Given that the P4P has only been in our hands a few days maybe not surprising that no one has wanted to risk sending our expensive and long-awaited babies several miles out of sight. Give it some time for someone to get up the gutsSeems odd nobody has flown out a couple miles yet. Maybe it won't go that far.
This is a good question, but we haven't seen the goggles yet. They might have a P4P mode, or an HDMI port. We just don't know yet. What seems to be happening is my worst fear. A great camera in the P4P but poor range. I wonder if an inspire 2 controller would help, like it does with P4, using Inspire one controllerHow can a company split from the newer Occusync (especially when Occusync gives the ability for wireless goggles) to an older less reliable transmission signal is beyond me.
See, I'm telling you all that this P4P is compromised in the range dept. : (((( Why they chose to save money and move away from the Occusync is beyond me.....Dumb move for a smart company. PS, I got a mile out before a loss of signal. Flew the same route with my Mavic Pro and 5 solid bard where the P4P dropped out. Same identical route. usually, 5.8 doesn't have the range capacity as 2.4 does. 2.4 (think wifi in your home) has a greater range than 5.8ghz. 5.8 is only good for carrying more data thus a cleaner/ clearer video feed within 300M or so. The range is similar to my Phantom 3's range. And theres no F.W. fix for this.....How a company splits from the newer Occusync (especially when Occusync gives the ability for wireless goggles) to an older less reliable transmission signal is beyond me. Who makes these dumb decisions at DJI???
It's basically just a modification to lightbridge that allows frames to be dropped and or details to be lessened in order to keep a very high response rate, since one of the things the Mavic is supposed to do is FPV. FPV requires a much faster response rate, so basically it's mostly just marketing hype term about an image signal that is optimized for FPV. The mavic is the only thing that has ocusync since it's the only DJI drone at this point that has FPV as one of its intended uses.Can anyone give me any tech on what "Occusync" actually is???