RC Reviews:Quanum V2 Pro DIY FPV Goggles (Hobbyking)




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Diego: Would you recommend this or the quanum cyclops v2?

Mrtnlys: Do prescription glasses fit comfortably inside?

Vladimir Vladimirovič Putin: are they better than the boscam g22 and eachine goggles two?

Danish Iman: How can i contact you

goreilla00001: I have noticed that when my V2's are in 4:3 mode the right handside of the image is cropped. Does this occur with the V2 pro? Do you know what the cause might be?

Nitro: Painless 360

Diy V2 pro or dominator HD stile Goggle wich would you prefer when using a ground station? and y?

olivia 482: dose the head strap come with it?

tony walker: Hi any help would be appreciated I just wanted to know if these goggles would work on the sky controller for the bebop drone?

Stephen Smith: I got mine yesterday!! These can't be beat for the price! And when HD VTX gets cheaper I can just upgrade the screen! Just remember, if you're gonna run the fatshark style batteries with the plug, get the adapter for your charger.

Nibble UK: Hi. Did the kit actually come with the mini AV jack adapter? I couldn't find one in my box 😢

Adrian Lau: good video! you explained a lot of things clealy especially the wire part.

gbmarsh64: Hi, love your channel, it has become my go-to rc info channel lately. This review has helped convince me to order a set of these, thanks!
I couldn't help but notice the Fitbit charge HR on your wrist, I use the same one, pretty neat little piece of kit!

FastEasyLifeTips: I dunno what the lens is needed for. Built my own and I don't feel I need it. Amazing value this tho. Nice vid thanks

Joe Anon: Don't forget a lipo alarm. It's a shame the video receiver doesn't have one built in, I wonder if it could be added via firmware update?

MTL Racing: looks like a great piece of kit

Joshua82PDX: The receiver having no RSSI out is really disappointing, I tried to tell HobbyKing that it was a mistake to leave out that functionality. I was really looking forward to having the ability to run 3 helicals and a skew planar, mounted on the ground station of course. I might still buy one to tinker around with anyways.

thetrolle: going from the eachine vr-007 goggles to the v2 pros with a diversity rx is like night and day. the screen on the v2s feel like its in 4K.

Radio Control Classifieds: We are watching.

Darren Reeves: Thank you for the video! Just went and ordered them through Hobbyking for only $37 USA West Store. I have the first ones that came out that look home made, lol. Also, was looking through all of your videos to see if you have a diy build for a head tracker. There wasn't one and I was hoping maybe you could make one using the arduino nano and a sensor board. I think there are many of us out there that will be using these Goggles with a Turnigy 9x radio since they are the most economical... Thank you for helping us simple minded ;)
Rating:
RC Reviews:Quanum V2 Pro DIY FPV Goggles (Hobbyking) 5 out of 5

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