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New Question in regards to Moverio BT 200 Phantom 2 V+

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Torcan, May 23, 2015.

  1. Torcan

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    Hi

    I have a pair of Moverio BT-200 glasses coming

    my question is this:
    mainly aimed at those here that have purchased them and wear prescription glasses

    I wear progressive prescription glasses
    I understand that the Moverio comes with a prescription lens,

    which lens of my progressives, should I have made, the top half for distance, or the bottom half I use for reading ?

    might seem like a dumb question, but I would like to know which ones before splurging on a prescription that might be wrong

    I am going to ask a few more questions going forward, as I just realized as well that the glasses coming are the Developer OS ones, so I understand there is a different way of getting them to work for FPV
     
  2. peter west nz

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    They should be the prescription for long vision only. You look straight through them at the bird and the screen at the same time. I gave up on progressives in the end and went to bifocals for normal use. Ken Argo has a version of his DJI Ultimate flight app which is set up for them specifically, although I used them with the normal dji app before that. I don't think they will work with the p3 software, although I will try it out - probably screen mirroring will work.
     
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  3. mad in nc

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    how would they support a lasik recipient? Could lasik patients still use them?
     
  4. peter west nz

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    I don't see why not - all it requires is that you have normal long vision, either corrected with lenses [actually, you can wear them over your normal glasses, as I did when I started] or with laser surgery - they don't care.
     
  5. dirtdummy

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    I have bifocals got script for long sight works great.