A user has posted a photo of their DJI FPV Goggles V2 with an abnormal-looking green line partially going across the display. The user posted the photo yesterday after the green line began to appear only after using the goggles a few times.
UPDATE: Based on user comments, it appears that the goggles mentioned in this post were damaged due to user error. The green line we can see is from when the sun shines onto the display, burning the pixels.
One user replying to the images suggested that the goggles had been sitting in the sun for an extended period of time, which could cause something like this. However, the OP replied that they hadn’t and that the goggles have only been used a few times.
Another user said that the LCD in the goggles might be faulty or have been damaged during production. This is most likely the culprit. The OP replied to this user, sharing that the goggles have already been sent back to DJI, and he is currently waiting for a reply from the company on the issue. A DJI rep then joined in on the conversation asking for the case number, with a promise of following up on the issue.
From the images posted to the DJI Baidu forum, the green line isn’t solid, almost making it look like specific pixels aren’t working correctly. If this is the case, DJI will likely replace the unit’s damaged display rather than send a whole product back to the user.
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