|Dec 19, 2009, 10:04 AM|
Video Goggles ?
I'm sure it's been asked before but could you guys give me some recommendations for good FPV goggles? I already have TX/RX camera and stuff and I fly on 2.4 if that helps with your advice. What are you guys flying with? What is considered top of the line these days? Thanks for any help in advance.
|Dec 19, 2009, 04:48 PM|
Man... this question is asked every second day.
Keep searching, i spent 10 seconds to find those. There is much more.
|Dec 20, 2009, 07:19 AM|
United States, IA, Cedar Rapids
Joined Aug 2009
I have the headplay goggles and love the video quality. However, you have to wear a t-shirt over your head while flying to block out the light. If you don't have a super high quality camera or don't want to spend the money for the headplay goggles, check out the Fatshark goggles. They are specifically designed for FPV, are very portable, and yout don't need to wear a t-shirt over the head to block out the light.
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