DJI Avata: Details about DJI FPV successor surface with a new camera and improved battery life
@DealsDrone has provided insights into DJI's next drone, following the release of the Mini 3 Pro. While the Mini 3 Pro is a 249 g drone, the DJI Avata is expected to succeed the DJI FPV. Allegedly, the DJI Avata carries the model number WM169, down from WM170 for the DJI FPV.
Writing on Twitter, @DealsDrone reports that the DJI Avata will be capable of flying indoors and will support features like head chase mode. However, there will be no manual mode for one reason or another. Also, the DJI Avata will be compatible with a headset that allows the wearer to see the drone's field of view in real-time, improving manoeuvrability compared to something like the DJI Mini 3 Pro.
According to @DealsDrone, the DJI Avata will receive to major advantages over the DJI FPV. Specifically, the leaker expects DJI to equip the Avata with a superior camera, mirroring the changes from the Mini 2 to the Mini 3 Pro. Additionally, they state the DJI Avata will have 'greatly improved battery life'. It remains to be seen what battery capacity the DJI Avata has, although @DealsDrone expects the drone to weigh about 500 g. Reportedly, DJI is targeting a July or August 2022 release date.