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2020 Latest Version! Fat Shark Dominator HDO2 FPV Goggles FSV1123 Fatshark Headset with 1280x960 OLED Video Glass FANCYWING

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  • The HDO2 uses big 1280 x 960 OLED panels to provide a dramatically improved image with a 46-degree field of view.
  • The HDO2 can be further personalized with adjustable focus, adjustable IPD, adjustable face plate curvature, selectable image ratio, and a configurable power button.
  • Display customization is now possible using a new OSD with expanded controls
  • The HDO2 is the perfect headset for an experienced pilot looking for the best flight experience.
  • This is the latest fatshark HDO2, we suggest you buy an extra battery case for spare use (ASIN: B06XHZHS2B)

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The Dominator HDO2 headset launches as the successor to the much-loved Dominator HDO. The HDO2 uses big 1280 x 960 OLED panels to provide a dramatically improved image with a 46-degree field of view. Display customization is now possible using a new OSD with expanded controls. The HDO2 can be further personalized with adjustable focus, adjustable IPD, adjustable face plate curvature, selectable image ratio, and a configurable power button. The HDO2 is the perfect headset for an experienced pilot looking for the best flight experience.

Optics:
FOV (field of view): 46 degrees diagonal
IPD (interpupillary distance): 54 to 74 mm (adjustable)
Focus: +2 to -6 diopters (adjustable)

Display:
Two Sony 0.5” OLED displays
Resolution 1280 X 960
NTCS/PAL auto selecting
AV Mode 4:3
AV Mode 16:9
HDMI Mode 16:9

Audio:
Stereo

User Controls:
Channel Selection
Volume Control
Mode Selection
Display Control (Brightness and Contrast)
DVR Control
Power Button / Fan Control

Electrical:
Power Supply:
7 – 13V input voltage (2S – 3S Supply)
Power Consumption: 320mA @ 7.5V input power (no RX module)
770mA @ 7.5V input power (Rapid
Analog DVR: MicroSD support to 32 GB
Record Rate: 6Mbps (MJPG compression, 30 fps, AVI)
File playback (native recording, no codec support)
Upgradeable via SD card

Interface:
3.5mm AV in/out port
Power input port
3.5mm 3p earphone port
MicroSD
RF Module Bay
HT connector 3 pin internal connection
Power Button

Mechanical:
Ergonomic molded headset w/ adjustable headband
Dimensions: 169.2 x 80 x 45.5mm
Weight: 206.8g

Package Includes:
1 x Fat Shark Dominator HDO2 FPV Goggles
1 x Carrying Case
1 x 7.4V 18650 Battery Case
1 x Lens Cleaning Cloth


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Anthony B
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Goggles Finally!
Reviewed in the United States on 20 August 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars not what I paid for
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