Drones have become a hit with consumers during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, market leader DJI has a new remote-controlled recreational drone that is easier to take on a first-person spin.
To fly the DJI FPV (first-person view) drone, available today for $1,299, just don goggles and take in the scenic view as your high-speed drone zips along as fast as 87 mph. You can also control the drone with your hand motions by using a motion controller, sold separately for $199.
Until now, most first-person view drones were hand-built or had goggles sold separately. (DJI has drones priced at $1,349-up, compatible with its $349 goggles.)
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But the all-in-one DJI FPV launches a new drone category for DJI, which celebrates its 15th anniversary this year.
“Right out of the box, DJI FPV combines the best available…