DJI Goggles First Look, Soon in the Philippines

It was almost a year since I dropped by at MSI-ECS HQ and they got a good reason for me for some time with the newest DJI product which some of their drone users will be delighted.




DJI Goggles is like your typical VR headset but instead of looking on your phone connected to a DJI controller, they are going beyond as you can see it in 216 degree angle. The device can be used for Phantom, Inspire and Mavic series  but the features will be dependent on the DJI drone that you will be using. For the set-up, it can be connected of up to 4 DJI devices (example set-up is 1 Mavic Pro, 1 Mavic Pro controller and 2 Googles)



For viewing, DJI Googles can offer on 720p/60fps and close range 1080p/30 fps with wireless transmission system. It has 2 Full HD displays which means more pixels that you can view in. If you are facing the Goggles itself, the left has the trackpad, power button and battery LED indicator. The right is for the regular HDMI port which you can connect to any HDMI device (example your laptop) as you can view your videos there. There is also a micro SD slot which you can save the videos that you shoot from your paired DJI drone but you cannot play your saved movies or concerts from micro SD to watch in this device. There is also a dial at the bottom which can adjust the view depending on the person. The product itself is big (but not heavy on my head based on the few minutes that I viewed)  that you can use it even with your glasses and adjustable head area which can accomodate even me with a baseball cap on.




On the sample flight at their HQ with the help of DJI Mavic Pro and a max flight of around 20 feet, I did not felt the lula feels and no eye discomforts in my part which the quality of display helps (drone pictures to be uploaded soon) The view of Pasig and Rizal areas from up above captivated me. I chose not to play the drone itself for now but the googles was my main agenda here and it was pretty good.

MSI-ECS will have a by-invite event soon this month but they already gave us the price of DJI Goggles which is at Php 27,400. 

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June 6, 2017

DJI Goggles First Look, Soon in the Philippines

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It was almost a year since I dropped by at MSI-ECS HQ and they got a good reason for me for some time with the newest DJI product which some of their drone users will be delighted.




DJI Goggles is like your typical VR headset but instead of looking on your phone connected to a DJI controller, they are going beyond as you can see it in 216 degree angle. The device can be used for Phantom, Inspire and Mavic series  but the features will be dependent on the DJI drone that you will be using. For the set-up, it can be connected of up to 4 DJI devices (example set-up is 1 Mavic Pro, 1 Mavic Pro controller and 2 Googles)



For viewing, DJI Googles can offer on 720p/60fps and close range 1080p/30 fps with wireless transmission system. It has 2 Full HD displays which means more pixels that you can view in. If you are facing the Goggles itself, the left has the trackpad, power button and battery LED indicator. The right is for the regular HDMI port which you can connect to any HDMI device (example your laptop) as you can view your videos there. There is also a micro SD slot which you can save the videos that you shoot from your paired DJI drone but you cannot play your saved movies or concerts from micro SD to watch in this device. There is also a dial at the bottom which can adjust the view depending on the person. The product itself is big (but not heavy on my head based on the few minutes that I viewed)  that you can use it even with your glasses and adjustable head area which can accomodate even me with a baseball cap on.




On the sample flight at their HQ with the help of DJI Mavic Pro and a max flight of around 20 feet, I did not felt the lula feels and no eye discomforts in my part which the quality of display helps (drone pictures to be uploaded soon) The view of Pasig and Rizal areas from up above captivated me. I chose not to play the drone itself for now but the googles was my main agenda here and it was pretty good.

MSI-ECS will have a by-invite event soon this month but they already gave us the price of DJI Goggles which is at Php 27,400. 

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