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Nikos Chatzis

Το FPV drone της DJI αναμένεται ότι θα τεθεί σε εμπορική κυκλοφορία στις 2 Μαρτίου, ενώ πέρα από την αγωνιστική του δράση, εκτιμάται ότι θα μπορεί να έχει χρήση και στις ταχείες κινηματογραφικές λήψεις.

Το κύριο τεχνολογικό χαρακτηριστικό του, εντοπίζεται στο τηλεχειριστήριο, το οποίο εκτιμάται ότι θα ενσωματώνει τεχνολογία πτήσης του drone ανάλογα με την κίνηση των χεριών ή του σώματος του χειριστή (somatosensory control) με την ενσωμάτωση των κατάλληλων αισθητήρων…

[…Here are a few other bits of information that have leaked about DJI’s new FPV drone:

  • It may not be for racing, but for fast-paced aerial cinematography
  • It will probably have an auto-land feature
  • It will probably be a gateway drone for FPV flying—that is, it will lower the barrier for entry to learning how to fly FPV both in terms of skills, cost, and engineering know-how (a lot of FPV systems are still built, not bought Ready to Fly)

The drone industry rumor mill seems to agree that DJI’s FPV drone will officially be released on March 2.

Maybe the most exciting thing that has leaked so far about DJI’s FPV drone is about the controller.

According to recent rumors spurred by a DJI filing with the FCC, it looks like the FPV’s remote control might rely on new technology that uses the motion of a person’s hand—or possibly even their body—to control the drone.

This means that instead of using sticks to control the drone, the drone would be controlled by how the remote control is moving through space—so if you turn your hand to the right, the drone will turn to the right, and so on.

This kind of control is called somatosensory control…]


One of the earliest stories that leaked about DJI’s FPV drone was that it would have a remote-controlled camera.