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04 Jun 2020 17:27:04
Hello Six6siX
03 Jun 2020 13:28:30
ooo... hello all
02 Jun 2020 22:09:18
TBS Source One frame with 7" arms
02 Jun 2020 22:09:02
my guess was bang on the number - just out on the units!
02 Jun 2020 21:48:33
Just a bit out from your initial guess then  :laugh: What kind of frame do you fly with?
02 Jun 2020 18:52:22
shoutbox doesn't like ampersands for some reason
02 Jun 2020 18:51:54
and it was more like a 100m fall  :o
02 Jun 2020 18:50:36
lol - checked my logging
02 Jun 2020 11:52:29
@Liam - no, absolutely fine.  had another couple of flights with it afterwards -  :laugh:
01 Jun 2020 21:23:22
Ouch! Any breakages?
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Eachine VR D3 5.8G Goggles

Started by smartRC, Tuesday,February 12, 2019, 17:18:18

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I looked to see if anyone had mentioned Eachine's VR D3 goggles on the forum, but couldn't find anything. So, I decided to post this.

I like these goggles for a number of reasons.

More advanced than an entry-level set of goggles, the VR D3 comes with an in-built DVR, a 900 x 600 resolution screen, and weigh only 164.7g.

What I love about them is they allow the wearer to adjust the focus to suit. The front section of the goggles can be moved back and forth, to allow the best possible focus to be found.

As flying and crashing go hand-in-hand, DVRs can prove invaluable when trying to find just where an aircraft crashed, in order to retrieve it, or anything that might choose to go its own way during flight. As pilots improve their skills, the DVR then becomes a way to impress others and keep a record of just what they've achieved.

Definetly a set of goggles worth looking into!