DJI Air 2S rumors have been growing steadily in the past few weeks, with evidence mounting that DJI is working on a successor to the mid-range DJI Mavic Air 2 – and now fresh speculation has suggested it could with an unexpected feature.
We recently saw the arrival of the DJI FPV, which comes with DJI’s FPV Goggles V2 – this headset receives a latency-free video feed from the drone, so you can get a bird’s eye view from the sky for a pretty thrilling flying experience.
According to a DroneDJ source, it now seems the rumored DJI Air 2S will benefit from the same trick and “be capable of connecting with the V2 Goggles for First Person View flight”.
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