VR009 Beginner's 5.8Ghz Racing Drone FPV Goggles Review

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Interested in entering the world of FPV racing drones? One thing that you’ll need is 5.8Ghz FPV goggles to view the in-flight video from the drone. This set of entry level goggles would be appropriate for new FPV fliers. Find them here http://bit.ly/Goggles-VR009

Pros
– Inexpensive entry level goggles suitable for beginner FPV fliers.
– Small and easily portable. Lightweight at 189 grams, including good face cushioning for comfort.
– Built-in 40 channel 5.8Ghz video receiver. Includes bands A, B, E, F, and Raceband. Also includes autoscan capability to quickly find and lock on to your drone’s video signal.
– 3.0 inch LCD screen with 480 x 300 pixel resolution. Also includes Fresnel lens to help magnify the image from the screen.
– Audio Video output/input jack for DVR recording, and playback of your recorded flight video (requires purchase of optional DVR to record video).
– Dual antennas for improved video reception.
– Built-in 3.7V 1200mah battery provides 2 1/2 hours goggles operation. Battery is charged with included micro USB cable.

Cons
– Distance of your eyes to the video screen is relatively short. This may make it difficult for some to focus on the screen (especially those of us with older eyes).
– Despite what some advertisements may infer, there is no tripod mount included with these goggles.

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