Walkera Goggle 4

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    I have just purchased a Goggle 4 It has not shipped yet. I will advise what I think when it turns up.

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    OK my Goggle 4 has shown up. Looks like reception is about the same as on my F12E.

    I really like them.

    Ergonomically they are great. They are extremely comfortable to wear much better than the binocular goggles.

    The integrated battery into the rear head support works really well.

    The screen is clear and of reasonably quality.

    Hard to see if you are short sighted though.

    The only thing disconcerting is the screen slopes away from you at the bottom. Not sure why they implemented the slope other than to get a slightly larger screen into the same depth of goggle.

    I would have preferred that the battery be removable and replaceable.
     
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    Hey BJR.. Do you still have these and how have they held up. Im really liking what ive read on them and they seem to have good reviews.
    Do you know if the new ones their selling now have the built in DVR. or any other new features. I read some were that there were 2 versions of the goggle 4 but on there site it only shows 1. I would assume there have been some updates to them since your purchase. Any info would be great thx...
     
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    The only update is I should have said long sighted rather than short sighted. If you need reading glasses these are not for you.

    I have no info on model updates and availability.

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    Ahh ok.. But they do have and adjustable lenses to focus a bit right? I would imagine like the most of the FPV goggles.
     
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    No they don't. Thats the problem. The binocular glasses have correction lens for near sighted.

    The mono screens require you to focus with both eyes on the actually panel.
     
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    Ahhh got it. That's a bummer my far sitted just went south on me the last year so they prob wouldn't be good for me. There the best looking beer cooler goggles to.

    What about the Fatshart teleporter seems to be a price point goggle I know horizon has there branded version the Fatshart v4 teleporter.

    Do you recommend something else comparable or even better that's not to hideous looking that won't break the bank either. I don't mind spending $200-$250 but not $400
    I guess function before fashion Would be the truth in this case, Hmmmm...
     
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    Yes I am far sighted as well and the screen is blurry.

    I use the SkyZone Goggles and they are fantastic but over your budget. I cant recommend anything else as I only use the Goggle 4 and the Skyzones.

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    Ok Bjr. You and others have me thinking now.. I'm open to the sky zone goggles now because they seem to work really good with the Walkera drones from what you and others are saying. I don't want to buy goggles twice either and if I have to spend the extra I will. Which version of the sky zones do you recommend that are an affordable price now that I'm speaking of higher level goggles. I was also interested in the Fatshark Attitude v3. Though it sounds like the sky zones are more compatible. Lemme now your thoughts. Thanks...
     

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