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  1. WindWalkerFPV

    Eachine Goggles One - 5.8G 40CH 1080p HDMI FPV Goggles

    I'm in the market for a good first pair of FPV goggles. The Fat Shark Attitude V3's are at the top of my list and a bit over budget. Whats Flite Test's opinion on the new Eachine GogglesOne? FOV 78 degrees No IPD Range Necessary (One Screen) 1920 x 1080P Display No 3D Support 5.8G, 40...
  2. Andre

    Video Rig Upgrade

    Recently I added some hardware to my main video rig. While I'm still saving up to buy a proper video camera these small low cost additon allow me to continue to use my action cameras. When I was doing the Tundra project a few issues became clear. The first one was the lack of monitor. The tiny...
  3. brenagwynn

    FPV monitor mounted on the transmitter

    Hi everyone! I'm going to try flying FPV for the first time. For that I've got a Boscam monitor with the diversity receiver and a carbon fiber mount to attach the monitor to my TX. I've test fit it and it looks and feels pretty good, but there's one thing I'm afraid of. Won't the monitor body be...
  4. T

    [SOLVED] Using PC Monitor as FPV screen

    Edit: Option 2 "2(mildly easy) Use the same converter but rig a 3cell Lipo as the DC source instead of my car battery. " was used to solve this issue and is working well, Page 2 has the end result. I bought my FPV gear and I'm currently studying for my HAM test to operate everything legally...
  5. Crash_Expert

    Goggles VS Monitor for Aerial Photography

    Hey Guys! This is my first post here. Long time viewer but finally made an account. So when doing aerial photography, do you guys prefer to use goggles or use a video monitor? I have only been flying FPV via goggles at this point but I have several monitors laying around that I can use. Does...
  6. J

    FPV: How to use Nexus 7 as Ground Station Monitor

    Is I'm looking around for a cheap monitor to use for my ground station I am wondering if there is a way to use a Nexus 7 that I already have laying around the house. So far what I have is the simple FPV set recommended by the show from HK. Any Ideas?