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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Shaunhaines, Dec 9, 2014.

  1. Shaunhaines

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    Hi need some help

    I have a phantom 2 vision + and have a pair of fat shark FPV goggles with 5.8ghz TX.


    Is there a way I can integrate my video TX to the video out of the phantoms camera ?

    Thanks guys


    Shaun
     
  2. nhoover

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    You can't use that with a Vision/Vision+ because they transmit video on 2.4Ghz and control on 5.8Ghz. You wanted to get a P2 which does control on 2.4Ghz leaving 5.8Ghz for FPV - a more standard setup. Another advantage is that you can use other controllers. I ordered a Futaba 12sg for my new P2.
     
  3. Fplvert

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    Hi Shaun,
    There are really only two goggles that work with the vision, Epson's Moverios and Zeiss Cinemizers.
    Epsons are android and Zeiss are IOS. I have seen both for sale in the Classified forum.
     
  4. CityZen

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    Do the Fatshark goggles also have video in? If so, you can get a video tx/rx that uses some other frequency besides 2.4 or 5.8Ghz.
    You would split the P2V+ video to feed both the wifi module and the video tx, then feed the video rx to the Fatshark goggles.
     
  5. Shaunhaines

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    Many thanks

    If I used the carlZuiss googles, would you say it would be best to use the iPhone's hdmi out to the hdmi in? Or would they connect to the p2v+ Wifi stream ?

    Cheers
     
  6. Fplvert

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    The Zeiss goggles plug into a Hdmi/lightning adaptor. I use a Standard Hdmi male to male coupling between the two cables. These work for iPhone or iPad and the video streams on both devices so more than one person can watch.
     
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