Russian military use DJI FPV drone marked with letter Z

On Twitter, the following two photos were shared, both of which depicted a FPV drone with the letter Z—a sign that has become synonymous with the Russian military that has invaded .

As we have seen in the past, the Russian military makes use of a variety of DJI drones, which include the DJI Mavic 2, the , and the DJI Matrice series.

It is also believed that the Russians operate multiple drone detection systems, which can make operating a DJI drone in Ukraine a highly nerve-racking and perhaps life-threatening experience.

However, the that was utilized in the conflict between and Ukraine is something we have never seen before.

Russian Military Use Dji Fpv Drone Marked With Letter Z

It is possible that the DJI FPV drone, with its agility, high speed of almost 90 mph, and increased range, is the ideal drone for surveillance missions in which time is of the essence.

Is the DJI FPV the best DJI drone to be used in a war zone?

Let us know in the comments below what you think of these photos and answer the following question.

Which of the currently available DJI drones do you believe would prove to be the most effective in a combat zone?

Would you choose the recently released DJI Matrice 30, which is a powerful folding drone with a very strong zoom camera, the DJI Mavic 3, which is a lot smaller and lighter but still very competent drone, or the DJI FPV drone, as these two Russian soldiers seem to have done?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Photos courtesy of Arsion Xudosi.

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