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DJI Avata review: the video drone for suitable for all skill levels

Key specs

Weight: 14.46 oz / 410 g

Dimensions: 180 x 180 x 80 mm

Battery: 2420 mAh Li-ion / up to 18 mins

Charger type: USB-C

Modes: Normal, Sport, Manual (manual only with FPV Controller 2)

Video transmission range: Up to 10 km (FCC), 2 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC)

Video resolution: 4K, 2.7K, 1080p (FHD)

Frame rates: 4K up to 60 fps / 2.7K up to 100 fps / FHD up to 100 fps (with DJI Goggles 2)

DJI may be best known for its camera drones such as the Mavic 3 and the Mavic Mini 3 Pro, but in recent years, the company has taken the plunge into the world of first-person view (FPV). The DJI Avata is DJI’s second and latest FPV drone model, following on from the curious design of the DJI FPV that was released back in early 2021.

The Avata is smaller, lighter, much more maneuverable, and sports a cinewhoop design where propeller guards are built into the drone’s airframe. The Avata is aimed at beginners with no FPV experience thanks to its easy-to-use intuitive controls, as well as seasoned FPV pilots who demand full manual control in the notoriously difficult-to-learn Acro mode.

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