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    Cinemizer OLED available for USA Pre-Order with free fpvmanuals ski goggle mod

    Happy to announce that GetFPV is now an authorized Zeiss retailer. To celebrate this event, I am offering the Cinemizer OLED goggles for pre-order with a free fpvmanuals ski goggle mod kit -- a $40 value. The goggles will ship around the end of October and we retail them for the standard MSRP of $749.00. I believe this is the best FPV deal for Cinemizer OLED goggles anywhere in the world. If you thought about getting one of these sets, this is the time to pull the trigger.

    I've been using these goggles exclusively for over a year now and every FPV pilot I showed them to was impressed by the quality and clarity of the image. Even though the image we display is still an analog, standard def picture, the OLED displays provide great, vivid colors and tightly packed pixles that are impossible to see. I can go on why I think these are at the top of pack of FPV goggles, but I'd like to hear from you what you think about this set -- especially the ones of you who have tried them or even own them.

    Pre-Order them here:
    http://www.getfpv.com/zeiss-cinemize...o-goggles.html

    The general Cinemizer OLED thread and the build log of the ski goggle mod kit is here:
    http://fpvlab.com/forums/showthread....highlight=oled



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    I love the Storm Trooper look...

    Nowhere have I found these critical elements addressed:
    Lag?
    Blue Screen?
    Durability?
    How hard is the mod?
    RF interference in the 2.4ghz or 1.2ghz range? These are often sitting near the receiver in a ground station.
    About to maiden my Fascination...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloomingtonFPV View Post
    I love the Storm Trooper look...

    Nowhere have I found these critical elements addressed:
    Lag?
    Blue Screen?
    Durability?
    How hard is the mod?
    RF interference in the 2.4ghz or 1.2ghz range? These are often sitting near the receiver in a ground station.
    There is a dedicated thread for the goggles and the mod here:
    http://fpvlab.com/forums/showthread....highlight=oled

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    I just place the order. (I am tired of waiting for Fatshark to release their SVGA glasses.) Besides, these look super cool, and the build quality seems to be the best the market has to offer for FPV. Good luck on the move Tim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BacklashRC View Post
    I just place the order. (I am tired of waiting for Fatshark to release their SVGA glasses.) Besides, these look super cool, and the build quality seems to be the best the market has to offer for FPV. Good luck on the move Tim!
    Thanks for your order. I know the price is a tough nut to swallow, but I think you'll be really happy with your Cinemizer OLEDs. I will turn this thread into an 'owners' thread.

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