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Which FPV googles?

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by d4ddyo, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. d4ddyo

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    I want to get a pair of diversity FPV Googles.

    I currently own a P2 with H2-3D gimbal, and AVL-58 transmitter.

    I want to be able to build a new extreme flying quad/tricopter and MAYBE use immersion transmitters. My goal with the new quad is no gimbal, use a gopro, and get maximum range fpv.

    Can anyone recommend a nice pair of FPV Googles that will work with DJI AVL-58 and at the SAME time work with immersion tx?
    Is that possible?
    If not possible, are there any good boscam tx that have an awesome range and light and what Goggles do you suggest?
     
  2. GhostMaster

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    I will recommend you to get the Skyzone Googles, they are great, diversity receiver and 32CH capable, will work both immersionrc/fatshark and boscam and others.

    The cheaper price i found with freeshipping is from banggood: http://j.mp/1nqsKMU
     
  3. d4ddyo

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    Banggood worries me. Shipping from china. I had a product that was defective and had a hard time with the return.
     
  4. ElGuano

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    Moved to FPV forum.
     
  5. onfourblades

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    Base Fatshark i think is best
     
  6. GhostMaster

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    Not better than the SkyZone googles for sure...
     
  7. jondrew

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    I've only used the Fatshark P2s and quite frankly am a bit disappointed. I get reasonable range with Spironet and Patch antennas, but the image is poor. I thought it was because I'm nearsighted and needed the diopter lens set. I got those the other day and they start at +2.0 which must be too much for me. The image is worse than no correction at all. I've also got a very narrow inter pupillary distance which might be making things worse.

    I like the goggle idea, but won't buy another set until I can test drive them.