The EV800D FPV Goggles are one of the latest goggles from Makerfire. Coming from the Popular Makerfire EV800D FPV Goggles the EV800D now have an inbuilt 5.8G 40 channel diversity receiver as well as built-in DVR meaning you can record your flights without needing an extra camera on your craft.
Makerfire EV800D FPV Goggles is made of ABS material like other VR headsets, it can be Suitable for all FPV application especially FPV racing drone. It has an High-definition lens, perfect for videos, movies, games, etc. it has 180*145*82mm Dimension size and Weight 362g (0.80 lb) without an antenna. it has 5 inches 800 * 480px HD high brightness LCD, inch screen can be used as a small monitor on radio controller or with a tripod. Built-in with super HD DVR record up to 720 * 576px resolution, and built-in 3.7V 2000mAh battery, each full charge offers 2 hours working time; Diversity RaceBand 40CH car search, high brightness 5 inch LCD specially tuned for FPV racing. Diversity function, Built-in super sensitive 5.8GHz 40ch receiver module, with RaceRand. Super-wide visible angle up to 82 degrees, Wide range re-charge voltage 11-20V, Accept 2S or 3S batteries as backup power source, to prolong the working time, with 3.5hr 2000mAh battery, RTF for any scale racing game.
A new addition to the EV800D’s is the 40 channel diversity receiver. Not only does this essentially give you better FPV signal, it also gives you the ability to use a directional long range antenna and an omnidirectional antenna as included with the kit. Usually, stock antennas included with cheap FPV gear should be put in the bin, both the patch and cloverleaf antenna included is actually half decent. When flying to about 500m line of sight with a 25mw VTX there was very little static. The integrated DVR makes it very easy to record your FPV video feed directly onto an SD card at 720×568. To start recording a video you just need to long press the Pic/Rec button and the video will start recording. You know it is recording by a recording icon on the top right of the screen. If you want to save a picture you just press the button quickly. Apart from being a generally decent FPV headset, the main selling point of the EV800D’s is the ability to easily switch between and FPV monitor and goggle. There is nothing fancy about how the goggles transform into a monitor, just slide the screen upwards and the lens attachment unclips, nice and simple.
The Makerfire EV800D is a very good pair of FPV goggles that really excels as a full-featured monitor which can be placed on a tripod or a table for easy viewing and recording DVR footage. As mentioned above, I think a pair of these “transformer”-style goggles is a must have for any pilot who goes out flying for long periods of time. This is a pretty good, and very reasonable alternative. Makerfire EV800D FPV Goggles available at TOMTOP in just $77.79 Use coupon code: HTY4MKE and 220 points to enjoy the price.