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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.   

Spec.
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

Channels
2.4G :
2414,2432,2450,2468,2370,2390,2490,2510MHZ
5.8G : 5705,5865,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945MHZ

Included.
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. 



PRODUCT ID: PWG58-24


Weight: 580g
Quantity: 
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Price  $234.99

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Total of 38 discussions.
syd1946-2006  1 points - 1/26/2015
 
If your in the uk just go buy some from a uk store, I got shafted by customs for £*51 !!! not worth the risk, I wish I had just got some fat sharks now for a few quid more from the uk. not worth £*206 imo. good goggles tho if the price was right
karl fisher  1 points - 1/25/2015
 
So what transmitter in the 5.8GHz range is compatible?. Can you please give me a few examples around the 500-600mw. Also same with the receiver, what do you recommend thanks
 v_max 4320 points
Tx almost any of boscam and skyzone ones compatible. Immersion and fatshark NOT compatible. As I told... best for my taste 600mw is PRODUCT ID: 573000070-0, This ones also compatible with various mW. PRODUCT ID: 263000007, PRODUCT ID: 263000018-0, PRODUCT ID: 263000012 , PRODUCT ID: 544000001-0 , PRODUCT ID: 544000004-0 .... Receiver not needed... this goggles has build-in video rx.
karl fisher  1 points - 1/25/2015
 
Hi im newish to the world of FPV im looking at these boscam goggles what is a good recommened setup for these goggles?
 v_max 4320 points
All you need is 3s battery (or other 8-12v power) for goggles and video TX onboard.. For powering I just modded my with power out connector so I power goggles from RC system battery. I'd recomend VideoTX PRODUCT ID: 573000070-0 ... it's perfect. But you can use any other video TX which have band with ch1=5705MHz.. For 5.8GHz there are 4 bands of 8ch each used. (totally 32ch) This googles compatible with band E only.. So any 32ch video tx is OK as it includes E band.. but if you choose 8ch video tx be sure it have 5705MHz among it frequences. This is band E one first channel. And sure you need onboard camera.. The any one which fave PAL or NTSC video out. Optionaly you can add onboard : OSD and GIMBAL.. For using headtracker you need RC which can selectively mix channels from trainer port into transmitted signal.. Turnigy9X or 9xr do this fine
willemvergouwen  13 points - 1/20/2015
 
What battery to use with these goggles? 2s or 3s? And how much mAh?
 v_max 4320 points
I use it with 3S ... works OK... Despite description says requires 8-12v my one also work at 2s (slightly less then 8v) Do not measured current draw yet... I modded my 9x transmitter to power googles from TX battery (I use rhino 2650) ... work many times longer then my copters can fly with all spare batteries I have... so nothing to worry about.
Mark  1 points - 1/19/2015
 
Just received these today and they seem to be just the ticked. Only thing is the rubber eye cup / guard is a bit off over the noes. I think I'm going to cut a piece of the rubber away but wanted to know if its possible to order replacement rubber eye guards (in case I bugger it up!)?
 v_max 4320 points
Shades was sold separatly around a year ago (as upgrade for old shades)... But I can't find it amymore anywhere onlne..
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Overall Rating12/16/2014

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best fpv goggles ever head tracking with 3d gimbal is beautiful flawless working with frsky taranis.


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Overall Rating1/16/2015
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Hello All, I recently bought a set of these as a next step up from the Quanum DIY goggles, with a price that is very competitive and good online reviews I purchased a pair. Upon initial opening all looked good, smooth curved design and a nice silver finish which will be good at reflecting the sun compared to the black fatsharks which tend to get hot as they absorb more of the suns heat. First problem was the fit on my face, I though I had an average face with no odd shapes but these goggles really cut into my nose. I had to completely cut the rubber out around the nose area and replace it with foam from an old ski mask. Also the sides of the goggles let in light and I had to place some thin adhesive foam behind the rubber at the edges to make it move inwards and form around mu eyes. Secondly the strap supplied is far to thin, and with a battery attached to the side it slips down the back of my head constantly moving the goggles around my face, I again had to replace it with the much thicker strap from the set of ski goggles. Finally the good points, once I had sorted all of the above the I went for a fly with my ZMR250 mini quad using a Boscam 200mW TX and a 1/3 700TVL CCD camera. The picture is amazing, with no blurring around the edges just a crisp image as described. Its like being in the cinema, right in the centre row looking at the wide screen, its a very immersive fe


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Overall Rating1/26/2015
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Great picture quality, nice thing to have two receivers (2.4 ghz and 5.8 ghz) in one place. I have a OrangeRx Open LRS 433mhz tx module and i use it with the 2.4 ghz video for a little bit more range, and then when i use the 2.4ghz FrSky tx module on the radio, I just swap the antenna and change the receiver to 5.8ghz on the menu. Just as simple. The only problem is head tracking drifting but that's present in almost all goggles, so in case you're not happy with the head tracker, you can build one yourself from a usb nano and a 9 axis IMU. google for it :)


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