DJI’s new FPV drone DJI Avata which was introduced by the company in late August 2022 is now available in Nepal.
The DJI Avata price in Nepal is Rs. 2,28,000 for the Pro-View Combo. Whereas, the DJI Avata Fly More Kit price in Nepal is Rs. 45,000. It is available at Oliz Store.
The DJI Avata is DJI’s second first-person-view (FPV) drone, the first being last year’s DJI FPV. The Avata is geared toward beginners and professionals alike. It is designed to be paired with DJI Goggles 2 and DJI Motion Controller.
DJI Avata Specifications
- Body: 180 x 180 x 180 mm (L×W×H)
- Camera: 48 MP
- Sensor Size: 1/1.7-inch CMOS, f/2.8 aperture, 155° FOV
- Video Resolution:
- Max Image Size: 4000 x 3000, JPEG
- Memory: 20GB internal storage, supports microSD up to 256 GB
- Max Speed:
- Manual mode: 27 m/s
- Sport mode: 14 m/s
- Normal mode: 8 m/s
- Max Ascent Speed: 6 m/s (Normal Mode, Sport Mode)
- Max Descent Speed: 6 m/s (Normal Mode, Sport Mode)
- Max Takeoff Altitude: 5000 m
- Max Hover Time: Approx. 18 mins (measured in windless conditions)
- Max Flight Distance: 11.6 km
- Max Wind Speed Resistance: 10.7 m/s (Level 5)
- Video Transmission: DJI O3+
- GNSS Support: GPS, BelDou, GALILEO
DJI Avata Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,28,000 (Pro-View Combo)
DJI Avata Overview
The propellers of the DJI Avata are protected by built-in propeller guards. So, it can handle minor collisions. And there is the Turtle mode, which can flip the drone if it is upside down after a crash.
The drone is 410 grams, which is significantly lighter than the 795g DJI FPV. The drone has an Infrared Sensing System and two downward-facing sensors for the Downward Vision System. However, it does not have any forward sensors, which the DJI FPV had.
If you buy the bundle, it comes with DJI’s newest flight control headset DJI Goggles 2, and the DJI Motion Controller to control the flight. The DJI Motion Controller guides the drone according to the movement of your hand.
The Avata is also compatible with the existing DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2.
DJI Goggles 2
The DJI Goggles 2 is a video headset that comes with the bundle. It features a micro-OLED screen with adjustable diopters. The adjustable diopters eliminate the need to wear glasses if you normally wear them.
The side of the headset has a touch panel that lets you control its settings with only one hand. The DJI Avata can transmit 1080p/100fps with H.265 decoding using DJI O3+ transmission debuted in DJI Mavic 3.
The Goggles 2 has a transmission delay as low as approximately 30 milliseconds and up to 10km transmission distance. It also can auto-switch dual frequencies and a high bitrate of 50Mbps.
DJI Motion Controller
The DJI Motion Controller is a flight control device, which may look like a video game controller. It is a motion-controlled device that allows you to control the drone using the motions of one hand.
The controller has an emergency brake button that stops the drone and hovers it in place.
The 48MP 1/1.7-inch CMOS sensor has an f/2.8 aperture and an ultra-wide-angle lens with a viewing angle of up to 155-degree. The drone can take aerial photography and videography at up to 4K/60fps, and slow-motion footage at 2.7K/100fps.
The Avata can also shoot with DJI’s D-Cinelike color profile that captures broader details, making it easier to edit in post-production. It also includes DJI RockSteady and DJI HorizonSteady EIS for video stabilization.
The DJI Avata has three flight modes: Normal (N) Mode, Sport (S) Mode, and Manual (M) Mode. N mode is for beginners, while Sport Mode gives a bit more control while still offering some of the key safety features of N mode.
The M mode requires you to have DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 instead of the DJI Motion Controller. This mode gives full control to the user.
When the transmission is lost or when the battery is critically low, the Failsafe Return to Home feature automatically returns the drone to its starting location.
The drone employs DJI’s GEO 2.0 geofencing system to automatically stop drones from flying near certain high-risk places, such as airports, and to notify pilots of airspace restrictions and potential hazards
Additionally, the DJI’s AirSense ADS-B receiver system alerts drone operators when airplanes or helicopters are nearby, and broadcasts DJI’s AeroScope signal to help authorities monitor airborne drones in sensitive locations.
Furthermore, in addition to supporting up to 256GB microSD card, the drone also has 20GB of storage onboard. To control the DJI Avata, users can download the DJI Fly app.
The DJI Avata has a 2420mAh battery. DJI claims that the drone can last up to 18 minutes hovering in an environment without wind or interference on a single charge. It can travel 11.6kmm before running out of battery.
DJI Avata Price in Nepal and Availability
The DJI Avata price in Nepal is Rs. 2,28,000 for the Pro-View Combo. The DJI Avata Fly More Kit costs Rs. 45,000. It is available at Oliz Store.
The DJI Avata Pro-View Combo includes DJI Avata, DJI Goggles 2, and the DJI Motion Controller. The DJI Avata Fly Smart Combo includes DJI Avata, the DJI FPV Goggles V2, and the DJI Motion Controller.
The DJI Avata Fly More Kit includes two DJI Avata Intelligent Flight Batteries and one DJI Avata Battery Charging Hub.
|DJI Avata||Price in Nepal|
|Pro-View Combo||Rs. 228000|
|Fly More Kit||Rs. 45000|
DJI Avata is an FPV drone with built-in propeller guards. Depending on the bundle, it comes with DJI’s new DJI Goggles 2 and DJI Motion Controller. The drone can shoot up to 4K/60fps and 2.7K/100fps, and has D-Cinelike color mode. It also has three flight modes, EIS, DJI’s GEO 2.0, and DJI’s AirSense ADS-B receiver system.
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