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DJI released a Digital FPV System last year, and many assumed that a racing drone was coming shortly after. However, that wasn’t the case and it took nearly an entire year before the “DJI FPV” racing drone leaked. The FPV Combo bundle includes the controller, special goggles, and the drone itself. No specifications have been revealed, thought it does have a three-blade propeller design not seen on any other DJI drone, along with a hump for possibly the electronics. Read more for a picture of the box.
For anyone unfamiliar with FPV drone racing, the drones come equipped with cameras while pilots wear head-mounted displays that show the live stream camera feed. Similar to full-sized air racing, the aim is to complete a set course as quickly as possible. This sport first began in Germany in 2011 with a number of amateur pilots getting together for semi-organized races in Karlsruhe.
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