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DJI O3 Air Unit with 10km Range, 155 Degree View or More

This month, DJI unveiled its new flagship video transmission system in the form of the DJI O3 Air Unit. Designed to provide users with ultralow latency with a 1/1.7inch sensor and an ultrawide 155° field of view. Together with an ultrawide 155° field of view, you can shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second, eliminating the need to install additional cameras on your drone or project. Watch the video below to learn more about what you can expect from DJI’s new flagship video transmission system.

DJI O3 Air Unit Features

“Equipped with DJI’s flagship O3+ video transmission system, the O3 Air Unit delivers crisp, ultralow latency feeds, allowing you to fly with absolute confidence. With a 1/1.7inch sensor and an ultrawide 155° field of view, you can shoot 4K video at 60fps without having to add additional cameras to your build.”

Air unit DJI O3

“With DJI’s advanced video transmission technology in a compact and lightweight body, the DJI O3 Air Unit takes your FPV experience to new heights. Enjoy superior HD video transmission over long distances with low latency. The O3 Air Unit takes image performance a step further with a 1/1.7inch sensor, 155° ultrawide field of view, flagship video technology and other enhancements. [1] It is also compatible with a wide range of products and offers a video transfer solution to help you unleash your full creative potential.”

“Equipped with the DJI O3+ Video Transfer function, the DJI O3 Air Unit provides many powerful video transfer options. Fly your drone with fast response and get a clear, ultraclear live feed. The 2T2R omnidirectional antennas further ensure the stability and smoothness of video transmission in the signal coverage area.”

Source: DJI

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