- Screen: OLED
- Resolution: 1280x960
- FOV (Diagonal): 46°
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3/16:9
- Focus: -6~+6 adjustable
- Interpapillary distance (IPD): 58-71mm
- Receiver: 5.8Ghz 48CH Steady View Receiver
- Language: 10 Languages
- Power Supply: DC 6.5-25.2V/USB 5V
- Power Consumption: 720mA at 12V
- DVR: H264, 30fps,MOV 6Mbps, SD Card support up to 128Gb
- Head Tracker: 3-axis Accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope
- Dimensions: 185*75*67mm
- Weight: 267g
- Receiver Module*1
- Faceplate*2(wide and narrow)
- Sponge with velcro*1
- Zipper case*1
- Power cable*1
- Headtracker cable*1
- 5.8GHz 2dB antennas*2
- Video/Audio Cable*1
- USB-C Cable*1
- User Manual*1
I'm only into FPV for a couple months and bought DJI goggles bigger quads. But for Tinyhawk Freestyle and indoor race these goggles are great. Also use the HDMI input on these to use with DJI mini 2 by using mirror cast on my cell phone, which has a lot of latency but DJI is sooo slow hardly matters and view is incredible with real 720p.
These goggles really live up to all the hype and reviews. Very happy with these. Great FOV, Great resolution, great adjustment range. The fit well and work well, menus are easy to navigate, and upgrading firmware is easy as well.
I love the flexibility of these goggles. The diopter adjustment is fantastic, as is the IPD setup. Went from the box to viewing FPV from my Meteor very quickly and easily.
They definitely are the best goggles I have owned
Displays are very nice, colorful, clear. I think they use the same displays as fatsharks. For the price you are getting goggles with a good receiver so they are ready to go. Only thing you need is better antennas.