The DJI Mini 3 Pro has rapidly become the go-to drone in the market, capturing the attention of both beginners and enthusiasts. Weighing a mere 249 grams, this compact drone offers a range of incredible features, including a powerful 4K video camera, delivering outstanding performance. However, DJI has recently surprised users with an unexpected and groundbreaking update that has elevated the Mini 3 Pro to new heights: it can now be transformed into a first-person-view (FPV) drone.
Thanks to the latest firmware update, both the DJI Mini 3 Pro and the Mavic 3 are now compatible with the DJI FPV goggles and motion controller, enabling users to immerse themselves in the thrilling world of FPV flying. This remarkable innovation has opened up endless possibilities for drone enthusiasts, allowing them to explore the skies in an entirely new and exhilarating way.
By activating FPV mode in the DJI Fly app, users can experience a first-person view with the Mini 3 Pro. The drone's gimbal synchronizes with its forward movement, providing a captivating perspective. Although some features such as Portrait mode, focus adjustment, digital zoom, and intelligent flight modes like FocusTrack, MasterShots, and QuickShots are unavailable in FPV mode, users can still capture impressive 12MP single-shot photos and record standard 4K/60fps videos.
When it comes to goggles for Mini 3 Pro owners, there are multiple options available. The Goggles 2 boasts a high-resolution and low-latency transmission system, ensuring crystal-clear FPV video. These goggles feature a micro-OLED screen with adjustable diopters, allowing users who wear glasses to comfortably utilize them.
In addition, DJI has recently unveiled the Goggles Integra, a cutting-edge product that combines advanced micro-OLED screen displays with DJI O3+ video transmission technology, boasting ultra-low latency. The standout feature of the Integra is its integrated design, seamlessly merging the headband and battery into a single unit. This eliminates the need for cumbersome connecting cables, simplifying the process of wearing and removing the goggles. Despite being announced only a month ago, the Integra has already generated considerable buzz in the tech industry.
When it comes to controllers, the RC Motion 2 stands out as the ultimate choice. It is an enhanced joystick and accelerator equipped with motion-sensing technology, offering a unique method of navigating and controlling DJI drones. With a reverse function that supports multidirectional flight, including vertical, backward, and sideways movements, users can effortlessly adjust the drone's direction or find a suitable landing spot. Currently, the RC Motion 2 is the sole remote controller compatible with the Mini 3 Pro for safe FPV flying.
So, the only question remains: when will you upgrade your Mini 3 Pro and transform it into an extraordinary FPV drone?
If you want to learn more or just see how to install the new update, these videos here are great!