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    DJI Goggles for a drone

    Hi people

    My mates over at PC-Max.de have just reviewed a set of full HD goggles that link to a drone!

    If you don't sprechunzie Deutch, which very clearly I do not, you will need to use a browser translator (Chrome does it well)

    It seems odd... seeing through the eyes of the drone... but v v cool :-)

    http://www.pc-max.de/artikel/sonstig...ic-pro-im-test



    Just so you all know, we're not funded by or connected to the drone/goggle manufacturer. But PC-Max.de are sister publication to HEXUS.net.

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    Re: DJI Goggles for a drone

    There haven't been many Hexus forum competitions lately...

    I've been looking at the DJI drones recently, think there'll be one on my xmas list

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    Re: DJI Goggles for a drone

    Wait till version 15 as by then it may work as intended if DJI are behind it. Either that or they will never develop it despite customer complaints, which they'll ignore, and just release another bug infested version and drop support for this one like a hot potato................ In case you hadn't guessed I'm not DJI's biggest fan through painful experience.

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    Re: DJI Goggles for a drone

    Karim at PC_Max.de really liked them and was very complimentary, and he's a legit dude. If it's rubbish he'd say so.

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    Re: DJI Goggles for a drone

    I'm sure it is Zak, my beef with DJI is that the idea is usually very good but fixing things that appear after release is usually very poor and considering the the very high cost of most of there kit that's not acceptable. i.e. Naza Lite flight controller, never has had an update to fix a myriad of issues. DJI S800 drone flip of death issue, dji appear to have left a very sour taste many customers mouths with their response to that issue from reading around the web. WooKong Flight controller had many firmware issues & fly aways due to buggy software and there's been no update since 2014 (my personal experience), dji Spark many reviews say it's work in progress. I could go on but life's too short. The only product that I really like from DJI is the Naza V2 flight Controller, that seems to still be getting decent support.

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