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Case for Headplays?

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by DroneTone, Feb 18, 2016.

  1. DroneTone

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    Enjoying my new Headplay goggles I fitted with the RHO lens.
    The screen view is much better with the RHO lens than with the stock Fresnel lens.
    When heading out for a flight, I usually carry the Phantom & accessories in my hardshell knapsack.
    However I'm undecided about what to use for a case to transport the Headplay goggles,
    the they bag included is just too unprotected.
    In the same bag I'd also carry an iPad and maybe a foldable foam pad to depart from.
    I'm suppose the right-sized camera case would do, but just wondering if there's any other ideas...
     
  2. jpd

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    How about a small Pelican case, there nice weatherproof and the smaller ones don't really break the bank, or a case like them? Just an idea that way you could custom cut out the foam and them would be really protected. Or if it was a bit bigger you could actually launch off of it.


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  3. Carloss66

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    I think that even a small cheap foam cooler with some pluck foam inside will do the trick.