Are you running the FatSharks off an Nvidia Shield? If so what version of FatShark?Having FatSharks already, the DJI goggles don't have the novelty for me. Plus, as already mentioned by others, I like to keep visual of my mavic, using the live video feed mostly for framing my footage. The Mavic is definitely nimble, but for the FPV experience I'll pull out the racers.
I ordered the googles because they block any glare and easier on the eyes.Now that prices have been announced and it appearing likely that the CrystalSky monitor may be compatible with the Mavic Pro (whether it needs a separate mount to fit is still up in the air), which would you rather have?
Some will opt for both as they have different functions, but if you have a budget for one or the other, tell us your preference.
CrystalSky doesn't have a VR function. You'll have one hell of time see the feed. Not to mention, those suckers are bright. You'll burn your retinas.
What are you talking about? I wear glasses and I see just fine. No issues with the Goggles.
I have a sneaking suspicion that the confusion about CrystalSky compatibility with Mavic pro lies in this fact: from a software point of view, it is probably compatible, but DJI haven't found a hardware mount to the Mavic Pro's controller yet, hence the ambiguity.
For me, as I am doubting between the CrystalSky and an iPad mini, the problems are the same: I love the ergonomics of the Mavic's controller when I use it with a phone, rather than spread widely like with a tablet. So in either case (iPad mini or CrystalSky), I think I would create a plate with the dimensions of my phone (Nexus 5x), and have the iPad or the Crystal Sky mounted parallel to that plate, just a couple of cm above the plate so it doesn't interfere with my hands on the joysticks.