The Cinemizer OLED Glasses is a well known high end multimedia platform from Zeiss. It’s capable of displaying 1080p video and in this review we are going to see if it’s any good for FPV.
It’s very unfortunate that FuriousFPV has discovered a hardware design flaw in their popular True-D V3 module. If you’ve already bought this receiver module, you can follow this tutorial to fix it. Furious has promised to fix this in any future module they sell.
FuriousFPV regularly releases new firmware for the True-D diversity module, which is deigned for the Fatshark Dominator FPV Goggles. In this post we will explain about how to flash new firmware and update the logo.
Today we are reviewing the FuriBee VR01 FPV Goggles. Before the details, I’ll give you my bottom line: I love these goggles!
George Chatzisavvidis is very kind to share with us how he enabled OSD menu for the Fatshark Diversity module and goggles button support, by adding a minimOSD.
In this article we are comparing the Fatshark Dominator V3 with HD3 goggles in terms of spec and user experience.
DM Motel, an Italian based firm, have created new diversity module for Fatshark Dominator FPV Goggles. The configurable nature of the module really appeals to me. I have been lucky enough to have got one for testing. There are a few changes on the way including a cleaner power regulator that will make the unit even better.
Diversity receiver has been used often in ground stations for FPV, and it’s finally widely available in FPV goggles headsets as well. Today we are testing the Furious True-D Diversity receiver module and compare with the NexWave.
After the release of the very popular and affordable Quanum V1 and V2 FPV goggles, Hobbyking made some improvements and released a V2 Pro version – including adjustable 3 position head straps and neoprene support glove with more storage pockets.
Mischa showed us how he upgraded his Attitude V2 Goggles with a Diversity video receiver module, that is designed for the Fatshark Dominator V2/V3/HD. He also added a faceplate on this pair of goggles.
Many people started out flying FPV with a small LCD screen eventually moved to goggles mainly because it’s more immersive, and unaffected from bright sunlight. But for those who wear glasses might have trouble using FPV Goggles.