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MyBud 1080P HDMI 3D Virtual Glasses for FPV $333

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by rhj12345, Oct 3, 2015.

  1. rhj12345

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    No, but the LCD resolution is WVGA, so it will look like a 100" blur in front of your face. I wouldn't buy them. Wait for the real HD stuff coming out in the next few months.
     
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    Sounds good, was hoping for something to buy in about 2 months just in time for xmas.
     
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    These are available on eBay at 199.
     
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    I was wondering if you could give me some insight on the mybuds as I just got the dominators and im shocked at how UnImmersive it actually is. Are the mybuds more immersive so you dont feel like you are looking through coke bottles at a phone, or is the image just more clear?
     
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    I had bought Fat Shark Dominator V3 but didn't like so bought Mybud.

    Mybud has smaller form factor and video looks much better. I use it regularly but looking for still better goggles with full HD resolution. I have Sony T3 with great resolution but too heavy to carry to field.
     
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    Yea I was also considering the headplays but the former factor is kind
    of crazy even though I hear that they aren't that heavy. Also people seem to dislike such a large FOV because they have to look around for the OSD. Maybe the tech just isn't there yet?
     
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    I think the mybuds offer the best value for the money!
     
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    Once you experience the Headplay HDs you easily accept the trade off of looking like a geek wearing them. Totally immersive and clear, incredible value @ $250 IMHO.
     
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    I gotta tell you, being that I look like a geek anyway my main concern which wound up causing me to get the FS was the portability or lack thereof. I usually have my DJI backpack on my back, dog Leash in one hand, and use the second hand for everything else. I was kind of concerned that they might get messed up. Looks like I will figure out a way though thank you for the input, I'm going to return the FS and try the HP.
     
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    I just bougth mybud from ebay for 190€, express shipping included!
    Can't wait to try them with my p3 advanced and my nvidia shield k1 tablet!
    Anythig to suggest for setting while waiting?
    What should i expect from em!"?
    I read good reviews especially from
    People using them for fpv !
     
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    The mybuds are pretty good. Better than other googles I've used (fat shark and boscam). They do irritate my nose after 15mins or so. Also, if I move around, the nose guard starts to move down, so I have to adjust. It gives the feeling of watching in a movie theater which works for me since I'm farsighted. Otherwise, I'm loving the pretty good color, clarity and light weight.
     
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    Do you happen to have a link for one to monitor this?