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Price dropped to $139 - Eachine Goggle One

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by RadRich, Jul 29, 2016.

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    That looks promising :)
     
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    As of 10:32 PM Central time on 8/15/2016, they are now showing as $129.99, with free shipping to the US.
     
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    Newbee when it come to FPV. So, how would this be wirelessly connected to a DJI RC? Looks very good value!
     
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    Would not recommend wireless. Use HDMI.
     
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    How would you connect via hdmi instead of wifi? Hdmi to controller? Sorry I'm new to the drone world
     
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    Yes. HDMI from controller to goggles on a P3A or P3P with the DJI HDMI Output Module upgrade installed on the controller.
     
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    So p3 std is wireless only with goggles? :-(
     
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    Unless you have an HDMI out from your Phone/Tablet.....
     
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    I've been flying these now for about a month. HDMI exclusively, with my P3A. Installed some cheater lenses to help my old eyes, and am using a better battery (OEM battery shipped with unit [​IMG] ........well, you know).

    For this purpose, in my setup, I'm pleased. A much more enjoyable experience than the FatShark Dom3's I returned. Telemetry is cut off a bit, as noted by others, but definitely not unusable. I can still read my altitude and distance.

    Obviously, I can't speak to wireless functionality, but HDMI in, I'd reccommend them.