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Boscam GS920 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Rx w/ HeadTrack FPV Goggles

Boscam GS920 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Rx w/ HeadTrack FPV Goggles
Boscam GS920 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Rx w/ HeadTrack FPV Goggles

With the increased popularity of 2.4ghz video and 433mhz UHF radio setups the GS920 goggles have been re-released at new low price! Offering the best of both frequencies with built in receivers and taking advantage of advances in 2.4ghz while staying compatible with your 5.8ghz setups has never been so affordable!

These 640x480 resolution 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Receiver 8ch video goggles come with a true full colour micro LCD panel and a silicon rubber shield for blocking sunlight, giving the user a rich 80 inch virtual screen display perfect for high-end FPV flight. 

A compact and light-weight design, Adjustable volume, Brightness and Contrast plus they can be powered by the Tx and include full anti-drift head-tracking via your transmitter!

Powered by your TX or an 8~13V input these goggles are equipped with the dual Audio/Video receiver module, just use the appropriate antenna provided with the kit and set the frequency from 2.4 to 5.8Ghz in the OSD (On Screen Display) menu and you will be ready to receive the video from your FPV transmitter. 

These goggles are perfect for a screen overlay Data Expander (like eagletree) due to its large 640x480 size high resolution screen.   

Display resolution: VGA 640x480 RGB, 922k pixels
Field of view: 32 degree
Virtual image size: 80 inches
Frequency: 2.4GHz / 5.8GHz (selectable)
Audio & Video:  input/output
Input voltage: 8~13V
Antenna connection: RP-SMA

2.4G :
5.8G : 5705,5865,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945MHZ

1 x 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz True Color Video Goggles
1 x Data cable (External Power & Headtracking)
1 x Power Cable for Lipo battery
1 x Antenna for 2.4GHz
1 x Antenna for 5.8GHz  


** Many fake, poor quality & untested FPV products are currently entering the market. Don’t get caught out with poor quality substitutes, Boscam FPV equipment is tried and true and has been tested and developed by FPV pilots for FPV pilots. 


Weight: 580g
International Warehouse
Price $234.99

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Total of 8 discussions.
Harald  27 points - 10/30/2014
Are those googles legal in Europe?
Fredylg  55 points - 10/29/2014
How many mW's on this tramiter ?? anyone know the aprox range?
 Trauma50 16 points
This does not come with a Tx, it's a Rx. So range depends on the Tx you buy to go with it.
 BrianB192 1513 points
yes range.. With this its Not going to realy help Much tho Having duel recievers , it goes towards the best In range, We fit this reciever with patch areal 1 side dipol /muchroom/clover areal On the Other side. on shirt one Long range areal. Is it will increase your range.. if used right, I pursonaly use Immersion frequancy and recievers As the duo is the bigger box reciever seams more powerfull. combined with a good transmiter of 600- to 1000 mw transmitter to combine with this duo reciever ,, let us Know where your at with your FPV we can help you . good luck Mate..
 BrianB192 1513 points
i meant I use a seperate reciever , tho 2.4 is commom now to be great combo with your setup. If you use UHF is great for 2.4 vodeo. thats all i want it for ..and its reciever
lupoalberto  9 points - 10/28/2014
Hello everyone, I would buy boscam FPV google, but I can not find written anywhere if a person does not see well up close if there are any lenses to correct vision.
 kanga 1082 points
The only lenses available for any brand goggles are for people that can not see distance . The great thing about these goggles is most people can wear their own glasses in side the shroud.
 BrianB192 1513 points
yes or can you try to change the focus On your camera Will that change your view. if its not as you wish sure use your vocal inside. as old mate Kanga is saying, is right,
andrew  24 points - 10/28/2014
'Kanga' I've never been able to get used to lenses for my Teleporter V3 (awful image anyway, low quality) as I wear glasses for both long & short sighted issues. Am curious as to being able to wear glasses whilst using these goggles, they must be huge! I now use a 9" screen & is far better.
 kanga 1082 points
Most Eye Glasses are fairly small now , If you have really large old style large glasses they wont fit but most of the smaller modern eye glasses will fit inside np . There are a couple of people I know that have them . One guy I know has tried diopters in different goggles and none suit him at all , yet he was over the moon when he got a set of these and they fitted right on over his specs . A total stranger that was wearing specs approached and had a look thhrough the Boscams and he was given an" FPV ride " No adjusting lenses or IPD needed .
andrew  24 points - 10/28/2014
"auto xx" I think you'll find that "jimmy' wasn't asking what IPD meant (mainly 'cause he asked is it adjustable?) it was more what is the set distance as it appears the IPD is not adjustable on this set.
 kanga 1082 points
Because of the quality of the Optics and the distance of the screen from the eys ..IPD is not needed on these goggles . I have been using these for a number of years , if you wear glasses you can leave them on and wear these goggles. Diopters are available , the fat shark or skyzone diopters will fit right on in . Diopters are not suitable for a lot of people though , so wearing their glasses is the only option these people have .
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