Not yet revealed DJI FPV racing drone taken out of the box

It is now unofficially known that DJI is working on one first person view racing drone. The quadcopter has a striking appearance, and now it has been removed from the packaging by the YouTube channel Dominion Drones.

The box clearly shows the stickers ‘not for sale’ and ‘display demo’, but the fact that there is already neat packaging at all suggests that an introduction is around the corner. It rumor has it that he will go through life as ‘DJI Flash’, which is probably a taste of the speed it can achieve.

It looks a lot more aerodynamic than most of the home-built racing drones that have been flooding the internet for a few years now. At the front is a single camera of unknown resolution, and at the bottom are two additional cameras that may be used as object detection sensors.

According to the YouTuber, the headset with the built-in display is a lot lighter than the existing variant – while DJI has not yet unveiled a FPV drone, the Chinese manufacturer has different parts for such racing drones, among others. Also the remote control has a different appearance than it existing product. It is striking that the video has now been taken offline from Domonion Drones itself, instead it is on a YouTube channel called SpiderMonkeyFPV.

Source: Dominion Drones (YouTube)

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