Cheddarman don't let that spook you away from goggles . I fly the Mavic Pro , Mavic Air 2 and the Phantom 4 Pro with gogglesThanks for that very informative reply pdqdl. I think I'll give them a miss even at that price. I easily get motion sickness so this would probably be the case.
I bought a set from Ebay when there was only the white and the black racing version (not the new ones with 4 antenna sticking out of the face . I fully understand the budget problem I am retired and disabled and don't get much either . So I got onlineCheers Boxman, very encouraging and tempting.
I'll look into it. I believe I'll need an HDMI adapter for my P3A to power the goggles. As an 83yo UK pensioner I sure don't have a lot of spare so things will have to be CHEAP
YIKES! Just seen the prices on the DJI Goggles, WAY out of my budget, more than two weeks pension!!
Oops sorry didn't see that was the bid . The reason DJI cost so much is because , it works .I bought a set from Ebay when there was only the white and the black racing version (not the new ones with 4 antenna sticking out of the face . I fully understand the budget problem I am retired and disabled and don't get much either . So I got online
(Ebay) and found this post maybe it will help . You don't have to power the goggles they have a built in rechargeable battery
but you do need a HDMI output on your radio controller . Mine on P4P is mini to micro on the goggles . Unless they have been
dropped really hard or something like that there is not much to go wrong with them so the set in this post should be in good shape . You might also post your max budget and someone on PhantomPilots may have a old set from when they upgraded . Good luck finding any any cheaper than this though .
<p>DJI Goggles FPV - Like New. </p><br /><p>Used 5-10 times. Works perfectly. Recent firmware update. Auction includes goggles, DJI charging brick, and DJI HDMI cable. </p>www.ebay.com