DJI AVATA 2 | Fun in the air

After almost two years since the launch of DJI’s first FPV drone, the DJI AVATA, the company introduces its successor, the DJI AVATA 2. This new version comes with significant improvements in accessories, functions and features. First DJI AVATA was very different from other DJI FPV drones, making it easier for many users to enter the FPV world. Due to its great success, the second version has been renewed and updated to offer an even more complete and satisfying experience.

DJI Avata 2, DJI’s new FPV drone

As we did with DJI Air 3 or Mavic 3 PRO, we are going to analyze this DJI AVATA 2. This new drone contains several new features and changes compared to its previous version. What draws the most attention is, without a doubt, its design. It is a little larger than the DJI AVATA but is slightly less heavy. One of the things I like the most is that it is much quieter than its predecessor. And yes, that is something incredible. On several occasions, people have come to tell me that the noise of the AVATA bothered them, so perhaps this new drone will be less annoying for people.

The camera is a little larger and has a larger sensor, which will allow us to achieve better results in low light situations. This AVATA 2 allows us to record in HDR mode and in DLOG M profile, thus improving the D-Cinelike of its previous version. It also includes the new Air Unit O4 and from the new glasses you can choose the recording angle between options such as normal angle, angular and wide angle, which allows you to record overhead shots without the drone ducts appearing.

DJI Avata 2

New accessories

DJI Goggles 3: This new FPV drone from DJI comes with the renewed DJI Goggles 3. Unlike the Goggles 2, these have an integrated battery, like the Integra Goggles. What is most striking about these new glasses are the two cameras on the front. These cameras will allow us to see reality without having to take them off.

DJI Motion Controller 3: This new Motion Controller will allow us to have much more flexibility and security than its previous version. The most notable thing about this new controller is that it has an “acro mode” that will allow us to do “pirouettes” without the need for a Remote Controller. We can do the Slide, Flip and 180 Drift.

DJI FPV Remote Controller 3: It is the same as the previous version but compatible with this new DJI AVATA 2 and the new Ocusync 4.

Features and specifications


WeightApprox 377g
Dimensions185 × 212 × 64 mm
Speed28,8 km/h Normal mode
57,6 km/h Sport mode
97,2 km/h Manual mode
Maximum flight time23 mins approx
Maximum flight distance13 km
Wind resistance38,5 km/h (level 5)
Internal memory46 Gb
Class markingC1
SignalOcusync 4.0


Sensor1/1.3″ CMOS Sensor
LensField of view: 155°
Equivalent format: 12 mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus: 0.6 m to ∞
ISO rangeISO range 100-25,600 (auto)
100-25 600 (manual)
Shutter SpeedVideo Shutter Speed: 1/8000-1/30s
Photo: 1/8000-1/50s
Maximum image sizeMaximum image size 4000×2256 (16∶9)
4000×3000 (4∶3)
Video resolution4K (4:3): 3840×2880 a 30/50/60 fps
4K video resolution (4:3): 3840×2880 at 30/50/60 fps
4K (16:9): 3840×2160 at 30/50/60 fps
2.7K (4:3): 2688×2016 at 30/50/60 fps
2.7K (16:9): 2688×1512 at 30/50/120 fps
1080p (4:3): 1440×1080 at 30/50/120 fps
1080p (16:9): 1920×1080 at 30/50/120 fps
Video formatMP4 (H.264/H.265)
Color modeStandard
D-Log M
Camera field of viewNormal mode, Wide mode and Ultra Wide mode
Electronic Image StabilizationSupports RockSteady 3.0+ and HorizonSteady
Can be disabled*
Video transmission systemO4

DJI Avata 2 vs DJI Avata

Sensor1/1.3″ CMOS1/1.7″ CMOS
Battery23 mins18 mins
Color modeD-LOG MD-Cinelike

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