goggles but I wear glasses and was not sure if they would fit over.. in less then 3 min I had my answer! You guys rock!

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  • Thank you for review!

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  • i am about to order the dji mavic air fly more and goggles 🙂

    lee fusion June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • Can these standard Dji goggles work with the iFlight Bumblebee HD CineWhoop PNP BNF FPV Racing Drone that has the DJI Digital FPV System built on board??? June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • For what it's worth. This is still a paid advertisement. The products were sent to you for free. You want to give a good review. So more products can be sent to you for free to review. That my friends is paid advertisement.

    Michael Lubrano June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • So can I finally get in tricky places with this without the risk of hitting a wire?

    Drone World June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • all these money spent just to have a out of the body experience……

    Max Odgaard June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • thanks to "teach" me hugs from brazil

    Felipe Nogueira candiani June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • 110ms kills it…

    Cassio VA June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • Looks like they still the PlayStation VR design Lol 😝

    Jesus Patino June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • Great review

    RAPTURE RTR June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • Is it worth getting the RE over this. I just want to explore.

    cgtalk ! June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • no such thing as stuttx or not, voice any no matter what and any s ok

    Zes June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • one thing i noticed that wasnt covered in video i can use it with my mavic pro i downloaded dji assistant upgraded goggles now they work with mavic air corded
    what would be a real test video is hand gesture flying with goggles on with mavic see what your doing thru goggles im trying this week i dont see this i will do a video for all mavic air and spark owners once u upgrade goggles they work with spark too corded
    your boy jimmy lol

    Jimmy Shelton June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • So it's an 8.5 out of 10 because it's too good?

    Joshua Machin June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • Pros-no need for an ipad or cellphone to operate your drone
    Goggles will last 6 hours of continous usage
    Light on the head and won't strain your neck
    Cons-fogs up that you have to remove it to wipe with your fingers
    Will only work on Mavicpro, inspire and phantoms 4, pro, adv


    Erwin Lopez June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • I did saw the video and its so beautiful I wanna buy this also.I tell you I am from the Netherlands but live in the philippines for 5 years now and I did buy my drone in 2018. its one Mavic Pro 2 from DJI.but now I want buy the GOGGLES
    and find out by my self .Thanks guys

    P. Zegers June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • You did not mention about the geo fence or max distance when flying with Phantom 4 pro, is there a way around this?

    John O'Loughlin June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply
  • if you flew half mile away, i thought its illegal to fly a drone out of sight? June 10, 2020 12:47 am Reply

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