Leaked photos of DJI Avata shows a different and also according to some persons, curios design from the mini 3 Pro.
Leaked Photos Shows a Different Design from the Mini 3 Pro
In newly leaked photos, the rumored DJI Avata drone seems to be revealed thus giving uses an up close look at the indoor flying camera and in the process easing the tension surrounding launch delay news. Regular DJI leaker @OsitaLV posted the leaked photos on Twitter and it is the first time that the FPV (First-person view) has been seen in the wild. And quite frankly, it sports a varying and different design from the company’s existing models.
And unlike the DJI’s present Mavic, Air Mini, and FPV ranges, the compact DJI Avata seems to have guarded propellers that will allow it to fly safely in constricted spaces and around people. This therefore simply means that it could be great for shooting aerial videos for social media content very much like the most recent Snap Pixy.
You should also note that the DJI Avata and Snap Pixy which can seamlessly fit into your pocket and also weighs only 101g are not likely going to be direct competitors. The Avata for a start is already expected to be an FPV drone which simply means that it will most likely be flown making use of an included headset rather than just your phone.
The DJI Avata Looks Similar To Its Mini-Series in Size
When you take a good look at the DJI’s indoor-friendly drone you will see that it looks very similar to its mini-series in terms of size. This means that it should have space for a much better camera than the pixy including all of the software smarts that the DJI is currently known for. These are very much likely to include the RockSteady 2.0 and HorizonSteady stabilization as seen on previous cameras such as the DJI Action 2 action cam.
It seems that electronic stabilization are likely to be an integral component on the Avata as the newly leaked images now show to confirm that the drone only will have a single-axis gimbal. Other DJI drones are made up of three axis gimbals making sure that aerial footage remains stable and at the same time smooth. But that however is less subtle for the cinewhoop drones that are manufactured for the shooting of fast-paced, dynamic indoor footage.
The DJI Avata Seems To Be On Track for a Launch Soon
Rumors coming in recently however suggest that the release date for the DJI Avata has been delayed from its original July take off date. But with the emergence of the new leaked images, it simply seems that the drone is still very much on track for unveiling.