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JJPro FG01 FPV Goggles

Original price R 1,699.00 - Original price R 1,699.00
Original price R 1,699.00
R 1,875.00
R 1,875.00 - R 1,875.00
Current price R 1,875.00

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Description:
Frequency: 5.8GHz
Screen: 5"
Resolution: 640X480 (WVGA)
Brightness: 300cd/m2(adjustable)
Contrast: adjustable
Saturation: adjustable
Sensitivity:-90dBm±1dBm
Antenna : SMA
Video format:  NSTC/PAL 
Audio:  adjustable 
Battery: 1S 2000mAH, USB charge
Power Supply: 4.2V- 8.4V
Working Voltage: 4.2V
Consumption: 300 mA
Charging VoltageDC 5V/ 1A;
Dimension: 169x169x109mm;
Weight: 480g
 
 
Features:
5.8GHz 40CH, automatic search and scan
 
 
Package Included:
1 x 40CH Goggles
1 x Antenna
1 x USB charge cable

Customer Reviews

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Hayward
Great Intro Goggles

Not having tried any super expensive FatShark type goggles, and only able to compare these to the Marvel Vision goggles I used briefly - I have to say these are pretty decent.

Pros:
- It comes with its a LiPo battery (who doesn't love toys that come with batteries included!)
- Fast frequency scanning (and can manually skip through channels too (Tip: it's the option after the radio icon - that looks like a clock timer).
- Bright display
- Nice "hold down to power off" feature, so you don't accidentally power it off.
- Fairly light (was expecting much heavier).
- Comfortable fit (see nose comment below) - but the plastic "T" piece at the back can do with a little initial bending

Cons:
- The battery cover is a mission to open, so be careful (I actually broke mine on the first go) - but nothing a piece of tape can't solve (yes this was mentioned in other reviews).
- The nose piece is a bit uncomfortable but 2 strips of thin "door sealer" self-adhesive foam sorted it out. Cheap from local hardware store
- The right-side white panel lets a little light through - but nothing distracting.
- No Manual (but if you can handle a remote control you've got this)

Giving it 5 stars, because for the price it's worth it.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
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H
Hayward
Great Intro Goggles

Not having tried any super expensive FatShark type goggles, and only able to compare these to the Marvel Vision goggles I used briefly - I have to say these are pretty decent.

Pros:
- It comes with its a LiPo battery (who doesn't love toys that come with batteries included!)
- Fast frequency scanning (and can manually skip through channels too (Tip: it's the option after the radio icon - that looks like a clock timer).
- Bright display
- Nice "hold down to power off" feature, so you don't accidentally power it off.
- Fairly light (was expecting much heavier).
- Comfortable fit (see nose comment below) - but the plastic "T" piece at the back can do with a little initial bending

Cons:
- The battery cover is a mission to open, so be careful (I actually broke mine on the first go) - but nothing a piece of tape can't solve (yes this was mentioned in other reviews).
- The nose piece is a bit uncomfortable but 2 strips of thin "door sealer" self-adhesive foam sorted it out. Cheap from local hardware store
- The right-side white panel lets a little light through - but nothing distracting.
- No Manual (but if you can handle a remote control you've got this)

Giving it 5 stars, because for the price it's worth it.