Dji’s New Drone Is From Another Planet.

Today, DJI released the new Avata. This little drone looks so cool.

First of all, let me say that I think DJI drones are some of the most amazing things that have been made in the last ten years. It seems like every three months, DJI comes out with a new drone that makes the old one look old.

A few years ago, if you wanted to do a certain kind of shooting, you had to buy a certain kind of drone. Do you want it big or small? safe? nimble? or do you want the image to be the most stable and of the best quality? Do you want it to be adaptable and work with a headset or a screen on the controller?

The DJI Avata is an FPV drone that fits in the palm of your hand and has built-in guards for the propellers. It seems to have all the best features. It was made to crash, and even if it falls on its back, it can get back up. You can fly it by buying a VR headset and a 3D motion controller separately. You move your wrist to control the drone.

It has a 4k camera with options to stabilize the image and the horizon.

DJI didn’t like my review of the action camera they sent me, so they didn’t send me an early copy of this drone. However, they did send it to other creators. Some of the best reviews are listed below.

DJI Avata Pro-View Combo 

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