DJI Goggles Racing Edition: speed and freedom.


On November 22nd, the DJI Goggles Racing Edition FPV Goggles was presented in the official press release of DJI Innovations. Goggles RE, in addition to the brutal black metallic color and red leather upholstery, received a number of significant improvements that every UAV pilot thought about when he first learned about DJI Goggles.


* New features for the DJI Goggles Racing Edition.

  • OcuSync transmission technology
  • Dual-band 2.4 and 5.8GHz video transmission
  • Supports automatic carrier change technology FHSS
  • Transmission of digital video signal with delay up to 50ms
  • Built-in video receiver operating at analog frequency 5.8GHz
  • 12 selectable FPV channels
  • Distance up to 7km
  • Supports MP4, MOV and MKV video formats
  • Supports Sphere mode (360 ° panorama view)
  • DJI OcuSync FPV camera for expanding the use of glasses (for Combo set)
  • DJI OcuSync Air Unit External VTX for Goggle Expansion (for Combo Kit)
  • 2 × Ultra High Quality Screens
  • Supports Intelligent Flight Modes
  • Head Motion Control you

About the new product

DJI Goggles RE are focused primarily on UAV pilots who are demanding on the quality of the transmitted FPV signal. Now, in addition to receiving a digital video signal using OcuSync technology, thanks to the built-in video receiver, the glasses also support analog in the 5.8 GHz frequency range. This means the Goggles RE are compatible with any racing drone in your drone fleet.


DJI Goggles Racing Edition can be used not only when piloting UAVs, but also when driving radio-controlled cars, robots, etc. This opportunity appeared thanks to the union of two additional accessories that are included in the Combo package:

  1. FPV camera DJI OcuSync
  2. External video transmitter Ocusync Air Unit

Package Contents

* DJI Goggles Racing Edition Kit.

The developer offers three configuration options:

  1. DJI Goggles Racing Edition
  2. DJI Goggles Racing EditionAnd finally, to get a minimum delay of 50m / s, the picture must come in 480p at 50fps. To get the most complete understanding of the new version of the glasses, we suggest that you familiarize yourself with the basic questions and answers below.


    Q: What are the differences between DJI Goggles and DJI Goggles RE?

    A: Goggles RE Enhancements:

    1. In addition to 2.4GHz digital transmission, the new DJI Goggles RE also support 5.8GHz, avoiding common interference in busy 2.4 GHz band.
    2. Redesigned internal linear polarized omnidirectional antennas and added a new external Pagoda antenna, a single frequency omnidirectional antenna with left circular polarization (LHCP) at 5.8 GHz.
    3. Restructured the radio strategy and video decoding algorithm to reduce transmission latency to 50ms (with less than 10ms wireless latency; achieved with 480p video stream testing), ensuring smooth and reliable video transmission and avoiding video latency and disconnection from the digital video transmission system during normal operation.
    4. DJI Goggles RE supports analog transmission at any integer frequency from 5.650 to 5.925 GHz and storage of analog video on a Micro SD card.
    5. DJI Goggles RE can store digital video on a Micro SD card.
    6. DJI Goggles RE supports local video playback and Sphere panorama viewing, allowing users to turn their head to get a 360 ° view of the Sphere panorama.
    7. The face cushion has been redesigned and new replaceable leather materials have been used in the headband to make it even more comfortable.

    Q: What DJI drones are the glasses compatible with?

    A: Spark, Mavic series, Phantom 4 series and Inspire 2.

    Q: What are the Goggles RE powered by?

    A: Built-in 9440mAh lithium polymer battery.

    Q: Is video recording possible?

    A: Yes, all mask images and videos will be saved on the microSD card pre-installed in the glasses microSD port. The recording will be carried out both digital signals and analog.

    Q: Is the OcuSync Air Unit compatible with other FPV cameras?

    A: No, only with DJI OcuSync camera.

    Q: Can the DJI OcuSync camera be connected to other Air Unit transmission systems?

    A: No.

    Q: Can I get 5.8GHz analog images?

    A: Yes.

    Q: Do the glasses support Headtracking mode?

    A: Yes, for orientation control.

    Q: Do the glasses support random frequency hopping (FHSS) when transmitting a signal?

    A: Yes, the FHSS technology works, it allows you to automatically change the carrier frequency if the channel is noisy. Works only in conjunction with OcuSync.

    Q: What are the features of the DJI OcuSync camera?

    О: Built on 1/3 ″ CMOS sensor with Global shutter instant image fixation (reduces unwanted effects of Rolling Shutter). The FOV of the camera is 148 °. It can shoot at 1280x960 at 50fps, 1280x720 at 60fps, and 640x480 at 100fps. Works with Ocusync Air Unit VTX only. The detailed specification is here.

    Q: What flight controllers does the DJI OcuSync camera support?

    O: F3, F4, KISS, NAZE.

    Q: What control equipment does the DJI OcuSync camera support?

    O: X9D (Frsky), DEVO 10 (Walkera), T8FG (Futaba), T14SG (Futaba), WTF09sll (WFLY), AT9S (RadioLink).

    Q: What are the features of the Ocusync Air Unit VTX?

    A: Designed to transmit the video signal received from the DJI OcuSync camera. Operates in two bands of radio frequencies 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz with support for FHSS technology. It has 19 channels (12 at 5.8 GHz and 7 at 2.4 GHz). Capable of transmitting a picture in a resolution of 1280 × 960 pixels with a delay of 70 m / s at 50 frames per second. To provide video transmission with a minimum latency of 50m / s, it switches to 480p resolution at 50 frames per second.

    Q: Dimensions / weight of the camera and VTX?

    A: Dimensions of the OcuSync camera: 2.94 × 2.82 × 2.26 cm. Weight: 18.2 g. Ocusync Air Unit dimensions: 7.2 × 3.3 × 1.4 cm. Weight: 43.7 g.

    Q: Power of the transmitted signal?

    A: The 2.4 GHz is 178 mW for the US (FCC) and 70 mW for Europe (EU). At 5.8 GHz, it is 350 mW for the US (FCC) and 18 mW for Europe (EU).

    Q: What is the permissible outbound distance?

    A: In the 2.4GHz band - 4 km for Europe (7 km for the USA). In the 5.8 GHz band - 700 meters for Europe (4 km for the USA).

    Q: What is the digital latency with the Ocusync Air Unit?

    A: Specification: 70 milliseconds at 1280 × 960 at 50 frames per second, 60 milliseconds at 1280 × 720 at 60 frames per second, and 50 milliseconds at 640 × 480 at 50 frames per second.

    Q: Price?

    A: The DJI Goggles Racing Edition kit is available for $ 549. DJI Goggles Racing Edition Kit