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recommendations for the BEST fpv goggles!!

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by ftimster, Sep 6, 2014.

  1. ftimster

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    going to get a pair but what to hear from the community what is the best of the best fpv goggles thanks guys .....somthing that im wondering about whitch goggles will work with the booster app!!??
     
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    I've used the FoxTech goggles for about a year now with no problems. Requires a power input of course but has an integrated receiver. At that time it was roughly a little under $400. I felt it was a good choice but my only issue was a lack of clarity. Example; I couldn't see if there were any deer between rows of the orchard I fly over. I now use the Carl Zeiss Cinemizer and am very pleased. Excellent product. I bit expensive but after weeks of wondering if it was going to be worth the investment and better than the FoxTech, I have to say it was.
     
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    Would you recommend the foxtrch goggles. And how do they hook up to the phantom. What range do you get on the fpv
    Thanks
     
  6. eroomomni

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    Yes, the FoxTech are great. I put a cloverleaf antenna and got 1500 meters distance. You'll need to power it with a small battery. Here is a video that shows my setup and some ideas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxSEXDYP4tE
     
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    I have not tried the zeiss cinemizer, but the following cnet review seems to believe that their quality and performance suck, both sound and video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9Rh6UNSU0M

    I am the owner of an EPSON moverio, and these glasses rock! I like the fact that I can see the drone while watching FPV. Now that I am used to this way of flying, I don't think I can ever go back to any other way... :ugeek:
     
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    We'll the Cinemizers definitely don't suck. Apparently DJI must think they're good enough for their Lightbridge. :lol:
    http://youtu.be/rL_MfkfYdH8
     
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    Thanks guys what do you yhink about the Sony's??
     
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    Sorry one last question how would i hookup the sony goggles i have a asus nexus 7 a asus tf700t with hdmi out and a samsung s5?? Sorry and thanks...and can you use the booster app with goggles??
     
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    It looks like the sony goggles have hdmi in, so I assume you connect them directly into that.
     
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    I have Cinemizer, IMO great stuff the dioptre adjustment is one of the many good things with them.

    If you or any one else is thinking of using them on a Nexus 7 v2 you need to read up on this thread:
    viewtopic.php?f=27&t=18865

    -Tomas
     
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    These are the best glasses for the price check ebay no. 281611533326 developed specifically for the vision plus vision and Inspire. Has slight delay also I dont think it is as bad as most other connection situations they all seem to have some delay these glasses are the biggest bang for the buck.
     
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    How do you get FatShark Dominator HD's to work with Android phone?

    -Scott