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Discussion in 'Mavic Discussion' started by dinglehead, Sep 28, 2016.

  1. dinglehead

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    I want them. Has there been any hint at price or release date yet?
     
  2. msinger

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    DJI hasn't revealed anything yet. In usual DJI fashion, I'm sure they will just magically appear in the DJI store sometime soon.
     
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    We don't even know if it's HDMI, correct?
     
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    99% chance of no HDMI. I'm guessing around $300? 720p display? DJI could still make money having an HDMI out on the goggles themselves, for external displays for spectators.
     
  5. dinglehead

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    I just read somewhere that the Goggles will have head tracking? Is this true?

    I'm miffed there aren't more details on this. They announced it with zero info. They sound so cool.
     
  6. TheLightSpeedz

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    Did you guys watch the presentation? Seriously.

    They said 1080p in both eyes---
    I believe they said head tracking----
    But they also said a Friedan could watch while using the goggles!


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    Yes, he did.

    No, he didn't. The only mention of tracking was during the hand-signal demonstration, unrelated to the Goggles.

    Yes..? Depending on what you're saying. To be more clear, he said up two Goggles could independently connect to a single Mavic, so a friend could simultaneously view the footage with Goggles whether you're using your own or simply viewing the FPV from your phone.