DJI FPV System firmware update released today – v01.00.05.00

Today, DJI released a firmware update for its DJI FPV System. This is version and is for the Air Unit, Goggles and Remote Controller. The update contains some new features as well as a number of bug fixes. Maybe the most exciting part is the announcement from DJI that the next will offer a higher bit rate of 50Mbps to achieve better image quality.

DJI FPV System firmware update released

DJI Digital FPV System Release Notes

  • Date: 2020.04.13
  • Air Unit Firmware: v01.00.05.00
  • Goggles Firmware: v01.00.05.00
  • Remote Controller Firmware: v01.00.05.00
  • (DJI FPV Series): v2.0.2

What's New?

  • Added ability to view HDMI live broadcast by connecting the goggles to the
    (v01.00.07.00 or above). By connecting the goggles to the DJI Smart Controller using USB-C cable, users
    can see the camera view of the air unit on the screen of the Smart Controller, and then can transmit the
    live view from the Smart Controller to other display devices through an HDMI cable.
  • Added new custom on-screen display information: home point direction, home point distance, altitude, and
    GPS speed.
  • Added on-screen flashing prompt on the goggles when the signal of the air unit or the remote controller is
  • Added menu setting to choose to enable recording after unlocking the flight controller.
  • Added menu setting to choose to enable the low battery warning alarm of the goggles.
  • Added support for Caddx Nebula camera model.
  • Optimized display and operation in the AV IN interface. Added menu setting to adjust screen size and
    position and added on-screen display for the battery level of the goggles.
  • Fixed issue: screen blurred or froze when unlocking Air Unit (Lite).
  • Fixed issue: operation was delayed when using the remote controller on a simulator.
  • Fixed rare issue: the PID tuning did not take effect after changing the settings.


  • Restart the air unit, goggles, and remote controller once the update is complete.
  • Make sure that the firmware of the air unit, the goggles and the remote controller are in the same version.
    Check the firmware version in Setting, Device Info, and then Device Info on goggles.
  • If the firmware update fails, restart the device and DJI Assistant 2 (DJI FPV Series), and try updating again.
  • Update the Air Unit (Lite) when there is good ventilation. Make sure that both the goggles and remote
    controller are powered off before updating the Air Unit (Lite). DO NOT touch the Air Unit (Lite) during

DJI Digital FPV System Release Notes

  • update since the temperature rises. If the update fails, wait for the Air Unit (Lite) to cool down and try to
    update again.

Coming in Next Update:

  • High bitrate mode (50Mbps), which provides better image quality.

What do you think about this latest firmware update for the DJI FPV System? Let us know in the comments below.

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