The world's largest consumer drone manufacturer's CineWhoop-style mini FPV product is no longer a rumour.
The DJI Avata has appeared in the FCC database today, implying that its release date will be announced soon.
As you may be aware, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) assigns unique codes to companies in order to identify wireless products on the market.
The US government agency examines various products from a variety of perspectives, ensuring that the wireless signals emitted by a device are within acceptable limits.
When a product receives an FCC code after extensive testing, it is safe to assume that it will be released soon.
The current DJI FPV battery has a capacity of 2,000 mAh and claims up to 20 minutes of flight time.
Interestingly, the FCC has received two versions of the DJI Goggles 2 under the model numbers RCDS18 and RCDS18B.