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gcopter1

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I'm looking to find out from actual users, wether the image displayed in these goggles, when using the HDMI input, is rounded, as describes / seen on YT videos?

I plan to use these googles connected to the RC controller of the DJI Air3, via a USB-C to HDMI adapter and am wondering just how inmersive the image is.

Would I be able to see the image from the RC duplicated on the goggles or, would there be format issue, as in , as have been described by users flying analog FPV systems, as looking thru a barrel inside of a square?
 
You will see exactly what you see on the screen
NOW if you are not used to using goggles then it will take you a little time to get yourself accustomed to them. I am not quite sure what you specifically asking, but the first time you use goggles you will most likely not like it much. It takes time. Once you have flown for a bit you will become used to the goggles and they will look clear and more natual . Analog and digital are two different animals and analog takes most people (me) longer to get used to due to the static you wont have that problem with digital.
 
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