DJI Avata Pro-View Combo (DJI Goggles 2) – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Stabilized Video, Super-Wide 155°

(10 customer reviews)


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Experience the thrill of total immersion with unrivaled safety and control. DJI Avata features a built-in propeller guard, 4K stabilized video, and flagship transmission technology. When you combine Avata with DJI goggles and the motion controller, flight is easy and fun for pilots of all levels.


1. DJI Avata is compatible with DJI Goggles 2, DJI FPV Goggles V2, DJI FPV Remote Controller 2, and DJI Motion Controller.
2. The 155° FOV is only available when the aspect ratio is 4:3, and the video recording specification is 2.7K@50/60fps or 1080p@50fps/60fps; the aspect ratio is 16:9, and the video recording specification is 4K@50/60fps, 2.7K@50/60fps, or 1080p@50/60fps.
3. HorizonSteady is only available in Normal mode FOV with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and the video recording specification of 4K@50/60fps, 2.7K@50/60fps, or 1080p@50/60fps. RockSteady is unavailable when the video recording specification is 2.7K@100/120fps or 1080p@100/120fps.
4. DJI Avata only supports downward obstacle sensing when used with DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 or DJI Motion Controller in N Mode or S Mode.
5. DJI Avata must maintain a distance of at least 0.25 m from the ground.

What is the difference between DJI Avata, DJI Avata Pro-View Combo, and DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo?

DJI Avata: Does not include a remote controller or goggles. You can use the DJI Motion Controller, DJI FPV Remote Controller 2, or DJI FPV Goggles V2 that you already own.
DJI Avata Pro-View Combo: Includes DJI Goggles 2 and DJI Motion Controller, which can realize intuitive control by hand and head movements to provide an immersive sensory experience with flexibility and ease.
DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo: Includes DJI FPV Goggles V2 and DJI Motion Controller, making it a cost-effective choice for immersive flight experience.

Compared with DJI FPV Goggles V2, what upgrades does DJI Goggles 2 have?
1. DJI Goggles 2 features a head tracking function
2. DJI Goggles 2 weighs only 290 g, which is 30% lighter than DJI FPV Goggles V2.
3. DJI Goggles 2 is equipped with two 1080p Micro-OLED screens.
4. DJI Goggles 2 supports diopter adjustment from -8.0 D to +2.0 D.
5. DJI Goggles 2 supports Wi-Fi wireless streaming.

For more Q&A information, please refer to the product guides and documents.

Additional information

Weight 1.71 kg
Dimensions 24.79 × 23.52 cm




Product Dimensions

‎38.1 x 24.79 x 23.52 cm; 1.71 Kilograms


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Item model number


Manufacturer Part Number


Mirror Adjustment

‎Remote Control

Item Weight

‎1.71 kg



Date First Available

25 August 2022



10 reviews for DJI Avata Pro-View Combo (DJI Goggles 2) – First-Person View Drone UAV Quadcopter with 4K Stabilized Video, Super-Wide 155°

  1. Randy Kasper

    Loving it
    The is perfect if you’ve never flown a drone. It’s pretty much dummy proof. You can upgrade controls as you learn it and get more comfortable with it. My only complaint is the battery. It takes FOREVER to charge with the provided cords and a typical phone charger plug. They do not provide a better plug. And at this price, that’s pretty sad. So expect about 4 to 5 hours to charge. And then you’ll get at max, 10 minutes of flight time. You’ll get about an hour on the goggles and about 2 hours out of the controller. So get extra batteries. And get a better charging port. Then you’ll be happy.

  2. Tedster

    Apparently not the most recent version of motion controller 2!
    Just received this pro combo a couple of days ago, and realize that I received the old motion controller, that came out over two years ago, and there has me a newer improved model that has been out for at least two month. This should have been specified in the description, as I would have preferred the newer version.

  3. Eric Varsanyi

    Drone is amazing, motion controller is not
    The drone is really well integrated and well built.It is not disclosed but it will not fly in the US unless you permanently tether a mobile phone to it, it also requires sending your GPS position to their cloud servers for ‘reasons’ they do not disclose, if you try to disable the phone home telemetry the app won’t run and without the app running and connected via a wire to your headset the drone will not even start the props.You also cannot “activate” it without a mobile phone, it would be good disclose this and the requirement that you can’t use this at all w/o a dedicated mobile phone before purchase. They don’t include the cables needed to connect it to an apple phone, so that’s an extra thing to order/pay for if you don’t have one.All this nanny stuff is what I would expect from DJI.The real issue I have is the motion control stick they *force* you to order is really a basic beginner crutch, it is not usable for actual flying. All you can do is fly forward and if you’re familiar with VR you can use the headset’s motion sensor to “look” sideways (only, not up and down) while flying forward (the drone yaws in this case). You can’t stop in a hover then climb or descend straight, you have to fly it like an airplane if you want to climb. You can’t run up to some obstacle and stop, then back away so you can then turn around and fly some other direction. Its also very very sluggish compared to normal drone controls, I suppose this makes it easier to fly with no experience but it also takes any joy whatever out of flying it. Its tiring and clunky to use your arm muscles instead of fingers for control — if you’ve ever tried one of the old gimmick ‘air mouse’s its like that. If you like video games, other RC drones or vehicles, or if you are familiar with flying a helicopter (full size or RC) I think this beginner stick is NOT for you and is a complete waste of money.This is a nice (if expensive) camera drone which takes great video, but its not really a drone you would fly for fun or be comfortable maneuvering with the motion controller in all but the simplest scenarios. Watch their marketing videos, they only fly in fairly straight line paths and never go into a possible dead end where they might have to turn around or go over an obstacle. I did use the on screen controls (that act like a normal flight controller) on an ipad and flew it in manual mode without issue, with a good controller the drone is a rocket, very rugged, and shoots great video. I will either return it or try to find a decent controller its compatible with. DJI goes out of their way to prevent you from ordering their good controller with this drone for some reason.5 stars for the drone physical construction and design, 3 stars for forcing the crummy controller, and 1 star for the unstated privacy busting requirement to connect a mobile phone to use it and backhaul your data to their servers to use “your” drone. Also the tangle of wires and 3 separate batteries to keep charged at the base station side (plus the drone battery itself) makes it a pretty messy setup.Update:I have not been able to get it to start despite 3 long calls with DJI tech support. After a lot of debugging it turns out use of this drone (and other recent DJI drones) is NOT SUPPORTED INDOORS. Yes, you can only fly the drone outside with good GPS coverage, it is not usable for any sort of FPV racing or aerobatics on an indoor course. They apologized and said they know its an issue and their ‘engineers are working on a fix’, so I’m returning this until they get their stuff working.Took off another star for the drone itself being dead broken out of the box with no repair solution available.

  4. Lz9000

    Too many hurdles
    I was flying FPV 10 years ago with an antenna module hanging off DJI Phantom1. That was expected to be clunky and cumbersome and difficult to set up.I expected things have improved since then, so I got this combo that promised off the shelf FPV.Connecting the FPV stick (not motion) controller was a 3 hour hassle with multiple attempts to flash a new firmware, otherwise it can not be linked.Then there is a whole bunch of regulations – registering the drone with FAA, uploading the serial number. This drone will not fly without remote ID, meaning everyone knows who you are and where you are flying from. That would be ok, but apparently I’m surrounded on all sides by airspace restrictions. Look at B4UFLY – major restrictions all over the place.So when I go to a park that is actually a “recommended” spot to fly, I discover that AVATA is frigging loud. Like super loud. My wife asked me to stop flying multiple times, as she’s concerned I’m disturbing other park goers.The new remote ID requirement means that I always have to have my phone plugged into the goggles with the DJI fly app open. So there are two cables hanging all the time. This is cumbersome.The video quality is ok, although I physically can not position both eye pieces to avoid parts of the screen streaming and being illegible.So I finally come home and want to show my wife the video. And you know what? There is no way to upload it from the Avata internal storage to the phone. I can transfer it to an SD card (very hard to reach spot), but I can not stream the video or just send it to the phone (not supported).So let’s recap: I have to drive pretty much as long as I fly to find clear airspace. I fly this embarrassingly super loud drone. I then try to download the video but I can’t.

  5. D. Seavey

    DJI Knocked It Out Of The Park!
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     The Avata should appeal to pilots of all experience levels who want to capture high-quality, dynamic, cinematic drone footage. It’s fun to fly, captures great video, and is a stepping stone for anyone who wants to dabble in the world of FPV.Forget about the people complaining about DJI’s decision not to sell a package with the FPV controller. I believe this was done in order to prevent inexperienced but overconfident pilots from crashing their drones and causing a bunch of supply chain headaches by demanding replacements through the Care Refresh program. I’m sure DJI will offer a package with the FPV controller in the not-too-distant future, if you don’t want to have to purchase the controller separately.First, the Avata is a BLAST to fly (even with the motion controller). It’s designed for flying in close proximity with other objects. Indoors, through trees, under and through obstacles – this thing really performs. It’s been a while since I’ve had this much fun with a drone. I’m also blown away by the quality of the footage that comes out of it. The colors are great, right out of the box, and the stabilization is fantastic.The Motion Controller is NO GIMICK. It’s a really amazing piece of technology that allows inexperienced pilots to get their feet wet with FPV without months of practice and expensive drone repairs. It’s intuitive, responsive, and accurate (check out the attached video to see what you can do with the motion controller). It does have limitations – for example, you can’t fly backwards with the motion controller, nor can you do a proper orbit without engaging the head tracking feature in the goggles – but the pros outweigh the cons. Once you’re ready to up your game, you’ll be able to buy the FPV controller and continue your drone journey.The goggles are simply amazing. The image quality is spectacular, and the transmission distance is just as impressive. Transmission distance decreases sharply when there are a lot of trees or other objects between the drone and the controller, but it’s still very impressive. I will add that the goggles can be a bit uncomfortable when worn for an extended period of time, but taking a little break between batteries should help with that issue.Battery life is also very impressive. From what I understand, the typical cinewhoop battery will provide 3 to 7 minutes of flight. I’ve been able to get 14 minutes with the Avata with brand new batteries, and expect that they’ll provide a little more after they’ve gone through a few charge/discharge cycles.All in all, the Avata is a fantastic product that I would wholeheartedly recommend to anyone in the market for a new drone.

  6. Ash Harris

    By far the most fun I’ve had with a cinematic drone. Motion Controller makes all the difference!
    I’ll start this off by saying I have owned the DJI Phantom 2, Phantom 3 Pro, Spark, Mini 2, and now the Avata. I realize some of those serve a different purpose but so far the Avata paired with the Motion Controller has by far been the easiest to use and gotten me the best footage.I think the negative reviews regarding the choice to bundle the motion controller vs the FPV Remote Controller 2 fail to realize this is designed to be in a different class from the DJI FPV. These reviews seem to mirror comments made by ‘pro’ YouTube reviewers that want to immediately fly this like a racing drone and not a fun, easy to use cinematic drone as it’s obvious this was intended. For a more casual user, like myself, the fact that the Avata is slower, weighs less, and is easier to control in tight situations with the motion controller are what made me pull the trigger while I was hesitant about the DJI FPV. I think the majority of people that want the FPV experience tailored to ease of use and cinematics with the option to later learn how to control manually are exactly why I give this bundle 5 stars.The other worry I had before ordering the Avata was based off reviews that said there were issues with blurriness and field of view with the Googles 2. Being an avid Oculus user I can immediately say these negative reviews are just plain wrong. The clarity and resolution of the Googles 2 is astounding and I can’t wait for VR headsets to start coming out that look as nice. In my initial setup of the Googles 2 I had really bad blurriness on the lower-left side of the screen but I realized it was because I was improperly setting the focus knob for my left eye. Once I took a little more time and really dialed that in, it’s been perfectly focused and a dream to wear/use.I’ll end this by saying this is the most confident I’ve felt flying a DJI drone. In each of my flights so far I’ve set up, done my checklists, and immediately just flown without the typical slight drone anxiety I have had with past drones. The amazing first-person clarity, complete intuitiveness of the motion controller right out of the box, and small size of the Avata have made this a dream to fly. For responsible fliers with the means to buy this drone I can’t recommend it highly enough!

  7. HHNYC

    Not good goggles 2 design
    Two complaints about goggles 2: 1) The face padding has no form sponge to adapt different people’s face contour, in my case caught heavy light leak around my nose and under eye area. 2) The new OLED lens small size design (round shape) severely reduced each eye’s coverage (field of view), in my case, neither my single eye can cover the entire field therefore caught severe blurred view at edges, and make both eyes extremely fatigue in short period of time. (The lens distance adjustment wouldn’t help but only changes blurred edges from one side to another).I had no problem with DJI old goggles (both original goggles and goggles v1 and v2), because all these old goggles lens have bigger rectangular shaped lens therefore offer much wider field of view angle. I am extremely disappointed with this new goggles 2 design. It lost both wearing comfortability and view clarity . Why don’t DJI make the lens diameter a little bigger???

  8. Gary P Gleason

    Mine came shipped to me using Canadian and European frequencies (CE)
    After having problems losing video feed after about 1500’ I was finally able to determine that the Avata shipped to me in the US was using low power CE frequency and not the more powerful FCC frequency that the US uses. I was able to find a hack to update the googles 2 to use FCC frequencies. I hope to test the range soon. If it works I won’t need to return the drone pro combo.

  9. Joe Blow

    A very good drone, but the price is way too high…
    This drone is considerably more expensive than the DJI FPV drone, but isn’t as powerful, or as good (and the DJI FPV is far from cheap itself). The only way this drone is better is that the goggles are lighter and have built in diopters and the drone has blade guards. However, the price is pretty much insane, by the time you buy the drone, goggles, a real controller, and extra batteries it’s more than $2,000. So I like the drone, but feel completely ripped off with DJI pricing. Yes, I obviously knew the price when I ordered it, but still there’s no excuse for the crazy price, they would be still be making tons of money even if they charged half the current price.

  10. Sean Campbell

    It made me appreciate FPV
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     I suspected the Avata would be a great starting point to get into FPV. I’ve pushed this drone to limits it isn’t made for. This isn’t a 5″ freestyle drone. It does have that left swing jerking occasionally if you whip it too fast. It’s truly meant to fly and capture Cinematic moments. I recommend spending over a 100 hours in the simulator before you try manual mode if you’re new like I was. It absolutely translates over. There was a time I couldn’t keep the drone off the ground. I’ve successfully taken this apart, fixed a sensor, upgraded props, replaced the body etc. It made me really appreciate FPV. I’m going to keep it for real estate and mountain skimming scenes.There are other options out there, cheaper options as well, but with DJI support I don’t know if I’d do anything different.

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