Parrot has introduced the newest version of its ANAFI drone, the ANAFI FPV.
Users can pair their smartphone to ANAFI FPV with the FreeFlight 6.6 app and place their phone in the included Cockpitglasses, which can then be worn for a first-person-view (FPV) experience. The drone’s 180-degree tilting camera – with 3-axis stabilization and 3x zoom – provides an FPV view at speeds of up to 31 mph (50 km/h). In addition, any safety alerts or geofencing limits are automatically highlighted in the field of view.
The main FPV heads-up display (HUD) shows contextual information, such as flight speed, direction, altitude and drone location. But with the click of a button on top of the Cockpitglasses, users can swap to a minimal HUD interface, providing a fully immersive FPV flight.
Two new flight presets have joined ANAFI’s menu of options:
• Cinematic preset: Users can capture footage that makes it look as if they are behind the controls of a glider. The horizontal axis of the 4K HDR camera is locked to the tilt of the drone, and footage shows every bank and turn in the flight.
• Racing preset: While the cinematic preset is built for stable and fluid motion, the racing preset is built for speed.
Going for $799, an ANAFI FPV “all in one” pack includes the drone, one battery, one Skycontroller 3 remote control, one pair of Cockpitglasses, 1 16gb SD memory card, one USB-C cable, one extra set of propellers and one ANAFI FPV backpack.