Walkera Goggle 4

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    Yeah I remember you recommended those, and I'm still considering them also. How can I see if mine is a Band B TX or 40 channel..

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    I dont know until you tell me what model quad you are talking about.
     
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    Oops my bad I'm so used to the f210 thread. That's what I have, the F210. It should be Band B, if I remember.
     
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    Yes it is. If you upgrade to the 40Ch Vtx it will work fine with Fatshark.

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    I also spent lots of time choosing Goggles. Not cheap device and it was really difficult to choose a worthy one. I currently own two drones Voyager 4 and DJI Mavic Pro. The first is really cool but a little bit bulky for me. more often I use mavic because I travel a lot and this drone takes less space. For that reason, I needed goggles that can be compatible with a drone I use more often. I bought DJI Goggles from Buy DJI DJI Goggles in Dubai, UAE Of course, they are a little bit pricy but I don't regret about my purchase. They are really great: 1920×1080 HD screens and a head tracking feature. The touchpad is integrated into goggles. They are quite easy to navigate.
    In any case, goggles are really great, a cool device allowing to feel like a bird!
     
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    Yes they are good but no functions work on anything other than the Mavic Pro. The HDMI input allows you to view anything that has a HDMI output from the remote or ground station but that gets a bit tricky. I have 2 Mavic Pros and two sets of these goggles. So I can go racing with a friend. The 7klm range is outstanding.

    But they are DJI Occusync and will not work with normal 5.8Ghz VTXs.

    To get them to work you need to use a ground station device that has HDMI out. And this will not be a 5.8g 40 ch etc RX monitors. They have HDMI but most are only HDMI in. A dedicated ground station unit is required.

    Cheers Brian
     

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