Avata firmware 1.02.0000 released

New firmware has been released for the Avata. Here’s a complete list of changes:

  • Added support for Remote ID requirements in the United States.

  • Added ability to detect abnormal attitude and brake automatically when the aircraft turns sharply at high speed with an altitude of more than 5 m in Manual mode.

  • Added ability to cancel the countdown for low battery RTH by pressing the brake button.

  • Added support for the aircraft to record video at 4K@30fps, 2.7K@30fps, and 1080p@30fps. When used with DJI Goggles 2, 2.7K@120fps and 1080p@120fps are also available.

  • Added ability to transfer data from the aircraft storage to the microSD card. Go to Settings > Camera in the goggles menu to use this function.

  • Added ability to set sharpness and noise reduction parameters. Go to Settings > Camera > Advanced Camera Settings in the goggles menu to set the parameters.

  • Improved D-Cinelike to 10bit, providing more possibilities for post-processing.

  • Optimized flight stability in some scenarios.

  • Optimized the video transmission fluency in broadcast mode

The official release notes document is available on the Avata downloads page.