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  • 17/01/2019

    I recently fell and had a titanium plate and several pins put in my cheek, and can not wear my FPV goggles for some time. Saw these and thought I would give them a try so I could fly FPV without spending $700 + , . just received them, charged them up and installed them on my prescription glasses. Didn't work great as my glasses have a narrow frame. I installed it on the included glasses, worked great and was able to focus perfectly. The image is OK to fly slow FPV (for me), easy to tell orientation of quad. I can focus on screen and watch my quad at reasonable range by my preferral vision, or quickly switch back and forth. I really do love these. I purchased these, I did not receive them free.

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  • 15/06/2020

    The color saturation is a bit flat as is common. And the weight of the unit is enough that you need a balance on the side of the gasses opposite it. But is allows FPV while keeping the drone in line of sight as required by the FAA in the U.S. The battery seems to max out at about 88% capacity, which is not great considering it has 25 minutes at 100%. JJRC refuses to sell spare batteries. So I made my own, which was easy. I opened the battery, confirming it was a standard 7.4V 2S Lipo, It was nothing special, JJRC could have sold them for big profits. I reassembled the case and made a cast of it in silicone rubber, used urethane resin to cast copies, drilled holes for the wires from the battery and used pipes of copper, balls of solder, pr conductive epoxy for pads. Polarity is shown in pictures. Don't screw it up, it will probably fry everything. I used a ZOP Power 7.4V 400mAh 2S Lipo from Banggood to wire it up. 2.5x capacity and is the perfect weight for a counterbalance on the glasses.. It worked great as shown in the photos. You have to charge it with a balance charger, but you need one for drone batteries anyway.

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  • 26/02/2020

    It's just amazing! Lightweight and good quality! And it's cheap! I can't believe this unit alone can pick up images of VTX! Black-rimmed Date glasses in a carbon-toned case and the charging cable fits in this unit The unit is a bit cheap and well built The monitor itself is small, but it's reflected on the glass and projected pretty close to the eye, and it looks good because of its good resolution and illumination I am presbyopia but as well as binocular goggles It was written on a blog somewhere, but it can be attached to my glasses either in my shortsighted or farsighted, so that's all right The receiving antenna is like an inner type, and neither antenna nor antenna connector comes out It's clean But what is the reception sensitivity? It seems to be covered quite widely when you look at YouTube I haven't tested it myself yet, but I'm looking forward to it (^-^) The use of the goggles needs to be used, and honestly, the normal goggles are easy to use Recognizing different images one eye at a time is quite a high technique The visual side can't use both eyes, so the sense of perspective is weak The rest is short and there is no spare battery There's a lot of fever again There are some problems, though I would recommend this product considering image quality, price, size etc.(^-^) If you buy FPV goggles, it's a target first from monocular goggles (Ama-san goggles) From now on I feel like I can use this product I would like the next model to be an exposed antenna (^-^) Also, I would like to sell the spare battery (^-^)

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  • 19/05/2020

    The quality is good but the glasses are very light and that's why the device is crooked. As for the reception depends on the drone because I have one where the image and range is good, another loses it a few meters away.

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  • 19/03/2020

    Disassembly only. Remove three screws. Just mesh with upper and lower claws. The antenna has a structure in which the positive tip contacts the metal plate. Grounding of the receiving component outer skin. The display is visible outside the magnifying prism with reflector. But I abandon it because the nails of the parts are likely to break. I want you to increase the magnification of the monitor and sell only the monitor part that can input video.

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  • 15/09/2019

    使用してみました。画像も問題ありません。ただ、発熱があり、もう少しなんとかならないかと思いました。

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  • 13/02/2019

    Great tool, image clear, very light, good transport box easy to use

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  • 26/07/2020

    Goods arrived, good condition, but not tried yet

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  • 21/07/2020

    Really cool stuff. Slightly larger battery ( or power bank connection ) and range would be good.

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  • 01/10/2019

    une catastrophe, la branche chauffe et l'écran s'éteint au bout de 2 minutes !!!

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