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bonmot

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DJI Goggles (the USD349 one, white) is out of stock for a while. So I decided to get a used one.

There is one available, which is sold with the Mavic Pro kit. But he is willing to sell the goggles separately.

My drone is Mavic 2 Zoom. According to my study it will work.

My question is: Are they different revisions for the while DJI Goggles? Or there has been only one version?

anything I need to be aware?

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There is only one model of the white goggles
 

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I have the white goggles and use it with my M2P. Only one version but there have been some firmware updates.

You should be aware that they only connect to the drone at 2.4Ghz, which can have the potential for interference in urban areas due the the number of WiFi signals. Another issue is the focus if you wear corrective lenses. I have custom made lens inserts to match my prescription, some people only need basic reader glasses or inserts.

The last issue is some people get dizzy wearing them and then get accustomed over time. Try to be sitting down the first time you use them.

They are a lot of fun if you enjoy seeing what the birds see.
 
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Thanks. I will like get dizzy then, because I get dizzy if playing first person shooting game too long. But this is mainly for my wife. She likes the "birds view".
 
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I'd be worried about the condition of the lenses and screens.I have heard of people taking thier goggles lenses exposed to the sun to direct sunlight after taking them off and it's distorted the screens. Urban myth maybe? but it sounds plausible
 

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I'd be worried about the condition of the lenses and screens.I have heard of people taking thier goggles lenses exposed to the sun to direct sunlight after taking them off and it's distorted the screens. Urban myth maybe? but it sounds plausible

Never heard of that, but I don't follow the goggles that much as I have Zeiss Cinemizers. All I can say is PayPal and caveat emptor.
 
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I'd be worried about the condition of the lenses and screens.I have heard of people taking thier goggles lenses exposed to the sun to direct sunlight after taking them off and it's distorted the screens. Urban myth maybe? but it sounds plausible
The sun shining through the lens could damage the LCD's
 

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I'd be worried about the condition of the lenses and screens.I have heard of people taking thier goggles lenses exposed to the sun to direct sunlight after taking them off and it's distorted the screens. Urban myth maybe? but it sounds plausible
Such a warning is given by manufacturer for Oculus VR headwear. I guess it could apply to this as well.
 
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