Right after posting the photo of the DJI FPV Drone remote controller, another photo leaked showing DJI’s soon-to-be-released FPV Drone. This photo shows the unmanned aircraft from the from and close-up making it appear larger than it would be in reality.
After first seeing the DJI FPV Goggles V2 and the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 show up in FCC filings earlier today, we were wondering when the DJI FPV Drone would show up. Well, we didn’t have to wait very long as that just happened a few minutes ago.
The DJI FPV Goggles V2 and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 have been confirmed in FCC filings that were made public just minutes ago. FCC filings can now be released much closer to the actual launch date of a new product, meaning that there is a very good chance that we will see the new DJI PFV Drone come to the market before the Holiday Shopping season kicks off (if it hasn’t already).
A new rumor suggests that the DJI Mavic Mini 2 will indeed have 4K video and a 12MP sensor. In the same tweet, it was also mentioned that the DJI FPV drone might be delayed. Something we already hinted to in this earlier post.
Here are the latest DJI rumors on the DJI Ronin RS2, the Mavic 3, a new Mavic Mini 2, two DJI FPV drones, and the Osmo Action 2 and Osmo Pocket 2. This information comes directly from DJI‘s offices in China from a source that we have been working with for some time now. Believe it. Don’t believe it. I’ll leave that up to you.
Update 9/25/2020: DJI Osmo Pocket 2 will be released on October 20th, 2020.
A heavily scrambled photo of a mysterious DJI drone was just shared on Twitter by OsitaLV. It is hard to make out exactly what kind of unmanned aircraft this will be but there are some clues. Could this be a new DJI FPV drone?
Update: biggest clue might be that the barely visible prop seems to have three blades, which would make it highly likely to be a new DJI FPV drone.
Today we see drawings from a new DJI patent showing what seems to be a new DJI FPV camera. Will DJI finally release its own DJI FPV drone as well? Let’s take a closer look.