Ah I see lol...
Ah I see lol...
That camera looks sweet! If it has the hd quality of the gopro, live out without latency, and costs less than the gopro1 then I'm sold!
Two things about your goggles...
1. While black is a cool color for an expensive piece of electronics... It is a horrible color for something you wear on sunny days outside. They already get fairly warm and uncomfortable but in the sun it becomes unbearable very quickly, and I think the goggles overheat and could cause damage. I end up wearing a towel over my head if I can't find a shady spot. Please offer other colors. White would be an odvious one, maybe yellow, personally I think lime green would look SICK!
2. I think the rubber molded eye cups are a horrible idea. Again, sweaty and uncomfortable. Take a lesson from Trappy, TBS and all the other guys who hack their goggles into snowboarding goggles.
Other than that I love your goggles and look forward to exciting new products!
3. On the dominators I have to wear them very high on my face, to the point where the bottom of the eye cups are touching the soft lower part of my eye socket, makes it uncomfortable, otherwise the top of the screen is blocked. It would be nice if the vertical image position was adjustable.
Non-black in ski-goggles is a great idea.
Can't do any color besides black or silver (and silver never looks nice). Injecting the headset with a lighter colored material allows too much light to pass through. I've tried painting white onto a black injected shell but due to the complicated features around the lens opening, the white won't cover all corners and ends up looking cheap.
Nothing to prevent you guys from disassembling your headsets and spray painting the shells white. Personally if its that hot that the goggles are heating up I'll stand under a bridge or an umbrella.
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I was going to say just disassemble the shell and spray it any colour you want!
I live in Florida, and the heat is definitely an issue. So, we always fly under some type of cover. But, the general environmental heat does leed to fogging inside of the eye socket area. And, because the eye cups are rubber the skin underneath begins to get wet with perspiration thus adding to the rain-forest like humidity that persists inside of the eye socket area when the goggles are on for more than 20 minutes. I would love to transfer them into a ski-goggle mod, and I think FPV Manuals is working on one...thank god
Besides that, I love my Fatsharks and can't thank you enough for producing products for our specialized needs. I will continue to buy your products, and look forward to more
Last edited by realtvnow FPV; 17th May 2012 at 08:37 AM.
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So when are you going to release the new goggles and appx price?