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Skyzone FPV Diversity 32 channel Goggles coming into stock soon

 

Main points:

  • IPD Adjustable
  • Built in dual diversity receiver
  • Wide angle front view camera
  • Built in dual axis head tracking system
  • High resolution 854 x 480 WVGA 1230k pixels
  • High sensitivity 4 band 32 channel receiver
  • Wide voltage range of 7v-28v (2s-6s lipo battery)


These fantastic top of the line goggles are packed with usefull and essential features for first person view flying

5.8g 32 channel diversity receiver built in - attach a long range directional antenna and an omni antenna, the goggles will select the antenna with the best signal

Select between 4 bands, 8 channels on each band means these are compatible with Boscam, Foxtech, ImmersionRC and Fatshark frequencies so no need for new transmitters PLUS you could run as many as 10 of these systems side by side without stepping on eachothers frequencies

Buillt in customisable headtracker for Pan/Tilt, choose from 90 or 180 deg movement and also select which PPM channels to output the signals on (ch5-8), self centreing plus a centre button to manually centre

Built in front camera - A simple press of the camera button changes the view in the goggles from the receiver input to a tiny 640 x 480 camera in the front, you can then land or launch line of sight or maybe see that dog about to pee up your leg

All the adjustments you could want - IPD (inter pupilary distance) we don't all have the same eye to eye seperation - Contrast - Brightness - Volume



A/V input to supply the goggles with an alternative video feed to the built in receiver such as and input from a 1.2/1.3g receiver or from your TV/DVR/VCR etc

A/V output feeds the diversity receiver video/audio out to another device as well as the in goggles screens, so for example to a miniature DVR/Recording device

Earphone socket allows the use of earphones to hear the audio from the diversity receiver

All in a nice solid case for safe transport