After many controversies, Dealdrone has finally confirmed some good news. The DJI RC will support DJI Air 2s from this month. Another announcement came from the leaker, which is also a piece of pretty good news. In late October, the DJI Mavic 3 Classic will be available with the DJI RC.
Dealdrone shared a chat screenshot with DJI customer service, and the CS said that the DJI RC would soon support the DJI Air 2s.
Some features of the new DJI RC
A DJI RC remote controller provides an unparalleled flying experience for DJI drones. It has a compact design, an FHD display, an incredibly long battery life, new dual-spring control sticks for more comfortable flying, support for DJI O3+ advanced video transmission technology, and a new DJI O3+ video transmission technology. Aerial creation is now more practical than ever, thanks to its tremendous capability.
For smoother control and safer flight, DJI RC can deliver low-latency HD 1080p/60fps live feeds with a maximum transmission range of 15 km when used with drones that support O3+ transmission.
- It is very light, weighing around 390 gm.
- The integrated 5.5-inch FHD screen provides up to 700 nits of long-lasting brightness.
- Four hours of uninterrupted battery life.
- It has a USB-type C port and a micro SD card slot.
- Due to its built-in touch screen, there’s no need to attach any smartphone to fly a drone anymore.
- Smooth control
- The cost is $309.
DJI Air 2s uses DJI O3 transmission technology, but DJI RC currently uses O3+. So, using a firmware update, they will also make the RC compatible with O3 technology.