New DJI Avata drone firmware brings 10-bit Color, Remote ID
DJI has released a substantial new firmware update for the Avata FPV drone. The revised software package comes with a bunch of improvements that give pilots more creative control over the videos captured with the indoor-friendly FPV drone.
The latest update brings the Avata aircraft firmware version up to 01.02.0000 and the remote controller firmware to v02.00.0400. The motion controller firmware can now be brought up to v02.00.0500, while the DJI Goggles 2 gets updated to v01.03.0000 and the DJI FPV Goggles V2 to v01.05.0000.
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What’s new in DJI Avata’s December firmware update?
To begin with, DJI has improved the drone’s D-Cinelike color profile to 10-bit, which means creators now have more possibilities for post-processing. Further, the tech giant has added support for several new frame rates, including 4K/30fps, 2.7K/30fps, and 1080p/30fps. If you’re using Avata with the DJI…