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Z-Zoom
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Goggles
I want to buy a set of DJI goggles. I have the Mavic Pro and Mavic 2. I want a set that I can use for both Drones and get the best performance. I believe that the new set (black) set can also be used for other drones, RC Drones, not DJI.But I want to buy the set that I can use for both Mavics and get the best results! I will not be using them for RC drones. Black or White? .

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Dirty Bird
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Both versions of the goggles work with the Mavic Pro & the Mavic 2.  If those are your intended aircraft the black RE version adds only 5.8 ghz band compatibility for the Mavic 2.  The white goggles just limit your Mavic 2 connection to the 2.4 ghz band.  It's your call whether the $200 price difference is worth it.
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Dose it make a difference or is just the distance with the 5.8ghz?
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Hi there. I already replied to this thread https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=167255 Thanks!
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Z-Zoom Posted at 2018-9-22 09:12
Dose it make a difference or is just the distance with the 5.8ghz?

In a clean RF environment 2.4 generally gets better penetration & longer range than 5.8.  5.8 comes in handy when flying in RF congested areas like cities & densely packed urban environments. I don't think the 2.4-only of the white goggles is a deal-breaker considering the $200 price difference between the two goggle versions.  If money isn't an issue get the RE Goggles, otherwise save the $200 for other accessories.
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