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DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
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DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World

DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
DJI Goggles Racing Edition 1080P HD Digital Video FPV Racing Goggles Drone World
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Features

  • INCLUDES DJI Goggles Body Headband Pagoda Antenna (SMA Interface) Reversed SMA Connector Charger Wire Clip Micro USB Cable HDMI Cable and a Cleaning Cloth
  • Compatible with DJI spark Mavic Phantom and inspire Series of drones
  • Up to 50MS latency 12 channels available 2 4 and 5 8 GHz dual-band video transmission
  • 1280x960 at 50 fps 1280x720 at 60 fps 640x480 at 50 fps
  • 148° Field of view Global shutter sensor eliminates jell effect

Description

DJI goggles just got better-looking and more powerful so you can experience FPV racing in style and without traditional restraints DJI goggles racing edition (re) feature a redesigned metallic matte Black visor and headband along with padding covered by high-quality red leather Precisely engineered for racing DJI goggles re deliver both analog and digital video An OcuSync video transmission module and a high-performance Camera module work together to transmit digital video signal from up to 7 km away with latency as low as 50 MS Fly with smooth clear video and experience the thrill of drone racing like never before


Product Dimensions 12.5 x 12 x 7 inches


Item Weight 3.55 pounds


ASIN B077XRBQQS


UNSPSC Code 45121500


Item model number DJIGOGGLESREU


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 87 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #107,567 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #600 in Hobby RC Quadcopters & Multirotors


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 4, 2017


Manufacturer dji


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Features

  • INCLUDES DJI Goggles Body Headband Pagoda Antenna (SMA Interface) Reversed SMA Connector Charger Wire Clip Micro USB Cable HDMI Cable and a Cleaning Cloth
  • Compatible with DJI spark Mavic Phantom and inspire Series of drones
  • Up to 50MS latency 12 channels available 2 4 and 5 8 GHz dual-band video transmission
  • 1280x960 at 50 fps 1280x720 at 60 fps 640x480 at 50 fps
  • 148° Field of view Global shutter sensor eliminates jell effect

Description

DJI goggles just got better-looking and more powerful so you can experience FPV racing in style and without traditional restraints DJI goggles racing edition (re) feature a redesigned metallic matte Black visor and headband along with padding covered by high-quality red leather Precisely engineered for racing DJI goggles re deliver both analog and digital video An OcuSync video transmission module and a high-performance Camera module work together to transmit digital video signal from up to 7 km away with latency as low as 50 MS Fly with smooth clear video and experience the thrill of drone racing like never before


Product Dimensions 12.5 x 12 x 7 inches


Item Weight 3.55 pounds


ASIN B077XRBQQS


UNSPSC Code 45121500


Item model number DJIGOGGLESREU


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 87 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #107,567 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #600 in Hobby RC Quadcopters & Multirotors


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 4, 2017


Manufacturer dji


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • INCLUDES DJI Goggles Body Headband Pagoda Antenna (SMA Interface) Reversed SMA Connector Charger Wire Clip Micro USB Cable HDMI Cable and a Cleaning Cloth
  • Compatible with DJI spark Mavic Phantom and inspire Series of drones
  • Up to 50MS latency 12 channels available 2 4 and 5 8 GHz dual-band video transmission
  • 1280x960 at 50 fps 1280x720 at 60 fps 640x480 at 50 fps
  • 148° Field of view Global shutter sensor eliminates jell effect

Description

DJI goggles just got better-looking and more powerful so you can experience FPV racing in style and without traditional restraints DJI goggles racing edition (re) feature a redesigned metallic matte Black visor and headband along with padding covered by high-quality red leather Precisely engineered for racing DJI goggles re deliver both analog and digital video An OcuSync video transmission module and a high-performance Camera module work together to transmit digital video signal from up to 7 km away with latency as low as 50 MS Fly with smooth clear video and experience the thrill of drone racing like never before


Product Dimensions 12.5 x 12 x 7 inches


Item Weight 3.55 pounds


ASIN B077XRBQQS


UNSPSC Code 45121500


Item model number DJIGOGGLESREU


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 87 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #107,567 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #600 in Hobby RC Quadcopters & Multirotors


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 4, 2017


Manufacturer dji


abunda_amazon_reviews These do not work with a DJI Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom. They limit your range to 1000 feet if you are lucky, whereas the Mavic 2 without them can go 5000 feet. Unacceptable. Also, they have a well-known tendency to lose the connection between the controller and a Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom, which is scary and nerve-wracking. We have all been complaining to DJI for months now but they refuse to acknowledge or address the issue. I wish i had waited before buying them. I even bought a fitted hard case for them, which they have never been out of, four months later, as there is no way I am going to risk my $1500 DJI Mavic 2 Zoom by using these P.O.S goggles until they fix the issue. I just want you guys to be warned, like I was not beforehand. Do NOT buy the Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom kit with these in it, either, because they DO NOT WORK!!!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;HUGE Dissappointment!;;John M.;;;I took quite a bit of time before I decided to write a review on these goggles. If you go on the Internet and many of the drone sites, you will hear pluses and minuses on all of the goggles available. As in any technological device, some people will rant and rave based on their personal experience and expectations. Others will denigrate a product because they either didn't understand how to use it or didn't understand that high-end technologic devices take a little bit of time to learn how to use. 1st things 1st. This is not a 3-D goggle. This is not what some people experience when they use Google or Samsung goggles. Those devices use applications which try to give three-dimensional and totally immersive visual effects. These are called FPV for 1st person view. What that means is that it is literally like sitting inside the drone. You're not looking at a computer screen or on a small tablet. When you put these goggles on, it is as if you are actually flying inside the drone. When you move your head, the drone image moves with you. These goggles allow you to control turning your head left and right and up and down. There's also a mechanism for actually controlling the direction of the drone. They are somewhat bulky. They are somewhat heavy. They are not lightweight. And when you put them on, you will not be able to see her sense any of your surrounding environment. However, if you are willing to take the time to adjust them and appreciate the technology you're getting, all of these issues become a necessary inconvenience. What you get is the highest resolution goggles on the market. These are true 1080 P HD images. Many of the goggles out there are low resolution. And if you use your Samsung phone and a set of goggles you are essentially seeing your screen is split in half so you're getting half the resolution of normal HD. If you are using them with a DJI drone, the maverick will hook up without any wiring and it sinks easily and quickly with HD resolution transmission. You are up and flying with a minimal of problems. You do have to learn how to use the touchpad. You also have to realize how to use the head motions to control the drone. Many people complain that the image does not appear clear. And indeed, for those of us who may need reading glasses, the suggestion is to buy yourself a pair of reading glasses that are one power greater than your normal power. If you normally use a +2, get a +3. There are lenses that fit directly into the goggles that you can purchase. DJI makes some that are a perfect fit and there are some aftermarket ones. The ones from DJI are actually somewhat cheaper and are easy to insert. If you're not certain about strength, simply order a pair of large readers and wear them inside the goggles to your convinced you have the right magnification. And yes, you can wear your classes while using these goggles. You can also use them for watching movies and streaming off your Roku player. There is a mini HDMI port which can hook up to your Roku. To make that work, you simply have to get an HDMI to mini HDMI adapter. For those looking for more portability, you can even hook them up to a chrome cast, and go from the chrome cast output with an adapter to the mini HDMI on the goggles. Then you're watching 1080 P movies and TV with your goggles. They do have an audio jack output if you want to use your own headphones. Otherwise they have somewhat decent speakers right next to your ear The brightness control I said to the brightest and it seems perfect. There is no contrast control. I got the racing edition as I wanted the option of being able to use them with small drones that use the 5.8 GHz transmission system. These will work with other drones because of their flexibility Don't get these if you're thinking you're going to get 3-D. Don't get them if you think you're getting a system that allows you to use the Google 3-D apps. What you get is a terrific 1st person view. You can also watch anything you have on your Roku or chrome cast. In my opinion, it's worth the money One final note, which many people seem to post as an issue. The 1080P wireless transmission is only when using the DJI Mavic drone. The Spark does not use the same method of signal transmission. I believe it is only 720P, the same with the Phantom. ROKU and Chomecast, are hard wired, and are 1080P. So, remember, for wireless drone reception, only the Mavic uses the system that gives 1080P wireless quality.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;These are great. 1st person view and can be used with Roku and chrome cast. 1080 P quality;;Homer;;;Remarkable and refined pretty much out of the gate. Not too surprising for DJI, but wow. When I compare the resolution of other VR headsets, it still holds its own. AND THIS IS WIRELESS! I find it hard to believe that wireless HD video products are so far behind when you have a company like DJI that can transmit HD images over insane distances (miles). Not to mention telemetry and head tracking... this is witch craft as far as Im concerned. Outside of the technology, it feels and looks like quality. Yes, it could be lighter and smaller. But this is first generation equipment. Give it a couple years... or months. Im all about supporting this company and my inner child by buying this product. I lost interest in RC about 10 years ago and DJI brought me back to the game with the Mavic. I dont have time to be fiddling with SMD soldering and the like. This plug and play high performance tech is where its at. Then tack on 3rd party product support... game changer. VR and stuff like this is going to result in a complete paradigm shift for humanity. This is all far more important than most realize.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Game changer. Paradigm shift. Amazing.;;Going Digital Inc

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By John M. - Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2019
HUGE Dissappointment!
These do not work with a DJI Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom. They limit your range to 1000 feet if you are lucky, whereas the Mavic 2 without them can go 5000 feet. Unacceptable. Also, they have a well-known tendency to lose the connection between the controller and a Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom, which is scary and nerve-wracking. We have all been complaining to DJI for months now but they refuse to acknowledge or address the issue. I wish i had waited before buying them. I even bought a fitted hard case for them, which they have never been out of, four months later, as there is no way I am going to risk my $1500 DJI Mavic 2 Zoom by using these P.O.S goggles until they fix the issue. I just want you guys to be warned, like I was not beforehand. Do NOT buy the Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom kit with these in it, either, because they DO NOT WORK!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Homer - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018
These are great. 1st person view and can be used with Roku and chrome cast. 1080 P quality
I took quite a bit of time before I decided to write a review on these goggles. If you go on the Internet and many of the drone sites, you will hear pluses and minuses on all of the goggles available. As in any technological device, some people will rant and rave based on their personal experience and expectations. Others will denigrate a product because they either didn't understand how to use it or didn't understand that high-end technologic devices take a little bit of time to learn how to use. 1st things 1st. This is not a 3-D goggle. This is not what some people experience when they use Google or Samsung goggles. Those devices use applications which try to give three-dimensional and totally immersive visual effects. These are called FPV for 1st person view. What that means is that it is literally like sitting inside the drone. You're not looking at a computer screen or on a small tablet. When you put these goggles on, it is as if you are actually flying inside the drone. When you move your head, the drone image moves with you. These goggles allow you to control turning your head left and right and up and down. There's also a mechanism for actually controlling the direction of the drone. They are somewhat bulky. They are somewhat heavy. They are not lightweight. And when you put them on, you will not be able to see her sense any of your surrounding environment. However, if you are willing to take the time to adjust them and appreciate the technology you're getting, all of these issues become a necessary inconvenience. What you get is the highest resolution goggles on the market. These are true 1080 P HD images. Many of the goggles out there are low resolution. And if you use your Samsung phone and a set of goggles you are essentially seeing your screen is split in half so you're getting half the resolution of normal HD. If you are using them with a DJI drone, the maverick will hook up without any wiring and it sinks easily and quickly with HD resolution transmission. You are up and flying with a minimal of problems. You do have to learn how to use the touchpad. You also have to realize how to use the head motions to control the drone. Many people complain that the image does not appear clear. And indeed, for those of us who may need reading glasses, the suggestion is to buy yourself a pair of reading glasses that are one power greater than your normal power. If you normally use a +2, get a +3. There are lenses that fit directly into the goggles that you can purchase. DJI makes some that are a perfect fit and there are some aftermarket ones. The ones from DJI are actually somewhat cheaper and are easy to insert. If you're not certain about strength, simply order a pair of large readers and wear them inside the goggles to your convinced you have the right magnification. And yes, you can wear your classes while using these goggles. You can also use them for watching movies and streaming off your Roku player. There is a mini HDMI port which can hook up to your Roku. To make that work, you simply have to get an HDMI to mini HDMI adapter. For those looking for more portability, you can even hook them up to a chrome cast, and go from the chrome cast output with an adapter to the mini HDMI on the goggles. Then you're watching 1080 P movies and TV with your goggles. They do have an audio jack output if you want to use your own headphones. Otherwise they have somewhat decent speakers right next to your ear The brightness control I said to the brightest and it seems perfect. There is no contrast control. I got the racing edition as I wanted the option of being able to use them with small drones that use the 5.8 GHz transmission system. These will work with other drones because of their flexibility Don't get these if you're thinking you're going to get 3-D. Don't get them if you think you're getting a system that allows you to use the Google 3-D apps. What you get is a terrific 1st person view. You can also watch anything you have on your Roku or chrome cast. In my opinion, it's worth the money One final note, which many people seem to post as an issue. The 1080P wireless transmission is only when using the DJI Mavic drone. The Spark does not use the same method of signal transmission. I believe it is only 720P, the same with the Phantom. ROKU and Chomecast, are hard wired, and are 1080P. So, remember, for wireless drone reception, only the Mavic uses the system that gives 1080P wireless quality.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Going Digital Inc - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018
Game changer. Paradigm shift. Amazing.
Remarkable and refined pretty much out of the gate. Not too surprising for DJI, but wow. When I compare the resolution of other VR headsets, it still holds its own. AND THIS IS WIRELESS! I find it hard to believe that wireless HD video products are so far behind when you have a company like DJI that can transmit HD images over insane distances (miles). Not to mention telemetry and head tracking... this is witch craft as far as Im concerned. Outside of the technology, it feels and looks like quality. Yes, it could be lighter and smaller. But this is first generation equipment. Give it a couple years... or months. Im all about supporting this company and my inner child by buying this product. I lost interest in RC about 10 years ago and DJI brought me back to the game with the Mavic. I dont have time to be fiddling with SMD soldering and the like. This plug and play high performance tech is where its at. Then tack on 3rd party product support... game changer. VR and stuff like this is going to result in a complete paradigm shift for humanity. This is all far more important than most realize.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By John M. - Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2019
HUGE Dissappointment!
These do not work with a DJI Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom. They limit your range to 1000 feet if you are lucky, whereas the Mavic 2 without them can go 5000 feet. Unacceptable. Also, they have a well-known tendency to lose the connection between the controller and a Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom, which is scary and nerve-wracking. We have all been complaining to DJI for months now but they refuse to acknowledge or address the issue. I wish i had waited before buying them. I even bought a fitted hard case for them, which they have never been out of, four months later, as there is no way I am going to risk my $1500 DJI Mavic 2 Zoom by using these P.O.S goggles until they fix the issue. I just want you guys to be warned, like I was not beforehand. Do NOT buy the Mavic 2 Pro or Zoom kit with these in it, either, because they DO NOT WORK!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Homer - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018
These are great. 1st person view and can be used with Roku and chrome cast. 1080 P quality
I took quite a bit of time before I decided to write a review on these goggles. If you go on the Internet and many of the drone sites, you will hear pluses and minuses on all of the goggles available. As in any technological device, some people will rant and rave based on their personal experience and expectations. Others will denigrate a product because they either didn't understand how to use it or didn't understand that high-end technologic devices take a little bit of time to learn how to use. 1st things 1st. This is not a 3-D goggle. This is not what some people experience when they use Google or Samsung goggles. Those devices use applications which try to give three-dimensional and totally immersive visual effects. These are called FPV for 1st person view. What that means is that it is literally like sitting inside the drone. You're not looking at a computer screen or on a small tablet. When you put these goggles on, it is as if you are actually flying inside the drone. When you move your head, the drone image moves with you. These goggles allow you to control turning your head left and right and up and down. There's also a mechanism for actually controlling the direction of the drone. They are somewhat bulky. They are somewhat heavy. They are not lightweight. And when you put them on, you will not be able to see her sense any of your surrounding environment. However, if you are willing to take the time to adjust them and appreciate the technology you're getting, all of these issues become a necessary inconvenience. What you get is the highest resolution goggles on the market. These are true 1080 P HD images. Many of the goggles out there are low resolution. And if you use your Samsung phone and a set of goggles you are essentially seeing your screen is split in half so you're getting half the resolution of normal HD. If you are using them with a DJI drone, the maverick will hook up without any wiring and it sinks easily and quickly with HD resolution transmission. You are up and flying with a minimal of problems. You do have to learn how to use the touchpad. You also have to realize how to use the head motions to control the drone. Many people complain that the image does not appear clear. And indeed, for those of us who may need reading glasses, the suggestion is to buy yourself a pair of reading glasses that are one power greater than your normal power. If you normally use a +2, get a +3. There are lenses that fit directly into the goggles that you can purchase. DJI makes some that are a perfect fit and there are some aftermarket ones. The ones from DJI are actually somewhat cheaper and are easy to insert. If you're not certain about strength, simply order a pair of large readers and wear them inside the goggles to your convinced you have the right magnification. And yes, you can wear your classes while using these goggles. You can also use them for watching movies and streaming off your Roku player. There is a mini HDMI port which can hook up to your Roku. To make that work, you simply have to get an HDMI to mini HDMI adapter. For those looking for more portability, you can even hook them up to a chrome cast, and go from the chrome cast output with an adapter to the mini HDMI on the goggles. Then you're watching 1080 P movies and TV with your goggles. They do have an audio jack output if you want to use your own headphones. Otherwise they have somewhat decent speakers right next to your ear The brightness control I said to the brightest and it seems perfect. There is no contrast control. I got the racing edition as I wanted the option of being able to use them with small drones that use the 5.8 GHz transmission system. These will work with other drones because of their flexibility Don't get these if you're thinking you're going to get 3-D. Don't get them if you think you're getting a system that allows you to use the Google 3-D apps. What you get is a terrific 1st person view. You can also watch anything you have on your Roku or chrome cast. In my opinion, it's worth the money One final note, which many people seem to post as an issue. The 1080P wireless transmission is only when using the DJI Mavic drone. The Spark does not use the same method of signal transmission. I believe it is only 720P, the same with the Phantom. ROKU and Chomecast, are hard wired, and are 1080P. So, remember, for wireless drone reception, only the Mavic uses the system that gives 1080P wireless quality.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Going Digital Inc - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018
Game changer. Paradigm shift. Amazing.
Remarkable and refined pretty much out of the gate. Not too surprising for DJI, but wow. When I compare the resolution of other VR headsets, it still holds its own. AND THIS IS WIRELESS! I find it hard to believe that wireless HD video products are so far behind when you have a company like DJI that can transmit HD images over insane distances (miles). Not to mention telemetry and head tracking... this is witch craft as far as Im concerned. Outside of the technology, it feels and looks like quality. Yes, it could be lighter and smaller. But this is first generation equipment. Give it a couple years... or months. Im all about supporting this company and my inner child by buying this product. I lost interest in RC about 10 years ago and DJI brought me back to the game with the Mavic. I dont have time to be fiddling with SMD soldering and the like. This plug and play high performance tech is where its at. Then tack on 3rd party product support... game changer. VR and stuff like this is going to result in a complete paradigm shift for humanity. This is all far more important than most realize.