The launch of the exciting DJI FPV drone answered the questions posed by its rumors, but also raised some new ones about drone laws – where and how are you actually allowed to fly it?
The confusion stems from the fact that FPV (First Person View) drones are not as simple to fly as standard drones, like the DJI Mavic Air 2, from a safety and legal standpoint.
There’s no doubt that FPV flying is an incredibly immersive experience, thanks to the addition of a headset that allows the pilot to see a live video feed from their drone’s forward-facing camera. This means the drone can be flown with a greater degree of precision and accuracy, making it possible to fly them in much more exciting ways than a standard drone.
FPV drones are often also faster than consumer and professional drones, and can perform more extreme aerial maneuvers such as flips and rolls, which is why they’re used for drone racing. But now there’s a new beginner-friendly DJI FPV drone available for the…