FPV Goggles FuriBee VR 01 - 40 CH + Raceband - DUO antenna - Nice & cheap ones!
Hello friends, today I open this thread to share with you my first experience with FPV Googles.
I have beem long flying drones but I have never tried FPV with glasses, especially for its high price.
Finally, it seems that they are getting cheaper , which makes it possible to enjoy FPV
For quite a little money. (My kit of glasses and camera, cost less than 50 € taking advantage of the offers and coupons
Of this store. * Not counting the batteries)
Well, here I present the last nice thing that has joined the family. They are the Glasses FuriBee model VR 01,
I think they are the most cheapest (or if not one of the most) we have right now in the market.
With two antennas to have in any situation the maximum possible coverage. With a 4.3 "screen and
quality finish, furibee has managed to bring a functional FPV glasses for all the public.
After a thorough inspection, I can say that things like connectors or buttons look good.Also the construction materials.
I leave here the video of Unboxing so that you can see better everything that the box brings and how it is presented.
1 x Pair of VR01 FPV Goggles
1 x Mushroom Antenna
1 x Planar Antenna
1 x AV Cable
1 x Power Cable
1 x English Manual
These FuriBee VR01 FPV Goggles have 40 easy-to-configure channels, including RaceBand, and a
Time of use that depends on the batteries that we decide to put in. The manufacturer recommends using 2S and 3S batteries.
The design of the glasses is very fun, with your DUAL ANTENNA, when you put them on , you will become a
Authentic "furBee" bumble bee aahah, but you have to give thanks to his extravagant look, since it is precisely
those dual antennas which makes these glasses stand out over the rest. With a lightweight design (less than 300g)
It is comfortable to wear them for long periods of time.
The FuriBee VR01 FPV Goggles has a sensitivity of -90dBi, a 14dBi planar antenna and a 4dBi Mushroom type.
As I said before, they mount a 4.3-inch screen in 16:9 format with a resolution
Of 480x272px and giving the option of being used in NTSC and PAL. The frequency used is 5.8GHz, sufficient
to not only enjoy the FPV glasses with any of our RC, but also (* thanks to its AV input) we can connect other video sources, such
as movie players, consoles or the like. Soo cool!
This FuriBee VR01 FPV Goggles uses 2S 520mAh or 3S 2200mAh batteries. * The battery is not included in the package.
With the batteries 2S 520mAh can reach a time of use of about 3 hours and with a battery 3S 2200mAh
More than 15h .. More than enough time for any type of flight or activity.
Well, since they are my first FPV glasses, it is not that I can buy them physically with others, but i have see many videos and search the
internet, I found a very good option to have a first contact with this technology (at a reasonable price).
Also very easy to configure everything, never before had done and was really simple.
So very happy with my Furibee. I hope to have a good time with them.
Here I leave a video of how I have paired these glasses to the AIO CAM for the first time.
Links with technical information, purchase and Related:
Furibee VR 01 link: http://bit.ly/2hsNozP
Battery for Furibee VR01: http://bit.ly/2gvOeJT
AIO FPV camera link: http://bit.ly/2hzM94X
Battery for AIO camera link: http://bit.ly/2gVheMc
Ideas and improvements in 3D: http://bit.ly/SongoLand
If someone has some curiosity about these gagas and I can help solve it, leave a message and if it will make it enchanted.