DJI Goggles Integra vs DJI Goggles 2: Digital FPV goes head to head
Josh Spires | 18 April, 2023 | News
DJI's latest FPV Goggles, DJI Goggles Integra replace the still popular and available DJI Goggles 2 adding a new feature, lowering the price, and removing other features. Let's put the two head-to-head.
DJI Goggles Integra and Goggles 2 are the same when it comes to the displays, the most important feature of FPV Goggles. As for the batteries, Integra features a headband with a battery on the rear making it a lot easier to use and removes the need to carry a battery around in a pocket like the Goggles 2.
DJI has also removed the touchpad system in favour for physical buttons. A welcome change that makes interfacing with the goggles a lot easier to do, especially when they are being worn.
A number of features, including the live streaming functionality, dot matrix display, speaker, 3.5mm audio port, and the dioptre adjustment function have been removed. Likely features that weren't often used. Integra does come with corrective lenses, which removes the need for the built-in dioptre adjustment.
DJI Integra upgrades
While a number of secondary features have been removed a number of new ones to improve the immersive experience of FPV flying. Goggles Integra features DJI's head tracking feature, allowing users to control the camera tilt and yaw of the drone.
Integra uses the improved DJI O3+ transmission technology and has a large list of compatible products, taking it from four to six. The UI and overall comfortability of the goggles has also been improved.
|DJI Goggles Integra||DJI Goggles 2|
|Release date||February 2023||August 2022|
|Weight||Approx. 410 g (battery included)||Approx. 290 g (headband included)|
|Screen size||0.49-inch per screen||0.49-inch per screen|
|Screen resolution||1920×1080 per screen||1920×1080 per screen|
|Screen Refresh rate||Up to 100 Hz||Up to 100 Hz|
|Interpupillary distance range||56-72 mm||56-72 mm|
|Dioptre adjustment range||N/A, corrective lenses included||-8.0 D to +2.0 D|
|Wireless streaming||N/A||Supports DLNA protocol|
|Battery life||Approx. 2 hours||Approx. 2 hours|
|Battery||Internal 2450 mAh battery||External 1800 mAh battery|
|Transmission technology||DJI O3+||DJI O3|
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