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DJI Boosts Avata 2 With 4K Slow-Motion and Wider Controller Choice With New Firmware Update

DJI has rolled out a new firmware update that enhances your DJI Avata 2 experience with new features, enhanced compatibility, and more. As per the company, this new firmware update brings the capability to capture smoother and more detailed slow-motion footage. With 100 frames captured per second, at 4K resolution, you’ll have more flexibility to slow down your videos and create a more cinematic effect. The update also expands the range of controllers that work with the Avata 2.

This includes the DJI Goggles Integra, DJI RC Motion 2, DJI Goggles 2, and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2, giving you more flexibility in how you control the drone. The update improves the color accuracy of footage captured by the Avata 2 with D-Log M/HLG display color restoration brought to Goggles 3. You can also add some cool VFX effects in the clip captured by the DJI AVATA 2 with the LightCut app. The user can download the firmware update from the DJI Fly app or the DJI Assistant app.


The company just recently launched the DJI Avata 2 which comes with some impressive camera features with a 1/1.3-inch 48MP F/2.8 CMOS sensor and a 12.7mm focal length, offering a wide 155-degree field of view. It can download videos with 4K/2.7K resolutions supporting frame rates from 60 to 120 FPS. Now with the update users will be able to record the slow-motion videos at 4K resolution. Additionally, you also get to see features like  RockSteady 3.0+, HorizonSteady, and HorizonBalancing stabilization.

Its new accessory DJI Goggles 3 comes with the  DJI’s latest O4 digital video transmission with a 2-transmitter, 4-receiver, and 6-antenna design, ensuring a robust anti-interference capability. It is light comfortable and its battery can work for up to 3 hours. Its DJI RC Motion 3 controller easy control lets you do aerial acrobatics. It can be controlled with one hand and comes with a variety of function buttons on its compact body enabling you to perform takeoffs, stops, mode switches, and fancy acrobatic maneuvers with just a ‘push’ of your finger.

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