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Posted by scousethief | Nov 11, 2019 @ 01:37 PM | 1,076 Views

As a long time single screen FPV'er I would be interested in seeing if the IPD/dioptres on these are any wider/better than the Fatsharks. The 1280x960 is of course very welcome but 1280x1024 would be nicer, especially for connecting to as PC and using the HDMI connection to create a VR headset for PC Gaming or for simple video playback.

Frequency: 5.8GHZ
Frequency range: 53335945 M Hz
Receiver Sensitivity: ≤-93DB
Antenna impedance: 50Ω
Audio and video: AV in/out
Video format: NTSC/PAL
Brightness: Adjustable
Contrast: Adjustable
Pupil Distance adjusting: 56-72mm
Focal length adjusting:Under 800 degree of myopia and Hyperopia 300 degrees
Eyeglass frames: astigmatism/ myopia/hyperopia(Diopter lens not include)
Power input: DC 7.4V-28V
Minimum voltage: 6.8V
Operating temperature:-10C ~ 40C

Package Included:
1 X EV300D goggles
1 X Zipper case
1 X 18650 battery case
1 X Sponge
2 X EVA pad
2 X Eyeglass frames
2 X Third party module cover
2 X FPV receiver
1 X Lens wiping cloth
1 X User Manual
Note: not included the battery and antenna

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Posted by scousethief | Nov 01, 2019 @ 09:34 AM | 3,477 Views

I'm assuming this is the decal scheme used. 'Hats off' to Capt Roscoe C Brown Jnr.

Roscoe C. Brown, Jr graduated from Tuskegee Flight School in March of 1944 and went on to command the 100th Fighter Suadron 332nd Fighter Group. On 24 March 1945 Brown became one of only 15 pilots to shoot down an Me262. A week later he added a Bf109 and destroyed a locomotive while on a fighter sweep near Munich both while flying "Bunnie/Miss Kentucky State".

The Eachine 450mm 'Miss Kentucky State' P51 Mustang is one of a collection of 4 micro brushed Warbirds ( P51, Spitfire, Grumman F8F, Mitsubishi Zero, there is also a Cub in the same and smaller sizes ) that are available under different brand names, the planes are full 4 channel control ( Aileron, Elevator, Rudder and Throttle via a geared Brushed motor ) and incorporate a Gyro for stabilised flight. These planes are a step up from the previous generation and should be suitable for anyone who has flown the previous models ( C-17 Transport , GD-006, Z51 Predator, XK A130 Y20, XK A150 Boeing 747 ). Being small, 4 channel and Warbirds they are of course more complex in their flight behaviour but the inclusion of the Gyro should tame things down to something very manageable and for those with experience, the Gyro can be disabled via the top Right switch giving you full control over the aircrafts control surfaces.

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